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    This page was last updated Wednesday 21 February.

    Kia tu katoa rā, te Mauri Ora, me te Ohaoha, me te Hononga, me te Taiao o Ngāti Rārua, a te tau 2040.
    By 2040, a viable Ngāti Rārua culture, economy, society and environment.

    Administrator | Te Hauora o Ngāti Rārua

    Our Administrator is the welcoming face at reception and voice at the end of the phone. However, the role is much more and as the administrator, you play a crucial role in ensuring the efficient and effective administration support of Hauora operations across the services, facility, and financial functions.


    Whānau Ora Navigator full-time | Te Hauora o Ngāti Rārua

    Full time role

    Our passionate Whānau Ora Navigators empower Whānau to navigate a pathway toward their moemoea [vision/aspirations] by offering wrap around care in a safe, confidential environment.

    Our Whānau Ora Navigator has moved on to new mahi within our group so we are on the search for the next superstar to coordinate and/or facilitate activities, services, and opportunities to support the aspirations of whānau, enabling whānau to be more self-managing and responsible for their economic, cultural and social development, and well-being.


    Whānau Ora Navigator part-time | Te Hauora o Ngāti Rārua

    Part-time role

    Our passionate Whānau Ora Navigators empower Whānau to navigate a pathway toward their moemoea [vision/aspirations] by offering wrap around care in a safe, confidential environment.


    Rongoa Practitioner - Te Hauora o Ngāti Rārua

    Part-time role - 32 hours per fortnight

    “Rongoā Māori is a taonga (gift). It is something that is highly valued, to be treasured, treated with the utmost care and respect” - Pa Ropata

    Rongoā Māori provides traditional Māori therapy and holistic healing services. 

    To be successful in this role you will provide traditional Māori therapy to the whānau of Te Hauora o Ngāti Rārua (THoNR). We are a people-first service that embodies the values of whakawhanaungatanga. Building and nurturing relationships are at the centre of everything we do.


    Kaumātua navigator - Te Hauora o Ngāti Rārua

    Full-time role

    The aim of this role is to identify the signs of Elder Mistreatment and to then work alongside identified Kaumātua and their whānau to ensure their quality of life and wellbeing is exceptional. 

    You will work with out wider team to conduct assessments and goal plans while liaising with external groups and organisations to deliver solutions-based initiatives and interventions.

    If you have a genuine desire to awhi, support and keep Kaumātua free from harm, then this role might be perfect for you.


    Tū Pono Connector

    Full-time fixed-term role

    Te Hauora o Ngāti Rārua aim to enhance the quality of life and wellbeing for whānau and is a Tū Pono agency. Tū Pono agencies provide critical activities that support whānau to be self-determining in ways that align to the Whānau ora Pou.

    The Tū Pono Connector will support whānau affected by family and sexual harm to be able to access support services.

    Crucial to the role is the need for the Tū Pono Connector to build and establish sustainable relationships and partnerships with local and regional community stakeholders to drive change.

    If the kaupapa of this service connects with your manawa, you have a genuine desire to awhi and support this mahi, then you may want to consider applying for one of these roles.

    We are seeking a 1.0 FTE Fixed-term Tū Pono Connector to 30 June 2024 to deliver a range of planned activities and supports set out with the Coordinator to enable whānau to access specialist family harm support and Te Ao Māori solutions to address family violence and sexual harm.


    Events co-ordinator - Te Kaunihera o Wakatū

    • $70 - $77,500K per annum + Rā Oranga wellness days
    • Fixed term role until June 2026 
    • Are you passionate about the kaupapa of Kapa Haka?
    • Keen to support the success of the upcoming events in Te Tauihu?

    Reporting to the Kaihautū, Manager Māori Partnerships, you’ll support Te Tauihu o te Waka a Maui Māori Cultural Council to ensure the upcoming Kapa Haka events at a national level are a success.


    Representation roles

    There are no representation roles currently advertised.


    Scholarships and Internships


    Marlborough Lines Tertiary Scholarship for Māori

    Nau mai, e te whānau! Tonoa mai tēnei karahipi mā te Māori!

    Applications are now open for the Marlborough Lines Tertiary Scholarship for Māori. Please feel free to circulate this information and the accompanying application form to suitable tauira (students). Please note this scholarship is open to both school leavers and adult learners.

    The application form can be completed electronically and submitted by email to info@mll.co.nz (subject line ‘Tertiary Scholarship for Māori’) or printed and posted/delivered to:

    Tertiary Scholarship for Māori C/- Marlborough Lines
    1 Alfred Street
    PO Box 144
    BLENHEIM 7201

    Download scholarship information

    Download the application form

    This form can be filled out electronically

    This form can be printed and posted


    Other Te Tauihu opportunities


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    Training

    Courses at Te Pūkenga | NMIT

    Find out about Te Pūkenga | NMIT courses on their website.


    Michelle Lavender

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    Opportunities - jobs, training, scholarships, representation