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Welcome to Waikaremoana Tribal
Waikaremoana Tribal

The permanency of Te Mana Motuhake o Tūhoe is the business of our Tribal and is supported by the principles of ihi, ranatiratana, nākau iti, and matemateāone.

Te Taraipara o Waikaremoana is endorsed to represent the marae and hapū of Waikaremoana and the whānau that whakapapa to them. The current marae membership includes Waimako Marae, Te Kūhā Tārewa Marae, Te Pūtere Marae, and Te Whānau a Eria from Nātapa.


Vacancies

 

WAIKAREMOANA whānau support [fixed term, PART TIME]

This is an opportunity for someone who has broad insight of the social and wellbeing needs of Waikaremoana whānau. You will be passionate about making a difference in the community and the lives of whānau, including tamariki and taiohi. You naturally focus on solutions rather than problems to encourage whānau to move forward independently. This is a two year fixed term, three full days per week, based at Te Kura Whenua, the Waikaremoana Tribal Office in Te Urewera.

Please send your cover letter, CV and application for employment to tari@wta.iwi.nz by 4pm Friday 21 June 2019.

Position description here

Application for employment here

WAIKAREMOANA RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS ADVISOR [PART TIME]

We are looking for a junior researcher who has an eye for detail, the ability to gather and transfer information for our audience and can get on well with a range of people. You will also be a creative storyteller, know your way around communications plan and enjoy variety. This is a part-time role, working four full days per week for an experienced person, based at Te Kura Whenua, the Waikaremoana Tribal Office in Te Urewera.

Please send your cover letter, CV and application for employment to tari@wta.iwi.nz by 4pm Friday 21 June 2019.

Position description here

Application for employment here

WAIKAREMOANA COMMUNITY ACTIVATOR [PART TIME]

This is an opportunity for a motivated person who will bring innovative ideas to the team while being respectful of Tūhoe values and principles. The role needs someone who is passionate about connecting whānau to the Waikaremoana Tribal journey, is confident in their communication, planning and implementation skills and has strong community engagement experience. You naturally focus on solutions rather than problems. This is a part-time role, working four full days per week, based at Te Kura Whenua, the Waikaremoana Tribal office in Te Urewera.

Please send your cover letter, CV and application for employment to tari@wta.iwi.nz by 4pm Friday 21 June 2019.

Position description here

Application for employment here


Our History

In 2007, Tūhoe te Mana Motuhake mai Waikaremoana, or the Waikaremoana Tribal Authority, was established to formally advance Tūhoe kaupapa. The Waikaremoana base strengthens our connections with other Tūhoe Tribals including our collective promotion of Te Urewera.

Now located in our new build Te Kura Whenua, the Tribal represents a Tūhoe presence at Lake Waikaremoana. The Tribal boundary extends south to the Waiau River to the community of Te Pūtere, west to the Huiarau ranges and north to Ruakituri.

The Waikaremoana Tribal Team

  • Lorna Taylor - Chair
  • Pare Hill - Vice Chair
  • Waikare Kruger - Tribal General Manager
  • Pearl Hiraka - Administrator 

You can contact the Tribal from Monday to Friday, between 8.30am and 4.30pm by:

Email us: tari@wta.iwi.nz

Phone us: (06) 8373 987

Physical Address:  6249 Lake Road, SH 38, Te Urewera

Postal Address: 6249 Lake Road, SH 38, RD 5, Wairoa, 4195

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