NGĀTI MĀKINO IWI AUTHORITY
Aroturuki ā-rohe / Cultural and Ecosystem Monitor
- Exciting Iwi Role
- Utilise your technical and cultural expertise
E hara taku toa, I te toa taki tahi, Katahi ko taku toa he toa taki tini a Mākino. Toitu te mana, toitu te whenua, toitu te tangata, toitu te Mākinotanga.
Ngāti Mākino determining our own future as a strong and vibrant Kaitiaki of our culture, our whanau, hapū, iwi, our land, and our seas.
Ngāti Mākino are expanding our team to include cultural monitoring, resource consent processing and research capability that empowers the best management of the Ngāti Mākino rohe. This is a multi-faceted role that includes activities ranging from research support; resource consent processing; on-site cultural monitoring of earthworks; to drone deployment gathering video data for cultural and ecosystem monitoring purposes.
You will join a small professional team in this exciting and challenging role. The successful candidate is expected to have a bachelor’s degree in environmental science or similar, a high level of technical ability, and strong cultural awareness.
As Cultural and Ecosystem Monitor, you will have responsibility and accountability for monitoring and reporting on all landscape and seascape modification occurring within the Ngāti Mākino rohe.
Cultural monitoring, analysis and reporting
- Monitoring of cultural sites
- On-site Cultural monitoring of earthworks for a range of projects
- Drone deployment to capture aerial video footage for Ngāti Mākino resources
- Contribution to Report Preparation using established formats • Ngāti Mākino Heritage Trust event planning and equipment management
- Meeting attendance with councils and committees
- Project Coordination
Technical & Analytical Support
- Physical sampling of water quality and climatic conditions
- Site investigations including soil properties and logs, photography, council records
- Resource Consent responses to developers
- Communications and slide show resources design and/or preparation
- Mauri Model assessment reports
- Providing support at conferences, wānanga and symposia
Reporting to the Ngāti Mākino Kaiwhakahaere Mātua / General Manager, you will have proven technical skills, experience in iwi advancement and knowledge of Ngāti Mākino. You will have knowledge of Te Reo me ona tikanga and good written communication, computer and media skills.
You will have the ability to identify and promote the best interests of Ngāti Mākino and work in collaboration with the Kaiwhakahaere mātua, other Hapū and Iwi in a way that positively contributes to the achievement of our strategic aspirations.
Applications should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and should be received no later than 1.00pm on Thursday 14th March 2019. Interviews will then be scheduled for Friday 15th March 2019.