Rangatahi Relationships Co-ordinator

Te Uru Maire is the rangatahi strategy of the Māoriland Charitable Trust, it aims to grow the next generation of Indigenous storytellers in Aotearoa by giving rangatahi Māori access to the tools and skills to create their own stories and to connect with Indigenous storytellers worldwide. 

We are looking for a relationships co-ordinator to work between the Māoriland Charitable Trust and rangatahi, their whānau, kura, and schools. 

You will work with the Kaiwhakahau Hōtaka and Kaiwhakaū Hōtaka Hononga to be the primary point of contact between the Māoriland Charitable Trust, rangatahi and schools across Aotearoa. This role will focus on enrolling rangatahi in Māoriland programmes and participation in the Māoriland Rangatahi Film Festival. 

You must be extremely self-motivated, be based in the wider Wellington region and able to travel to the Māoriland Hub, Ōtaki and to schools around the region. 

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Applications close 5 pm Thursday July 9. Successful applicants will be contacted from Friday July 10 with interviews to be held that week. 

If you have any questions, please contact [email protected]

About Māoriland Charitable Trust

Māoriland presents, facilitates and supports Māori and international Indigenous filmmakers and creatives.

We are a kaupapa Māori organisation based in Ōtaki at the Māoriland Hub. Our work includes the annual Māoriland Film Festival, Toi Matarau Gallery, the E Tū Whānau Rangatahi Film Challenge and Tour, M.A.T.C.H – the Māoriland Tech Creative Hub and the recently announced Māoriland Productions. 

We exist for the social, economic and educational success of our community in Ōtaki through connection to the wider world of Indigenous creativity and innovation.

Māoriland is about …

  1. Respect for, and celebration of shared Māori and Indigenous values
  2. Presenting an annual film festival that informs and amazes
  3. Showing films and sharing stories throughout the year
  4. Developing our youth as filmmakers and film leaders 
  5. Establishing New Zealand’s first film residency 
  6. Using story and interactive discussion to explore the Native Mind 
  7. Supporting the visual and performance arts that complement film
  8. Being responsible and environmentally aware citizens of our planet 
  9. Offering a pathway for social connections and enterprises
  10. Creating Indigenous stories and presenting them on the best platforms
  11. Protecting Indigenous integrity in the face of mainstream coercions  
  12. Role modelling an accountable ability to transform lives 

Māoriland strives for …

  • Reo – Voice
  • Māia – Courage
  • Aroha – Love
  • That which is true, good, and worthwhile

Māoriland is …

  • Proud & Passionate 
  • Curious & Creative 
  • Humble & Nimble