Office Administrator, Receptionist Vacancy

Office Administrator, Receptionist Vacancy

Kia ora koutou katoaThank you one and all for your interest and for taking the time to submit CV’s for consideration of Office Administrator/Receptionist.There was overwhelming interest in the position and we were successful with finding a suitable candidate.On behalf of Te Pumautanga o Te Arawa Trust and to all those that registered an interest, we wish you all the very best with seeking employment opportunities.Nga mihi
Te Pumautanga O Te Arawa Vacancy

Te Pumautanga O Te Arawa Vacancy

TPOTA are seeking a candidate that possesses the necessary skills or experience to fulfil the Administrator/Receptionist role on a 12 month fixed term contract.   If you know of anyone that may be interested in a 12 month fixed term contract and possesses the necessary skills or experience ask them to submit a Curriculum Vitae (CV) to Dawn at daw[email protected]

Iwi Question – Census 2018

Iwi Question – Census 2018

Tena koutou katoa,E te iwi, tena koutou,
The five-yearly Census will be held on the 6th of March this year.Each household will receive a unique internet access code through the mail, or by personal delivery. This code will enable everyone in your household to complete the Census online. If you don’t have internet access, you need to ring the helpline on 0800 census (0800 236 787), and request a paper form.HOW CAN I IDENTIFY [MY IWI/HAPU]?
First you need to answer YES to the question asking if you are of Māori Descent.Then you will see the iwi question: “Do you know the name of your iwi?” You can select UP TO FIVE IWI.
If you are completing your census online, TYPE IN [insert IWI names]  and [insert IWI names] will appear among the options. If you are using the paper form you will need to write in [insert IWI names]. You should also write in your rohe (e.g. Te Arawa).

You can choose [insert IWI names] because we are included on the Iwi and Iwi-related Groups Statistical Classification. Only groups that are on this list are included in the Census.

Please share this pānui and encourage whānau to TYPE  [insert IWI names] when completing the iwi question.

Nga mihi.