E totoka ai te tumu o te papatipu hei oranga mō Te Iwi Māori, o mua, o naianei, o anamata hoki. Ko Te Tumu Paeroa tēnei, te kaitiaki, kaitaunaki, kaiwhakawhanake i te mana o ngā whenua Māori, huri noa. So that the foundations of ancestral lands may be solid, benefitting Māori from our past, present and future alike.
Today, the Māori Trustee and Te Tumu Paeroa look after 100,000 hectares of Māori-owned land on behalf of nearly 100,000 owners.
Reporting directly to the Māori Trustee; the newly created Chief Information Officer will play an influential role transitioning Te Tumu Paeroa to a technology enabled organisation that enhances the capability of landowners and provides valuable insights to allow them to make the most of their land.
The CIO will lead the strategic vision and road map for technology across the organisation. Whilst the design and delivery of this will be a critical part of your role, your true success will lie in your ability to coach the business to understand the ‘why’ and to help them understand the benefits of better use of technology.
We are seeking an empathetic and innovative people leader who will thrive on shifting the minds and behaviours of their people through vision setting and practical implementation of technology to enable people to work more effectively.
The ideal person has previous experience in leading people through change. You will have a deep understanding of best practise around IT and will be equally comfortable providing specialist advice on the design and implementation of all technology innovations to the Senior Leadership Team. You could be a leader in IT looking to step up in to your first CIO role. Likewise, you might be working in a larger organisation where you are well immersed in what ‘best practise’ looks like.
The journey is already underway, through the help of an external partner the introduction of a new PMO has meant progress is being made. We need someone to help paint the picture on the future direction for our organisation, and to take us on the journey.
Ideally you will be comfortable working in an environment that embraces Te Ao Māori, although previous experience in this is not essential, an understanding of the importance of this to our people is.
We are an organisation who truly embraces whānau and we're a close-knit bunch. We encourage our team members to look after themselves and their whānau. Your wellbeing is a priority to us; therefore, our future leaders need to understand how we can get the best out of our people.
Please apply below, or for more information, contact Fraser Leith on 04 913 6945. Please note all applications will be acknowledged electronically.