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Project Manager - Digital Capability Initiative (6-month, fixed term)

E ngā mātā waka o te motu, e ngā karangatanga maha, te iti me te rahi, tēnā koutou katoa! He karere he pānui tēnei e pa ana ki ētahi tunga hou i Toi Aotearoa mō te hunga e hiahia ana kia mahi ai i roto i te ao Toi.

Are you an experienced Project Manager who can bring multiple stakeholders’ perspectives together to develop a robust Request for Tender process?  Are you confident collaborating and leading in an Aotearoa context which includes Te Tiriti o Waitangi?

We’re looking for a highly skilled project manager to manage a procurement process as we develop an exciting Digital Capability service delivery initiative for the arts sector in Aotearoa.

Reporting to the Manager, Capability Services & Initiatives, the successful candidate will have a background managing complex projects across diverse contexts. In this role, you will need to be a confident communicator who builds positive internal and external relationships with a wide variety of stakeholders, including government agencies.

You will have lived experience successfully working, collaborating and leading in a Māori context.  You will have the ability to incorporate matauranga Māori, te reo me ona tikanga Māori into your mahi, and although not essential, it would be advantageous to be a te reo Māori speaker.

As an experienced project manager you will be capable of managing sophisticated processes through to completion, with a keen eye for detail and a focus on efficiency.  You will be experienced in contract management and have a solid understanding of Government processes and policies, ideally with a particular focus on accountabilities associated with public funding and procurement.

This is an exciting opportunity to bring your knowledge, networks and passion for digital development to build capability in New Zealand’s arts sector.

In return we offer a positive, supportive, collaborative and flexible working environment in an organisation that is on a journey to understand and realise the potential through Te Tiriti o Waitangi for the arts. You will get to work with diverse and talented colleagues who are passionate and caring people, as well as an enviable opportunity to work with and for New Zealand’s unique arts sector and ringatoi every day.

Apply before Tuesday, 6 April