Administrator - Support Services

Listed 12 days Ago
Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga
Non-profit - Social Services

An opportunity has come up for a talented Administrator to join our Support Services team at Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga on a fixed-term basis.

Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga is a Ngāti Kahungunu mandated, kaupapa Māori values-based health and social services organisation providing services to our community along the East Coast of the North Island, from Mahia to Rimutaka. Our health, social, education and community development teams have been working successfully for whānau for over 37 years.

The Support Services Team is integral to the organisation. They are responsible for procuring, organising, and maintaining all of the buildings, assets and physical things that enable us to do our amazing work in the community. 

Our amazing Administrator is going on parental leave until January 2025. We want to bring on cover for the role as soon as possible so that the successful applicant can get the full handover that they deserve.

We are looking for an energetic team player, with an engaging personality and strong communication skills. We need someone who is proactive and extremely organised. If you have the ability to problem-solve and pay close attention to detail then you may be the perfect fit!

The role is full time, Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5.00pm, based at our large site in Orchard Road, Hastings.

The successful applicant will be responsible for:

  • General administration for the Support Services Team.
  • Assisting with procurement and purchase approvals 
  • Contractor coordination
  • Maintaining the asset maintenance register
  • System implementation 
  • Supporting projects

We are looking at a broad range of applicants. The successful candidate may be someone with experience in administration and facilities who can dazzle us, or you could be someone looking to extend themselves and take on a new challenge. 

 We offer a warm whānau focused work environment with a wide variety of benefits. Here are just a few: 

  • Kaupapa Māori organisation
    • Regular Kapa haka and waiata
    • All staff meeting and Karakia every morning
  • Life insurance
  • Health insurance
  • 5 weeks annual leave
  • Birthday leave
  • Workplace wellness programme
    • Days earnt off work
    • Prizes
    • Fun staff activities
  • Free Parking
  • Ngakau Aotea training
  • Workplace development

We need someone with a passion for being part of an organisation that is kaupapa Māori and driving change and success for whānau in our community.

 To apply, please submit your CV and a cover letter. For inquiries about this role, please contact Peter Haig at 021 476 184 for a kōrero.

Applications 5:00pm Monday 27 November 2023