Current Vacancies

  • Communications Coordinator

    Are you a self-starter with a passion for Te Ao Māori? Do you pride yourself on your ability to write reports, media releases and internal communications? Do you have experience with creating communication collateral that is consistent, compelling and on brand? Are you driven to hit tight deadlines? 

    Māori Television are looking for a Communications Coordinator for a 6 month fixed term contract who will work alongside the Communications Lead to implement Maori Television’s communications strategy.

    You will be responsible for:

    • Writing content for both print and online, including ministerial briefing papers, press releases the company website content intranet, newsletter and internal collatera.l 
    • Monitoring the company’s social media and online presence.
    • Ensuring that all messaging is supportive of and consistent with Māori Television strategies.
    • Staying up to date on industry trends and make recommendations for adjustments to communications strategies and practices.
    • Identifying and resolving any issues with content in a timely and professional manner.
    • Coordinating meetings, press conferences, and presentations.
    • Serve as point of contact for media and public questions when required. 
    • Occasionally provide assistance with site tours and/or inductions.

    You will:

    • Have a minimum of 1-2 years’ experience working in a similar role or industry.
    • Have excellent writing and editing skills, with a particular focus on spelling, grammar and punctuation.
    • Be able to communicate clearly and effectively.
    • Be familiar with MS Word, Excel and Powerpoint and capable of creating visually compelling presentations.
    • Have an ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
    • Have strong time-management, organisational skills and the ability to meet deadlines.

    If you’d like to apply, please email a cover letter and current CV to hr@maoritelevision.com by 5pm Friday 13 December 2019

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  • Tumu Kōkiri Reo - Head of Reo

    He tūranga hou, he tūranga whakahiamo te Tumu Kōkiri Reo kia mauri ora te reo Māori ki Whakaata Māori.

    Ko tā te tūranga mātuatua nei, he kōkiri i tā Whakaata Māori rautaki mō te reo Māori me ngā tikanga Māori.

    Ka mahi tahi me te Tāhuhu Reo, ā, ka tūhono atu ki ngā āpiti me ngā hoa rangapū i roto i ngā kaupapa whakarauora i te reo Māori.

    Me kairangi te taumata o te reo Māori me te reo Ingarihi o te kaitono.  Me taunga anō ki te kawe i ngā tikanga Māori.

    Ko ngā kawenga matua:

    • he arataki i te whakatinanatanga o tā Whakaata Māori rautaki mō te reo Māori me ngā tikanga Māori
    • he mahi ngātahi ki ngā āpiti me ngā hoa rangapū o ngā hinonga Karauna, o te rāngai Pāpāho, o ngā iwi, o ngā rangapū hapori Māori anō hoki
    • he arataki i te Ranga Reo, arā, i ngā kaikōkiri reo me ngā kaiwhakawhiti reo o Whakaata Māori.

    Ka whaihua te kaitono mehemea he wheako, he mōhiotanga ki te whakatakoto mahere whakarauora reo.

    Tēnā tukua mai tō reta tono me tō Tātai Pūmanawa ki

    hr@maoritelevision.com i mua i te Paraire, te 13 o ngā rā o Hakihea 2019

     

    A new and exciting position as Tumu Kōkiri Reo – Head of Reo, will work to ensure te reo Māori thrives at Māori Television.

    This is a key leadership role in the implementation of our strategy for te reo Māori me ngā tikanga Māori across our entire organisation.

    You will work closely with our Tāhuhu Reo – Director of Language and Culture, and engage with key stakeholders and partners in national language revitalisation initiatives.

    An excellent command of Māori and English is essential.   Applicants must also be well-versed in tikanga Māori.

    Key responsibilities are:

    • to provide strategic leadership in the implementation of our Māori language and tikanga Māori strategy
    • engage with key stakeholders including Crown entities, Media sector partners, iwi and Māori community organisations
    • lead our Reo Team of multiplatform language advisors and translators.

    Experience and knowledge in language planning and language revitalisation is an advantage.

    Please send your cover letter and CV to

    hr@maoritelevision.com before Friday the 13th of December 2019

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  • Head of News and Current Affairs

    Māori Television continues to play a central role in revitalising te reo me ngā tikanga Māori and strengthening its place in our national identity – for Māori and for all New Zealanders.

    All of our work is guided by a vision of the world that we want to see in the future:

     Māori are thriving, Te Ao Māori is thriving, Tikanga Māori is thriving, Te Reo Māori is a thriving language, Māori perspectives are valued by all New Zealanders.

    As the Head of News and Current Affairs you will take overall responsibility for the delivery of high quality reo Māori and English NCA content that meets Māori Television’s audience-centric and digital first approach to content delivery, editorial standards and policies, statutory obligations and relevant law across multi-platforms over seven days.

    You will:

    • Have effective, competent and inspiring leadership experience, as well as an ability to develop and maintain strong internal relationships and strategic external relationships with key stakeholders.
    • Have a solid editorial background with an excellent understanding of the media landscape and industry, as well as a sound understanding of media law and broadcasting standards.
    • Experience in the media environment and an extensive understanding of the development of television into the digital arena.
    • Be a strategic and forward thinker with an ability to develop strategic and operational plans for delivery of NCA content across multi-platforms.
    • Be bilingual, competent in te reo Māori and English.
    • Have a good understanding of the aims and aspirations of Māori Television is essential as well as a commitment to te reo Māori and tikanga Māori.


    If you’d like to apply, please email a cover letter and current CV to hr@maoritelevision.com by 5pm on 6 December 2019. For more information and other opportunities, please visit www.maoritelevision.com.

    At Māori Television, we are proud to be an equal opportunity provider and workplace. We embrace diversity and equal opportunities and encourage applications from any background. We recruit people based on qualifications, merit, and business need. 

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  • Customer Journeys Manager

    We are looking for a futurist Customer Journeys Manager to join our Audience Engagement Team. The teams function is to attract and retain audience through engaging and relevant audience insights and  customer journeys both on and offline. The Customer Journeys Managers role focus is to develop our online audience engagement across all Māori Television digital products and wider digital ecosystem.

    Leading a team of 7, made up of  marketers and digital front end operators you will be responsible for our digital strategy, mapping customer journeys and developing our online audience.  Working alongside UX and developers you will lead the team responsible for the end to end success of Maori television digital products.

    Our organization is rapidly evolving and this is an exciting opportunity to be part of the team rebuilding and redefining what Maori Media engagement looks like in the future.  If you have an analytical mind, deeply curious around audience behaviours and have the technical nouse to back it up, apply now.

    If you’d like to apply, please email a cover letter and current CV to hr@maoritelevision.com by 5pm Friday 6 December 2019. 

    At Māori Television, we are proud to be an equal opportunity provider and workplace. We embrace diversity and equal opportunities and encourage applications from any background. We recruit people based on qualifications, merit, and business need.

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