Current Vacancies

  • NCA Reporter, Auckland

    NCA Reporter, Auckland

    E rua ngā tūranga kai-kawe kōrero e rapuhia ana e Whakaata Māori.

    Me mātau te kai-tono ki te reo Māori, me kaingakau hoki ia ki nga take o te wā ki ngā take hākinakina rānei.  He tangata kua whakangungua, kua mahi rānei hei kai-kawe kōrero, hei kai-whakapaoho rānei te hiahia matua.

    Ko te kai-tono ka tohua, ka hono atu ki te tira karere e mahi nei i ngā mahi o ia rā, o ia rā i te huhua o ngā pae pāhō kōrero ā-tihi nei. Ka hanga pūrongo ia rā, ia rā, ka whakapāoho i runga i ngā pae pāhō kōrero maha, ka whakataki kōrero atu i te taiwhanga pāpāho, atu i ngā rohe anō hoki.

    Applicants will need to:

    Be a competent reo Māori speaker

    Strong grasp of written English

    Committed to te reo Māori and tikanga

    Have an understanding of news and broadcasting standards

    Be prepared to work across digital platforms

    Support all news and current affairs shows

    Have strong networks

    Contribute and generate new ideas

    Be self-motivated

    Take pride in personal appearance

    Want to be part of a loyal and committed team

    Maintain confidentiality

    Uphold the vision and strategic direction of Māori Television

    To apply please send cover letter and CV to:

    Pūmanawa Tangata Department

    Māori Television

    PO Box 64-341

    Botany, Auckland 2163
    433 East Tāmaki Road

    hr@maoritelevision.com

    All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.

    If you require any additional information about this role, please contact Gwendolyn Arago-Kemp – 09 539 7189.

    Applications close 4th October 2018.

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  • PRODUCTION UNIT COORDINATOR – Internal Productions

    PRODUCTION UNIT COORDINATOR – Internal Productions

    Māori Television’s Internal Production team is looking for a Production Coordinator who can coordinate several television productions at once. 

    If you excellent multi-task skills, great communication skills, an eye for detail, good time management and an understanding of production this could be the ideal role for you.

    The successful applicant is expected to have a good understanding of Te Reo Māori me ngā Tikanga.

    If you think you have these necessary skills please submit your application with reliable references to the address below.

    WorkDesc

    To apply please forward a cover letter and CV to:

    Māori Television

    Pūmanawa Tangata Department

    hr@maoritelevision.com

    Applications close at 5pm Friday, 14 September 2018

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