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BAY CHRONICLE, NOVEMBER 18, 2010
Kua whakapiki haere nga- Ma-ori e tomo atu ana ki roto i nga- kaupapa akoranga o Te TaiTokerau Wa-
nanga. I te tau 2007 e 47 te paehe- neti o nga- a-konga katoa he Ma- ori. E whakanui ana e Te TaiTokerau
Wa- nanga i nga- tu-ranga mo- nga- kaimahi e ma-tatau ana ki te reo Ma-ori me o- na- tikanga, kia aro atu ki
nga- hiahia o nga- hapori o Te TaiTokerau, a-
, ki te whakakaha te whakatinana i nga- a-huatanga ahurea o
te Ma-ori hei tautoko mo- nga- a-konga i roto i wa- ra-tou mahi akoranga.
NorthTec reserves the right not to appoint
or pursue appointment by invitation
Full-Time Tenured Position -- Nursing Lecturer
North Tec is the largest provider of tertiary education in Northland and Rodney District, with campuses
and learning centres in Whangarei city and across the North in addition to over 60 community based
delivery points. North Tec remains the only Tertiary Education Institute (TEI) based north of Auckland
that provides programmes from foundation to degree level.
Northland is a place of beginnings, making it the perfect learning environment.
The region's gentle climate, relaxed lifestyle and unbounded opportunities continue to attract people
from around the world to the region's spectacular rural and coastal surroundings.
Northland welcomes and embraces innovation, creativity, and diversity in both business and education,
and is home to many world-class industries and world-renowned creators.
Apply today and make North Tec the place of your new beginnings.
Northland Polytechnic is seeking a full-time tenured lecturer for 2011 to join the Department of
Nursing. In this role you will be teaching on the Bachelor of Nursing and Diploma in Enrolled Nursing
programmes, including theoretical and clinical courses.
To be effective in this role you will need to fit the following profile:
Contact for further information
firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 09 470 3813
Contact Diane Williams email@example.com
By 1 December 2010.
"Kia tu tika ai te whare tapu o
Ngapuhi - the sacred house of
Ngapuhi stands firm"
Our expanding company is looking for two new enthusiastic
team members. Our office is based in Kerikeri with our head
office in Kaikohe
40 hours per week. This role includes
• Preparation of accounting statements and reports,
operating budgets and forecasts
• Liaising with Company's auditors
• Monitoring cash flow requirements
• Contributing to the development of long term strategies
and business plans
• Analysis of our commercial returns
• Evaluating systems and procedure and implementing
• Overseeing all financial aspects of the business and its
• Supervising accounts staff
This is a full time role (40 hours per week). The role
• Schedule and arrange meetings (including for the
NAHC Board) and travel
• Liaison with Company Directors and external
• Responsibility for the day to day running of the
Company office in Kerikeri.
• Monitoring projects and assisting in project research
• Providing administrative support to the Company
Both positions report to the Company Manager and
require a high degree of flexibility. The successful
candidates need to show initiative and be prepared to
make decisions. You should have an understanding of
Ngapuhi culture. Te Reo is an advantage.
For an application and further job details email
Will Wilson - Applications close 9:00am
19 November 2010
Ph 09 9503435
Mob 021 850334
A vacancy exists for a vibrant and outgoing person with
excellent customer service skills willing to work in our busy
retail outlet 4-5 days a week throughout the Summer Season,
until late February early March.
The successful applicant needs to be a team player, and have
a flexible workplace attitude; and be able to communicate
openly and effectively with customers and colleagues.
This position will become available from mid December.
Must be able to work school holidays, weekends and public
holidays when required.
Applications including CV to:
49 Kerikeri Road
Ph: 09 407 9392
SCHOOL HOURS POSSIBLE
We are looking for a secretary/WP operator to join our Kerikeri
team. The successful applicant will be computer literate (MS
Word), a fast and accurate dictaphone typist and a quick
learner. Legal experience would be a definite advantage but
is not essential.
You will need to be energetic, focused, and work well under
pressure in this busy role. We need a team player with a
dynamic work ethic, a good sense of humour, and most of all,
someone who likes a challenge.
This is a part-time position with a late January 2011 start.
PO Box 576
or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close on 3 December 2010
and will be treated in complete confidence.
Riverview School seeks to
appoint a permanent
Administration Officer with
responsibility for financial
management and IT
support across the school.
Duties are varied, and
include accounts, financial
preparation for the annual
audit, and keeping the
school intranet running
smoothly, as well as
administering the school's
website. Familiarity with
Microsoft products, MYOB
payroll, and education
would be an advantage.
The position is available
from late January, 2011,
and the incumbent is
4.00pm Friday 26
November 2010. Please
contact Judith for an
application pack on 09
4077277 or email
Cycleway Project Coordinator
Infrastructure and Asset Management
Permanent Full-Time | Ref: 10160
When It Comes To Great Careers, All Roads
Point North. Far North.
The proposed Far North Cycleway Trail is an extraordinary project for the Far North District Council
and New Zealand, and we need an extraordinary person just like you - to coordinate it.
As the main point of contact for this project, your first gear will be liaising and
negotiating land access / easement agreements for the proposed trail. You'll
have the authority to discuss and advise on track alignment, construction
and other practical issues.
As a proven negotiator and communicator, you will talk with multiple stakeholders and
provide up-to-date information to interested parties. Part of this ability will involve
working and interacting with a variety of cultural and social backgrounds, so an
understanding of Maori values to land and ownership of land would be desirable.
Time and budget management skills will be second nature to you, accompanied
by an attractive CV which highlights your project management experience
and excellent research abilities that enable you to provide
effective solutions and informative cost analysis.
Sound like you?
Point your career and quality of life Far North.
For a copy of the job description or for
other enquiries please contact Human
Resources at email@example.com or
phone 0800 920 029.
Applications can be registered through our
career website www.fndcjobs.govt.nz and
should be submitted together with your
curriculum vitae and cover letter.
Applications for this position close at
5.00pm Friday, 3 December 2010.
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