Te Rūnanga o Toa Rangatira is an iwi organisation that provides a range of commercial and not-for-profit services to contribute to and enhance the wellbeing of our iwi members, and the wider Porirua and Wellington communities.
As well as our commercial interests, we operate and provide a wide range of services in Health, Social Services, Education and Employment.
We offer a warm and friendly environment, work-life balance and flexibility, and a focus on whakawhanaungatanga and manaakitanga based on tikanga o Ngāti Toa Rangatira.
HUB Administrator, Call Centre
As the HUB Administrator, you will ensure the delivery of high-quality services to meet the ongoing needs of our whānau and the community we serve within our Ora Toa Health Service. You will actively manage the call system for the Rūnanga and ensure that targets set my the Ministry of Health are met.
More information about the HUB Administrator, Call Centre role or to apply online is available here
Full time, Permanent
As the Practice Manager, you will manage the Practice, making sure our team is well trained and resourced, and our Practice is in a sound financial position to support and enhance the ongoing needs of our whānau.
More information about the Practice Manager role or to apply online is available here
Whitby Lakes Retirement Village requires a casual employee who is available on short notice to cover roles in reception, housekeeping and kitchen.
Whitby Lakes Retirement Village is located in the heart of Whitby. We offer a friendly and inviting work environment with a supportive team.
You will need to have a reasonable level of fitness and be able to work unsupervised. Cleaning experience preferred but not essential. Full training will be given.
- Good communication skills
- Well presented
- Excellent attention to detail
- Reliable and trustworthy
- Must be available weekends and evenings at short notice.
For more information, please contact the Village Manager Anita Verry email@example.com or 04 234 6627
Project Manager across TROTR Group
Full time, Permanent
As an experienced business change practitioner, the Project Manager role will empower our kaimahi. You work with our General Managers to scope and negotiate contract opportunities within the health, social service, education, employment and housing areas. This role is responsible for end-to-end project management and service delivery. You will support Te Runanga and our General Managers in reclaiming our self-determination in this space, through leadership, innovation and exercising our collective rangatiratanga.
More information about the Project Manager across TROTR Group role or to apply online is available here.
Business Change Project Manager
The Business Change Project Manager role is project specific. We need a business change practitioner to manage Ora Toa's transition to the Community Health Network, in conjunction with Capital and Coast DHB, existing Rūnanga operations and those of our service partners. Essentially, this project is an integrated and devolved approach to health system commissioning. Using recognized and appropriate project and change management tools and techniques, you will improve organizational processes and performance.
More information about the Business Change Project Manager role or to apply online is available here.