VACANCY - EXPERIENCED DISPLAY CARVER (PART TIME - WEEKENDS/PUBLIC HOLIDAYS)
The NZMACI Whakairo Rakau team have a vacancy for a Display Carver, working primarily weekends and public holidays and to cover “as and when required” for absences due to leave.
Primary Duties & Responsibilities
Person Specifications and Key Outcomes of Role
Applications close: Thursday 4 June 2015 at 4.00pm. Applications can be obtained from and then emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org or delivered to our reception, 30 Hemo Road, Rotorua.
Te Puia is an Equal Employment Opportunities (EEO) Employer that strongly supports the development and growth of its employees. Te Puia strives to provide a supportive and proactive environment where employees gain satisfaction and enjoyment within their work environment and relationships while being well rewarded and recognised for their contribution.
Te Puia acknowledges, and seeks to implement, the principles and provisions of the Treaty of Waitangi within every aspect of its operations and planning, with a goal to promoting and enhancing understanding and respect of te Ao Māori.
Within the everyday employment environment Te Puia recognise and will seek to promote the obligations and understandings of the New Zealand Maori Arts & Craft Act (1963), and to maintain, develop and promote all forms of Māori arts, crafts and culture. Every employee employed by Te Puia shall be required to work in a manner that strives to achieve the vision and values of Te Puia.
Ma te werawera o te hunga hahuwhenua e whiwhi ai ia i nga rawa o ana nei mahi
|Te Puia Employment Application|
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Please fill out application form and email to Claire@tepuia.com
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