Ko te Whare Taonga o te Tairāwhiti, he whare i ngākaunuitia e ngā rōpu whakahaere o te hapori e kaingākau ana ki te whakaatu, ki te tuku āhuatanga mātauranga e pā ana ki ngā mahi toi, ngā ahurea, hītori o te Tairāwhiti arā, i ngā whakakitenga, ngā kohikohinga, ngā tauwhāinga me ngā hōtaka mātauranga.
Kei te rapu mātou i tētahi e kaingākau, e tūhono ana ki te hapori hei Kaitieki Māori kia whakuru mai ki tō mātou rōpū.
He tūnga Matua tēnei wāhanga i waenga i te rōpū o te whare taonga, ā, me tāea hoki e ia te kawe ngā mahi e whai ake nei :
Mā te Kaitieki Māori e tīmata, e ārahi, e whakahaere me te whai wāhi ki ngā Kaupapa o te whare taonga, ngā whakaaturanga, ngā tauwhāinga, ngā pānui tūmatanui, te rangahau me te mākete me te arotahi ki Te Ao Māori. Mā te Kaitieki hoki e whakahaere ngā kaimahi kirimana, ngā tauira me ngā kaimahi tūao.
E whai wāhi ai te kaitono ki tēnei tūnga:
Tairāwhiti Museum is a much-loved community organisation, committed to sharing the art, culture and history of Tairāwhiti through exhibitions, collections, events and educational programmes.
We are looking for a motivated and community-connected Kaitieki Māori to join our team.
This is a senior role in the museum team and the successful applicant will:
The Kaitieki Māori will initiate, lead, manage and contribute to museum projects; exhibitions; events; public programmes; research; and marketing, with a focus on Te Ao Māori. The Kaitieki Māori will also manage and supervise contract staff, interns and volunteers.
To be successful in this role you will have:
Ahakoa he tūnga tūturu tēnei mo te wā roa, arā atu anō ētahi āhuatanga hei tirohanga.
While this is a permanent, full time position, other arrangements will be considered.
Attn: Eloise Wallace
PO Box 4040
Contact Eloise Wallace, Director for more information at email@example.com or on 06 8673832.
Tairāwhiti Museum (with support from Gisborne Herald and Trust Tairāwhiti) are developing a Tairāwhiti Arts Venue and Open Studio Guide and we are seeking a designer to help us create the publication.
The aim of the guide is to support and publicise local Tairāwhiti art venues.
The guide will be designed and printed locally and will be available free in a printed format and online. The guide will cover the whole Tairāwhiti region and is free for venues to be a part of.
The guide will be an A5 booklet (20 pages approx.) and include a map identifying each location, and details of each venue, including:
We have an editor and photographer working with us on the project to ensure consistency and the designer will be provided with a finalised content package.
Tairāwhiti Museum will be doing a print run to support this project so that each venue and local Tairāwhiti tourism venues will be provided with print copies.
The aim is to have the guide to be completed and available by Christmas 2021 and is designed for use throughout 2022.
Expressions of interest from designers need to be received by 30 November and the successful designer will be informed by 01 Dec.
The design work will be required from early to mid-December and will require two rounds of feedback the first on the design generally and the second more widely from venue stakeholders.
Registering your interest
If you are interested in working with us to design this publication, or have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org by 30 November 2021 providing:
We welcome ideas for new projects and exhibitions so if you have something in mind, please get in touch – we would love to hear from you!