News & Events

Posted 03 August  2020

Whanau Ora Kaiarahi 

Tangata Development is a dynamic team that provides social services in the North Kaipara area. A vacancy within our team for a full-time Whanau Ora Kaiarahi at our Kaiwaka site has become available. 

Whanau Ora Kaiarahi are practitioners who work with whanau to identify their needs and aspirations; they support whanau participation in education, primary health and employment, and link and co-ordinate access to specialist services.

 

The ideal applicant will have qualifications and broad experience and knowledge in social, educational or health. The applicant will have sound knowledge of the rohe they will work in and will preferably have a sound knowledge of Tikanga Maori and the concepts that underpin Whanau Ora.

We require a competent individual who has the following:

  • ability to quickly build trust and maintain strong positive relationships

  • ability to engage with whanau in our community

  • knowledge and appreciation of Whanau Ora

  • excellent interpersonal and communication skills

  • flexibility and ability to think outside the square

  • ability to work without supervision

  • effective time management and great attention to details

  • design and implementation of Whanau Ora aspiration plans.

 

To apply for this vacancy you will need to submit an employment application form along with a copy of your current resume and a cover letter outlining your suitability for the role. Please contact Tania Whatarau by email twhatarau@uriohau.co.nz or call on (09) 459 7001 to request an application pack that contains the relevant forms to apply. A copy of the job description is available below.

Applications close 4PM, Friday 21 August 2020.

 

Please note that all applications will be required to undergo a full police vetting, a consent form will be included in the application pack. 

Posted 28 July  2020

Family Start Kaimahi 

Tangata Development is a dynamic team that provides social services in the North Kaipara area. A vacancy within our team for a Family Start Kaimahi at our Dargaville site has become available. The role of the Kaimahi is to assist families with the greatest needs in their home environment and to ensure that their tamariki have the best possible start in life. This is an exciting opportunity for someone who is passionate about children and their whanau. The role is full-time.

 

The successful applicant will:

  • have working knowledge of social service principals and practices

  • hold a tertiary degree qualification in social services, health or education

  • be able to register to their professional body (ANZASW or NZAC)

  • have an understanding of critical importance of educating parent/caregivers on baby's growth and development, ages and stages and windows of opportunities.

 

To apply for this vacancy you will need to submit an employment application form along with a copy of your current resume and a cover letter outlining your suitability for the role. Please contact Tania Whatarau by email twhatarau@uriohau.co.nz or call on (09) 459 7001 to request an application pack that contains the relevant forms to apply. A copy of the job description is available below.

Applications close 4PM, Friday 21 August 2020.

 

Please note that all applications will be required to undergo a full police vetting, a consent form will be included in the application pack. 

Posted 16 January  2020

Results of Trustee Election Waihaua marae Voting Results 

I, Gina Tarasiewicz (Returning Officer) hereby give notice​ of the results of the election for the election of one (1) new trustee to represent Waihaua marae on the Te Uri o Hau Settlement Trust, held 11 January 2020.

Antony Thompson        37 votes

Sidney Ashby                 27 votes

Mikaera Miru                 16 votes

Taiawhio Wati                12 votes

Toni Welsh                      10 votes

6 invalid votes

The eight trustees of Te Uri o Hau Settlement Trust are Henry Holyoake and Malcolm Welsh (for Waikaretu marae), Georgina Connelly and Raniera Pene (for Oruawharo marae), Reno Skipper and Albert Shelford (for Otamatea marae) and Matiu Wati and Antony Thompson (for Waihaua marae).

A candidate may apply in writing for a recount (to the address below) within three working days of the publication of this notice provided that candidate requires less than 50 further votes to be elected.

Gina Tarasiewicz (Returning Officer)

9 Fertiliser Road, Whangarei 0110

PO Box 583, Whangarei 0140

Mobile: 021 686 330

Posted 17 December 2019

Hōkai Nuku is the authorised voice of the four Iwi and Hapū mana whenua for the Ara Tūhono Pūhoi to Wellsford Roading projects – namely Ngāti Manuhiri, Ngāti Mauku/Ngāti Kauae of Te Uri o Hau, Ngāti Rango of Kaipara and Ngāti Whātua. Hōkai Nuku was initially formed in 2010 to collaborate on the New Zealand Transport Agency Project, Ara Tūhono and has been contracted by the Transport Agency and Northern Express Group (NX2) to provide specialist advice for the Project.

 

As part of the Ara Tūhono Pūhoi to Warkworth Project, Hōkai Nuku has collected cultural harvest materials. First priority has been given to artworks for the Ara Tūhono Projects. The remainder is available to the Iwi and Hapū members of Hōkai Nuku for cultural use. They will need to be collected at your own cost.

 

If you are interested in any of these materials please contact Natasha Topia, Kaiawhina on phone: 021-409-908 or email: natasha@hokainuku.co.nz on or before 28 February 2021 so that we can develop a list of interested parties to be considered by our Board.

 

All logs are 6m length and under 

Kauri

50cm diameter                               12

35cm diameter                               28

30cm diameter and under           15

30cm diameter and over             17

 

Totara           

50cm diameter                               14

30cm diameter                               10

Posted 5 October 2019

Results of the 2019 Trustee Elections 

I, Gina Tarasiewicz (Returning Officer) hereby gives notice​ of the results of the election for three new trustees of the Te Uri o Hau Settlement Trust, held 24 September 2019.

Oruawharo Marae

George Batistich            16

Thomas de Thierry        41

Raniera Pene                  47

Joshua Wikiriwhi-Heta   31

7 invalid votes

Otamatea Marae

Albert Shelford               93

Stanley Walker                81

Waimarie Morgan          43

13 invalid votes

Waikaretu Marae

Henry Holyoake (sole nominee)

Due to the nomination form from a Waihaua marae candidate being misplaced, the election process for that marae is being rerun.

As from 24 October 2019, the trustees of the Te Uri o Hau Settlement Trust will be Henry Holyoake and Malcolm Welsh (for Waikaretu marae), Georgina Connelly and Raniera Pene (for Oruawharo marae), Reno Skipper and Albert Shelford (for Otamatea marae), and Matiu Wati (for Waiahaua marae). Antony Thompson will remain as a trustee for Waihaua marae until the election process for that marae is completed.

A candidate may apply in writing for a recount (to the address below) within three working days of the publication of this notice provided that candidate requires less than 50 further votes to be elected.

Gina Tarasiewicz (Returning Officer)

9 Fertiliser Road, Whangarei 0110

PO Box 583, Whangarei 0140

Mobile: 021 686 330

Te Tai Tokerau Maori Trust Building, 3rd Floor, 5 Hunt Street, Whangarei.