ESR is currently undertaking an ambitious programme of transformation to achieve greater impact from our science and research.
We are actively refreshing our way of working to deliver better science, better research and better Matauranga Maori -based solutions across our environmental science and research teams.
Investment in the next phase of our engagement with Maori communities is a vital part of this transformation.
ESR has experience in working with communities to support, safe water, safe food, safe communities and a cleaner environment. As well as increasing our research and science to benefit whanau, hapu and iwi in environmental areas, we are developing kaupapa research as part of delivery. As part of our commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi our focus is on lifting and leveraging our collective impact with, and for, Maori communities.
New Senior Role
Senior Kaupapa Maori Researcher
Kei aku rangatira.
Thank you for considering joining ESR on our mission to improve the wellbeing of Aotearoa New Zealand in the role of Senior Kaupapa Maori Researcher.
ESR is gearing up for deeper more strategic engagement with Maori communities across the motu for better health and environmental outcomes. Building on success to date in our He Putaiao, He Tangata strategy, the time is now for ESR to play a greater role providing the solutions Maori communities require of us. With broad and unique science capability we have much to offer our indigenous communities pursing their aspiration and solving complex challenges faced.
This is an opportunity to develop your research career in one or more of the areas in which ESR seeks to make an impact which improves the health and wellbeing of New Zealanders, and Aotearoa. The role focuses on Wai and is embedded within the Human and Ecological Health Group (a Health and Environment Business Group), in line with to your knowledge and expertise.
Success in this role will require you to guide the expansion of our Kaupapa Maori research as part of our core delivery and support and expand research which is of benefit to Maori, iwi and whanau within our current research programmes.
For more information please contact Jymal Morgan 021 872 590. Applications close on the 31 January 2020.
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