Far North REAP Chief Executive works with the Board of Directors, the Leadership Team and staff to realise their strategic vision and organisational goals.
They work hard to offer their community the support they need to achieve their goals, through their Purpose and Mission.
They are guided by “Our Vision, Our Values, Our Te Kete Whakatinanahia Te Tiriti” (Treaty Tool Kit) and Far North REAP culture
An understanding and commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi and equal employment opportunities must be demonstrated.
Far North REAP’s purpose, vision, mission, values and goals are embedded in all activities.
Equity and diversity in the workplace is promoted, mutual trust built, and all are treated equitably, transparently, fairly and in a culturally appropriate manner.
Quality Management Systems and service provision guarantees they maintain and develop their position as a leading provider of education and training support in Te Hiku o Te Ika.
Far North REAP interact closely with local community organisations, businesses and education providers. Their staff have professional development opportunities and keep connected with the local community, up to date technology and current education trends.
You will be a joining an organisation that is one of thirteen REAPs that were formed in three waves between 1979 and 1981. They were the Government’s response to calls for support to overcome the increasing disparities between rural and urban education services.
Far North REAP are proud of their history, they value quality delivery, they challenge themselves to look for ways to improve, and they work together, value and support each other
The CEO reports to the Far North REAP Board and works directly with their leadership team. You will lead a team of managers, providing professional support and guidance to enable these managers to be outstanding leaders for their teams.
Currently the Far North REAP’s Strategic Plan is currently under a major review.
This role is ideally suited to a person who has been in a middle management position and is now ready to take that next step in their career.
The CEO is responsible for the overall management of the Far North REAP including leading a group of 28 staff. This includes:
The Person and Objective:
Application is online by submitting your current resume together with a covering letter. Or contact Suzanne van Lent on 027 227 6447 for an initial discussion.
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