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UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO
TE WHARE WĀNANGA O OTĀGO
About us/Mō mātou
The University of Otago is New Zealand’s first university and one of its finest. It is a leader across all fields of academic endeavour – the humanities, sciences, health sciences and business – regularly topping the New Zealand Tertiary Education Commission’s education performance indicators. Today the University has about 20,000 students, and campuses in Dunedin, Wellington, Christchurch, Auckland and Invercargill. A comprehensive range of academic, technical, electronic, recreational, and welfare services help students and staff at the University of Otago to achieve their best.
At the University of Otago we are committed to working closely with iwi and Māori organisations and mātauraka Māori has become an integral part of teaching and research across the institution. Our relationship with Ngāi Tahu as mana whenua within their takiwā of Te Waipounamu and, through this, as the University’s principal Treaty partner is especially important.
The role/Te mahi
The Hocken Librarian position reports directly to the University Librarian and is part of the Library Executive team, providing leadership and vision to the Hocken Library staff and the wider library team.
The role holder will provide strategic leadership and management for the iconic Hocken Collections to enable education and learning, research and the advancement and creation of knowledge by university staff and students and the wider public. The Hocken Librarian will enable Māori and Pasifika communities to use the Hocken Collections through advocacy and partnership building.
The new Hocken Librarian will lead an exciting period of development. A University initiated review reported in January made an extensive and far-reaching set of recommendations. A significant strand of these developments will enable the Hocken Collections to fully discharge its Te Tiriti responsibilities. The recommendations are designed to support the Hocken Collections become an outward-looking and deeply engaged heritage institution that effectively leverages off its relationships with the University Library and the University as a whole, a safe and vibrant location for Māori and Pasifika users and community partners, and an important go-to site for digital research and engagement.
Skills and experience/Kā pūkeka me kā wheako
We are looking for an experienced leader with proven track record operating at a strategic level.
- Extensive relevant experience working in a senior role in a GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums), cultural or related organisation.
- Proven leader with the credibility and capability to foster, create and maintain relationships of trust with iwi / Māori across the country, including those based on Treaty settlements.
- Track record of developing innovative solutions and practical implementations for strategic organisational and service change.
- Experience of managing and controlling substantial budget/resources/funding and an understanding of financial management procedures.
Relevant postgraduate qualifications or equivalent level of knowledge gained through a combination of education, training and/or experience are essential for this role. Broad and deep experience of Te Ao Māori, including competency in Te Reo Māori and leadership in tikanga would be a significant advantage.
This is a full-time, permanent position.
You must have the right to live and work in New Zealand to apply for this position.
For further information please contact Mike Wall, University Librarian via the email address below.
To submit your application (including CV and cover letter) please click the apply button. Applications quoting reference number 2200137 will close on Sunday, 20 February 2022.