Ngāti Hine Health Trust (NHHT) TRUSTEES

Closing Date : 13 Oct 2019

  • Governance
  • Direction

Ngāti Hine Health Trust (NHHT) has been providing support to their community for more than 25 years and is one of the largest Māori NGOs in Aotearoa. They deliver a range of comprehensive services including mobile nursing, residential and community health services, social, disability, education, housing, youth, whānau ora and media services. The NHHT Strategic Plan 2018-2030 sets out a clear blueprint for the direction ahead and seeks to reconfigure service design and delivery to align with thinking and practice that places whānau at the centre of everything they do, that encourages whānau leadership and that, in a systemic context and in the long-term, is driving to their vision of ‘One Whanau, One Plan, One Place’.

Trustees have responsibility to govern by setting the strategy and overall direction of NHHT within the scope of the Deed of Trust.Their functions, powers and duties include to:

  • Control, administer and manager the Trust Fund and affairs of the Trust
  • Promote, carry out, effect and perform the purposes of the Trust according to the Law
  • Comply with the requirements of the Deed of Trust
  • Accept the skills and competency framework for Trustees
  • Report to Ngāti Hine at the annual general meetings

We are searching for applicants with a blend of skills and experience such as:

  • Knowledge of Ngāti Hine tikanga and a commitment to the members of Ngāti Hine and understanding of the Ngāti Hine community and what makes it tick
  • A strong governance foundation
  • Commercial or management skills – either legal, financial, human resource, marketing, information technology or relevant service sector experience applicable to the Trust
  • Relevant networks and relationships
  • Able to see the wider picture and future opportunities
  • Preferably a vocational or tertiary qualification
  • The ability and intelligence to make sensible, practical, astute business decisions and recommendations
  • Financial literacy and critical thinking
  • An awareness of the aspirations of young adults

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Sunday, 13 October 2019

FURTHER ENQUIRIES: Russell Spratt on 04 550 8000.