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Te Papa stands proud as an iconic national building housing the treasures of the nation and is a vibrant destination for both national and international visitors. Biculturalism is a founding philosophy and practice of Te Papa designed to explore the contribution of Māori language and culture to the life, culture and activities of the museum in small and large ways. Te Papa fosters and nurtures cross-cultural capability, the ability of people of different cultural backgrounds to interact with one another in positive and uplifting ways. Te Papa’s vision is to be a Tiriti-based museum, where a collective commitment to Tiriti o Waitangi is fostered and Māori exercise tino rangatiratanga.

We are looking for a self-motivated, high-energy candidate who can lead, develop and implement an Events strategy for Te Papa, explore commercial business development opportunities, deliver amazing and well-managed Events through others and lead and manage a small team of professionals. You will be a strategic leader supporting the development and operational delivery of events, managing operational and administrative functions which grow Te Papa’s audiences and revenue-making opportunities, in collaborating with a wide variety or internal and external stakeholders.

To be successful in the role, you’ll bring:

Applicants must have experience in and an ability to work flexible full-time hours, including evenings and weekends.

Applicants must have the ability to obtain and maintain the legal right to work in New Zealand.

Prior to Te Papa confirming any offer of employment, pre-employment checks will be undertaken including criminal conviction history and reference checking as a minimum.

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