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WSP Graduate Advisor Comms - KAITOHUTOHU PAETAHI WHAKAPĀ

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Type

Graduate Jobs

Location

Auckland

Industry

Consulting, Engineering

Published

1 month ago

Application Open

1st Oct 2020 09:00am

Application Close

18th Oct 2020 11:55pm

WSP graduate Advisor communications
Kaitohutohu Paetahi Whakapā

Are you looking to start your career with a company that will challenge, inspire, and support you to deepen your understanding, strengthen your ability, and increase your reach to improve the world?

WSP is looking for a Graduate Advisor Communications / Kaitohutohu Paetahi Whakapā to join our Auckland team.

The Role

In this role, you will work alongside both our Transport Communication team and our Māori business team. You will deliver internal and external communications through a variety of mediums, such as written communications, social media, website content, etc. You will also promote cultural awareness and Māori protocols, support Iwi engagement, and develop engagement capabilities.

Day-to-day tasks will include interviewing, writing, and editing a range of content to keep communication channels regularly updated and support Mana Whenua relationship management and communications.

This opportunity is ideal for someone with a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in journalism, communications, and/or Māori studies. The successful candidate will have an extensive knowledge in Te Ao Māori and be proficient to fluent in Te Reo Māori.

How to Apply

Just click the Apply button and fill in the application. You will need to include a copy of your CV and more recent transcripts (an unofficial copy is acceptable).

Applications close 18 October 2020.

About WSP

WSP is a world-leading design, engineering and environmental consultancy. We are local experts with 150 years of experience in Aotearoa and a global network of more than 50,000 experts. In New Zealand alone, we have 40 offices – from Whangarei to Invercargill (and everywhere in-between).

In every region where we operate, our local leaders guide the mission, drive the vision, and uphold our collective beliefs to connect to and support the local community. Having strong roots locally means there is pride and responsibility in delivering high quality projects and giving back to our communities.

We are built on the strength of our people, creating innovative solutions to the challenges the future will bring. We’re looking for a paetahi to bring a fresh perspective and join WSP’s Graduate Development Programme.

Check out our website to learn more about WSP and our Graduate Development Programme.

Why join WSP?

We don’t simply employee Graduates; we foster and enrich them. With our four-year Graduate Development Programme, you own your career and drive your success. We provide you with the tools, support, and environment to flourish in your career.
As a WSP Graduate, you’ll have:

  • A flexible and inclusive working environment where diversity is valued;
  • Awesome colleagues, including our Graduate Committee and wider Graduate Community;
  • Ongoing development opportunities, including tailored training, mentoring, and more;
  • Fun social events throughout the year;
  • Work-life balance with access to social, sports and professional clubs and our industry-leading Parental Leave policy.

WSP recognises and values the range of characteristics that make people unique, and do this in an environment that celebrates individual and collective achievement. We believe embracing diversity and inclusion delivers positive experiences for people and clients.

He aha te mea nui o te ao. He tāngata, he tāngata, he tāngata.
What is the most important thing in the world? It is people, it is people, it is people.


Sound like you?


Apply now!