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“Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi, engari he toa takitini”

 

“My successes are not mine alone, they are ours”

Join us at TRC and be part of something incredible, working with, and for, the people of Tāmaki to shape the future of our community together.

The Tāmaki regeneration project embraces the manaakitanga, energy and spirit of Tāmaki, building on the area’s rich history. We have a master plan for Tāmaki that will upgrade streets, parks and town centres, increase transport options, support schools, provide job opportunities and build 10,500 new homes.

To ensure the impact of the regeneration will span generations, we focus on mahi to support the wellbeing of tangata whenua and tangata tiriti, and improve equity outcomes for Māori and Pasifika whānau in Tāmaki. Our goal is to enable the people of Tāmaki to reach their aspirations. 

Our team all share this vision, and our people say that this is one of the best things about working here. We are adaptable, embrace change and are not afraid to try new things.  

We’re proud to work alongside our local communities, and take time to learn, understand and collaborate. Meeting people, sitting down and having a cup of tea with them is important to us - and one of our most productive activities! 

Our culturally diverse team is savvy and smart.  With vast expertise, and valuable lived experience in the community, we are a team of solution finders and doers.  To continue to evolve and deliver the Tāmaki vision, we need great people who will bring their skills and ideas, but most of all, their passion to this meaningful kaupapa.

If you need more reasons to work with us, our great benefits include…
Truly flexible working arrangements
Truly flexible working arrangements

Many of our staff choose to work up to two days a week from home, start / finish early to avoid traffic, or pop out to get their kids from school. We also love to get together and there’s plenty of buzz in the office.

Enhanced leave provisions
Enhanced leave provisions

We offer five weeks’ annual leave and sick leave when it’s needed.  We also offer additional parental leave benefits including government parental leave top up to 100% salary for 13 weeks for ‘primary carers’ and 20 days ‘non primary carer’ parental leave.

Diversity and inclusion
Diversity and inclusion

We celebrate diversity, individuality and being free to be yourself at work.  Ours is an inclusive workplace where authenticity and integrity are valued. 

Team wellbeing
Team wellbeing

We encourage our team to take care of their Taha tinana (physical health), Taha wairua (spiritual health), Taha whānau (family health), and Taha hinengaro (mental health). We offer a range of wellbeing initiatives including an annual $300 wellness benefit, a free Employee Assistance Programme for you and your immediate family, weekly fruit baskets, annual flu vaccines and language week celebrations. Plus you can even bring your dog to work.

Commitment to career development and cultural leadership programmes
Commitment to career development and cultural leadership programmes

TRC offers a range of company-wide development opportunities such as the TMP leadership programme, and our Māori and Pasifika cultural leadership programme. Individual career development opportunities are also encouraged and supported.

Competitive remuneration
Competitive remuneration

We look to attract the best candidates for our workplace environment.  We are guided by an independent salary research company, which sets our market salary ranges.  This ensures our staff are not only high performing, but rewarded and valued for their experience, skills, and lived experience in the community.

Our Values
Ka Poipoi
Ka Poipoi

We deeply care for and nurture each other.




Ka Honohono tātou
Ka Honohono tātou

We value joining and coming together




Ka Waihanga tahi tātou
Ka Waihanga tahi tātou

We reflect, learn, design and make together




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