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Ngati Kahungunu select KP Solutions

Ngati Kahungunu select KP Solutions to recruit for new General Manager

Ngati Kahungunu Iwi Incorporated is pleased to announce the selection of recruitment agency Kete Pumanawa Ltd (KP Solutions) to help us choose a new General Manager.

“KP Solutions was selected because the organisation embodies manaakitanga, professionalism, and integrity. These are also qualities we are looking for in our new General Manager, along with the ability to help us achieve our 25 year vision”, says Ngahiwi Tomoana, Ngati Kahungunu Iwi Inc. Chairman.

Ngahiwi Tomoana went on to say that, “KP Solutions has a wealth of experience in both senior level management and Maori recruitment which was a key consideration in our decision”.

The position will be formally advertised within the next month but people are able to register their interest by contacting Eboni Waitere 0800 577 588 or emailing mahi@kpsolutions.co.nz .

Mauri Ora!

ENDS

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