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He āheinga | Current opportunies

We are a small, supportive team who are passionate about growing Māori research capacity and creating interesting Māori-led research projects. Apply to join Te Kotahi Research Institute and support our vision.

If you would like to work with us but can't see a role that fits you, please get in touch to talk about how we might collaborate.

Kaimahi | Positions

Postdoctoral Fellows

Applications are invited for Postdoctoral Fellows to conduct high quality research and contribute to knowledge development that focuses on Iwi research, mātauranga Māori or Māori Data Sovereignty, and the integration of mātauranga into policy. In addition, you will develop research proposals and collaborate with academics and key stakeholders. The closing date is July 30 2021.

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Ngā karapihi | Scholarships

TinT: Classification & Māori Data Ngā Upoko Tukutuku

Background of Scholarship:

Applications are invited for a PhD scholarship opportunity on exploring classification systems for Māori data. This scholarship is part of a research project - Tikanga in Technology: Indigenous Approaches to Transforming Data Ecosystems - supported by the NZ Endeavour fund. The primary purpose of the position is to undertake research activities as required to advance the Ngā Upoko Tukutuku Māori Subject Headings framework for cataloguing data within a Māori worldview. The closing date August 1st 2021. The successful applicant must be eligible to enrol at the University of Auckland.  for the outline and full description of the scholarship.

Email [email protected] or click here for the outline and full description of the scholarship.

TinT: Classification & Māori DataTK Labels

Background of Scholarship:

Applications are invited for a PhD scholarship opportunity on exploring classification systems for Māori data. This scholarship is part of a research project - Tikanga in Technology: Indigenous Approaches to Transforming Data Ecosystems - supported by the NZ Endeavour fund. The primary purpose of the position is to undertake research activities as required to advance the use of Traditional Knowledge Labels as machine actionable data management tools. The closing date is August 1st 2021. The successful applicant must be eligible to enrol at a New Zealand University. Click here for the outline and full description of the scholarship.