A range of agencies deliver the government’s programmes in the arts, culture, heritage, broadcasting and sports sectors and strong boards are vital to their success. We manage the appointment of board members, carry out governance duties, and provide support and due diligence on behalf of Ministers.
Te Papa Board Vacancy
We are seeking candidates who wish to be considered for appointment as a member of the Te Papa Board, on behalf of the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage.
Being a board member of a Crown entity is rewarding and challenging. You will be involved in setting strategic direction and priorities, setting board policies and expectations for management, identifying and managing risk, and monitoring and evaluating the performance of the organisation. In this role, your focus will be to add value and drive the performance of Te Papa.
Applications close on 1 September 2019.
Interested in serving on a Crown Arts, Heritage, Broadcasting or Sport board?
Manatu Taonga - Ministry for Culture and Heritage supports Ministers in appointments to around 15 Crown entity and other organisations in our sector.
If you are interested in being considered please complete an Expression of Interest form and return it to us.
Details of boards that Ministers appoint to are listed here.
Appointments to be made by the Minister and Associate Ministers for Arts, Culture and Heritage in 2019 are listed here.
Role of the boards
The role of each board is determined by legislation or other documentation. This safeguards the Crown’s interest as owner or funder and ensures the organisation complies with its obligations and purpose.
When selecting board members we want to make sure the best-qualified people are appointed to each position.
Appointments to Crown entity boards are made under each agency’s own legislation, which outlines the agency’s specific requirements.
Government policy requires that boards are representative of the diversity and demographic make-up of New Zealand, including gender, ethnicity, age and geographic location.
When considering a new appointment we seek input from the Ministry for Women, Te Puni Kōkiri, the Ministry of Pacific Island Affairs, the Office of Ethnic Affairs, the Office for Disability Issues and relevant community and professional organisations.
As well as meeting key competencies that apply to their position, board members must have an appreciation of the Crown’s role as the key stakeholder.
Expressions of interests
If you’re interested in joining the board of an arts, culture, heritage, or sports organisation, you can express your interest by adding your name to our register of potential board members.
The information you submit is kept confidential and you can request access to, and correction of, any personal information we hold about you.
The Expression of Interest form is attached as a file download below.
NOTE: Expression of interest and submission of your details does not mean your name will be automatically forwarded for consideration. Nor does it commit you to accepting an appointment if it is offered to you.
How to register
Download the Expression of Interest form below and email it as an attachment, along with your CV, to email@example.com.
Or print the form and send it with your CV to:
Appointments and Governance
Ministry for Culture and Heritage
PO Box 5364
Appointments to be made by the Minister and Associate Ministers for Arts, Culture and Heritage in 2019
Appointments to be made by the Minister and Associate Ministers for Arts, Culture and Heritage in 2019.docx
Expressions of Interest form (word doc)
Expressions of Interest Form 2019 (D-0870769).DOC
Updated on 16th August 2019