Assets & Valuation Manager

  • Parininihi ki Waitotara
  • New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand
  • 10 May, 2018
Full time Valuation Property Manager Property Advisor Asset Manager Portfolio Manager Leadership

Job Description

Tihei Mauriora e te motu. He karanga tēnei ki te waonui a Tane e pa ana ki ngā kaimahi hou kei raro i te korowai a Parininihi ki Waitotara.

Parininihi ki Waitotara (PKW) is a Māori Incorporation based in Taranaki, Aotearoa. Managing a diverse asset portfolio, PKW oversees 20,000 hectares of some of the most productive dairy land in the world, as well as a range of other interests, including crayfish, forestry and commercial property. With a business approach committed to innovative and sustainable asset and land management, PKW protects, manages and invests in shareholders’ assets for future generations.

PKW are seeking an experienced and talented Assets & Valuation Manager for the PKW Group. Applications are invited from those who have the ability to successfully lead the operational management of PKW’s corpus land portfolio, be PKW’s in-house valuer (rural) and expert on Maori Land legislation.

The Assets & Valuation Manager will take responsibility for operational management of the assets and valuation portfolio, including rural land valuation and rent review processes, supporting negotiations for land acquisitions / divestments and overseeing and managing PKW’s landholding records. This position reports to the General Manager Ahuwhenua (Farms).

Key responsibilities of the Assets & Valuation Manager include;

  • Operational team leadership and management
  • Asset innovation & development
  • Valuation and rental reviews
  • In-house expertise on Maori Land legislation
  • Health and safety leadership
  • Team management (people empowerment & development)
  • Relationship & stakeholder management
  • Organisational responsibilities

Preferred candidates for this role will have a minimum 3 years’ experience valuing rural land, managing and developing property assets and be comfortable working with agri-based assets and Maori Land. They will be tertiary educated in a related field and a qualified and registered valuer, preferably rural. 

The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate understanding of Māori aspirations for Māori economic development and of tikanga Māori.

A unique and challenging opportunity, this role represents an exciting next career step for those looking to contribute their expertise in a whanau-based, dynamic and future-focused organisation.

Applicants can request a copy of the position description and application form from Jacqui King via email to  To apply, please email a cover letter, CV and completed application form to the same address. 

Applications for this position will close on Friday 8 June 2018 at 5.00pm.  

Salary Range

On application