Our Vision is to use the past, present and future technology and ingenuity of Aotearoa to educate and inspire the innovators of tomorrow
AUAHATANGA - INNOVATION: We will be courageous and try new things
NGĀTAHITANGA - COLLABORATION: We will work as a team that respects and supports others
MOTUHĒHĒTANGA - INTEGRITY: We will act ethically and with respect and transparency
PŪMAUTANGA - SUSTAINABILITY: We will foster knowledge and promote technology that is beneficial to our community and environment
We will be bold and provide thought leadership that provokes a positive transformative impact on our community
The principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi and The Treaty of Waitangi informs the implementation of our Strategy and guides our actions in the pursuit of our Vision
OBJECTIVE 1: MAXIMISE THE VISITOR EXPERIENCE
OBJECTIVE 2: EMPOWER THE MOTAT TEAM
OBJECTIVE 3: IMPROVE QUALITY OF THE COLLECTION, ITS CARE AND ACCESSIBILITY
OBJECTIVE 4: IMPROVE OUR BUSINESS AND SUSTAINABILITY
OBJECTIVE 5: ENGAGE WITH LIKE MINDED INSTITUTIONS
As a leading Auckland museum and family attraction, MOTAT has a diverse collection of New Zealand’s national transport and technology treasures. These cover the past, present, and future of Aotearoa.
MOTAT's Team is full of passionate people who play their own part in uplifting our kaupapa and preserving collection items. We are a diverse Team that pushes to be the best kaitiaki possible while sharing knowledge amongst ourselves.
No matter your experience level or your knowledge, whether you are young or old, we have roles that work for you. MOTAT prides itself on being an inclusive employer and has several committees and initiatives in place to ensure support and safety of the MOTAT Team.
Join our team as we continue to develop into a place where both local and international visitors explore New Zealand's innovative past, through exciting and interactive exhibitions and events.
Do you have a love of storytelling and knowledge sharing, particularly with youth audiences? Do you bring a Māori worldview to your mahi? Would you like to work with a creative and experienced team sharing and science and technology through digital, audio visual, and written storytelling? We want to hear from you.Position Description Apply here
An exciting opportunity has opened at The Walsh Memorial Library for a library professional to work with MOTAT’s Publications. To be successful in this role, you will need a minimum of two years‘ experience working in a library with a Bachelor’s degree in Library & Information Studies, Museum Studies, or Heritage related qualification.Position DescriptionApply here
As one of the first people our visitors see as they come through the door, your passion for delivering a great experience will see you having a great time while here at work.Position DescriptionApply Here
Are you our next Visitor Experience Manager? Are you collaborative and creative, with the skills and experience to lead a multifaceted team to develop events and programmes for MOTAT’s audiences? Do you bring an understanding of te ao Māori (or a desire to learn) to your mahi? We want to hear from you.Position DescriptionApply here
An exciting new opportunity to have a composite role which will see you delivering education programmes for 6 months of the year and public programmes for the remainder of the year. This is a permanent full time role to learn more click on apply now.Position DescriptionApply here