Te Puni Kōkiri (Ministry of Māori Development) is a government agency who works within government and communities to achieve our vision of Thriving Whānau.
The wellbeing of whānau, hapū and iwi is central to the future wellbeing of Aotearoa (New Zealand). The very broad role of Te Puni Kōkiri, our access to information and ability to make connections, make us ideally placed to spark innovation.
We work to bring innovation in carrying out our key roles of leading work towards policy and legislative changes as well as innovative approaches that will deliver improved outcomes for Māori.
We influence the work of others by working in partnership, and bring Māori voices to decision makers and we invest with Māori to pursue opportunities, including through funding and partnerships. To achieve this we engage with whānau, hapū and iwi, and partner with other public sector agencies.
Investing in Whānau Futures, Whānau Ora is an innovative, world-leading whānau-centred approach to empowering whānau into the future.
As the Senior Advisor, Ministerials & Reporting, you will be contributing to the delivery of outcomes by building strong relationships within the ministry. You will work collaboratively to deliver investments and implementing investment strategy. As part of your role you will be responsible for collating potential investments, defining technical requirements and monitoring contract compliance.
As the key aspect of your role, you will be responsible for the oversight, coordination and response to relevant ministerial servicing requests and the compliance of organizational reporting as required. You will prepare high quality responses to ministerial requests that include peer reviewing and final quality checks to ensure information provided is on time and completed to a high standard. You will be a team player and take satisfaction in supporting your colleagues on projects and engagements as occasion arises.
To be successful in this role, you will most likely have:
- A law degree or equivalent qualification
- Strong written and proof-reading skills combined with a passion for plain-English documentation
- An understanding of the machinery of government combined with political awareness and a savvy approach to the public sector
- In-depth knowledge and working experience responding to OIA requests, parliamentary questions and requests for ministerial briefings
- A high level of commitment to delivering high quality outputs, maintaining attention to details, whilst pursuing on-time delivery
- Comfort working in relation to written official correspondence and advice to Ministers would be of benefit
How to Apply
If you are interested in applying for this opportunity, please forward your CV and Covering Letter to Find Recruitment, who are assisting us with this recruitment process.
For questions regarding the role contact Tara Frazier via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 027 241 1639.
Applications close Sunday 25 August 2019 at 11:59PM.