Organisational Planning and Performance Advisor
New Zealand Parliament
Wellington, NZ
4d ago

We have a 12 month fixed term opportunity (open to secondment as well) for an Organisational Planning and Performance Advisor at the Parliamentary Service.

Te tĪma The team :

Working closely with the Deputy Chief Executive responsible for business planning, this role is part of Te Pātaka Rangahau, te Whakapāpātanga (our Parliamentary Library and Engagement Group) but will work across both the Parliamentary Service and the Office of the Clerk.

Te Pātaka Rangahau, te Whakapāpātanga provides support to Parliament through the provision of trusted library, information and research services, and services related to internal and external communications, education, inter-parliamentary relations and Māori protocols.

Mō te tūnga About the role :

You will help to implement good planning, governance and accountability practices for both the Parliamentary Service and Office of the Clerk.

You will be a part of creating and instilling business planning processes, performance measures framework and producing accountability and strategic documents.

Your strong interpersonal skills and ability to influence will help you to advise and assist in the development of long-term strategy and related accountabilities that are put in place.

Ngā haepapa Responsibilities :

  • Advise and support the implementation of strategic decision making for both organisations.
  • Produce and provide input into accountability documents including strategic intentions, annual reports, select committee questions and review processes, and other statutory documents and reports.
  • Provide input into monthly business planning reporting, identifying key themes / risks and providing advice to senior leaders.
  • Work collaboratively with senior leaders and managers of both the Parliamentary Service and the Office of the Clerk.
  • Support managers to align business plans to the strategic direction of the organisations.
  • Tō kete What you will bring to the role :

  • A tertiary qualification in business or 3+ years' experience in a similar role
  • Ability to effectively plan, coordinate and manage your time by prioritising workflows to meet deadlines
  • Sound knowledge of legislation and how Parliament works
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to negotiate and maintain relationships, particularly with senior stakeholders
  • Why work for Parliamentary Service?

  • We actively represent our values of Accountability, Manaakitanga, Whanaungatanga, Integrity and Empowerment.
  • We offer a range of benefits including study assistance, 5 weeks annual leave and flexible working arrangements. Our ever-changing environment we work in allows us to be part of the action at Parliament including attending question time, select committees and other key events.
  • The appointing salary range for this role is $86,941 to $95,989 per annum. Appointments will be based on skills and experience (please note, the full salary range extends beyond this to allow for tenure progression).

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