Type : Permanent
Hours : Part time - between 24 and 32 hours per week
Location : Wellington
Business Group : Branch Development & Support
Branch : Policy Regulation and Communities
Salary : $120,337-$162,808
Management of Branch accountability reporting
Developing Branch strategies and priorities, and monitoring delivery
Working closely with the DCE and her office on inititatives
Toi Hiranga, also known as Policy, Regulation and Communities (PRC) Branch, is seeking a new Branch Development & Support (BDS) Manager.
In short, the ideal candidate is someone who can think strategically and creatively without getting lost in the detail that any BDS Manager has to be across! The ideal candidate is also going to be a great communicator, and someone able to network across a large & diverse branch within a large & diverse Department.
The BDS Manager is a member of the Toi Hiranga / PRC Leadership Team and plays a vital role in helping that team and the wider branch tick! Ensuring that all accountability, planning, reporting and monitoring requirements are met is a core function of the role.
So, too, is ensuring that Branch strategies and priorities are developed and delivery monitored. The BDS Manager also works closely with the DCE and her Executive Assistant on these and provides advice and support to the DCE as required.
Finally, the BDS Manager represents the Leadership Team on Te Ropū o Tiro Whanui. Te Reopū is committed to helping the Branch achieve the whakaponō of Te Aka Taiwhenua, the Department s Māori strategy.
Working at the Department of Internal Affairs, you ll have the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of New Zealanders.
At the Department of Internal Affairs, the work we do makes New Zealand a better place for those born here, and those new New Zealanders who have chosen to call this country home.
As part of Branch Development and Support in Toi Hiranga / Policy, Regulation and Communities you will have the opportunity to contribute to supporting the safety, wellbeing and success of New Zealand communities, and provide advice and support to our Ministers in Government.
We tackle the meaty, strategic issues in Policy, Regulation and Communities and we need people who like to be close to the action.
DIA offers opportunities to grow. We invest and believe in our people, and offer diverse career opportunities to help them succeed.
If you re looking for a new challenge that encourages you to think innovatively to help make a difference to Aotearoa and its people, then Internal Affairs could be the place for you.
Applications close : 5pm, Tuesday 23 April 2019
For more information please contact : Sue Goile, sue.goile dia.govt.nz
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