Team Lead (L1) - Familiesat Inland Revenue Department
Inland Revenue Department
Wellington, NZ
4d ago
source : New Zealand Government Jobs

About this role

Seeking an opportunity to lead, coach and motivate?

  • Interested in encouraging innovation and empowering your people?
  • Excellent people leadership learnings on offer in the Wellington region
  • Multiple opportunities available, two opportunities in Upper Hutt, one opportunity in Wellington
  • About the Team

    In the Families segment, we distribute Working for Families entitlements and Paid Parental Leave, and we collect and distribute Child Support payments.

    We do the important job of providing the right entitlements or payments at the right time, with empathy for each family's situation.

    Challenge your already established leadership skills and join us as a Team Lead within our Families team. You will be instrumental in managing and mentoring a trusted team who are passionate about the work that they do.

    You'll have the opportunity to work cohesively with your team and our other experienced and driven Team Leads to lead, coach and develop your people to provide quality services and better customer outcomes.

    Role and Responsibilities

    In this role you'll be supporting the Families segment by :

  • Utilising your high level of digital literacy and well-developed ability to make quality decisions
  • Making the most of your change management experience, having a strong people focus and ability to relate to and effectively lead a diverse range of people
  • Demonstrating IR's values through your behaviours and decisions to positively contribute to the economic and social wellbeing of New Zealand
  • Ensuring your people regularly work in an agile way across IR and use insights and intelligence gained to develop solutions for customers
  • Balancing your team's time between delivering customer outcomes and individual growth and learning to ensure a positive employee experience
  • Working with each of your people to ensure their development is proactively planned and well managed
  • Attributes

    To succeed in this role, you will need :

  • Strong leadership skills including mentoring and coaching and a strong desire to learn and grow as a people leader
  • The ability to effectively design, plan, manage and integrate change
  • The ability to make effective decisions considering impacts and interdependencies
  • To lead your people into our new environment
  • This is an exciting opportunity to further develop your leadership skills in a changing environment, to influence a positive culture in your team that will progress your teams capabilities and skills.

    You will need to be available to support your team across their working window.

    The standard hours of work are up to 7 hours 35 minutes per day and 75 hours 50 minutes per fortnight, to be worked between 7.

    00am and 5.00pm Monday to Friday.

    For specific queries and a copy of the role description, please contact IRDcareers and one of our team members will be in touch with you.

    Please submit your application online outlining your skills and experience relevant to the role.

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