Policy Advisor (Policy), Permanent,
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Not one of us alone can do the job as well as all of us working
The Policy Group is constantly working on improving its cultural capability, so an understanding of Te Ao Māori and Te Tiriti o Waitangi, and the ability to apply this to your work, is particularly
What can we offer
Insight into, and hands-on experience with, policy development at the coalface of Ministerial decision A comprehensive induction and training programme, on-the-job learning opportunities, and support and coaching from more senior policy Being part of a supportive group of graduates all starting out their public sector Public service experience in a Government department committed to making a real difference to all New
This opportunity is in Wellington, world-renowned for its exciting winds and
More information on the Graduate Programme can be found on this
When you choose to work in the Policy Group at Justice Tāhū o Te Ture you'll join a successful Group that is focused on making New Zealand a safe and just society.
The Policy Group provides policy-related services to government, providing well-researched advice on a wide range of justice and constitutional issues.
Policy Group aims to build a more safe and effective criminal justice system, improve access to justice, reduce family and sexual violence, and support democracy, the rule of law, and human rights.
We are committed to honouring our commitments under te Tiriti o
Policy Group shapes the Government's justice policies and provides advice to the Ministers of Justice and for Courts and Associate Ministers of Justice and for Courts.
We administer over 150 Acts of Parliament, making our work very diverse. Our focus on developing high quality policy systems and processes, have meant we are a high performing Policy
Joining the Ministry of Justice means you will become part of an inclusive organisation that values you and the communities we serve.
It's our promise to ensure our workplace is one where our people feel healthy and safe, supported and able to be themselves at work.
We value respect as the foundation for building a positive workplace culture and one where diversity is welcomed and
If this sounds like an opportunity you'd be interested in, please apply
Completing the application Attaching your cover Attaching your Completing and attaching the self-assessment
The self-assessment form is a key part of our shortlisting process, and applications that do not include a completed self-assessment form will not be
Interviews are planned to take place in September in Wellington. If you are not Wellington-based, we can conduct the interview via video call, and you will need to have access to Skype, Zoom or Microsoft Teams for the interview.
Following the interviews, we will let you know whether or not we can offer you a place in the graduate programme before the end of
Please keep an eye on our website for up to date information on when the interviews will be held, and other key
The payband for the Policy Advisor role starts at $54,689 per