We are looking for three senior advisors to support the work of the Investment Planning and Support Team within the Regional Partnerships and Operations Puni.
Mō te Mahi I About the Role
Te Puni Kōkiri oversees over $200 million in initiatives fostered to support Māori development outcomes. Some of this funding is administered by Te Puni Kōkiri, while Crown Entities, Statutory Entities and other organisations oversee the remainder.
Within the Regional Partnerships and Operations Puni there is an Investment Directorate . The Investment Planning and Support Team sits within this Directorate.
This team brings together the Ministry's investment strategy, performance and best practice contracting functions.
More specifically the Team :
co-ordinates the Te Puni Kōkiri investment strategy
provides portfolio and fund planning including supporting the developing of regional investment plans
monitors and reports on overall investment performance
develops and maintains good practice investment tools, policies, guidance, systems and processes
supports the regional investment processes.
Te Wheako ka Kaea Mai e Koe I The Experience You'll Bring
Understanding of the government and the public service and public sector
Commercial and financial expertise or programme and investment management experience.
Highly developed conceptual and analytical skills and experience in developing and implementing workable solutions to ambiguous and complex problems
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
An understanding of social outcomes measurement, evaluation and analysis
Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to operate with a diverse and flexible team of staff including the ability to build, maintain and enhance strategic relationships within Te Puni Kōkiri, across government departments and with other key external stakeholders
An understanding of tikanga, te reo and mātauranga Māori, and Te Tiriti o Waitangi is beneficial.
Te Mahi I Kōnei I Working Here
We are focused on unleashing the potential of our people to provide leadership and to influence the development of initiatives that enable Māori participation and success as Māori.
We are proud to build an environment where people :
Value and enjoy being committed to the kaupapa of Māori succeeding as Māori
Are able to develop, perform and contribute to their fullest potential
Enjoy working in an organisation that reflects their values, is a great place to work and actively supports a good work / life balance.
O Tātou Hua I Our Benefits
There is more to life than just work and we encourage our staff to maintain the right balance between work and personal pursuits.
We recognise that a healthy workforce is a productive one so we're committed to providing opportunities and incentives for our employees to look after themselves, including :
The State Sector Retirement Savings Scheme + KiwiSaver
Optical and Wellness allowances
Work life balance leave
Te Reo Māori proficiency allowance
The provision of enhanced parental leave provisions and childcare allowances.
The closing date is 25 July 2021