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  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington - Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 03-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/NA
  • Job Title: 17/1663 - Census Engagement Advisor - Maori
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  • Wellington - Fixed term until 30 March 2018
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  • Flexible working hours
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  • Internal and external training programmes on offer
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Kei te kimi haere mātou tētahi tangata tika kia eke ki te taumata hou nei, arā, he kaiārahi mō te mahi whakawarea. Mēnā he ngakau nui tāu mō te hāpori Māori, pānuita ngā kōrero i raro iho nei.

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  • Are you passionate about supporting whānau Māori to self-determine their future?
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  • Are you interested in innovation and design?
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  • Are you ready to take an important role in the 2018 Census programme?
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Kei a koe te wā!

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Information from the census helps determine how billions of dollars of government funding is allocated across communities. The data is also used extensively by iwi, businesses, local government and community groups to inform decision making and plan services - services that matter to us all.

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Māori participation in the 2018 Census is critical. These positions will play a leading role in engaging with Māori for the 2018 Census.

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You will be able to translate strategic intent, community values and data sources into regionally specific tactical approaches that are culturally appropriate. You will have a good understanding of the multiple realities or Māori and the breadth of modern challenges that can impact on engagement.

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We are looking for people that can breathe new life into the art of engaging Māori communities.

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As a key member of the 2018 Census Engagement Team, you will provide specialist experience, networks and an understanding of Te Ao Māori to coordinate and support the engagement of Māori communities. Pivotal to the success of the role is your ability to understand the Census Engagement operational approach to support targeted communities to participate in the census. If you have a passion for Māori development, and you are excited about being part of an innovative approach to engaging with Māori, then we would love to hear from you.

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Kāti rā, mēnā he pātai tāu e pā ana ki te taumata mahi nei, tēnā whakahoki mai ki Census HR.

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Applications close 11.59pm - Wednesday, 8 November 2017.

  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Canterbury
  • Date Advertised: 03-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/NAAAA
  • Job Title: 17/1664 Statistical Analyst - Questionnaire Methodology
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Questionnaire Methodology and Development, Standards and Design, Data System Leadership

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  • Christchurch or Wellington
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  • Fixed-term role
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  • SA1 or SA2 level
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Statistics New Zealand has a vacancy for one full-time questionnaire designer in our Questionnaire Methodology and Development (QMD) team to 30 March 2018. The team is currently involved in a wide-ranging work programme of questionnaire redevelopment for social and business surveys. We're a friendly bunch with a supportive and collaborative team culture. We're based in both Christchurch and Wellington. In this role you'll have an opportunity to:

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  • work as part of a team to design, develop and test changes to survey questionnaires to meet quality standards and user needs
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  • use qualitative research techniques to pre-test the performance of questionnaires
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  • identify and promote best practice in survey development.
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The ideal applicant will have experience in, or an aptitude for, survey development and questionnaire design to help Statistics New Zealand design and deliver effective surveys, including paper, online, telephone and face to face surveys. We encourage you to apply for these roles if you:

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  • have a passion for plain English, with excellent oral and written communication skills.
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  • have well developed interpersonal and relationship building skills in order to constructively engage with business units across Statistics New Zealand
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  • value collaboration and enjoy working as part of a team
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  • are a fast learner with initiative and the ability to come up with innovative solutions
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  • have a high attention to detail
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  • have experience in, or an aptitude for, questionnaire design or qualitative research.
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Other skills which would be beneficial but not essential include:

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  • an understanding of user-centred design principles
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  • knowledge or experience in designing questionnaires for the internet
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  • experience using Adobe InDesign or flowcharting tools
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  • experience or training in project management
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In return, you can expect to join a fun, supportive team, in an environment with a genuine focus on work/life balance and the chance to develop a stimulating career. Training in questionnaire design and cognitive interviewing will be provided. Statistics New Zealand is the first source of Official Statistics for anyone making evidence based decisions in government and the community in New Zealand. Our statistics feature every day in newspapers and on the radio, internet and television - telling real stories about real issues.

  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington - Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 03-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/NAA
  • Job Title: 17/1664 Statistical Analyst - Questionnaire Methodology
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  • Division:
  • Summary:

Questionnaire Methodology and Development, Standards and Design, Data System Leadership

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  • Christchurch or Wellington
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  • Fixed-term role
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  • SA1 or SA2 level
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Statistics New Zealand has a vacancy for one full-time questionnaire designer in our Questionnaire Methodology and Development (QMD) team to 30 March 2018. The team is currently involved in a wide-ranging work programme of questionnaire redevelopment for social and business surveys. We're a friendly bunch with a supportive and collaborative team culture. We're based in both Christchurch and Wellington. In this role you'll have an opportunity to:

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  • work as part of a team to design, develop and test changes to survey questionnaires to meet quality standards and user needs
  • n
  • use qualitative research techniques to pre-test the performance of questionnaires
  • n
  • identify and promote best practice in survey development.
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The ideal applicant will have experience in, or an aptitude for, survey development and questionnaire design to help Statistics New Zealand design and deliver effective surveys, including paper, online, telephone and face to face surveys. We encourage you to apply for these roles if you:

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  • have a passion for plain English, with excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • n
  • have well developed interpersonal and relationship building skills in order to constructively engage with business units across Statistics New Zealand
  • n
  • value collaboration and enjoy working as part of a team
  • n
  • are a fast learner with initiative and the ability to come up with innovative solutions
  • n
  • have a high attention to detail
  • n
  • have experience in, or an aptitude for, questionnaire design or qualitative research.
  • n
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Other skills which would be beneficial but not essential include:

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  • an understanding of user-centred design principles
  • n
  • knowledge or experience in designing questionnaires for the internet
  • n
  • experience using Adobe InDesign or flowcharting tools
  • n
  • experience or training in project management
  • n
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In return, you can expect to join a fun, supportive team, in an environment with a genuine focus on work/life balance and the chance to develop a stimulating career. Training in questionnaire design and cognitive interviewing will be provided. Statistics New Zealand is the first source of Official Statistics for anyone making evidence based decisions in government and the community in New Zealand. Our statistics feature every day in newspapers and on the radio, internet and television - telling real stories about real issues.

  • Job Type: Fixed Term Contract
  • Category:
  • Location: Southland
  • Date Advertised: 06-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/1665110
  • Job Title: 17/1665 - Survey Interviewer
  • Business Unit:
  • Division:
  • Summary:

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  • Various Locations - Fixed-Term Opportunities for 15 months (Jan 2018 - March 2019)
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  • Flexible working hours
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  • Internal and external training programmes on offer
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Do you enjoy talking and interacting with people from all "walks of life"? Are you flexible and willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done?

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As a Survey Interviewer you will be visiting selected households to conduct face-to-face interviews. You'll be given all the tools you need to succeed, great training and on-going support.

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We guarantee minimum of 35 hours work per fortnight but from time to time there is more work available if you agree to it. This is a role in which hours will vary, including both evening and weekend work.

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Person Specifications

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Our work and environment is based around excellent customer service. This means that you need to be:

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  • a good communicator
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  • able to interact with a diverse range of people
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  • able to manage your time well
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  • an excellent listener
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  • flexible with working hours
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  • well organised and approachable
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  • calm under pressure.
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The successful applicant will be:

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  • confident with a computer
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  • have a current clean New Zealand driver's licence
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  • own a reliable vehicle
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  • have access to a broadband internet connection at home
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  • market research or door sales experience will be of advantage.
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Who we are

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Stats NZ Tatauranga Aotearoa is New Zealand's official data and statistics agency. Our vision is to unleash the power of data to change lives. We lead the way for New Zealand's data future, and we're looking for passionate people to help us do this.

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We're responsible for collecting and releasing data safely. We provide statistics and insights that help key decision makers make informed decisions for the betterment of New Zealand. We also provide expert advice and support to others who work with data and statistics.

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We have a proud history as a reliable government department, always operating with integrity and being fair, impartial, responsible, and trustworthy in everything we do.

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At Stats NZ, you can expect to work with fantastic people in a flexible work environment where diversity is celebrated.

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Applications close 11.59pm - Sunday, 19 November 2017.

  • Job Type: Fixed Term Contract
  • Category:
  • Location: Northland
  • Date Advertised: 06-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/16659
  • Job Title: 17/1665 - Survey Interviewer
  • Business Unit:
  • Division:
  • Summary:

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  • Various Locations - Fixed-Term Opportunities for 15 months (Jan 2018 - March 2019)
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  • Flexible working hours
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  • Internal and external training programmes on offer
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Do you enjoy talking and interacting with people from all "walks of life"? Are you flexible and willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done?

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As a Survey Interviewer you will be visiting selected households to conduct face-to-face interviews. You'll be given all the tools you need to succeed, great training and on-going support.

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We guarantee minimum of 35 hours work per fortnight but from time to time there is more work available if you agree to it. This is a role in which hours will vary, including both evening and weekend work.

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Person Specifications

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Our work and environment is based around excellent customer service. This means that you need to be:

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  • a good communicator
  • n
  • able to interact with a diverse range of people
  • n
  • able to manage your time well
  • n
  • an excellent listener
  • n
  • flexible with working hours
  • n
  • well organised and approachable
  • n
  • calm under pressure.
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The successful applicant will be:

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  • confident with a computer
  • n
  • have a current clean New Zealand driver's licence
  • n
  • own a reliable vehicle
  • n
  • have access to a broadband internet connection at home
  • n
  • market research or door sales experience will be of advantage.
  • n
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Who we are

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Stats NZ Tatauranga Aotearoa is New Zealand's official data and statistics agency. Our vision is to unleash the power of data to change lives. We lead the way for New Zealand's data future, and we're looking for passionate people to help us do this.

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We're responsible for collecting and releasing data safely. We provide statistics and insights that help key decision makers make informed decisions for the betterment of New Zealand. We also provide expert advice and support to others who work with data and statistics.

n

We have a proud history as a reliable government department, always operating with integrity and being fair, impartial, responsible, and trustworthy in everything we do.

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At Stats NZ, you can expect to work with fantastic people in a flexible work environment where diversity is celebrated.

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Applications close 11.59pm - Sunday, 19 November 2017.

  • Job Type: Fixed Term Contract
  • Category:
  • Location: Otago
  • Date Advertised: 06-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/16658
  • Job Title: 17/1665 - Survey Interviewer
  • Business Unit:
  • Division:
  • Summary:

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  • Various Locations - Fixed-Term Opportunities for 15 months (Jan 2018 - March 2019)
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  • Flexible working hours
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  • Internal and external training programmes on offer
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Do you enjoy talking and interacting with people from all "walks of life"? Are you flexible and willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done?

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As a Survey Interviewer you will be visiting selected households to conduct face-to-face interviews. You'll be given all the tools you need to succeed, great training and on-going support.

n

We guarantee minimum of 35 hours work per fortnight but from time to time there is more work available if you agree to it. This is a role in which hours will vary, including both evening and weekend work.

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Person Specifications

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Our work and environment is based around excellent customer service. This means that you need to be:

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    n
  • a good communicator
  • n
  • able to interact with a diverse range of people
  • n
  • able to manage your time well
  • n
  • an excellent listener
  • n
  • flexible with working hours
  • n
  • well organised and approachable
  • n
  • calm under pressure.
  • n
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The successful applicant will be:

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    n
  • confident with a computer
  • n
  • have a current clean New Zealand driver's licence
  • n
  • own a reliable vehicle
  • n
  • have access to a broadband internet connection at home
  • n
  • market research or door sales experience will be of advantage.
  • n
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Who we are

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Stats NZ Tatauranga Aotearoa is New Zealand's official data and statistics agency. Our vision is to unleash the power of data to change lives. We lead the way for New Zealand's data future, and we're looking for passionate people to help us do this.

n

We're responsible for collecting and releasing data safely. We provide statistics and insights that help key decision makers make informed decisions for the betterment of New Zealand. We also provide expert advice and support to others who work with data and statistics.

n

We have a proud history as a reliable government department, always operating with integrity and being fair, impartial, responsible, and trustworthy in everything we do.

n

At Stats NZ, you can expect to work with fantastic people in a flexible work environment where diversity is celebrated.

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Applications close 11.59pm - Sunday, 19 November 2017.

  • Job Type: Fixed Term Contract
  • Category:
  • Location: Manawatu - Wanganui
  • Date Advertised: 06-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/16655
  • Job Title: 17/1665 - Survey Interviewer
  • Business Unit:
  • Division:
  • Summary:

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  • Various Locations - Fixed-Term Opportunities for 15 months (Jan 2018 - March 2019)
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  • Flexible working hours
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  • Internal and external training programmes on offer
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Do you enjoy talking and interacting with people from all "walks of life"? Are you flexible and willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done?

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As a Survey Interviewer you will be visiting selected households to conduct face-to-face interviews. You'll be given all the tools you need to succeed, great training and on-going support.

n

We guarantee minimum of 35 hours work per fortnight but from time to time there is more work available if you agree to it. This is a role in which hours will vary, including both evening and weekend work.

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Person Specifications

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Our work and environment is based around excellent customer service. This means that you need to be:

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    n
  • a good communicator
  • n
  • able to interact with a diverse range of people
  • n
  • able to manage your time well
  • n
  • an excellent listener
  • n
  • flexible with working hours
  • n
  • well organised and approachable
  • n
  • calm under pressure.
  • n
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The successful applicant will be:

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    n
  • confident with a computer
  • n
  • have a current clean New Zealand driver's licence
  • n
  • own a reliable vehicle
  • n
  • have access to a broadband internet connection at home
  • n
  • market research or door sales experience will be of advantage.
  • n
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Who we are

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Stats NZ Tatauranga Aotearoa is New Zealand's official data and statistics agency. Our vision is to unleash the power of data to change lives. We lead the way for New Zealand's data future, and we're looking for passionate people to help us do this.

n

We're responsible for collecting and releasing data safely. We provide statistics and insights that help key decision makers make informed decisions for the betterment of New Zealand. We also provide expert advice and support to others who work with data and statistics.

n

We have a proud history as a reliable government department, always operating with integrity and being fair, impartial, responsible, and trustworthy in everything we do.

n

At Stats NZ, you can expect to work with fantastic people in a flexible work environment where diversity is celebrated.

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Applications close 11.59pm - Sunday, 19 November 2017.

  • Job Type: Fixed Term Contract
  • Category:
  • Location: Waikato
  • Date Advertised: 06-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/16654
  • Job Title: 17/1665 - Survey Interviewer
  • Business Unit:
  • Division:
  • Summary:

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  • Various Locations - Fixed-Term Opportunities for 15 months (Jan 2018 - March 2019)
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  • Flexible working hours
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  • Internal and external training programmes on offer
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Do you enjoy talking and interacting with people from all "walks of life"? Are you flexible and willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done?

n

As a Survey Interviewer you will be visiting selected households to conduct face-to-face interviews. You'll be given all the tools you need to succeed, great training and on-going support.

n

We guarantee minimum of 35 hours work per fortnight but from time to time there is more work available if you agree to it. This is a role in which hours will vary, including both evening and weekend work.

n

Person Specifications

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Our work and environment is based around excellent customer service. This means that you need to be:

n
    n
  • a good communicator
  • n
  • able to interact with a diverse range of people
  • n
  • able to manage your time well
  • n
  • an excellent listener
  • n
  • flexible with working hours
  • n
  • well organised and approachable
  • n
  • calm under pressure.
  • n
n

The successful applicant will be:

n
    n
  • confident with a computer
  • n
  • have a current clean New Zealand driver's licence
  • n
  • own a reliable vehicle
  • n
  • have access to a broadband internet connection at home
  • n
  • market research or door sales experience will be of advantage.
  • n
n

Who we are

n

Stats NZ Tatauranga Aotearoa is New Zealand's official data and statistics agency. Our vision is to unleash the power of data to change lives. We lead the way for New Zealand's data future, and we're looking for passionate people to help us do this.

n

We're responsible for collecting and releasing data safely. We provide statistics and insights that help key decision makers make informed decisions for the betterment of New Zealand. We also provide expert advice and support to others who work with data and statistics.

n

We have a proud history as a reliable government department, always operating with integrity and being fair, impartial, responsible, and trustworthy in everything we do.

n

At Stats NZ, you can expect to work with fantastic people in a flexible work environment where diversity is celebrated.

n

Applications close 11.59pm - Sunday, 19 November 2017.

  • Job Type: Fixed Term Contract
  • Category:
  • Location: Bay of Plenty
  • Date Advertised: 06-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/16653
  • Job Title: 17/1665 - Survey Interviewer
  • Business Unit:
  • Division:
  • Summary:

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  • Various Locations - Fixed-Term Opportunities for 15 months (Jan 2018 - March 2019)
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  • Flexible working hours
  • n
  • Internal and external training programmes on offer
  • n
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Do you enjoy talking and interacting with people from all "walks of life"? Are you flexible and willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done?

n

As a Survey Interviewer you will be visiting selected households to conduct face-to-face interviews. You'll be given all the tools you need to succeed, great training and on-going support.

n

We guarantee minimum of 35 hours work per fortnight but from time to time there is more work available if you agree to it. This is a role in which hours will vary, including both evening and weekend work.

n

Person Specifications

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Our work and environment is based around excellent customer service. This means that you need to be:

n
    n
  • a good communicator
  • n
  • able to interact with a diverse range of people
  • n
  • able to manage your time well
  • n
  • an excellent listener
  • n
  • flexible with working hours
  • n
  • well organised and approachable
  • n
  • calm under pressure.
  • n
n

The successful applicant will be:

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    n
  • confident with a computer
  • n
  • have a current clean New Zealand driver's licence
  • n
  • own a reliable vehicle
  • n
  • have access to a broadband internet connection at home
  • n
  • market research or door sales experience will be of advantage.
  • n
n

Who we are

n

Stats NZ Tatauranga Aotearoa is New Zealand's official data and statistics agency. Our vision is to unleash the power of data to change lives. We lead the way for New Zealand's data future, and we're looking for passionate people to help us do this.

n

We're responsible for collecting and releasing data safely. We provide statistics and insights that help key decision makers make informed decisions for the betterment of New Zealand. We also provide expert advice and support to others who work with data and statistics.

n

We have a proud history as a reliable government department, always operating with integrity and being fair, impartial, responsible, and trustworthy in everything we do.

n

At Stats NZ, you can expect to work with fantastic people in a flexible work environment where diversity is celebrated.

n

Applications close 11.59pm - Sunday, 19 November 2017.

  • Job Type: Fixed Term Contract
  • Category:
  • Location: Bay of Plenty
  • Date Advertised: 06-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/16652
  • Job Title: 17/1665 - Survey Interviewer
  • Business Unit:
  • Division:
  • Summary:

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  • Various Locations - Fixed-Term Opportunities for 15 months (Jan 2018 - March 2019)
  • n
  • Flexible working hours
  • n
  • Internal and external training programmes on offer
  • n
n

Do you enjoy talking and interacting with people from all "walks of life"? Are you flexible and willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done?

n

As a Survey Interviewer you will be visiting selected households to conduct face-to-face interviews. You'll be given all the tools you need to succeed, great training and on-going support.

n

We guarantee minimum of 35 hours work per fortnight but from time to time there is more work available if you agree to it. This is a role in which hours will vary, including both evening and weekend work.

n

Person Specifications

n

Our work and environment is based around excellent customer service. This means that you need to be:

n
    n
  • a good communicator
  • n
  • able to interact with a diverse range of people
  • n
  • able to manage your time well
  • n
  • an excellent listener
  • n
  • flexible with working hours
  • n
  • well organised and approachable
  • n
  • calm under pressure.
  • n
n

The successful applicant will be:

n
    n
  • confident with a computer
  • n
  • have a current clean New Zealand driver's licence
  • n
  • own a reliable vehicle
  • n
  • have access to a broadband internet connection at home
  • n
  • market research or door sales experience will be of advantage.
  • n
n

Who we are

n

Stats NZ Tatauranga Aotearoa is New Zealand's official data and statistics agency. Our vision is to unleash the power of data to change lives. We lead the way for New Zealand's data future, and we're looking for passionate people to help us do this.

n

We're responsible for collecting and releasing data safely. We provide statistics and insights that help key decision makers make informed decisions for the betterment of New Zealand. We also provide expert advice and support to others who work with data and statistics.

n

We have a proud history as a reliable government department, always operating with integrity and being fair, impartial, responsible, and trustworthy in everything we do.

n

At Stats NZ, you can expect to work with fantastic people in a flexible work environment where diversity is celebrated.

n

Applications close 11.59pm - Sunday, 19 November 2017.

  • Job Type: Fixed Term Contract
  • Category:
  • Location: Waikato
  • Date Advertised: 06-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/16651
  • Job Title: 17/1665 - Survey Interviewer
  • Business Unit:
  • Division:
  • Summary:

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  • Various Locations - Fixed-Term Opportunities for 15 months (Jan 2018 - March 2019)
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  • Flexible working hours
  • n
  • Internal and external training programmes on offer
  • n
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Do you enjoy talking and interacting with people from all "walks of life"? Are you flexible and willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done?

n

As a Survey Interviewer you will be visiting selected households to conduct face-to-face interviews. You'll be given all the tools you need to succeed, great training and on-going support.

n

We guarantee minimum of 35 hours work per fortnight but from time to time there is more work available if you agree to it. This is a role in which hours will vary, including both evening and weekend work.

n

Person Specifications

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Our work and environment is based around excellent customer service. This means that you need to be:

n
    n
  • a good communicator
  • n
  • able to interact with a diverse range of people
  • n
  • able to manage your time well
  • n
  • an excellent listener
  • n
  • flexible with working hours
  • n
  • well organised and approachable
  • n
  • calm under pressure.
  • n
n

The successful applicant will be:

n
    n
  • confident with a computer
  • n
  • have a current clean New Zealand driver's licence
  • n
  • own a reliable vehicle
  • n
  • have access to a broadband internet connection at home
  • n
  • market research or door sales experience will be of advantage.
  • n
n

Who we are

n

Stats NZ Tatauranga Aotearoa is New Zealand's official data and statistics agency. Our vision is to unleash the power of data to change lives. We lead the way for New Zealand's data future, and we're looking for passionate people to help us do this.

n

We're responsible for collecting and releasing data safely. We provide statistics and insights that help key decision makers make informed decisions for the betterment of New Zealand. We also provide expert advice and support to others who work with data and statistics.

n

We have a proud history as a reliable government department, always operating with integrity and being fair, impartial, responsible, and trustworthy in everything we do.

n

At Stats NZ, you can expect to work with fantastic people in a flexible work environment where diversity is celebrated.

n

Applications close 11.59pm - Sunday, 19 November 2017.

  • Job Type: Fixed Term Contract
  • Category:
  • Location: Auckland
  • Date Advertised: 06-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/1665
  • Job Title: 17/1665 - Survey Interviewer
  • Business Unit:
  • Division:
  • Summary:

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  • Various Locations - Fixed-Term Opportunities for 15 months (Jan 2018 - March 2019)
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  • Flexible working hours
  • n
  • Internal and external training programmes on offer
  • n
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Do you enjoy talking and interacting with people from all "walks of life"? Are you flexible and willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done?

n

As a Survey Interviewer you will be visiting selected households to conduct face-to-face interviews. You'll be given all the tools you need to succeed, great training and on-going support.

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We guarantee minimum of 35 hours work per fortnight but from time to time there is more work available if you agree to it. This is a role in which hours will vary, including both evening and weekend work.

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Our work and environment is based around excellent customer service. This means that you need to be:

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  • have a current clean New Zealand driver's licence
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  • have access to a broadband internet connection at home
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  • market research or door sales experience will be of advantage.
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Who we are

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Stats NZ Tatauranga Aotearoa is New Zealand's official data and statistics agency. Our vision is to unleash the power of data to change lives. We lead the way for New Zealand's data future, and we're looking for passionate people to help us do this.

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We're responsible for collecting and releasing data safely. We provide statistics and insights that help key decision makers make informed decisions for the betterment of New Zealand. We also provide expert advice and support to others who work with data and statistics.

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We have a proud history as a reliable government department, always operating with integrity and being fair, impartial, responsible, and trustworthy in everything we do.

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At Stats NZ, you can expect to work with fantastic people in a flexible work environment where diversity is celebrated.

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Applications close 11.59pm - Sunday, 19 November 2017.

  • Job Type: Fixed Term Contract
  • Category:
  • Location: Otago
  • Date Advertised: 06-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/16657
  • Job Title: 17/1665 - Survey Interviewer
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  • Various Locations - Fixed-Term Opportunities for 15 months (Jan 2018 - March 2019)
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Do you enjoy talking and interacting with people from all "walks of life"? Are you flexible and willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done?

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As a Survey Interviewer you will be visiting selected households to conduct face-to-face interviews. You'll be given all the tools you need to succeed, great training and on-going support.

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We guarantee minimum of 35 hours work per fortnight but from time to time there is more work available if you agree to it. This is a role in which hours will vary, including both evening and weekend work.

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Person Specifications

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Our work and environment is based around excellent customer service. This means that you need to be:

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  • a good communicator
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  • able to interact with a diverse range of people
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  • able to manage your time well
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  • an excellent listener
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  • flexible with working hours
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  • well organised and approachable
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  • calm under pressure.
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The successful applicant will be:

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  • confident with a computer
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  • have a current clean New Zealand driver's licence
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  • own a reliable vehicle
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  • have access to a broadband internet connection at home
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  • market research or door sales experience will be of advantage.
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Who we are

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Stats NZ Tatauranga Aotearoa is New Zealand's official data and statistics agency. Our vision is to unleash the power of data to change lives. We lead the way for New Zealand's data future, and we're looking for passionate people to help us do this.

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We're responsible for collecting and releasing data safely. We provide statistics and insights that help key decision makers make informed decisions for the betterment of New Zealand. We also provide expert advice and support to others who work with data and statistics.

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We have a proud history as a reliable government department, always operating with integrity and being fair, impartial, responsible, and trustworthy in everything we do.

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At Stats NZ, you can expect to work with fantastic people in a flexible work environment where diversity is celebrated.

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Applications close 11.59pm - Sunday, 19 November 2017.

  • Job Type: Fixed Term Contract
  • Category:
  • Location: Canterbury
  • Date Advertised: 06-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/16656
  • Job Title: 17/1665 - Survey Interviewer
  • Business Unit:
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  • Various Locations - Fixed-Term Opportunities for 15 months (Jan 2018 - March 2019)
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  • Internal and external training programmes on offer
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Do you enjoy talking and interacting with people from all "walks of life"? Are you flexible and willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done?

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As a Survey Interviewer you will be visiting selected households to conduct face-to-face interviews. You'll be given all the tools you need to succeed, great training and on-going support.

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We guarantee minimum of 35 hours work per fortnight but from time to time there is more work available if you agree to it. This is a role in which hours will vary, including both evening and weekend work.

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Person Specifications

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Our work and environment is based around excellent customer service. This means that you need to be:

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  • a good communicator
  • n
  • able to interact with a diverse range of people
  • n
  • able to manage your time well
  • n
  • an excellent listener
  • n
  • flexible with working hours
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  • well organised and approachable
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  • calm under pressure.
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The successful applicant will be:

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  • confident with a computer
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  • have a current clean New Zealand driver's licence
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  • own a reliable vehicle
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  • have access to a broadband internet connection at home
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  • market research or door sales experience will be of advantage.
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Who we are

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Stats NZ Tatauranga Aotearoa is New Zealand's official data and statistics agency. Our vision is to unleash the power of data to change lives. We lead the way for New Zealand's data future, and we're looking for passionate people to help us do this.

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We're responsible for collecting and releasing data safely. We provide statistics and insights that help key decision makers make informed decisions for the betterment of New Zealand. We also provide expert advice and support to others who work with data and statistics.

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We have a proud history as a reliable government department, always operating with integrity and being fair, impartial, responsible, and trustworthy in everything we do.

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At Stats NZ, you can expect to work with fantastic people in a flexible work environment where diversity is celebrated.

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Applications close 11.59pm - Sunday, 19 November 2017.

  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Canterbury
  • Date Advertised: 07-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/1669
  • Job Title: 17/1669 Senior Solutions Architect
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We offer you the opportunity to:

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  • be a key part of our Enterprise Architecture team
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As one of our Senior Solutions Architects you will be accountable for developing architecture solutions that will help Statistics New Zealand deliver to its strategic goals. You will contribute to strategic discussions regarding production implementation planning and transitioning, capture and represent key organisational and business goals and objectives in appropriate solution architecture artefacts, and be responsible for ensuring the development of solution architectures which satisfy business needs and are cost effective and efficient. You will collaborate fully with all Enterprise Architecture team members and participate in all team communication activities, including reviewing the effectiveness of our technical documentation and associated communication artefacts.

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Essential Attributes:

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The key accountabilities of your role are to:

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  • develop processes, standards and recommendations of best practice that will enhance and further develop the Solution Architecture and our Enterprise Architecture
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  • partner with business initiatives to understand requirements and deliver architectural capabilities in support of enterprise outcomes, guiding these initiatives towards strategic solutions
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  • provide expert solution architecture input into Stats NZ's enterprise architecture framework
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  • build and maintain effective communication links with internal and external stakeholders
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  • conduct system architecture studies of new and existing solutions to permit development of integrated systems that operate at low cost levels
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  • act as key resource to drive and deliver architectural deliverables under minimal supervision.
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To succeed in this role you will have the following:

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  • Tertiary qualification in a relevant field or equivalent work experience (e.g. five or more years working as a senior developer, senior business analyst, Project Manager or equivalent)
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  • 7-10 years' experience within the ICT industry
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  • Ability to research, discover solutions and write reports and recommendations at a high level
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  • Ability to integrate and adapt to new project teams quickly and seamlessly
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  • The ability to hit the ground running in a fast pace environment
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  • Strong interest in developing yourself and your skills
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  • Demonstrable leadership characteristics in negotiation and change
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  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
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  • The ability to solve problems by applying creative as well as logical thinking
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If you are talented, have a strong customer focus, enjoy connecting and communicating with others and are switched on with loads of initiative, then we would love to hear from you.

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Who we are

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Stats NZ Tatauranga Aotearoa is New Zealand's official data and statistics agency. Our vision is to unleash the power of data to change lives. We lead the way for New Zealand's data future, and we're looking for passionate people to help us do this.

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We're responsible for collecting and releasing data safely. We provide statistics and insights that help key decision makers make informed decisions for the betterment of New Zealand. We also provide expert advice and support to others who work with data and statistics.

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We have a proud history as a reliable government department, always operating with integrity and being fair, impartial, responsible, and trustworthy in everything we do.

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At Stats NZ, you can expect to work with fantastic people in a flexible work environment where diversity is celebrated.

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Applications close 11:59pm Tuesday, 21 November 2017.

  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington - Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 10-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/16709
  • Job Title: 17/1670 - Statistical Analyst - Level One and Two Recruitment Round
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  • Permanent and Fixed Term Opportunities for 18 Months - Wellington (Fixed-term opportunity also available in Christchurch)
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Stats NZ's vision is to "unleash the power of data to change lives," and these roles are key to achieving that vision.

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We are seeking inquisitive and driven individuals interested in Statistical Analyst roles, ranging from graduate level to Statistical Analyst Level Two, who are passionate about telling the stories of New Zealand through data. Join our team of over 200 analysts in a range of specialist areas where you will be responsible for providing a wide range of data, and statistical products and services.

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To be successful in this role, you will have:

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  • the ability to apply conceptual frameworks to interpreting data analysis through manipulation tools
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  • the ability to build productive working relationships by engaging and collaborating with suppliers and customers of data, to provide excellent customer focus and improve the data and insights we produce
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  • a passion to apply analytical thinking to collated data to ensure reliable and accurate results are provided to tell meaningful stories for New Zealanders
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  • strong oral and written communication skills
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  • demonstrate initiative to refine and transform processes, and explore links between data.
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We encourage applicants to apply who have a diverse range of academic backgrounds, as we produce statistics covering a variety of topics critical for decision making in New Zealand. A tertiary qualification is essential.

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You must maintain citizenship, residency, or hold a valid work permit at any time while working with Stats NZ.

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Pay Grades

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The paygrade for a Graduate Statistical Analyst is $49,000 - $59,000, Statistical Analyst - Level One $59,000 - $80,000, and Statistical Analyst - Level Two $68,000 - $92,000.

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Who we are

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Stats NZ Tatauranga Aotearoa is New Zealand's official data and statistics agency. Our vision is to unleash the power of data to change lives. We lead the way for New Zealand's data future, and we're looking for passionate people to help us do this.

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We're responsible for collecting and releasing data safely. We provide statistics and insights that help key decision makers make informed decisions for the betterment of New Zealand. We also provide expert advice and support to others who work with data and statistics.

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We have a proud history as a reliable government department, always operating with integrity and being fair, impartial, responsible, and trustworthy in everything we do.

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At Stats NZ, you can expect to work with fantastic people in a flexible work environment where diversity is celebrated.

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Interviews for these positions are tentatively scheduled for Monday, 4 - Friday, 15 December.

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If this sounds like the role for you, please submit your application.

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Applications close 11.59pm - Sunday, 26 November 2017.

  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Canterbury
  • Date Advertised: 16-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/1670R
  • Job Title: 17/1670 - Technical Analyst - Christchurch
  • Business Unit:
  • Division:
  • Summary:

Fixed term until 30th June 2018 - Christchurch.

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The purpose of the role

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Statistical Infrastructure is leading the implementation of a new processing platform providing enterprise capabilities which enable and empower Stats NZ business units to unleash the power of their data. Additionally, we also provide business support for some key organisational capabilities to enable our business units to reliably deliver to customers.

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As a Technical Analyst, you will enjoy problem solving and turning challenges into opportunities. You will enjoy using your superior organisation and attention to detail skills, working to a high level of performance, with competing priorities, contributing to the success of the 2018 Census. Your ability to build strong relationships will allow you to become an integral part of our project team and assist our "Product Owner" to maintain overall quality control and end-to-end customer relations.

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  • Conduct analysis of business issues and challenges, participate in the development and implementation of solutions
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  • Assist the "Product Owner" in translating customer requirements into stories suitable for developers
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We encourage you to apply for this role if you have:

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  • the ability to review, consult and redesign end to end business processes to be more efficient and effective for stakeholders
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  • the ability to quickly learn and understand our Statistical Infrastructure capabilities especially ETL software (i.e. Pentaho Data Integration)
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  • an advanced knowledge of programming design techniques, tools and best practices, especially using 'R'
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  • knowledge of statistical processing methodology would be an advantage but not essential
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  • outstanding communication (verbal and written) and interpersonal skills.
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Contact details

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For more information please contact Darren Allan on darren.allan@stats.govt.nz or 021 516 337 or Blair Cardno on blair.cardno@stats.govt.nz or 021 190 4242.

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Who we are

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Stats NZ Tatauranga Aotearoa is New Zealand's official data and statistics agency. Our vision is to unleash the power of data to change lives. We lead the way for New Zealand's data future, and we're looking for passionate people to help us do this.

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We're responsible for collecting and releasing data safely. We provide statistics and insights that help key decision makers make informed decisions for the betterment of New Zealand. We also provide expert advice and support to others who work with data and statistics.

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We have a proud history as a reliable government department, always operating with integrity and being fair, impartial, responsible, and trustworthy in everything we do.

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At Stats NZ, you can expect to work with fantastic people in a flexible work environment where diversity is celebrated.

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Applications close Wednesday, 29 November 2017. Please apply online.

  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Canterbury
  • Date Advertised: 09-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/1670
  • Job Title: 17/1670 Technical Analyst
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The purpose of the role

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Statistical Infrastructure is leading the implementation of a new processing platform providing enterprise capabilities which enable and empower Stats NZ business units to unleash the power of their data. Additionally, we also provide business support for some key organisational capabilities to enable our business units to reliably deliver to customers.

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As a Technical Analyst, you will enjoy problem solving and turning challenges into opportunities. You will enjoy using your superior organisation and attention to detail skills, working to a high level of performance, with competing priorities, contributing to the success of 2018 Census. Your ability to build strong relationships will allow you to become an integral part of our project team and assist our "Product Owner" to maintain overall quality control and end-to-end customer relations.

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What you'll be doing:

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  • conduct analysis of business issues and challenges, participate in the development and implementation of solutions
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  • develop, implement and support continuous improvement of agreed business process models, documentation and procedures
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  • work with customers to formulate and scope new statistical and business processes and act as their advocate throughout the implementation process
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  • assist the "Product Owner" in translating customer requirements into stories suitable for developers
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Person specifications

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We encourage you to apply for this role if you have:

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  • ability to review, consult and redesign end to end business processes to be more efficient and effective for stakeholders
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  • ability to quickly learn and understand our Statistical Infrastructure capabilities especially ETL software (i.e. Pentaho Data Integration)
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  • advanced knowledge of programming design techniques, tools and best practices, especially using ‘R'
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  • knowledge of statistical processing methodology would be an advantage but not essential
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  • outstanding communication (verbal & written) and interpersonal skills
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For more information please contact Darren Allan on darren.allan@stats.govt.nz or 021 516 337 or Blair Cardno on blair.cardno@stats.govt.nz or 021 190 4242.

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Who we are

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Stats NZ Tatauranga Aotearoa is New Zealand's official data and statistics agency. Our vision is to unleash the power of data to change lives. We lead the way for New Zealand's data future, and we're looking for passionate people to help us do this.

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We're responsible for collecting and releasing data safely. We provide statistics and insights that help key decision makers make informed decisions for the betterment of New Zealand. We also provide expert advice and support to others who work with data and statistics.

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We have a proud history as a reliable government department, always operating with integrity and being fair, impartial, responsible, and trustworthy in everything we do.

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At Stats NZ, you can expect to work with fantastic people in a flexible work environment where diversity is celebrated.

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Applications close 11:59pm Tuesday, 22 November 2017.

  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington - Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 15-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/1671R
  • Job Title: 17/1671 - Statistical Analyst Level 1 or 2 - Christchurch or Wellington
  • Business Unit:
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The purpose of the role:

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  • Do you have a background in statistical knowledge and methodology, and the ability to apply this in a practical environment?
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  • Are you looking for an opportunity to play an active part in a community of statisticians?
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  • Are you customer focussed and driven?
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  • Are you keen to work on a variety of projects?
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  • Do you want to share your knowledge with Stats NZ teams and external organisations?
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The Statistical Methods branch provides statistical leadership and methodological solutions to Stats NZ and across the Public sector. Our role is to develop and promote quality methods and focussed innovation to help produce critical statistics and to more widely unleash the power of data. We provide leadership in statistical methods such as sampling, time series, confidentiality, data integration, data modelling and statistical computing.

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Person specifications

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We are looking for statistical analysts who are able to provide support and advice for a range of statistical methodologies. Experience in this field would be an advantage, but we are also looking for promising entry level candidates. The positions are in a team working on household surveys and population data, but applicants would be expected to be willing and able to work across a range of statistical methodologies for a range of Stats NZ's collections and projects.

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To be successful in this role, you will:

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  • have a good degree in mathematics and/or statistics, or with a high component of these or related subjects
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  • have experience in creating hypotheses and conducting research
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  • have the ability to think critically about situations, and look broadly for solutions
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  • be interested in applying your methodological skills and knowledge to a range of work in a practical environment, and to keep on learning
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  • be able to work effectively in statistical programming languages such as SAS and R
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  • have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and be confident in presenting your work in plain English
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  • have the ability to work well in a team environment and form effective relationships with a range of people
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  • have the ability to get things done with limited supervision
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  • be able to plan to deliver your work to meet time and quality requirements, and also to deal with changing priorities.
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Who we are

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Stats NZ Tatauranga Aotearoa is New Zealand's official data and statistics agency. Our vision is to unleash the power of data to change lives. We lead the way for New Zealand's data future, and we're looking for passionate people to help us do this.

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We're responsible for collecting and releasing data safely. We provide statistics and insights that help key decision makers make informed decisions for the betterment of New Zealand. We also provide expert advice and support to others who work with data and statistics.

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We have a proud history as a reliable government department, always operating with integrity and being fair, impartial, responsible, and trustworthy in everything we do.

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At Stats NZ, you can expect to work with fantastic people in a flexible work environment where diversity is celebrated.

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Contact details

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Penny Barber (03) 964 8316 penny.barber@stats.govt.nz. Please apply online.

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Applications close Wednesday, 29 November 2017.

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  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington - Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 17-OCT-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/440
  • Job Title: 17/440 Delivery Manager (Service Design)
  • Business Unit:
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Type: Permanent
Hours: Full time
Location: Wellington
Business Group: Government Information Services
Branch: Service and System Transformation
Salary: $110,312 - $149,245

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Are you a Service Design Leader?

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Working at the Government Information Services branch of the Department of Internal Affairs, you'll have the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of New Zealanders.   We are a passionate team focused on supporting all of government digital outcomes for all New Zealanders

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Service Design is integral to our vision and overall strategy.

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We require an experienced Delivery Manager (Service Design) with a history of leading delivery, to build and run a team focused on delivering high priority service design initiatives that put the customer at the centre of what we do. Our work programme offers considerable breadth and complexity and offers the opportunity to work in a dynamic, fun and fast paced environment whilst working with numerous stakeholders across government.

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A natural collaborator, leader and mentor, you will work well with technical specialists, subject matter experts, senior leaders and community members across a broad range of industries and services they provide their customers. In addition to this, you will bring to the table:

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  • A passion for how to improve the lives of customers through rethought service delivery and the role that great design plays in achieving this
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  • Proven experience drawing insights and design principles from raw customer data and documenting people / Process / technology requirements to achieve a desired future state experience
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  • Experience testing designs through an iterative testing/rapid prototyping and learning processes
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  • Strong conceptual and information design skills
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  • Excellent collaboration skills, with the ability to lead or contribute to workshops and a desire to contribute to the broader success of a team by playing a mentoring and coaching role to other team members
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  • Proven ability to work within a fast-paced, collaborative team that takes an insights-driven approach to developing design outcomes
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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 GIS is the place for you.

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Applications close: 5PM, Friday 3 November 2017
For more information please contact: Jan Clark on jan.clark@dia.govt.nz
Job description: To review the full job description, please click here

  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Otago
  • Date Advertised: 24-OCT-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/442
  • Job Title: 17/442 Community Advisor
  • Business Unit:
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Service Delivery and Operations | 17/442 Community Advisor

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Type: Permanent
Hours: Full time
Location: Dunedin
Business Group: Community Operations
Branch: Service Delivery & Operations
Salary: $65,239 - $88,264

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This is a great opportunity for a self-motivated advisor with strong relationship management skills to join our Dunedin team.

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As a Community Advisor your key role is to engage with communities and stakeholders to provide information and advice and connect them with the resources they need, using a community led approach. Travel is involved and a driver's licence is essential.

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Key to your success will be a proven ability to work alongside communities, hapu and iwi to enable them to become resilient and achieve their aspirations. You will also have excellent data analysis capability and your customer service ethic will underpin all that you do.

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You will have a professional attitude and be able to evidence:

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  • Excellent communication skills - written and oral.
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  • Proven skills, knowledge and experience in providing advice that builds and empowers the community, whanau, hapu, iwi, and voluntary organisations.
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  • Excellent relationship management and collaboration skills.
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  • Data analysis and analytical skills.
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  • Experience in online Grant Management.
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  • Experience in assessing organisational performance and providing advice to community and voluntary organisations.
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  • Strong digital literacy skills are essential as we work in a digital office environment.
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  • Ability to rapidly adapt and be an early adopter of change in a high change environment.
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    - 'Make it Easy, Make it Work' - take time to truly understand people's needs. 
    - 'Stronger Together' - recognising that teams work best when collaborating with each other. 
    - 'We take pride in what we do' - be positive and professional.
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  • Have a reputation as a finisher and get things done.
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  • Have budget nous, with an ability to tell the story behind the numbers.
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  • Be proactive and able to come up to speed quickly with what needs to be done.
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  • Have a positive attitude
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  • Have a sense of humour.
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Applications close: 4pm, Monday 27 November 2017
For more information please contact: Marten Schievink on 03 479 6511 or marten.schievink@dia.govt.nz
Job description: To review the full job description, please click here .If you are unable to view the job description, please copy and paste this website address to a new browser http://www.bfound.net/Company/164-20171010123352.pdf

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  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington - Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 25-OCT-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/464
  • Job Title: 17/464 Community Advisor
  • Business Unit:
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Service Delivery and Operations | 17/464 Community Advisor

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Location: Wellington
Business Group: Community Operations
Branch: Service Delivery & Operations
Salary: $65,239 - $88,264

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Supporting resilient communities with Community Operations

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This is a great opportunity for a self- motivated and skilled advisor to join our high performing and passionate Wellington Regional Team.

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As a Community Advisor your key role will be to provide a range of high quality advice and information, facilitate groups toward vision and action and administrate funding services that support communities, Hap? and Iwi to be resilient and achieve their aspirations.   Some travel is involved and a driver's licence is essential. The position is based in Lower Hutt. 

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  • Ability to plan, organise and manage work effectively to meet multiple deadlines
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  • Proven skills, knowledge, and operational experience in providing advice to community and voluntary organisations, including whanau, hapu, iwi, and Maori.
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Applications close: 5pm, Friday 17 November 2017
For more information please contact: Leanne Campbell on 04 570 5390 or 027 886 0228 or leanne.campbell@dia.govt.nz
Job description: To review the full job description, please click here .If you are unable to view the job description, please copy and paste this website address to a new browser http://www.bfound.net/Company/164-20171025123653.pdf

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  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington - Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 06-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/467
  • Job Title: 17/467 Principal Advisor (Government Information Management)
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Type: Permanent Hours: Full time Location: Wellington Business Group: Archives New Zealand Branch: Information and Knowledge Services Salary: $84,301 - $114,054

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Want to influence the overall government information management system performance?

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Archives New Zealand, Te Rua Mahara o te K?wanatanga is the official guardian of New Zealand's public record.  We have a regulatory stewardship role and are focussed on understanding the information management capability and performance of regulated parties, and their compliance with the Public Records Act 2005.

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This is a very exciting time to work in the field of information management.  Agencies are moving towards fully digital information management practices and there are many initiatives aimed at unlocking the value of information.  We see effective information management practices as being foundational to government agencies being able to use and manage data and information well. 

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As well as working closely with our key external stakeholders, you will also need to liaise closely with our information management experts in Archives NZ and across the Department. 

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This role needs an experienced senior advisor who is used to understanding complex problems in a complex landscape - at both an abstract and practical level.  You will need to have excellent communication and influencing skills and have a great track record of delivering high quality outputs and advice under pressure. 

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Applications close: 5PM, Friday 10 November 2017 For more information please contact: Kate Hodgets on kate.hodgetts@dia.govt.nz Job description: To review the full job description, please click here, if you are unable to follow this link, please go to our careers website to review the full job description.

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  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington - Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 31-OCT-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/471
  • Job Title: 17/471 Personal Assistant/Team Support
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Service Delivery and Operations | 17/471 Personal Assistant/Team Support

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Type: Permanent
Hours: Full time
Location: Wellington
Business Group: Community Operations
Branch: Service Delivery & Operations
Salary: $40,765 - $55,152

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If you are someone who genuinely enjoys supporting others to achieve results, with a desire to form a partnership with your manager to succeed, then this could be the role for you!

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If this sounds like you then apply now!

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The Community Operations business group has responsibility for advisory services to communities, community groups, iwi and hapu and the distribution of approximately $200 million worth of grants to those groups throughout New Zealand.

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This role is responsible for providing consistent and dependable personal, secretarial and administrative support services to the Manager, Operational Policy and Business Improvement (OPBI) and administrative support for the OPBI team.

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If you want a job where the work you do matters to New Zealand, we would like to hear from you.

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Applications close: 9am, Monday 20 November 2017
For more information please contact: Neil Cooper on neil.cooper@dia.govt.nz
Job description: To review the full job description, please click here . If you are unable to view the job description, please copy and paste this web address to a new browser http://www.bfound.net/Company/164-20171031155239.pdf

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  • Job Type: Fixed Term Contract
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington - Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 02-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/474
  • Job Title: 17/474 Senior Archivist / Archives Advisor
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Type: 2 x Fixed Term
Hours: Full time
Location: Wellington
Business Group: Archives New Zealand
Branch: Information and Knowledge Services
Salary: $62,229 - $84,192

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Archives New Zealand is the regulator of government information under the Public Records Act 2005.  We aim to be a trusted, independent institution that seeks to ensure all government information is created and managed effectively. 

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  • Have you previously worked in the field of information management or the archives profession?
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We have opportunities in our Government Recordkeeping Directorate for anyone seeking a senior role participating in the delivery of information and records guidance to the New Zealand public sector.  The role would involve supporting one or more of the following work areas;

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Please indicate on your covering letter whether you are interested in the permanent or fixed term opportunity.

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Applications close: 5PM, Monday 13 November 2017
For more information please contact: Aroha Dawson on 04 474 8199 or aroha.dawson@dia.govt.nz
Job description: To review the full job description, please click here, if you are unable to open this link, please review the full job description on our careers website.

  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington - Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 02-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/4740
  • Job Title: 17/4740 Senior Archivist / Archives Advisor
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Type: 1 x Permanent
Hours: Full time
Location: Wellington
Business Group: Archives New Zealand
Branch: Information and Knowledge Services
Salary: $62,229 - $84,192

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  • The development and implementation of a comprehensive programme to monitor and audit recordkeeping and information management across the sector
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  • Developing and maintaining an effective disposal and appraisal framework to enable the sector to manage its information to support accountability and other business needs
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  • Strong oral and written communication skills
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  • A knowledge of the government sector, its development and functions
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  • An awareness of, and experience with, information technology
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  • Mentoring and supporting others in their work
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  • Comfort with operating in the ambiguity common to rapidly changing environments
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  • Working successfully with regulated parties across the spectrum of regulatory practice and tools
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Please indicate on your covering letter whether you are interested in the permanent or fixed term opportunity.

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Applications close: 5PM, Monday 13 November 2017
For more information please contact: Aroha Dawson on 04 474 8199 or aroha.dawson@dia.govt.nz
Job description: To review the full job description, please click here, if you are unable to open this link, please review the full job description on our careers website.

  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington - Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 02-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/475
  • Job Title: 17/475 Graduate Policy Analyst / Policy Analyst
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Type: Permanent
Hours: Full time
Location: Wellington
Business Group: Policy Group
Branch: Policy, Regulation and Communities
Salary: $46,142 - $62,427

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It's exciting times within the Policy Group as we implement our new operating model, develop relationships with new Ministers and get ready to move into a new high tech building. We are implementing changes to ensure our teams are fit-for-purpose and can deliver work programmes and expert policy and operational services to both Ministers and across Internal Affairs.

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Policy Analysts

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We have opportunities for motivated self-starters, ideally with 1-3 years policy experience, to join the Policy Services Directorate in one of our five policy teams. In these roles we can offer you a diverse and challenging work programme, where you will work on a variety of policy projects.

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Graduate Policy Analysts

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Have you just graduated and are looking for your first role in the public sector?  Great opportunities exist for graduates to develop their technical and policy skills in the Ministerial Advice team, while contributing meaningfully to the Policy Group.  In this role, you will work in a stimulating environment and be part of a team that provides high quality and timely ministerial servicing for the Group's six portfolio Ministers.

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This is a great opportunity to join a leading policy group where your efforts will be acknowledged and your professional development planned and supported.

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If you're self-motivated and keen to learn the policy craft in a supportive, engaging and highly committed Department, we would be very interested in hearing from you.

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Applications close: 5PM, Wednesday 8 November 2017
For more information please contact: Trina Tautau on 04 495 6044 or trina.tautau@dia.govt.nz
Job description: To review the full job description, click Graduate Policy Analyst or Policy Analyst. If you are unable to open these links, please go to our careers website.

  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Auckland
  • Date Advertised: 07-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/476
  • Job Title: 17/476 Compliance Officer Assistant
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Type: Permanent
Hours: Full time
Location: Auckland
Business Group: Regulatory Services
Branch: Policy, Regulation and Communities
Salary: $55,053 - $74,484

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In this role you will contribute to the safety, wellbeing and success of New Zealand business and its international reputation. This new and exciting position based in Auckland will help businesses comply with their obligations under the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009.

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You will be working for a well-respected and internationally recognised regulator to minimise the harms caused by money laundering and the financing of terrorism and to promote trust and confidence in the businesses we supervise. 

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As a responsive regulator, the Department of Internal Affairs is at the forefront of developing innovative ways of monitoring compliance as well as detecting and deterring money laundering both here and abroad. We do this by delivering supervision, education, and compliance monitoring that is robust, risk-based, and well-informed.

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In this role you will provide systems and administrative support to the manager and team, and undertake desk-based reviews of the businesses we regulate.

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Policy, Regulation and Communities

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As part of Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Team in the Policy, Regulatory and Communities branch of the Department, you will have access to training and career development opportunities.

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If you want to be part of a growing team of smart, committed people breaking new ground in anti-money laundering and countering financing of terrorism then the Department of Internal Affairs could be the place for you.

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Applications close: 5PM, Friday 17 November 2017 
For more information please contact: Andrew Holmes on 09 362 5147 or andrew.holmes@dia.govt.nz
Job description: To review the full job description, please click here, if you are unable to open this link, please view on our careers website.

  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington - Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 07-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/477
  • Job Title: 17/477 Compliance Officer
  • Business Unit:
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Type: Permanent
Hours: Full time
Location: Wellington
Business Group: Regulatory Services
Branch: Policy, Regulation and Communities
Salary: $63,204 - $85,511

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In this role you contribute to the safety, wellbeing and success of New Zealand business and its international reputation. This new and exciting position based in Wellington will help businesses comply with their obligations under the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009.

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You will be working for a well-respected and internationally recognised regulator to minimise the harms caused by money laundering and the financing of terrorism and to promote trust and confidence in the businesses we supervise. 

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As a responsive regulator, the Department of Internal Affairs is at the forefront of developing innovative ways of monitoring compliance as well as detecting and deterring money laundering both here and abroad. We do this by delivering supervision, education, and compliance monitoring that is robust, risk-based, and well-informed. We share intelligence with the Police, other government agencies and international bodies to make New Zealand an even safer place to do business.

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As part of Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Team in the Policy, Regulatory and Communities branch of the Department, you will have access to training and career development opportunities. You will provide advice and support to our Ministers in Government and make a real difference to the lives of New Zealanders. 

If you want to be part of a growing team of smart, committed people breaking new ground in anti-money laundering and countering financing of terrorism then the Department of Internal Affairs could be the place for you.

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Applications close: 5PM, Friday 17 November 2017
For more information please contact: Mike Stone on 04 494 5701 or mike.stone@dia.govt.nz
Job description: To review the full job description, please click here, if you are unable to open this link, please review the full job description on our careers website.

  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Auckland
  • Date Advertised: 07-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/478
  • Job Title: 17/478 Compliance Officer
  • Business Unit:
  • Division:
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Type: Permanent
Hours: Full time
Location: Auckland
Business Group: Regulatory Services
Branch: Policy, Regulation and Communities
Salary: $63,204 - $85,511

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In this role you contribute to the safety, wellbeing and success of New Zealand business and its international reputation. This new and exciting position based in Wellington will help businesses comply with their obligations under the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009.

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You will be working for a well-respected and internationally recognised regulator to minimise the harms caused by money laundering and the financing of terrorism and to promote trust and confidence in the businesses we supervise. 

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As a responsive regulator, the Department of Internal Affairs is at the forefront of developing innovative ways of monitoring compliance as well as detecting and deterring money laundering both here and abroad. We do this by delivering supervision, education, and compliance monitoring that is robust, risk-based, and well-informed. We share intelligence with the Police, other government agencies and international bodies to make New Zealand an even safer place to do business.

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  • Competence in interviewing, investigations and analysis
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As part of Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Team in the Policy, Regulatory and Communities branch of the Department, you will have access to training and career development opportunities. You will provide advice and support to our Ministers in Government and make a real difference to the lives of New Zealanders. 

If you want to be part of a growing team of smart, committed people breaking new ground in anti-money laundering and countering financing of terrorism then the Department of Internal Affairs could be the place for you.

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Applications close: 5PM, Friday 17 November 2017
For more information please contact: Andrew Holmes on 09362 5147 or andrew.holmes@dia.govt.nz
Job description: To review the full job description, please click here, if you are unable to open this link, please review the job description on our careers website.

  • Job Type: Ongoing - Part Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Auckland
  • Date Advertised: 06-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/481
  • Job Title: 17/481 Visit Support Officer
  • Business Unit:
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Shared Services | 17/481 Visit Support Officer

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Type: Permanent
Hours: Part time (20 hours per week)
Location: Auckland (Manukau)
Business Group: Ministerial Services and Secretariat Support
Branch: Shared Services
Salary: $45,821 - $61,994

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The Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) operates a government lounge based at Auckland International Airport. Two staff from DIA's Visits and Ceremonial Office manage this lounge and provide an airport facilitation service for New Zealand and foreign dignitaries.

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We are looking for an experienced Office Administrator to support our two staff in the day-to-day running of the government lounge.

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Ideally you will have excellent organisational skills, a great eye for detail and flexible working style. You will also need to maintain good working relationships with a range of stakeholders and suppliers. You will also be required to provide airport facilitation as required.

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  • An understanding of small team dynamics and the capability of working independently.
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This is a great opportunity to utilise your administration skills in an interesting environment. The ability to work autonomously and irregular hours often, is essential for this role.

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If this sounds like you, we would very much like to hear from you.

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Applications close: 5pm, Sunday 19 November 2017
For more information please contact: Vicki Abraham on 021 225 6128 or vicki.abraham@dia.govt.nz
Job description: To review the full job description, please click here .If you are unable to view the job description, please copy and paste this web address to a new browser http://www.bfound.net/Company/164-20171106154244.pdf

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  • Job Type: Fixed Term Contract
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington - Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 06-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/482
  • Job Title: 17/482 Fleet Manager
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Shared Services | 17/482 Fleet Manager

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Hours: Full time
Location: Wellington
Business Group: Finance
Branch: Shared Services

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The Department of Internal Affairs is proud that 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.  Our culture drives the way we work, relate to each other, and helps us be the best organisation we can be. More importantly, it helps us achieve our purpose because it gives all of us something inspiring to focus on.

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The Commercial Procurement team is part of Finance and sits within Shared Services, a branch dedicated to supporting the rest of the Department to succeed by providing corporate services that help business groups and people within DIA to make the best contribution to New Zealand.

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The role of Fleet Manager will complete an end to end review of the Department's vehicles, and launch a range of initiatives to improve the Department's fleet management. It is key that the Fleet Manager reviews the current performance of the Department's approach to fleet management, makes recommendations, and delivers fleet initiative's to improve efficiency, improve utilisation and performance and ensure the arrangements deliver value for money. This could range from ensuring the health and safety of our people, through to ensuring the Department obtains value for money from its fleet through better use of technology. Key areas will include qualifying the user requirements, tendering and contracting, contract implementation and relationship management - with both internal and external stakeholders.

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It is essential that the candidate is experienced in the management of a large and diverse organisation's fleet.  A detailed understanding of the Government Rules of Sourcing is also important.

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The ability to effectively manage a diverse group of stakeholders and understand their requirements will be critical to securing ongoing support for changes in fleet management.

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Your skillset includes specialised fleet commercial nous and negotiation skills, excellent communication skills including the ability to communicate effectively and persuasively, strong and effective stakeholder skills and the ability to manage multiple tasks and priorities.

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We promote a supportive, collaborative and innovative culture and believe in achieving results while having fun. If this sounds like you, make sure you get in touch.

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Applications close: 5pm, Monday 20 November 2017
For more information please contact: Andrew Foster (Manager Commercial Services) on 04 495 6067
Job description: To review the full job description, please click here .If you are unable to view the job description, please copy and paste this web address to a new browser http://www.bfound.net/Company/164-20171106172052.pdf

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  • Job Type: Fixed Term Contract
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington - Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 08-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/484
  • Job Title: 17/484 Business Partner (Finance)
  • Business Unit:
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Shared Services | 17/484 Business Partner (Finance)

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Type: Fixed Term/Secondment -until July 2018
Hours: Full time
Location: Wellington
Business Group: Finance
Branch: Shared Services
Salary: $148,004 - $200,241

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  • Advanced strategic thinking ability, including demonstrable experience in applying commercial principles when developing business and financial management strategies to achieve effective organisational performance in large and complex organisations
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For more information please contact: Daniel Wharakura at daniel.wharakura@randstad.co.nz
Job description: To review the full job description, please click here 

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  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington - Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 10-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/486
  • Job Title: 17/486 Personal Assistant
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Type: Permanent
Hours: Full time
Location: Wellington
Business Group: Policy Group
Branch: Policy, Regulatory and Ethnic Affairs
Salary: $45,648 - $61,759

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If you are someone who genuinely enjoys supporting others to achieve results, with a desire to form a partnership with your manager to succeed, then this could be the role for you!

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Working for the Department of Internal Affairs, you'll have the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of New Zealanders.

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As part of the Policy Group, in the Policy, Regulation and Communities (PRC) branch , you will have an opportunity to support the development of advice to our Ministers in Government.

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You'll be a member of a team providing support to the General Manager (GM) and Policy Group Leadership Team. The main objective of this position is to enhance the productivity and effectiveness of these leaders. Duties will include diary management, making travel arrangements, recording meeting action points and assisting with preparing agenda and papers. You will prioritise tasks on a daily basis, dealing with calls, emails and written correspondence on behalf of the Directors or GM. You will also coordinate with other administrators to provide back-up support, as needed, across the wider Policy Group.

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Preference will be given to those candidates with previous public sector experience.

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We believe in a workplace culture that is supportive, collaborative and innovative.

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We invest and believe in our people, and offer diverse career opportunities to help them succeed. If you are interested we would like to hear from you.

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Applications close: 5PM, Monday 20 November 2017 
For more information please contact: Steve Cutting on 04 494 5785 or steve.cutting@dia.govt.nz
Job description: To review the full job description, please click here, if you are unable to open this link, please see our careers website for the full job description.

  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington
  • Date Advertised: 13-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/488
  • Job Title: 17/488 Customer Services Officer
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Service Delivery and Operations | 17/488 Customer Services Officer

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Hours: Full time
Location: Wellington
Business Group: Customer Services
Branch: Service Delivery & Operations
Salary: $39,697 - $53,708

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Customer Services Officer, Contact Centre Wellington

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The Department of Internal Affairs Contact Centre wants people who will deliver outstanding customer service!

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At the Service Delivery and Operations Branch, we are the face of DIA. Whether we're helping to register births, deaths or marriages, or assisting in passport applications, community grants or civil union and name change registrations, we're dedicated to serving the needs of New Zealanders.

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  • Your main responsibility will be to provide high quality, specialist advice to our customers and be part of a team who are leaders in customer service delivery
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There is an increasing demand and provision for online services. Our customers have varying degrees of comfort in working with computers so we need people who are patient, and have adaptable communication skills.

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We asked our people what they would look for in a colleague and they said: self-motivation, reliability, and a firm belief in providing excellent customer service.

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Along with your application you must submit a current CV and a cover letter clearly telling us why you are interested in joining our team and what experience and skills you would bring to the position.

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Start date will be Wednesday, 7 February 2018.

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Applications close: 9am, Monday 20 November 2017
For more information please contact: Hana Webb on 04 819 8890
Job description: To review the full job description, please click here . If you are unable to view the job description, please copy and paste this web address to a new browser http://www.bfound.net/Company/164-20171113170816.pdf

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  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington - Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 15-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/489
  • Job Title: 17/489 Advisor Operational Policy
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Service Delivery and Operations | 17/489 Advisor Operational Policy

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Type: Permanent
Hours: Full time
Location: Wellington
Business Group: Community Operations
Branch: Service Delivery & Operations
Salary: $65,239 - $88,264

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Advisor Operational Policy 
Operational Policy and Business Improvement team, Community Operations

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Do you want to play an important part in developing operational policy and implementing business improvement so as to support community organisations and individuals throughout New Zealand? Do you want to work in a busy work environment and on multiple projects?

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If so, this could be a great position for you!

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An Advisor position has become vacant within the Operational Policy team. The role entails drafting operational policy, investigating and implementing business improvement initiatives, providing Secretariat services to a number of decision making bodies as well as drafting official correspondence within the wider Operational Policy and Business Improvement team.

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This is a permanent position that involves close liaison with 16 regional offices throughout New Zealand and across the Department of Internal Affairs. In addition there are key external relationships with Minister's offices, National Community Organisation Grants Scheme Committee, the Lottery Grants Board, other Government departments as well as a range of not-for-profit organisations.

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Applicants must have excellent writing and presenting skills and be currently available to work within New Zealand. Prior experience of community granting processes, working in an operational policy environment, writing content for websites or working with community organisations would be an advantage.

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Applications close: 9am, Monday 4 December 2017 
For more information please contact: Jon Lyall at jon.lyall@dia.govt.nz
Job description: To review the full job description, please click here .If you are unable to view the job description, please copy and paste this web address to a new browser http://www.bfound.net/Company/164-20171115134402.pdf

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  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington - Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 16-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/490
  • Job Title: 17/490 Personal Assistant
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Policy,Regulatory & Ethnic Affairs | 17/490 Personal Assistant

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Type: Permanent
Hours: Full time
Location: Wellington
Business Group: Office of Ethnic Communities
Branch: Policy Regulatory and Ethnic Affairs
Salary: $45,648 - $61,759

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We are looking for a Personal Assistant to support our Director with focused diary management and ensure she is well prepared for stakeholder engagements, presentations and meetings.  The role will require initiative, flexibility and the ability to be proactive.

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The Office of Ethnic Communities aims for flourishing ethnic diversity and a thriving New Zealand.  Our purpose is to ensure ethnic communities are strong and connected, and the benefits of ethnic diversity are realised for New Zealand.

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Working at the Office of Ethnic Communities, and as part of the Department of Internal Affairs, you will have the opportunity to contribute to supporting the wellbeing and success of New Zealand communities, and provide advice and support to our ministers in Government.

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To be successful in this role you will need:

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We believe in a workplace culture that's supportive, collaborative and innovative.  We also believe in trying hard and having fun.  If that sounds like you - then make sure you get in touch.  If you want a job where the work you do matters to New Zealand, we would like to hear from you.

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Applications close: 8am, Monday 27 November 2017
For more information please contact: Sandra MacKenzie on 027 437 7430 or sandra.mackenzie@dia.govt.nz
Job description: To review the full job description, please click here .If you are unable to view the job description please copy and paste this web address to a new web browser http://www.bfound.net/Company/164-20171115155639.pdf

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  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington - Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 17-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/492
  • Job Title: 17/492 Operations Analyst
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Policy,Regulatory & Ethnic Affairs | 17/492 Operations Analyst

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Type: Permanent
Hours: Full time
Location: Wellington
Business Group: Policy
Branch: Policy, Regulatory and Ethnic Affairs
Salary: $63,241- $85,525

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Operations Analyst

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Better New Zealand

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Working at the Department of Internal Affairs, you'll have the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of New Zealanders.

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Policy, Regulation and Communities

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As part of the Operational Services Directorate in 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.

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In this new role, you will:

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  • Write briefings identifying risks and issues, develop and assess options and make recommendations to deliver strong operational outcomes
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  • Monitor and advise on issues that impact the Local Government sector
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  • Build and maintain effective working relationships with local government stakeholders
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  • Build and maintain effective working relationships with relevant tāngata whenua groups
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  • Work on a variety of related operational topics and apply a strategic, regulatory and operational lens to outcomes
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We are recruiting for an Operations Analyst who is:

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  • A strong communicator (written and oral), and effectively communicate to a range of audiences
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  • Experienced in working with Ministers and Ministers' offices
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  • Knowledgeable of government and policy processes
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  • Able to demonstrate a can-do attitude and a commitment to service, innovation and improvement
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  • Interested in improving the needs and aspirations of ethnically diverse communities in New Zealand
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If you share our commitment to the implementing fit for purpose systems and processes that underpin the delivery of high quality operational outcomes, there is a rewarding career waiting for you at DIA. We would like to hear from you.

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DIA offers opportunities to grow. We invest and believe in our people, and offer diverse career opportunities to help them succeed

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Applications close: 5pm,Thursday 30 November 2017 
For more information please contact: Richard Hardie on 04 495 6830 or richard.hardie@dia.govt.nz
Job description: To review the full job description, please click here . If you are unable to open this link, please go to our careers website. 

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  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington - Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 17-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/493
  • Job Title: 17/493 Team Leader, Business Support
  • Business Unit:
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Type: Permanent
Hours: Full time
Location: Wellington
Business Group: Policy 
Branch: Policy, Regulation and Communities
Salary: $55,047 - $74,476

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Are you looking for that next step in your Administration career and ready to take on the reigns of staff management as well as providing support to a busy and diverse Policy Group?

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The DIA Policy Group is an interesting, intellectually stimulating and collegial environment. Our 80 plus team advise and support four portfolio ministers. We have recently re-defined our needs for administrative support and established a Business Support Team. We are looking for an administration professional focused on excellent and timely service delivery.

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The Policy Group's diversity means our administration team have to work exceedingly well together and to carefully balance the day-to-day priorities of the General Manager, two Directors and the whole group. 

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Ideally you will have:

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  • Experience in developing business and financial processes and systems.
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In the Policy Group our people are our biggest asset! We are committed to delivering high quality advice and support to Ministers, we celebrate our successes and ensure our people have opportunities to develop in their careers.

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If this sounds like you, we would like to hear from you!

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Applications close: 5PM, Monday 27 November 2017
For more information please contact: Steve Cutting on 04 494 5785 or steve.cutting@dia.govt.nz
Job description: To review the full job description, please click here

  • Job Type: Ongoing - Part Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington - Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 17-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/17/495
  • Job Title: 17/495 Private Secretary (Administration)
  • Business Unit:
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Type: Events-based (2 x positions available) 
Hours: Part time
Location: Wellington
Business Group: Ministerial Services and Secretariat Support
Branch: Shared Services
Salary: $54,791 - $64,460 pro-rata

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Do you want a flexible administration job with a difference?

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Working at Parliament offers a unique experience. It presents an exciting challenge for those in search of a fast paced, high-profile administrative role with a difference.

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Ministerial Services is looking for two part-time receptionists to provide front line administration support in the Office of the Prime Minister. These job-share positions will be the first point of contact for visitors and enquiries to the Prime Minister's Office.  The office requires the very best of service, so it is essential that you are diplomatic, reliable and methodical in your approach to work.

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These positions would suit candidates who have;

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Duties will involve greeting and receiving visitors, answering telephones and providing high quality reception services to all visitors who have contact with the Prime Minister's Office. You will also be responsible for providing administrative services to the office team. To perform these tasks exceptional organisational skills, initiative, attention to detail, sound judgement, written and oral communication skills, and an ability to work in a dynamic environment are skills we rate highly.

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Additional skills required are effective keyboard skills and the ability to use a variety of software packages. Due to the nature of the role, administration experience and an understanding of event co-ordination is preferable.

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If you are seeking flexible working hours and value the opportunity to make a difference, this is the position for you. This position is a challenging and rewarding opportunity, giving you an insight into the workings of the Executive Government.

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Applications close: 5pm, Friday 24 November 2017
For more information please email: staffeio@dia.govt.nz
Job description: To review the full job description, please click here 

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  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington - Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 17-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/2017/44
  • Job Title: 2017/44 Solicitor
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2017/44 Solicitor

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Salary range: $68,000 - $80,000

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New Year, New Opportunity!

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 Starting in mid-January 2018, this exciting opportunity has arisen to work at the forefront of New Zealand's cultural and heritage sector, supporting the Ministry's Legal function.”

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Manatū Taonga – the Ministry for Culture and Heritage – is a small Ministry with a big heart and a broad reach across New Zealand. We pride ourselves on our agility and our open, collaborative and supportive culture and high levels of engagement.

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Our work in the Legal team is varied and interesting, and includes public and administrative law, corporate governance, contract and commercial law, policy development and instructing Parliamentary Counsel Office, resource management law, intellectual property, litigation, and Treaty of Waitangi related issues. As well as having strong internal relationships, we work closely with our Crown entities and with our other funded agencies.

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This position reports to the Chief Legal Advisor and is a member of our small and friendly Legal team in the Organisational Performance Group. The successful candidate must be able to hold a current legal practising certificate (two to five years post admission experience is preferred).

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A job description, including an associated position description specification for this vacancy, is attached. For enquiries about this position, please contact William More, william.more@mch.govt.nz

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To apply for this position, please send your CV, covering letter and complete the application form.

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Manatū Taonga, the Ministry for Culture and Heritage, works to enrich the lives of all New Zealanders by supporting Aotearoa New Zealand's dynamic culture and preserving our heritage. The Ministry supports many of New Zealand's arts, media, heritage and sports organisations, advises government on cultural matters and provides research and resources for everyone to access.

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  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington - Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 20-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/2017/48
  • Job Title: 2017/48 Senior Performance Adviser
  • Business Unit:
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Vacancy 2017/48

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Would you like to work as part of a small, collaborative and energetic team focussed on advising Ministers about the performance of Crown-funded cultural agencies?

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An exciting opportunity has arisen to work at the forefront of New Zealand's cultural sector, supporting the Ministry's agency monitoring function.

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Manatū Taonga – the Ministry for Culture and Heritage – is a small Ministry with approximately 115 staff based at the historic Public Trust building in central Wellington. We operate a lean and flat structure although our mandate and reach is wide. We pride ourselves on our agility and our open, collaborative and supportive culture and high levels of engagement.

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The position reports to the Manager Sector Performance, as part of a small team of specialist performance advisers located within the Policy and Sector Performance Group.

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For enquiries about this position please contact Christle Rayen, Team Administrator Christle.Rayen@mch.govt.nz

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How to apply 

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A Job Description is available by clicking on the link above.  To send your application click on the Apply Online button below. 

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Applications close Sunday 3 December 2017. 

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Manatū Taonga, the Ministry for Culture and Heritage, works to enrich the lives of all New Zealanders by supporting Aotearoa New Zealand's dynamic culture and preserving our heritage. The Ministry supports many of New Zealand's arts, media, heritage and sports organisations, advises government on cultural matters and provides research and resources for everyone to access.

  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category: Other
  • Location: Wellington
  • Date Advertised: 07-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: MBIE/1290135/2
  • Job Title: 2x Advisors - Building Performance - (Permanent and 12 Months Fixed Term)
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We have a permanent and a fixed term vacancies for Advisors in the Building Performance team of the Building System Performance branch (BSP) within the Building, Resources and Markets group of the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE).

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These roles are in the Building Performance team which sits in the wider Building Performance and Engineering team. The Building Performance and Engineering team is responsible for MBIE's ‘standard setting' regulatory roles, ensuring building are designed to required standards (e.g. maintaining the Building Code, developing means-of-compliance documents, supporting the development of Standards, and development of technical guidance). This team also provides expert advice in support of the BSP work programme and assists with enquiries and investigations into systemic issues affecting building performance.

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As an Advisor in the Building Performance team you will work collaboratively within MBIE and with the building sector to develop and manage changes to, and clarification of the Building Code, verification methods, acceptable solutions, Standards and other technical documents.

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How to find out more and apply

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Click on the APPLY button below in order to be directed to our on-line careers website.  You may view the position description as well as complete the on-line application, and upload a CV and cover letter.

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All applications must be submitted via our on-line process.

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Email Peter.vandeMerwe@mbie.govt.nz quoting reference MBIE/1289618/2 if you have any further questions.

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Applications close at 5pm on Tuesday 21st November 2017.

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  • Job Type: Casual
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington
  • Date Advertised: 17-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/1800
  • Job Title: Account Managers - Te Papa Venues
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Account Managers, Te Papa Venues

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Te Papa Venues is an exciting and dynamic brand, routinely turning over 900 functions and events per year.  We are on the search for Account Managers who are hardworking, tenacious, and dedicated to support our busy Venues Sales team, on a casual basis.

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These casual roles will require you to manage existing client relationships, and develop new business opportunities for Te Papa.  You may also be required to attend major road shows, exhibitions and sales events within New Zealand and/or Asia Pacific region on occasion.

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Ideally we are looking for candidates who may be able to start immediately or prior to Christmas, and would love to hear from you if you have this availability!

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All considered applicants must have the ability to obtain and maintain the legal right to work in New Zealand.

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Application Close: Sunday 26 November 2017

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  • Category: Accounting/Finance
  • Location: Wellington
  • Date Advertised: 07-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: EDU/1306823
  • Job Title: Accounts Payable Advisor
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The Ministry of Education are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced Accounts Payable Advisor to join their high performing Wellington team.

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The Accounts Payable Advisor role is crucial in ensuring:

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The successful applicant will require strong relationship and communication skills, as you will need to build and maintain effective working relationships with key stakeholders.  You will need to have attention to detail, be customer focused and have a proven track record to meet deadlines.

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In return we will offer on the job training and the opportunity to grow your career.

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By working for the Ministry of Education you will be making a tangible difference to equip learners with the knowledge, skills and values to be successful citizens in the 21st Century.

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Please review the attached Job Description and if this opportunity interests you, and you meet the requirements please apply now using the ‘Apply Online' button.

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Applications close on 22 November 2017

  • Job Type:
  • Category: Administration/Office Support
  • Location: Wellington
  • Date Advertised: 17-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: DOC/100/5502X
  • Job Title: Accounts Payable Officer, Corporate Services Group
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The Accounts Payable team for the Department of Conservation is looking for a new addition to their highly performing Accounts Payable team responsible for processing payments to our vendors.

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The successful candidate will be organised, flexible, able to work within strict deadlines, level-headed and have high attention to detail. Great verbal and written communication skills and your ability to build relationships plus a can-do attitude will serve you in good stead. Accounts Payable experience would be advantageous, as would any experience using SAP.

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To be part of this professional and motivated team in an organisation that consistently rates as one of the most desirable places to work in the Public Sector, please apply online.

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Applications must be received online and include a cover letter, CV, and evidence of the required capabilities as per the role description.

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For more information please contact Andy Cleave, Team Lead Accounts Payable, acleave@doc.govt.nz, VPN 8327 or telephone (04) 495 8597, quoting vacancy 100/5502

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Applications close at 5pm on Monday, 27 November 2017

  • Job Type:
  • Category: Accounting/Finance
  • Location: Wellington
  • Date Advertised: 10-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: EDU/1306908
  • Job Title: Accounts Payable Team Leader
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Accounts Payable Team Leader

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An excellent opportunity exists for an energetic and enthusiastic Accounts Payable Team Leader located in Wellington.

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In your role you will be responsible for up to 10 direct reports who perform a number of the processes for the payment of the Ministry's invoices. Accordingly, you will possess team leadership and development experience.

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You will be required to build an in-depth knowledge of the processes and add your flair to improve and develop them further.

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The successful applicant will have:

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-      a strong customer service focus

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-      excellent coordination skills

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-      the ability to meet deadlines, which is a must.

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For further information please contact David Robertson at David.Robertson@education.govt.nz.

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Applications close 19 November 2017    

  • Job Type: Ongoing - Part Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Canterbury
  • Date Advertised: 20-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/232794
  • Job Title: Administration Assistant - Radiographing Department
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Here in the Radiology Department at Christchurch Hospital we're on the lookout for an efficient, flexible Radiographic Assistant to join our team.

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This is a varied role for someone with a passion for patient care, on a daily basis you will be interacting with patients in person and handling enquirers over the phone. As the glue that holds the department together, you'll be responsible for inputting patient details, organising inpatient appointments, assisting with patients and supporting the MRT's or Sonographers and Regs. Therefore you'll need excellent communication skills as well as great attention to detail and organisational skills.

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Radiology is a busy place to be - you would be rostered to in any one of the eight different areas, our service runs between the hours of 7.30-2300 Monday till Sunday. Also being flexibility to cover planned and unplanned leave is a must. This role is ever evolving and will be sure to keep you thinking! A natural team player, with the ability to see the bigger picture, you will enjoy working co-operatively in a large and busy environment.

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Experience in customer service is essential in this role, and ideally you will be confident using computer systems and possess some existing knowledge of the Health Sector. No radiology experience or qualification are required for the position however a passion for the field of Radiology and commitment to patient care is essential.

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This position is part-time hours:

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and ideally you will have the flexibility to pick up extra shifts.  

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How to apply

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Apply online, or to find out more information about the position, please contact Taryn, Recruitment Specialist - Corporate and Support, Phone: (03) 3377509 or email Taryn.Macgregor@cdhb.health.nz

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Applications are only accepted online so please visit our website at cdhbcareers.nz to complete an application.

  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington - Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 06-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/1711017
  • Job Title: Administration Assistant, NZDF Military Police NZDF-1711017
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  • Is your customer service second to none?
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  • We're looking for an admin star who strives for excellence.
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We are looking for an administration star to join our Military Police team.  Based at the Trentham Military Camp, this role requires you to be highly organised, have experience in handling sensitive information and delivering a range of administration services.

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You will need to be able to travel at short notice and your tasks will include general administration, travel bookings, records management, secretarial support at meetings and customer service.  You will also be working in an environment where discretion and confidentiality is paramount. 

If you hold a full drivers licence, have strong computer, administration and proven organisational/ time management skills and enjoy working in a busy role then please apply now.

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The remuneration band for this position is $38,350 to $47,373, inclusive of a 4% employer superannuation contribution.

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Check out the great benefits for you and your family when you join NZDF!

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Please quote NZDF-1711017 in all correspondence.

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To view the Position Description and to Apply Online please use the links on this page. For further information, contact Lyn Hills on 04 527 5108, quoting NZDF-1711017.

Applications close at 4:30pm on Monday 13 November 2017.

Please note: Applicants must be legally entitled to work in New Zealand (NZ) and be able to obtain and maintain the required level of NZ Government security clearance for the position applied for. The minimum citizenship and residency criteria for security clearances to be granted by the NZ Defence Force are as follows:
Higher level Security Clearance

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  • Job Type: Ongoing - Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Wellington - Wairarapa
  • Date Advertised: 20-NOV-17
  • Job Reference: NZ/1928
  • Job Title: Administration Officer
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Administration Officer

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New Zealand Police

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Police National Headquarters, Wellington

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Salary Range BAND C $46,336 - $62,689

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Permanent Position

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Job Requisition ID 1928

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Our Mobility and Innovation Group supports NZ Police to be a world-leading police service by enabling our frontline to be more "street than station".  The 'Smart, Fast and Easy' ethos underpins Mobility's approach to serving the organisation.  It's a high performing group that is successfully contributing to making New Zealanders be safe and feel safe.

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We have an exciting opportunity for you to join our team working as the Administration Officer providing comprehensive administration services that provide assistance to the Director: Mobility and Innovation and support the efficient and effective functioning of the office.  As the team's first point of contact, you will be required to interact with all parts and levels of the organisation. 

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  • Possess proficient computer skills and experience in Microsoft office applications including Word, Excel and PowerPoint
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CORE COMPETENCIES - You will demonstrate the following:

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  • Innovate - Individual Contributor
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To view the description of the above Core Competencies, visit Our Values on our website.

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

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  • We are open to considering Flexible Employment Options (FEO) with the successful applicant
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To view the position description for this role please click here.

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HOW TO APPLY

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If this position sounds like you, visit our website and select Current vacancies to apply today. You will be required to submit a Curriculum Vitae (maximum 4 pages) which provides a brief account of your relevant education, skills and experience. In addition, you must complete an application form telling us why you are interested in the position and how you meet the above Core Competencies of the role using no more than 650 words for each section.

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NOTE: If you are an existing Police Employee, you must apply through our internal careers site.

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IMPORTANT: Please note that applications received directly through the Government Jobs Website can no longer be considered.

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If you have any questions about this vacancy, please contact the Hiring Manager Kirsten Price by email at Kirsten.Price@police.govt.nz.

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Applications close at 4pm, Monday 04th December 2017.