|Position Type:||Fixed Term Full Time|
|Attachments:|| Job Description.pdf (PDF, 225KB)
Self Assessment Form.doc (Word, 34KB)
|Application Close Date:||26-Jul-2017|
Summer Intern (Fixed Term), Policy and Sector Groups, National Office
Please note there is a requirement to complete the attached self assessment form, when applying for this role.
• We're looking for summer interns to join us
• We are looking for tertiary students who are in their penultimate year of study
• We are looking for people with strong analytical and problem solving skills
When you choose to work at the Ministry of Justice – Tahu o Te Ture you'll join a successful and dynamic team committed to making a real difference to all New Zealanders. You will be part of a team that is working to improve the safety of our communities, and the fairness and credibility of our justice system.
We're looking for summer interns to join the Policy and Sector Groups in Wellington from November 2017 to February 2018. The internship is paid and start dates are flexible.
Through this role you will gain insight into policy development, justice sector research and the public service. You will support experienced advisors across a variety of projects. Your key tasks are likely to include research and assisting with developing advice for Ministers and senior officials.
We are looking for tertiary students who are in their penultimate year of study, preferably (but not exclusively) in one of the following areas:
• Politics or Public Policy
• Maori Studies
We are looking for people with strong analytical and problem solving skills. You will need to be an excellent communicator who can build strong working relationships. You will need to able to learn quickly, manage a wide range of tasks, and achieve results.
From the moment you start your internship, you'll feel like you're part of our team. If you are passionate about making a difference for New Zealanders and want to work for an organisation which values excellence, integrity and respect, come and join the Ministry working for justice.
To apply, by completing the application form, self assessment form and attaching your CV. Instead of a cover letter, please answer the questions in the self assessment form. Applications close on Wednesday 26 July 2017.