|Position Type:||Permanent Full Time|
|Attachments:|| Job Description.pdf (PDF, 229KB)
|Application Close Date:||27-Aug-2017|
Principal Advisor, Policy Group, National Office
• Provide thought leadership
• Work with others to create solutions
• Fixed term appointments or secondments will be considered
About the team and the role
The Policy Group is responsible for the provision of all policy-related services to the government, providing well-researched advice on a range of justice related issues. The Group has four business units: Criminal Justice, Courts and Justice Services, Civil and Constitutional and the Post Settlement Commitments Unit.
We offer a stimulating and intellectually rewarding environment with opportunities to further develop your expertise. We provide policy advice on a broad range of issues, from family law and protection of vulnerable people to criminal procedure and regulation of the legal profession.
As a Principal Advisor, you will provide professional and intellectual leadership, support the management team, develop and share your knowledge, coach policy advisors and foster a learning environment.
Skills and experience
If you have proven yourself as a high performer then we want to hear from you.
• You will be a proven problem solver, and be comfortable coaching and upskilling your colleagues.
• You will have the confidence to work with complexity and ambiguity, and take ownership of your work to deliver results.
• You will have an ability to relate to all types of people, from a range of sectors and stakeholder groups.
• You will be an experienced senior or principal policy advisor.
• You will have relevant qualification at bachelors level or higher.
• Be part of the Policy Team with a reputation for high quality policy advice.
• Seize opportunities to develop broader policy experience by working across a diverse range of areas.
• Work on complex policy across justice and social sectors.
Meet some of our team and find out what it's like to work at Justice
Salary range: $105,630 - $142,911
To apply, complete the application form, attaching your CV and cover letter. Applications close on Sunday 27 August 2017. If you have any questions please contact the Policy Manager who is chairing this recruitment panel on 04 918 8724, he will be happy to further discuss the role with you.