Advisor 1 | Wellington City
|Position Type:||Permanent Full Time|
|Attachments:|| Policy Advisor (Level 1) PD.pdf (PDF, 241KB)
Self-Assessment Form Advisor.pdf (PDF, 123KB)
|Application Close Date:||23-Jan-2018|
Policy Advisors (LEVEL 1)
National Office – Wellington
Contribute to interesting work that is diverse, challenging and complex
We are looking for people with strong analytical and problem solving skills to join the Ministry of Justice as Policy Advisors (Level 1). You will need to be an excellent communicator who can build strong working relationships. You will need to be able to learn quickly, manage a wide range of tasks, and achieve results. If you are passionate about making a difference for New Zealanders and want to work for an organisation which values respect, integrity, service and excellence, come and join us.
About the team and the role
When you choose to work at Justice – Tāhū o Te Ture, you'll join a successful, well respected and dynamic team responsible for a diverse portfolio. Be part of the Policy Team that is first in the public sector for quality policy advice. We have many opportunities for career and professional development within the public sector.
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.
Skills and experience
We want to hear from you if you:
• have a relevant qualification at bachelor level or higher
• find complex problems interesting, and have a knack for solving them
• are an excellent communicator who can build strong working relationships
• learn quickly and are enthusiastic about upskilling.
We will provide you with the support, opportunities and training to ensure that you develop your policy knowledge and skills.
The Justice Policy Group encourages diversity and welcomes applications from people of all backgrounds.
The salary range is $47,360 - 64,441.
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 Tuesday 23 January 2018.