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Senior/principal Advisor, Auckland, Niche

Published 2022-11-25
Expires 2022-12-25
ID #1277671699
100 NZ$
Senior/principal Advisor, Auckland, Niche
New Zealand, Auckland, Auckland,
Published November 25, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Senior/principal advisor
Min. Salary: 80000000


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Multiple Senior and Principal Advisor Positions
Principal Advisor x1 and Senior Advisor x (1x12-month fixed term)
Are you looking for a policy role that help achieve transformative change? Niche is seeking for several policy professionals to join Te Puna Aonui.
Deliver high quality policy advice that shapes social outcomes
Lead and influence cross-agency initiatives
Build strong partnerships and collaboration
Niche is partnering up with Te Puna Aonui to find three exceptional policy professionals to be a part of a multidisciplinary policy and practice team. It is formed to improve the whole-of-government approach to family Violence and sexual violence.
Last year Te Puna Aonui launched Te Aorerekura: The National Strategy to Eliminate Family Violence and Sexual Violence. These positions are responsible for providing policy advice and leadership on significant workstreams that will help Te Puna Aonui achieve transformative change to eliminate family violence and sexual violence, especially through working in partnerships across the family violence and sexual violence sector and with our Joint Venture and broader government agency colleagues.
Mō te tīma/About our Team
Te Puna Aonui was previously known as Joint Venture Business Unit. In 2022, it became Te Puna Aonui, an Interdepartmental Executive Board reporting directly to the Minister for the Prevention of Family and Sexual Violence. It operates with a system-wide view and is a single point of accountability that enables government agencies to work in a collective way on family violence and sexual violence. It leads with influence and collaboration to provide space, focus and momentum for government, Māori, communities, NGOs and private organisations to work together.
Te āhuatunga a te tūranga/About the Role
There are one Principal Advisor and two Senior Advisor positions (one is a 12-month fixed term role). The Principal and Senior Advisor will ensure that advice is evidence based and best practice, grounded in the diverse and collective views of Joint Venture agencies, and brings in the voice of citizens. They will work flexibly with Te Puna Aonui team members, broader Joint Venture agencies, and others as required, to deliver on significant activities and projects.
These roles sit in their Budget and Investment team, and in their cross-agency implementation space. The work will involve:
Implementation (Principal Advisor):
With the launch of Te Aorerekura, they are on a journey to work collaboratively with government, tangata whenua, the sectors, and communities to achieve the Strategy's moemoeā. A key part of this is developing a monitoring, accountability, learning and improving system. This requires helping us shape the key components of the system, how they connect, how we manage data, how we treat what people tell us as taonga and how we use a range of data to improve the family violence and sexual violence system. The principal will be responsible for the thought leadership as to how we implement as a joint venture and how we use the different levers available to us. This is an exciting new role, in an exciting new space that looks to ensure the changes heralded in Te Aorerekura are realised.
Budget and Investment Plan (Senior Advisor):
The Budget and Investment Plan team plays a pivotal role in supporting the long-term strategic and funding approach to delivering on Te Aorerekura. The work is diverse and challenging, with exciting opportunities to lead, shape, and collaborate. There are challenging policy, thought leadership, and engagement opportunities across our multi-agency Budget process, and to develop a new strategic approach to investing, across government, with tangata whenua, and through communities, in change to eliminate family violence and sexual violence over a generation. A big part of Te Aorerekura is how we engage and value communities to prevent and respond to violence. Over the past two years we have worked more closely with communities and the specialist sectors on system change. This role works across a range of communities and the specialist sectors to ensure their voices are part of the learning and monitoring system, and that they are involved in the work we do that matters to them.
He pūkenga tou/Skills and Experience
We're looking for policy professionals who can see the bigger picture, identify key issues, develop policy options using evidence, and confidently provide robust policy advice to Ministers and senior stakeholders.
To be successful in this role you will bring:
A track record of leading policy projects and programmes
Well-developed verbal influencing skills and written communication skills
Superb relationship management skills with a range of diverse and complex stakeholders
Proven experience in providing intellectual and professional leadership (Principal Advisor requirement)
Experience with mentoring and developing junior staff and peers (Principal Advisor requirement)
Ability to work in ambiguous and high-paced environment
A sound knowledge of the machinery of government
A strong understanding of the research and evidence base associated with family violence and sexual violence (desired)
Good networks and connections across the public sector and/or family violence and sexual violence sector (desired)
Tono mai/ How to Apply:
To apply for this role please click “apply”. If you would like to have more information, email Cindy Barthel at [email protected] or call 021 193 8181 for a confidential discussion.
The closing date is Sunday 4 December 2022
To apply for this role, you must hold the right to work in New Zealand

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