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Policy Advisors (lvl 2)at Nz Ministry Of Justice, Wellington, Nz Ministry Of Justice

Published 2022-06-23
Expires 2022-07-23
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Policy Advisors (lvl 2)at Nz Ministry Of Justice, Wellington, Nz Ministry Of Justice
New Zealand, Wellington, Wellington,
Published June 23, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Policy advisors (lvl 2)at nz ministry of justice


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Mō tēnei tūranga

POLICY ADVISORS (LEVEL

3x Permanent positions - National Office,

Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi, engari he toa takitini
My strength is not mine alone, but comes from the

Te āhuatunga a te

Do you want to help solve complex problems with real life impact on Aotearoa New Zealand's courts system, or support the democratic rights of New Zealanders, or be involved in the reform of Family Law in Aotearoa New Zealand? Do you want to be part of a Policy Group that values Ngā Ao Māori approaches and applies Te Tiriti o Waitangi to our policy development and

We're looking for three experienced policy advisors to join our Courts System Policy, Family Law and Electoral and Constitutional policy teams. In these roles, you will have opportunities to shape thinking and drive change. You'll have complex and challenging issues to resolve, and opportunities to sharpen your critical thinking and relationship management

The Courts System policy

The Family Law policy

The Electoral and Constitutional policy

If you like to find out more about these roles, please
Matthew Mitchell, Policy Manager of the Courts System Policy team at
Naomi Stephen-Smith, Policy Manager for the Family Law team
Hayley Denoual, Policy Manager of the Electoral and Constitutional team
He pūkenga

The successful candidate will
Problem Communication Relationship
Experience with the legislative process or a legal background would be an advantage, but is not

In return, we
Prioritise your well-being and professional Empower you to coach others, and be coached by experienced policy Provide opportunities to work on and lead a broad range of intellectually challenging policy Provide a flexible working
Mō te tīma /About our

The Courts System Policy and Family Law teams are part of the Courts and Justice Services Policy unit in the Policy Group at Justice – Tāhū o Te Ture – which is focused on making New Zealand a safe and just

When you choose to work in the Policy Group at Justice – Te Tāhū o Te Ture – you'll join a successful Group that is focused on making New Zealand a safe and just society. We are committed to honouring our commitments under te Tiriti o

Joining the Ministry of Justice means you will become part of an inclusive organisation that values you and the communities we serve. It's our promise to ensure our workplace is one where our people feel healthy and safe, supported and able to be themselves at work. We value respect as the foundation for building a positive workplace culture and one where diversity is welcomed and

Tono

To apply, click the Apply button below to be directed to our Careers Website. You can view a detailed position description here, as well as complete an online application form by attaching your CV and cover

We're open to discussing flexible working options that work for both you and the




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    Nz Ministry Of Justice
    Registered on October 7, 2017

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