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Outreach Director For Green Leaders' Office

Last update 2024-03-04
Expires 2024-03-04
ID #2028794713
135,000 NZ$
Outreach Director For Green Leaders' Office
New Zealand, Wellington, Wellington,
Modified February 13, 2024


Outreach Director for Green Leaders' Office Mo te tunga | About the role : The Green Party's parliamentary team is looking for a highly skilled political organiser with staff management experience to lead our community Outreach Team, supporting New Zealanders to engage with Green MPs and parliamentary processes.

You will be the lead advisor to the party Co-leaders and Caucus on all community engagement and outreach activities, supporting New Zealanders to engage with Green MPs and parliamentary processes.

As a senior member of the Green Party's parliamentary staff team, you will have at least four staff reporting directly to you and play a role supporting and upskilling other staff.

The Outreach Team's work is an essential part of building public awareness about the work of Green Party MPs, and engaging New Zealanders in the democratic process through petitions and online submission guides.

Responsibilities include: Developing high quality and engaging event plans and communications plans Engaging members of the public with the work of Green MPs, in person and online Supporting Green MPs to raise public awareness about important issues Identifying issues in the community of potential concern to the Green Party and providing advice on their resolution Building and maintaining positive working relationships with local community groups and networks Maintaining networks both inside and outside of Parliament to further the parliamentary party's parliamentary interests You will work to the Chief of Staff, in collaboration with the Communications Director, Research & Policy Director, and Kaitohu te Matawaka, to ensure the Green Party's parliamentary Caucus is supported to achieve its strategic goals.

To kete | What you will bring to the role : Your experience in community or political organising - perhaps with NGOs or unions - means you know how to review and evaluate issue-based campaigns, using data and finely tuned political instincts to improve your team's work.

We offer a range of benefits including 5 weeks' annual leave, an eye and hearing subsidy, and an annual well-being payment.

You will receive an induction from Parliamentary Service to set you up to succeed, as well as having access to ongoing learning, development, and professional networking opportunities.

We are proud of He Ao Takitaki (our Te Ao Maori strategy); we offer karakia, waiata, and reo Maori opportunities along with opportunities through other staff networks.

Our core values are at the heart of how we work: Integrity, Manaakitanga, Accountability, Whanaungatanga, and Empowerment.

This exciting opportunity will offer you variety, challenge and will provide you with a unique insight into the political process and how Parliament operates.

This role is for 40 hours per week.

Some flexibility in hours may be required, including to support weekend and evening events from time to time.

This is an events-based, fixed-term role based in Wellington.

The appointing salary for this role is $125,000 - $135,000 per annum.

Appointments will be based on skills and experience.

If you're community-minded and ready to help engage the public with democracy in Aotearoa, then apply now.

Applications close Friday 23 rd February 2024 at 5pm.

If you have any questions regarding this role, please contact ****** Parliamentary Service appoints on merit and is committed to EEO and good employer principles.

Reference # 35428 Posted on 09 Feb 2024 Closes on 23 Feb 2024 17:00 Location(s) Wellington Expertise General Management, Organisational Strategy & Performance#J-18808-Ljbffr

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Outreach director for green leaders' office

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