Kaitatari Kaupapa Here Matua | Senior Policy Analyst - Infrastructure & Growth Team, Wellington, Min

Published 2022-11-24
Expires 2022-12-24
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Kaitatari Kaupapa Here Matua | Senior Policy Analyst - Infrastructure & Growth Team, Wellington, Min
New Zealand, Wellington, Wellington,
Published November 24, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Kaitatari kaupapa here matua | senior policy analyst - infrastructure & growth team

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Job Description Flexible on LocationPermanent Position and 12 Month Fixed Term Position availableSupport Flexible Working Mo tenei turangi mahi | About this roleThe Urban and Infrastructure Planning and Policy unit has team members across Aotearoa NZ, including in the Wellington office, Christchurch office and Auckland policy office. Essentially, we work on all things urban policy - including urban: planning, design, growth, housing, infrastructure and climate related urban issues. We work collaboratively with other agencies, especially with Te Tuapapa Kura Kainga - the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).The Senior Policy Analyst role we have available is in the Infrastructure and Growth team, which sits under the Urban and Infrastructure Planning and Policy Unit, but we work collaboratively and across the unit based on priorities and resourcing needs and to accommodate growth development opportunities for our people.In this role you will be working across infrastructure and growth policy, implementation and delivery. You will support the effective and efficient operation of infrastructure policy in the current RMA system as well as help shape and implement the new resource management system. In particular you will be providing policy advice, including monitoring and reporting, on how infrastructure is provided for through multiple policy areas, such as the evolving Natural and Built Environments Bill, National Policy Statement on Urban Development, Enabling Housing Supply legislation and Emissions Reduction Plan.This role offers a unique opportunity to work as part of a high performing, focussed unit to deliver and implement urban and infrastructure policy within the existing system and the future resource management system.Nga pukenga me nga wheako | Skills and experienceThis role would suit policy professionals who have: A good working knowledge of the RMAAn understanding of the role infrastructure plays to support growth and developmentGood policy development skills and experienceExcellent written and oral communication skillsAble to connect with partners and stakeholders and building relationshipsAbility to work across a number of work streams and to manage competing prioritiesComfort in working with ambiguity and adaptability to changing priorities and new and emerging issuesAnd are great team players. Whanuitanga Utu a-Tau | Salary rangeSalary range for this role is $101,802 to $124,424 pa. Appointment within this range will be based on skills and experience.Nga hua ka puta i te mahi ki MfE | Benefits of working at MfE a flexible by default approach to create a healthy work-life balanceagile working, allowing you variety and challenges across the organisation as we work as ‘One MfE'generous leave entitlementsactive employee networks including Maori, Asian, Neurodivergent, Women, Pasifika, Rainbow opportunities for development and education. Check out other benefits of joining us and hear what our people say about Working at MfE | Ministry for the Environment.Mo matou | About us The Ministry's purpose - He taiao tonui mo nga reanga katoa - a flourishing environment for every generation. A key priority for the Ministry is Te Ao Maori. This means we work with our Treaty partner to advance Maori priorities for the environment and for environmental success. We will be confident and coordinated in our ongoing engagement with Maori and lead the natural resources system in engaging for success with tangata whenua. We will grow our capability and capacity to accurately reflect Maori views in our work. An organisational priority is that we accurately reflect Te Tiriti o Waitangi and Te Ao Maori into our everyday work, by living our Te Ao Hurihuri Strategy through capability and capacity building.Tono inaianei |

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