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Business Improvement Principal Advisor

NZ Ministry of Education
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Job Description


The Organisation

The Ministry of Education's purpose is to be the lead advisor on the education system, shaping direction for educational agencies and providers and contributing to the Government's goal for education. 

As part of this vision, the Ministry is currently going through an exciting change journey in order to meet, improve and influence how the system will be shaped for the betterment for every New Zealander.

Hudson have the pleasure of working with the Data and Information Stewardship (DIS) group to secure passionate data experts who want to be part of their data journey.  Their vision is to enable the organisation to be better at the collection, evaluation and dissemination of data in order to provide an exceptional customer experience for all New Zealand educational users.  The DIS group has numerous needs at both management and specialist roles within data warehousing, data management and information management.


About you

As the Business Improvement Principal Advisor you will play a vital role in shaping the dynamics and direction of this newly established team. You will likely be a Project Manager with change management experience or a Change Manager looking to advise and support a newly established team. You will work closely with the leadership team to build capability across the team and DIS group as a whole. 

As the right-hand person to the GM, you will support the journey of change DIS are going through and take a holistic view of the entire DIS team. Specifically, you will need to be strategic and proactive to identify issues before they arise. 

If you are looking to grow your career and personal development then now is the time for you to step up to that management and leadership role you desire. 

Your Responsibilities 

As part of the overall strategy of the team's growth and direction, your responsibilities could include, but is not limited to:

-          Creating people-development frameworks

-          Identify and map career paths for people within the DIS team

-          Examining how the DIS group interact and propose improvements to this service

-          Managing and communicating the change process for the stakeholders

-          Writing strategic option papers for the DIS team

In addition, communication is a key facet of the role in which you are able to take data and translate it to tell a story.


What next

If you are looking for the opportunity to share your wealth of knowledge with a newly established team, then apply now. Alternatively, call Joseph Chetcuti on (04) 917 9262 for a confidential discussion about this exciting opportunity.


Applications for this role close Sunday, 22 October 2017

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