Graduate Policy Advisor at Land Information New Zealand, Wellington
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
- Work on policy to address challenges that impact all New Zealanders,
- Showcase your analytical skills and your ability to grow relationships,
- Work in a collaborative team and begin your career in policy
Kōrero mō te tūranga - About the role
As a Graduate Policy Advisor, you will be supported to collaborate on smaller, but still challenging and complex policy projects, and have the opportunity to contribute to the production of high-quality policy advice. This will support government priorities and our Toitū Te Whenua objectives.
There is also the opportunity to contribute to a variety of larger, high-profile policy projects and work collaboratively across central and local government on policy reforms.
You will be part of a policy team, within the Strategy, Policy and Design business unit and the wider Organisational Effectiveness business group. Our teams work collaboratively, so in addition to policy projects, you will get an opportunity to work alongside colleagues in the areas of strategy, regulatory stewardship, research and design.
We are looking for an individual who enjoys working with a wide range of people. You will be contributing to policy projects so will need to be forward thinking and committed to making a difference.
He pūkenga tou - Skills & Experience
- You will have an academic background in a field that demonstrates that you are a critical thinker,
- Have a theoretical understanding of cabinet, parliamentary and legislative processes,
- Be confident working alongside subject matter experts,
- Show initiative, curiosity, flexibility and openness,
- Be able to communicate complex issues clearly and succinctly,
- Work collaboratively with other team members and stakeholders,
- Be a self-starter who actively makes suggestions and contributes to work
The annual salary range for this role is $61,324 - $82,968. We expect to appoint up to mid-point of the range dependant on experience.
Ngā mea e tukuna ana e tātau – What we offer our employees
- Interesting work which impacts Aotearoa as we care for whenua, moana and arawai
- Eye & ear care reimbursements
- Annual Flu Vaccinations
- Reduced Health Insurance Premiums
- Diverse groups and networks
- If eligible for paid parental leave, you will be entitled to a top up payment for the first 18 weeks of the 26 weeks
- A minimum of four weeks and three days annual leave
As an organisation Toitū Te Whenua embraces diversity, encourages work life balance and we have a flexible approach to the way we work which means you will quickly feel connected and valued. Toitū Te Whenua is one of the most engaged organisations in the public sector and people always say what a great place Toitū Te Whenua is to work.
Te Tākinatanga - Our Story
At Toitū Te Whenua Land Information New Zealand, our key role is to ensure New Zealanders have accurate information about where people and places are, that people have confidence in their property rights and that Crown property is well managed for future generations.
From the best way to develop farmland, build a new suburb, manage a high-country farm or navigate on land or at sea, our work and location information help people make better decisions and create economic, social, environmental and cultural value for New Zealand.
Tono mai - How to Apply
To apply, please click “Apply Online.” You'll be taken through to our Toitū Te Whenua Careers Centre where you'll be able to review further information about the responsibilities and accountabilities of this role in the Position Description. You'll be able to complete your online application form, graduate questionnaire and upload a copy of your CV/Cover Letter.
Please note, applications close 7 February 2023 and interviews will be organised with those shortlisted soon after this.
For tracking and evaluation purposes, all applications must be submitted via our on-line process. You must have the legal right to live and work in New Zealand to be eligible for this position.
Toitū Te Whenua is currently undertaking a change programme, known as Organising Ourselves, which is focused on strengthening our connections, our agility, and the way we engage and work with our customers and partners. Note that we will be making changes to our ways of working and how we think about and describe our roles as part of this programme.
If you have any questions about this role or working at Toitū Te Whenua, please email email@example.com and our Recruitment Team will be in touch with you.
Ngā taipitopito tūranga mahi | Job details
|Employer:||Land Information New Zealand|
|Position type:||Ongoing - Full Time|
|Category:||Policy & analysis|
|Attachment:||Grad Policy Advisor PD Dec 2022.pdf (PDF, 201KB)
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