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Researcher/Analyst

Employer:
NZ Ministry of Justice
Job Category:
Policy & analysis
City/Town:
Region:
Wellington City
Job Type:
Posted Date:
12-Jan-2018
Closing Date:
26-Jan-2018
File Attachment:
Researcher-Analyst position description.pdf (PDF, 222KB)
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Job Description

Researcher/Analyst (MOJ/1313226)

Waitangi Tribunal, Wellington

Full time, permanent position

The Waitangi Tribunal unit inquires into historical and contemporary Treaty claims through a broad range of inquiry programmes and processes.

We are looking for hardworking, talented and motivated people to join us as Inquiry Facilitators.

Inquiry Facilitators are responsible for providing robust advice for inquiry planning and procedures throughout the Tribunal process. Strong analytical skills are required as is the ability to plan and prioritise work. You are required to work closely with a wide range of people including the judiciary, Tribunal members, claimants and counsel.  You are also required to engage with and provide advice on a variety of inquiry material such as evidence and submissions. An understanding of, and commitment to, the work of the Waitangi Tribunal is essential and an understanding of te reo, tikanga and mātauranga Māori would be beneficial.

The attached position description spans three teams within the Waitangi Tribunal unit. We are specifically looking for Inquiry Facilitators in this instance.

To succeed in this role, you will be a team player with a background in New Zealand history, public policy or law and a relevant tertiary qualification. 

Salary band:  $56,050 - $75,832.

To apply, click the Apply button below to be directed to our Careers Website. You can view a detailed position description at the site, as well as complete an online application form by attaching your CV and cover letter. For tracking purposes, all applications must be submitted via our online process.

Applications close 26 January 2018.

 

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