Analyst (Lvl 1) at NZ Ministry of Justice, Wellington City
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
Calling all talented Analysts!
We have multiple roles across Te Arawhiti.
Te Arawhiti - The Office for Māori Crown Relations
Ko te tino aro a Te Arawhiti, hei whakahou, hei whakahūrokuroku, hei hangaia hoki te whakawhanaungatanga ki waenganui i te iwi Māori. Ko te whakapākehātanga mō Te Arawhiti, ‘he piriti', ā, he tohu anō hoki tēnei i te piriti kei waenganui i te iwi Māori me te Karauna, i ngā wā ō muri mai, me ngā wā kei mua tonu, me te tawhiti mai i ngā auētanga tai atu ki te whanaungatanga.
Our name, Te Arawhiti, means ‘the bridge'. This name symbolises the bridge between Māori and the Crown, the past, the present and the future, and the journey from grievance to true Treaty partnership.
With a busy work-programme ahead, we are looking for people to come join us on this journey across a range of fixed-term or secondment opportunities. These roles are just some of many available so be sure to check out the other positions available.
We are a small, but dynamic and impactful organisation, so whether you want to support iwi to reach their Treaty settlements, build public sector capability, work with other agencies to deliver for Māori or support the organisation to do great mahi, we have something for you.
Working within a small team gives you a greater opportunity to be seen, be heard and make a real difference to restoring, sustaining and building the Māori Crown relationship each and every day. You will also be developing skills and experience that are in demand right now.
If that sounds like you, we welcome your application for one or more of these exciting roles.
Te āhuatunga a te tūranga/About the Analyst (level 1) and Analyst (level 2) Roles
This is an exciting opportunity to help shape the Māori-Crown relationship. In these roles, you will provide high quality advice on a range of matters from a Māori-Crown relationship perspective, participate in settlement negotiations with our iwi partners, and work with other Crown agencies to develop settlement packages.
In these roles, you may:
- Provide sound policy advice on Māori-Crown relations matters to other Crown agencies, senior leadership and ministers
- Work with Chief Crown Negotiators and negotiations teams to develop and negotiate historical Treaty settlement packages
- Build relationships with iwi negotiators and other Crown agencies and councils
- Undertake legislative functions under the Official Information Act 1982, the Public Finance Act 1989 and the Public Records Act 2005.
We are looking for people for Analyst (level one) and Analyst (level two) positions. Appointment into these positions will depend on the skills and experience of the successful candidate. These positions are in Te Kāhui Whakatau and Te Hāpai Ō Strategy (Policy and Legal).
We have fixed term roles, and are open to secondments if you want to broaden your horizons.
He pūkenga tou/Skills and Experience
To be successful in these roles you will:
- Be committed to the principles of te Tiriti o Waitangi
- Bring an understanding of Te Ao Māori, Te Reo Māori me onā tikanga
- Have strong problem-solving, analytical and communication skills
- Be prepared to get involved in a wide range of tasks from writing Cabinet papers to setting up chairs for hui
Mō te tīma/About our Team
- Te Kāhui Whakatau – we work with iwi Māori to resolve historical grievances by negotiating fair and durable Treaty of Waitangi settlements. These settlements include historical, cultural, financial and commercial redress that provide a foundation for strengthening the Māori Crown relationship into the future.
- Te Hāpai Ō Strategy, Policy and Legal - The Strategy and Policy team leads government strategic thinking on how to progress the Māori Crown relationship towards true Treaty partnership; is responsible for the Crown's policy framework for the settlement of historical Treaty of Waitangi claims; provides policy advice within Te Arawhiti and across government on policy issues impacting Māori rights and interests; supports the development of cross-government capability on incorporating the Treaty into policy, and is responsible for statutory regulatory functions and monitoring a Crown Entity.
The position description that accompanies this represents broadly the role and responsibilities. Depending on the area of Te Arawhiti you are interested in working in, the position description may differ slightly. The position description will be confirmed during the recruitment process dependent on the role.
Tono mai/How to Apply
To apply, click the Apply button below to be directed to our Careers Website. You can view a generic position description here (noting each Kāhui and Hāpai position description have variations), as well as complete an online application form by attaching your CV and cover letter.
Analyst (level one) - The appointing salary for this role will be between $54,689 and $67,556 based on skills and experience.
Analyst (level two) - The appointing salary for this role will be between $63,019, and $77,846 based on skills and experience.
Applications close on 4 December 2022.
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com
Ngā taipitopito tūranga mahi | Job details
|Employer:||NZ Ministry of Justice|
|Category:||Policy & analysis|
|Attachment:||TA Position Description - Analyst.pdf (PDF, 203KB)
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