Graduate Policy Advisors at Inland Revenue Department, Wellington
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
Graduate Policy Advisors
- Are you interested in advising Government decision-makers on important tax and social policy issues?
- Inland Revenue's Policy and Regulatory Stewardship Group are now recruiting Graduate Policy Advisors
- Wellington based
Inland Revenue plays a critical role in improving the economic and social wellbeing of New Zealanders. We do this by collecting and distributing money, we collect 80% of the Crown's revenue and distribute social support payments.
We're offering great flexibility, support and development opportunities unique to you and your aspirations so that you can bring your whole self to work and thrive with us.
Mō mātou | About us
The Policy and Regulatory Stewardship team advises Government on a range of tax and social policy issues. We research and develop policy options, and present policy recommendations to senior officials and Ministers. We also prepare the legislation arising from those policy recommendations and support it through the legislative process.-
You can find an overview of what we have been working on at https://taxpolicy.ird.govt.nz/work-programme
Mō te tūnga-| About the role
We are looking for graduates who, along with strong academic backgrounds and other complementary skills, can bring diverse perspectives to the team. The ideal candidate will have the ability to solve problems by thinking critically and conceptually, engage well with stakeholders, work collaboratively in teams, and communicate complex ideas effectively. We are looking for candidates that will graduate this year or that graduated within the last 3 years.
These roles are likely to commence at the at the beginning of 2023, however, start dates could be flexible for candidates who are available to start sooner.
We can offer you the opportunity to:
- be part of a hugely exciting policy agenda that affects all New Zealanders
- be part of one of the highest performing policy shops in Government, where you will have the chance to hone your policy skills to the highest level
- form links with the operational side of the business
- work in a high performing team in which people enjoy their work and support each other when in need
- work closely with other agencies, business, individuals, and internationally
- learn about the parliamentary process and contribute to legislative change
- advise and present to Ministers and senior leaders
- help strengthen Māori Crown relationships under Te Tiriti o Waitangi/ the Treaty of Waitangi
Tono mai | Apply here
Please apply online, attaching a copy of your CV and Cover letter outlining how you meet the role requirements as outlined here. As part of the application, we would also like you to upload:
- Your complete academic transcript or a copy of your unofficial transcript if you have not yet graduated
- A short sample of your work that demonstrates your writing ability (e.g. an excerpt of a essay written for a university course) this should be no longer than 3 pages.
Please email IRDcareers@ird.govt.nz for a copy of the role description or for any further information or support throughout the recruitment process.
Applications close at 5pm 10 June 2022
Ngā taipitopito tūranga mahi | Job details
|Employer:||Inland Revenue Department|
|Position type:||Ongoing - Full Time|
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