Senior Advisor International at Maritime New Zealand, Wellington
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
Our waterways define so much about life here in Aotearoa. So, it's vital every stretch - from the pristine South Island sounds to the wild West Coast waves - is well looked after. We exercise Kaitiakitanga over the maritime domain, supporting Aotearoa oceans and waterways to be safe, secure, clean and sustainable. Through our organisational strategy Te Korowai o Kaitiakitanga, The Cloak of Stewardship, we're on a multi-year journey to bring together our aroha, work and skills to ensure we can operate more strongly as stewards of the maritime domain.
International shipping is vital for New Zealand as a trading nation. New Zealand has committed to an internationally consistent regulatory system for ships joining international conventions covering safety, security and environmental protection. It is therefore essential that New Zealand is actively engaged in the development and maintenance of international regulation.
About the role:
We are looking for a self-starter with proven experience in leading or substantively contributing to policy or implementation projects in government and providing robust advice to decision makers and a range of audiences. You will understand how regulatory systems work and how they can interface with others. We need a strong critical thinker who can influence inside MNZ, across government and with our international stakeholders.
Because we are an organization and sector where relationships matter, you will model our values of respect, integrity, and commitment. You will need to work well with internal and external stakeholders to promote an integrated approach to policy and regulatory development which best supports New Zealand's maritime interests. You will have a keen eye for analysing and evaluating current international issues and assessing the impact and priority for New Zealand.
Ideally you will have:
- Relevant tertiary qualification e.g. public administration, politics, international relations, law, science;
- Strong analytical abilities, including the ability to interpret data and handle complex and technical material;
- Experience providing advice to wide range of audiences, to translate principles into action/application;
- Experience contributing and taking the lead in complex projects and programmes with multiple streams;
- Successful track record as a proactive and innovative thinker;
- Strong engagement and relationship skills, and ability to fostering positive working relationships with a diverse range of people;
- Proven success presenting to a range of different audiences and channels; highly effective written and oral communication skills;
- Comfortable working in a dynamic and evolving environment;
- Ability to travel internationally and domestically.
Other good stuff:
You'll be part of an excellent team where you will enjoy great employee benefits and will see plenty of scope to learn, upskill and explore your options. It's satisfying work, and our International Engagement team is part of the engine making it all happen, so if you've been wondering what the next step could or should be in your career, we think it's time to 'navigate your next', here with us.
Applications for this role close Wednesday 5th October 2022.
Also please note that you must have the legal right to live and work in New Zealand to be considered for this role.
If you have any questions please e-mail email@example.com.
Ngā taipitopito tūranga mahi | Job details
|Employer:||Maritime New Zealand|
|Position type:||Ongoing - Full Time|
|Category:||Policy & analysis|
|Attachment:||No File Attached|
|File links:||Senior Advisor International PD - September 2022.pdf|
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