Manager Licensing & Authorisations at Reserve Bank of New Zealand, Wellington
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand | Te Pūtea Matua is New Zealand's central bank. Its purpose is enabling economic prosperity and well-being for all New Zealanders | Toitū te Ōhanga.
The Reserve Bank is preparing for new legislation that will promote the prosperity and well-being of New Zealanders. This legislation will contribute to a productive and sustainable economy by protecting and promoting the stability of the financial system.
This is an exciting time as the Bank continues to transform, setting up to meet an evolving mandate and purpose. This role sits within an ongoing multi-year project with a range of newly created roles that will enable Te Pūtea Matua to prepare for the Deposit Takers Bill that's been introduced to Parliament.
Te tūranga - The role
As the Manager of Licensing and Authorisations you will be responsible for leading a team that supports the licensing and re-licensing of regulated entities, including designing processes, frameworks, tools, and systems.
The Licencing and Authorisations function will lead RBNZ's work in:
- Early stage engagement with prospective new bank, insurance and non-bank deposit taker license applicants;
- Analysis and assessment of all bank, insurance and non-bank deposit taker license applications; and
- Analysis and assessment of changes to existing licenses including changes in control, significant acquisitions, divestment and deregistration.
You will build, grow and lead a team of licencing and authorisations specialists and in collaboration with our policy and supervision teams, contribute to the development of strategies for the effective licensing and relicensing of new and existing regulated entities. Alongside this, you will;
- Promote a culture of continuous improvement
- Develop, motivate and lead employees to perform at their best
- Ensure there is effective collaboration between the team and the wider group.
Ō pūkenga - About you
You're collaborative in your approach to leadership, and have the ability to build, foster and enable a motivated, high performing, inclusive and diverse team culture. You're an effective communicator and build relationships in a way that allows you to influence positively.
You will also have;
- The ability to develop a broad range of knowledge and skills across a range of specialisms
- Proven experience in relevant sectors, ideally consulting, banking, insurance and/or regulatory
- Sound judgement and the ability to think holistically across a broad range of issues.
- Project delivery and/or change management experience
Ngā painga - What we offer
We offer an inclusive and flexible working environment to enable our people to bring their whole selves to work and embrace each other's uniqueness. Our benefits include flexi-leave, wellness package, working from home subsidy, generous parental leave provisions, a range of learning and development opportunities, and access to numerous social, networking and sporting activities.
Ko wai mātou - Who we are
All New Zealanders have dreams, hopes, plans and goals. To achieve them we need a stable economy and sound and dynamic financial system built on integrity, innovation and inclusion. And that's exactly what we at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand - Te Pūtea Matua enable. A trusted system that gives Kiwis the confidence to make the spending and savings decisions that matter most to them.
We have a clear goal: to improve the economic wellbeing and prosperity of all New Zealanders so that we, and the generations to come, continue to enjoy this great country.
We are hugely passionate about what we do and the impact it has on Kiwi businesses, communities and whānau. Enabling New Zealand's financial system takes expertise, determination and a strong commitment to working collaboratively with our partners. We carry this responsibility with great pride and encourage you to apply if this resonates with you.
Me pēhea te tuku tono - To Apply/Interested?
To find out more please review the position description and for a confidential discussion, please email Angus McGregor - Director of Specialist Supervision and Support on firstname.lastname@example.org and for specific queries, contact Sara Butterfield Senior Recruitment Adviser on email@example.com
If this has helped you imagine a brighter future, apply online by 8 February 2023. Please include a cover letter with your application.
Ngā taipitopito tūranga mahi | Job details
|Employer:||Reserve Bank of New Zealand|
|Position type:||Ongoing - Full Time|
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