New Zealand Qualifications Authority, Wellington
Closing Date : 24 Oct 2017
Project Administrator, Qualifications Services
Do you thrive on variety and have an interest in supporting the educational achievement of Māori through mātauranga Māori pathways? Have you got a positive, energetic, flexible customer-focussed approach and a strong results orientation?
The New Zealand Qualifications Authority is seeking a Project Administrator to join the Wellington-based Qualifications Services business unit. The preferred candidate will be working closely with our Māori Qualifications Services team.
You will be involved in projects supporting the development and maintenance of nationally recognised qualifications and standards, and associated assessment support materials.
Are you able to:
- provide project co-ordination and administration support with attention to detail
- provide web design and editing skills
- develop and review business processes and systems
- maintain outstanding client relationships through your excellent oral and written communication skills
- incorporate your knowledge of te reo me ngā tikanga Māori into your day-to-day work?
To be successful in this role, you will be a self-starter who is reliable, flexible, and recognises when to take action to reduce demands on others. You will be experienced using office, administration, and relevant project management systems. You will be organised, methodical, good at prioritising your work, and have strong people skills.
If you believe you have the right mix of skills and knowledge, and are passionate about making a positive contribution to the educational success of Māori, then you may be the person we are looking for!
For more information about this role please refer to the job description, NZQA's Customer Charter and Organisational Values. If you are applying through Seek, please click 'apply now'.
For more information about the role, or to apply, please go to www.nzqa.govt.nz/vacancies.
Alternatively, call Ruiha Biddle on 04 463 3373.
Applications close at 5.00 pm on Tuesday, 24 October 2017.