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Assistant Performance & Planning Adviser


Ministry of Culture & Heritage, Wellington

Closing Date : 23 Sep 2018

Vacancy OPFY183
Permanent/Full time

He ngākau titikaha, he hononga tangata
Promoting a confident and connected culture

Kōrero mō te tūranga | About the role

This position is located in the Organisational Performance Group, which is responsible for providing the full range of support services across the Ministry including Legal, Human Resources, Finance and Strategic Planning, Communications, Information Technology and Facilities Management to Manatū Taonga.

As the Ministry expands, this newly created role will support the Ministry’s planning and reporting functions and assist with the preparation of documents so that timely and high quality information is available for decision-making. There will be opportunity to gain experience in a range of finance and planning functions as well as work across the business to contribute to operational initiatives and work programme governance.

Kōrero mōu | About you

For this role, you will need the following specific skills, knowledge and experience:

  • Experience in performance or financial reporting, interpreting a range of operational and financial data.
  • Good understanding of financial concepts. Formal accounting qualification is desirable but not essential.
  • Good communication skills to maintain relationships with operational managers
  • Excellent analytical skills and information seeking abilities
  • Has a high level of initiative, is capable of using judgement and working with minimum supervision. 

Ko wai mātou | About us

Manatū Taonga is a relatively small ministry with a broad mandate, wide reach and a big heart. With around 135 staff, we operate a lean and flat structure, with the added advantage of knowing everyone by name.

Our work is diverse – we support many of New Zealand’s art, media, heritage and sports organisations; we also advise government on cultural matters and provide historical and heritage resources for everyone to access. We work to promote a confident and connected culture and to support more New Zealanders to connect with the culture and heritage of Aotearoa.

  • We have a leadership role across the cultural sector. We work with our funded agencies and partners to help shape national conversation about New Zealand’s culture and heritage.
  • We’re a Treaty partner. We work in partnership with Māori and are guided by the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi.
  • We’re a public sector agency. We work to deliver nationally significant programmes that speak to the heart of our national identity.

Te Mahi Hangore | Working Flexibly

We're committed to providing a supportive environment for our people and so we embrace flexible working arrangements at Manat
ūTaonga. We want you to be your best both inside and outside of work and we’re open minded about how you achieve that. We’d love to hear what flexible working arrangements may work for you, so don’t forget to include those in your cover letter. Whether you are looking for full time, part time or implement some altered work patterns to fit around other commitments in your life, we’d love to talk about it with you.

Me pēhea te tono|How to apply

For enquiries about this position please contact Ella Hall, Executive Assistant at 
ella.hall@mch.govt.nz 

Apply for this position by submitting your CV and covering letter via https://jobs.govt.nz/jobs/NZ-OPFY183.

Applications close 5pm, Sunday 23 September 2018.

Āheinga | Eligibility

If you are not a New Zealand citizen, you must hold current eligibility to work in New Zealand in order to work for Manatū Taonga. Please refer to the New Zealand Immigration Service for further information.

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