Operations Business Analyst

Te Hiku Iwi Development Trust

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Te Hiku ō Te Ika Iwi Development Trust (the Development Trust) is a Charitable Trust formed in 2013 by the Iwi Chairs of Ngāi Takoto, Te Aupōuri and Te Rarawa.

Set up on the cusp of the Treaty settlements, the Development Trust was established as a vehicle to drive collaborative programmes and shared outcomes that Iwi seek collectively.

Te Hiku Iwi are working together on the Te Hiku o Ika Iwi - Crown Social Development and Wellbeing Accord to realise their shared vision:

This role is responsible for supporting Te Hiku Iwi Development Trust initiatives to meet their desired outcomes. You will work within projects to define, document, and then manage throughout the project lifecycle business change requirements. Your role is to ensure all stakeholders requirements are accurately reflected and then designed into new or enhanced processes or practices, and be a champion of user requirements throughout design, development, and implementation.

The Operations Business Analyst role is responsible for supporting Te Hiku Iwi Development Trust initiatives to meet their desired outcomes. 

You will work within projects to define, document, and then manage throughout the project lifecycle business change requirements. Your role is to ensure all stakeholders requirements are accurately reflected and then designed into new or enhanced processes or practices.

You will be a champion of effective operational business requirement practices throughout design, development, and implementation.

The successful applicant will demonstrate the following competencies:

  • Bachelor's degree in business administration, finance, or related field
  • Technical writing experience
  • Project management experience with a good understanding of DevOps pipelines, version control integration, automating data collection processing and model deployment pipelines
  • Strong understanding of regulatory and reporting requirements as well as plenty of experience in forecasting, budgeting and financial analysis combined with understanding of key performance indicators.
  • The ability to manage high-volume and complex projects and workflows with an appreciation  of the big picture and an eye for detail
  • Highly skilled user of MS office 365 with advanced skills in MS Excel, MS Word, MS Visio, PowerPoint, MS Project
  • Experienced in enterprise-level change, working in high-pressure, time-critical project environments
  •  Ability to developand maintain a supportive environment consistent with the needs of the service delivery aspirations of the organisation.
  •  Uses innovative / creative approaches to gain acceptance where a fresh perspective is required.
  • Expert administration, support, and problem-solving skills.
  • Excellent communicator with well-developed communication skills
  • Ability to work autonomously and have the flexibility to respond to a rapidly changing environment.
  • Uses innovative / creative approaches to gain acceptance where a fresh perspective is required.
  • Practical knowledge of Te Reo and tikanga Māori

For further information please go to: https://www.tehiku.iwi.nz

Please provide a Cover letter indicating what interests you in this position, along with a Resume, and the Employee Application and Declaration Form to:

Lesley Elliott at HR@tehikuiwi.com.

Please email any questions to the same email address. 

Applications close 5 pm Friday 29 January 2022

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