Qualifications System Product Analyst
Waihanga Ara Rau
Are you passionate about education and training in Aotearoa? Do you want to support the future of the Construction and Infrastructure workforce?
We have exciting opportunities for Qualification System Product Analysts to join the start-up team at Waihanga Ara Rau, the Construction and Infrastructure Workforce Development Council (WDC). As the voice of industry, we provide businesses and employers with greater leadership over workforce development and vocational education and training so they can get the right people, with the right skills, at the right time.
Our WDC’s key functions include setting standards, developing qualifications and helping to shape curriculum to meet the current and future needs of the Construction and Infrastructure industries.
More information about Waihanga Ara Rau and the role of WDCs can be found here: www.ohumahi.nz
Te āhua o te Tūnga – The nature of the position
This is a unique, rewarding opportunity to join us as we embark on a significant change to the vocational educational sector. As a Qualification System Product Analyst, you will contribute to meaningful and impactful work for a highly visible industry.
Our supportive, friendly team plays a pivotal role in creating a skilled, sustainable and diverse Construction and Infrastructure sector.
We work alongside industry experts, iwi, and education organisations to translate current and future industry capability requirements into qualifications, standards and micro-credentials.
Our mahi allows education providers to create great experiences for learners and delivers the right skills to industry. Our QSP Analysts take pride in seeing how qualifications they have contributed to have helped people to upskill and thrive in their chosen vocation.
Be part of this exciting change. Help shape the future of industries, people, whānau and communities across Aotearoa.
These are permanent roles and can be based in our Wellington or Auckland offices or in remote locations.
Ngā Pūkenga me nga whēako tino nu - Skills/experiences for the role
You may have experience working in education or have the relevant transferable skills (excellent listening, analytical, writing, project management and relationship management capabilities).
In this role you will need to analyse concepts and ideas, apply critical thinking skills and deliver great solutions. You will be comfortable finding the bigger picture inside the details, asking the right questions to fully understand what is required and summarising complex discussions.
This is a great role to apply your existing skills in building relationships as developing and maintaining strong relationships and engaging, facilitating, and collaborating with a diverse range of stakeholders are key parts of this role
Waihanga Ara Rau supports the very diverse construction and infrastructure industries; you are likely to work on projects from we work with stonemasonry to telecommunications (and everything in between) so a sense of curiosity is essential and an interest in these trades is ideal.
Technical competency developing NZQA products such as qualifications and standards would be beneficial but not essential as training will be provided.
Our organisation and our staff honour Te Tiriti o Waitangi. We value and use diverse and inclusive thinking, people and behaviours. This means that we are actively seeking to ensure that our organisation and our staff reflect the diversity of Aotearoa and the industries and people we work to support, and that the contributions of staff with diverse backgrounds, experiences, skills and perspectives are valued and respected.
Te tono – How to apply
If this sounds like you apply now! Information about us and the role of Workforce Development Councils can be found at www.waihanga.nz.
Please note we will be reviewing applications as we receive them.
To ensure the health and wellbeing of our staff, the Workforce Development Councils have a Vaccination Policy which requires all employees to have a Covid-19 Vaccination Certificate, otherwise known as a My Vaccine Pass (CVC) in order commence employment.