Hours: Full time
Business Group: Charities Services
Branch: Service Delivery & Operations
Salary: $46,744 – $63,241
Assistant Investigator Charities Services
An opportunity to make a difference – working with the New Zealand charitable sector
Kia ora koutou, tālofa lava and warm greetings
Ngā Ratonga Kaupapa Atawhai Charities Services is part of the Department of International Affairs Te Tari Taiwhenua, and administers the Charities Act 2005. Our role is to promote trust and confidence in the charitable sector and to encourage the effective use of charitable resources. We do this by registering and monitoring charities. Our ambition is to be a modern, responsive, risk-based regulator and service provider to the sector.
With over 27,000 organisations serving a diverse cross-section of communities and the environment, our work helps make a significant difference for people across New Zealand. We maintain the transparency and integrity of the charitable sector by registering and monitoring charities, and provide education and assistance to encourage good governance and management practices.
The Investigations team manages complaints and carries out investigations into charities and their officers that may have been involved in serious wrongdoing and other significant breaches of the Charities Act.
As an Assistant Investigator you will work as part of this team to administer the complaints process around registered charities, provide administrative assistance with a particular focus on Official Information Act requests in addition to conducting smaller investigations in accordance with the Charities Act 2005. All your work is to ensure public trust and confidence in the charitable sector is maintained.
This position is an important component in the team and is ideally suited to a recent graduate looking for that entry step into the field of Government regulation and compliance.
To be successful in the position of Assistant Investigator you will need to have:
Experience in dealing with Official Information Act requests would be a significant advantage.
An ability to hold a security clearance to the level of In Confidence will be required.
If you have this experience and expertise, come and join our team!
To learn more about the diverse, important mahi we do at Te Tari Taiwhenua and see why we’re a great place to work, click here.
We work to make New Zealand better for New Zealanders through our four outcome areas:
Applications close: 5pm, Friday 27 November 2020
For more information please contact: Dave Sayers at email@example.com
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