Maritime New Zealand is the national regulatory, compliance and response agency that looks after the safety, security and environmental protection of coastal and inland waterways. Its mission is to ensure our seas are safe, secure and clean on behalf of all New Zealanders. It is in a positive position to take the next step forward as a progressive maritime regulatory compliance and response organisation. As it grows, it needs the right people to build teams and empower talented people across the organisation.
Maritime New Zealand has evolved its policy team to bring a truly integrated approach to developing and maintaining its regulatory systems. This exciting new leadership position will be responsible for managing the Regulatory Service Design unit, and along with other Deputy Managers will work across the organisation and the system to deliver quality end-to-end policy development and fit for purpose regulatory frameworks. This role will also help create a special team culture where people are supported to fulfil their potential and live Maritime New Zealand’s values of respect, integrity and commitment.
The Deputy Manager Regulatory Service Design will lead specialist staff and establish a new service design function with an initial focus on genuine engagement of diverse stakeholders. You will develop a model for delivering service design that works in a regulatory environment, and then expand the unit to make this a reality. The ideal candidate would have a blend of policy, project management, and service design experience, and be a motivating people manager with a good understanding of regulatory practice.
This is an outstanding opportunity to join an evidence-based, intelligence-led and risk-focused regulatory, compliance and response organisation. You will be working in a fascinating sector that has a far-reaching impact on our country, environment and lifestyle.
The recruitment of this role is being managed by JacksonStone & Partners. Please contact Simon Boyes or Helen Cox on 04 550 8000 for further information.
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Applications close Friday, 14 February 2020.