Fixed term, flexible location, Dynamic and agile environment, Drive Exceptional Learner Experience.Fixed term, flexible locationDynamic and agile environmentDrive Exceptional Learner ExperienceCompetitive Remuneration PackageAbout the Role:Reporting directly to the DCE Learner Journey & Experience, the Kaik?kiri will provide leadership and expertise in the development and management of the network?s ability to deliver holistic systems, services, and support for all learners to enhance – learner wellbeing and success.Key responsibilities include:Provide expertise, leadership, and capability to multiple diverse partiesLead a strategic approach to learner wellbeing across the network ensuring that services and systems meet learner needs, as well as requirements of relevant codes of practice Leading initiatives that ensure equity of access to services and support that work for all learnersProvide leadership and model behaviours, attitudes and actions that will ensure the success of Te P?kengaBe a change agent ensuring strategies are future focused and change is managed in a collaborative and effective mannerLead stakeholder engagement and relationship managementSkills and Experience: Significant senior leadership experienceExperience giving effect to the Treaty and equity approaches at strategic and operational levelsInherently customer centric and driven to improve the wellbeing of all learnersDemonstrable experience in embedding strategy, policy and frameworks, and practices at scaleExpertise in project delivery, including financial and budgetProven capability and experience in relationship and stakeholder managementBenefits: Dynamic, agile environmentBe at the forefront of transformational change in the vocational learningCompetitive remuneration packageFixed term (until Dec 2022)Flexible location ? work from home when not travelling.About the Company:Te P?kenga is the new entity responsible for ensuring equity and excellence for all New Zealanders in the area of vocational learning. Its key functions include; embedding a Treaty-based approach and ensuring equity for all learners improving the consistency of vocational learning; meeting the needs of the regions of New Zealand and their learners, industries, employers and communities; ensuring that every learner receives what they need to be successful, and to improve outcomes in the tertiary education system as a whole.How to apply:As Te P?kenga is in the process of developing a new operating model, this role is until December 2o22. Please send your CV and cover letter to email@example.com. Application close at 5pm Wednesday 21 April.