New Zealand Customs | Te Mana Ārai o Aotearoa has recently transformed our People & Capability group and have created three new positions for People & Capability Business Partners (P&CBP). These roles will be based in either Wellington or Auckland.
Reporting to the Manager HR Service Delivery, you will partner with a nominated business group(s) to provide strategic human resource management and people advice to a Deputy Chief Executive (DCE) and their leadership team.
P&CBP’s will act as brokers between the business group and wider P&C functions – such as core HR advisory, P&C centres of expertise and HR shared services – to tailor the design and implementation of P&C interventions to best serve the group operational needs and contribute to the overall achievement of Customs’ strategy – Rautaki Mana Ārai.
New Zealand Customs | Te Mana Ārai o Aotearoa uses world class border management to protect and promote New Zealand across borders. We promote New Zealand’s international trade, collect Crown revenue, and enforce the law by identifying and seizing prohibited imports and exports.
We also make sure that lawful travellers and items can move across our border as smoothly and efficiently as possible.
Our Māori name – Te Mana Ārai o Aotearoa – translates as “the authority that screens and protects New Zealand”.
We have around 1,500 staff across the country, as well as offices in Bangkok, Beijing, Brussels, Canberra, London and Washington DC.
About People & Capability…
The P&C group includes a number of key functions that together lead the development and implementation of strategies to ensure Customs can deliver on its outcomes through its people and includes:
About the role…
You’ll be expected to develop extensive knowledge of your dedicated group and ensure that Customs’ people related strategies and programmes align with, and support, the objectives of the group. You’ll be coaching and advising business group leaders on how to get the most value from their teams and advocate the ‘customer voice’ in the design, development, implementation and review of the P&C work programme.
Your experience in People and Capability business partnering will help us to shape and develop this new role.
What we’re looking for…
To be successful in this role you will need to be able to demonstrate:
Joining Te Mana Ārai
To work for the New Zealand Customs service, you must be:
A New Zealand Citizen or a New Zealand Permanent Resident who has resided continuously in New Zealand for the last 5 years and resides in NZ at time of application;
OR a New Zealand Citizen or a New Zealand Permanent Resident who has resided in New Zealand for the last 5 years and resides in NZ at time of application, but may have been absent from New Zealand for periods of six or more months within the past five years, preferably in one or more of the following countries: either Australia, Canada, UK or the USA. You will be required to provide overseas police certificates for these periods spent outside of New Zealand.
You must have a background history that is verifiable and can be assessed as appropriate by the New Zealand Security Intelligence Service towards a recommendation of suitability for security clearance at a higher level.
Due to the nature of Customs work you must have a clear Police record.
New Zealand Customs Service | Te Mana Ārai o Aotearoa is a member of Diversity Works New Zealand and is committed to developing a diverse workforce and an inclusive workplace. We provide equal employment opportunities and welcome applications from everyone who can meet the requirements of the role. We also offer flexible by default working arrangements.
For further information about this role, please contact Suzanne Leahy at Suzanne.firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close on 27th November at 5pm.