Due to an extended period of leave we are looking for an engaging and proven Policy Manager to lead key pieces of policy work over the next 12 months.
About the role
As the Disability Policy Manager, your role will be to lead MSD’s disability policy work programme, including exploring how to accelerate accessibility in New Zealand, work in relation to the minimum wage exemption, and elements of the transformation of the disability support system. You will need to ensure the disability policy team delivers timely and quality policy advice to the Minister for Social Development and Disability Issues, as well as engaging with stakeholders across MSD, the wider public service, the disability community and others. The work programme contributes to the broader objectives of the Policy Branch, the work of the Ministry and the priorities of the Government.
You will be responsible for leading a team of 4-6 policy analysts. You will develop and maximise the capability of your team members, providing them with opportunities to grow their skills, knowledge and confidence. You and your team will have the professional support of Principal Policy Analysts to ensure the work is of a high standard and complex processes or strategic issues are well managed. The team sits within the Disability, Seniors and International policy group, alongside the Office for Disability Issues, the Office for Seniors, and the Seniors and International Policy teams, and you will report to the General Manager of that group.
Things we are looking for in applicants
How to Apply
To apply, click the ‘Apply Now’ button to upload your CV and cover letter, and complete the online application form. Note – your cover letter will be a key part of our assessment process. Highlight how your experience relates to the things we are looking for in outlined above and key competencies described in the position description.
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Applications close: Sunday 1 March 2020