About the RoleWith your strategic oversight, sharp analytical skills and strong understanding of project management in the government context you’ll drive and deliver workstreams and engagement for a large-scale project with multiple stakeholders and strong iwi engagement focus. You will coordinate all the various workstreams and develop project deliverables while providing senior operational leadership support to the team Manager.You’ll draw on your extensive experience in project management to role model best practice and play a key role in both strategy formulation and the development of our stakeholder relationships and communications management. As part of this you’ll provide mentoring and support for other team members, supporting capability development and productivity. With your energetic, innovative and customer-centric approach to your work, you’ll lead and contribute to key programmes priorities of work and work-streams. You’ll work to pre-emptively identify issues, risks, trends and opportunities that could potentially affect our Crown Property services.We are looking for an individual who challenges themselves to go beyond just getting the job done – someone who has an agile, continuous improvement mindset and is a proven performer. We’ll look to you to provide thought leadership and bring innovative, fresh ideas into discussions. You’ll pair this ability with your tenacity to work through challenging and complex situations and actively contribute to our culture of open and honest communication and transparency.Who are our people?The work our business units are doing has lasting outcomes for the people and land of New Zealand, both now and in the future. Our teams are made up of a wide range of skillsets and backgrounds, from operational to legal to communications and policy, and we’re well known for having a positive, collaborative culture. You’ll have the opportunity to take on a key strategic role that makes a real contribution to Crown Property’s business delivery (and specifically, the demolition and remediation of the former Tokanui Psychiatric Hospital) and its programme of work. Within the team we share a friendly, collaborative style of engagement and support each other to operate smoothly and effectively, both as a business unit and as individuals. You’ll leverage your excellent communication skills and willingness to work collaboratively to build strong relationships within our group, the wider business unit, across Toitū Te Whenua LINZ and with your key stakeholders. At Toitū Te Whenua LINZ we aim to set our new staff up for success and long-term opportunities for professional development and enjoyable career pathways with us. To ensure your success in this role, you’ll need:Proven experience managing significant projects with a focus on project implementation, engagement, and development of project management deliverables.Ability to translate complex technical matters into clear written and verbal advice.Proven experience in constructive stakeholder, including iwi, engagements.Strong understanding of the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015. An open and willing attitude towards cross-team collaboration and engagement combined with the diplomacy and assuredness to back yourself and your professional ability when dealing with complex situationsPrior experience providing advice and insights on significant matters involving high levels of political and intellectual complexity, potential conflict/risk and proposing practical solutionsA good sense of humour, perseverance, and resilienceTo apply, please click “Apply Online.” You’ll be taken through to our Toitū Te Whenua LINZ Careers Centre where you’ll be able to review further information about the responsibilities and accountabilities of this role in the Position Description. You’ll be able to complete your online application form and upload a copy of your CV/Cover Letter. Please keep in mind when including your CV to specifically highlight the capabilities and skills listed in the above ad and the position description.