Permanent, Full Time – Based in Whangārei
The Regional Housing Advisor role is an exciting blend of advisory, analytics, relationship and project management, where you will be contributing to overall business performance in a meaningful way. You will be responsible for supporting national housing strategies at a local level and responding to the region’s housing demands. The role will forge and manage relationships with Government Agency Housing providers, Housing and Urban providers, and Community Housing providers within the Region to achieve key goals and outcomes. You will develop, track and monitor the Housing work programme, providing feedback and reporting as required. This role has a strong link with Service Delivery Housing Team regarding housing activities, national housing initiatives, housing reporting and development of national strategies.
Collaborative in style, you are an exceptional relationship builder. You are a strong communicator who enjoys influencing change.
To succeed in this role, you will bring with you:
⦁ advisory experience in the Public Sector
⦁ proven decision-making experience and leadership in co-ordinating and integrating projects
⦁ an understanding of the strategic issues facing MSD and the Government
⦁ analytics experience / background
⦁ proven experience researching, investigating and resolving complex issues
⦁ outstanding communication skills, both written and verbal and the ability to exercise sound judgement and political sensitivity.
⦁ a supportive and collegial environment
⦁ coaching and professional development opportunities
⦁ salary range G from $71,183 to $97,877 per annum (in line with skills and experience).
Please apply online with your current CV and a cover letter outlining your suitability for the position.
If you currently work for MSD please apply through your myHR careers portal online using your employee login at work.
Applications close: Tuesday 9th February 2021 at 10.00pm
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