Lead Advisor Sector Engagement | Wellington
|Position Type:||Full Time|
|Attachments:|| 2019FEB27JDLeadAdviserSectorEngagementFINAL.pdf (PDF, 451KB)
|Application Close Date:||22-Mar-2019|
Lead Adviser, Sector Engagement
Permanent role based in Wellington
The Sector Enablement and Support Group of the Ministry of Education is the key interface between the Ministry and the education sector. The group ensure sector leaders and the communities they serve have access to the expertise, programmes and resources that will allow all children and young people to reach their full potential in the education system and beyond.
We are looking for a highly organised, customer-focused person to join our group's business capability and performance area in its sector engagement team.
You will be an experienced communications professional keen to maintain the high standards that are in place for coordinating and distributing Ministry information to stakeholders.
You will have an eye for detail including being an accomplished proof reader and writer.
Also crucial to your success as lead adviser, sector engagement will be your:
- ability to work with diverse stakeholders and manage conflicting requirements
- in-depth understanding of how to create customer-focused information in plain English
- experience producing and editing a range of content for varying channels
- ability to use and quickly adapt to changing technology (knowledge of InDesign and AdobePro will be an advantage but is not essential)
- listening, leading, influencing and collaborating skills
- proactive work style and can do attitude
- sound judgment, high level of initiative and use of common sense
- resilience to stay on course in a complex and demanding environment
- ability to contribute to Ministry goals for Māori and to work confidently with schools and early learning leaders in both Māori medium and mainstream contexts.
Don't miss the opportunity to make a difference to the education achievement of our children and young people in this interesting, busy role.
For a confidential enquiry or more information please contact Tania Black on 04 463 8919 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close Friday 22 March 2019