Senior Advisor Maori | Wellington

Senior Advisor Maori

Posted on 15-Aug-2017
Application Close Date: 25-Aug-2017
Location:
Wellington
Category:
Policy and Advisory
Position Type:
Permanent
Job Reference:
MOH/1272685
Attachments:
Note clipPD_Senior Advisor Maori.docx (Word, 31KB)
Job Specification

Do you have a passion for working to achieve better outcomes with and for Māori? Do you have experience and knowledge of the disability sector?

 

Disability Support Services (DSS) within the Ministry of Health is looking for a Senior Advisor, Māori to support the ongoing development of disability support services to Māori disabled and their whanau.

 

Sitting within the DSS, Information and Advice team you will provide subject matter expertise to support quality advice based on a deep understanding of Te Ao Māori as it relates to disability supports. You will provide a focus on Māori models of support and how they will best meet the needs of Māori disabled. You will also be able to demonstrate strong relationship management skills with proven experience in stakeholder management. You will also possess excellent written and oral communication skills.  

 

As Senior Advisor, Maori you will have responsibility for:

 

  • Supporting the ongoing development and implementation of the Māori Disability Action Plan – Whāia te ao Mārama. 
  • Providing leadership to DSS to further improve access for Māori to disability supports across New Zealand.

 


This position would suit someone who is passionate about making a difference to our community and would like the opportunity to work for a service that engages well with the disability sector at a time of significant change.You will be part of a small team of advisors and analysts who support the work of DSS in its provision of disability support services nationally.

 

For further information on this position please contact Senior Recruitment Advisor Jolene Ingram 04 816-2947 or Jolene_ingram@moh.govt.nz  

 

To apply for this position, please provide your current Curriculum Vitae and a covering letter outlining your background and your interest in the role. All applications must be made online.

 

The Ministry of Health is committed to equal opportunity in all our employment policies and procedures. All staff – regardless of gender, race, marital status, age, disability, sexual orientation, religious or ethical beliefs, political opinion or union affiliation – have access to equal employment opportunities. We welcome enquiries from everyone and value diversity in the workforce and we are willing to consider flexible working arrangements.

 

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