Permanent Strategic Leadership Group – Project Coordinator
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Strategic Leadership Group – Project Coordinator
Analyse, report and deliver data to a range of high level government stakeholders.
- Is data, trends and analysis your calling?
- Exceptional ability in navigating highly complex political environments
- Newly created position – first time to market!
Working directly with the Deputy Mayor, the CE of Kahungunu Whanau Services and other high level stakeholders a position has been created to coordinate and support stakeholder engagement, collate and deliver high quality reporting, as well as coordination of ongoing projects. Highly analytical, at the position’s core is the ability to constantly understand and deliver project updates, create reports, and expertly deliver a breakdown of data and analytic observation and recommendations tailored to each stakeholder group.
Additionally, charged with coordinating a vast range of external stakeholders from local and central government, this position is both operational and strategic and will support those applicants who have worked in a comparable position previously.
With the outcome to stop homelessness happening, to deal with it quickly when people do become homeless, and to stop people becoming homeless again; exposure to recent research on homelessness would be highly regarded.
To be able to carry out the position you will;
- Be adept at navigating highly complex political environments.
- Have experience in working within the machinery of government.
- Have proven skills in data analysis, data mining, trend analysis and data modelling.
- Demonstrate high dexterity in Excel, Word, Infographics and associated programmes.
- Have experience in data presentations from concept to delivery.
- Be able to translate data into ‘lay terms’ and tailor to a target audience.
- Demonstrate an understanding of kaupapa Māori services.
Working knowledge Te Reo me ona tikanga Māori is highly advantageous to this application.
This newly created role is at the forefront of grass roots change and is a community response to a highly complicated issue. The ideal applicant will be looking for an organisation that is innovative, creative in its approaches and supportive. You’ll receive a package which is geared to attract those with both experience and a high cultural competency.
Applications Close: Monday 24th July 2017 at 5:00pm
How to ApplyTo apply, or to find out more call or email now Heather Walker at Mana Recruitment on Ph: (09) 632 1108 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Applications Close: Monday 24th July 2017 at 5:00pm
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