Principal Analyst Rove
Principal Analyst ? Reform of Vocational Education
The TEC - Te Amorangi M?tauranga Matua is a small Crown agency with a big job to do ? ensuring New Zealanders have the skills and the knowledge they need to ensure lifelong success to build a great country. We lead the Government\ 's relationship with the tertiary education sector in New Zealand and provide career services to lift the aspirations and skill bases of all New Zealanders from ages 7 to 74.
We\ 're seeking a Principal Analyst for a 12 month fixed-term to support the Reform of Vocational Education (RoVE) programme. RoVE is the largest transformational change in the education sector in over 30 years, creating a strong, unified, sustainable system for all vocational education.
You will be working in the project team responsible for the design and creation of Workforce Development Councils (WDC\ 's), and supporting the implementation of establishing the six new entities. This project represents a core component of the RoVE programme, ensuring industry has greater control over vocational education.
What will you be doing?
Leading key pieces of work for the project, which may include;
Establishment of new entities.
Stakeholder and Board engagement
Facilitating workshops and engagements.
Provision of subject matter expert advice.
What can you bring?
We require a broad range of skills for the project, we are looking for individuals strong in one or more of the following;
Vocational education sector knowledge, ideally the Industry Training Organisation (ITO) sector with an understanding of the business models and existing institutions.
Ability to build and manage relationships across a complex stakeholder landscape.
Team leadership skills, including experience working in matrix teams.
Financial skills, including data collection and cost model development.
Change management and workforce transitions.
What will you get in return?
$120k ? $140kpa (pro-rata), depending on experience.
The opportunity to make a lasting impact on New Zealand\ 's education system by supporting the creation of the WDCs that will shape the learning pathways for millions of New Zealanders over the next 30 years.
Flexible working options.
The chance to work in a high stakes, fast pace environment that is collaborative, engaging and very positive.
Applications close Wednesday 22 July 2020. Interested? Then please complete the application process through www.Jobs.Govt.Nz.
For more information or if you have any questions, please contact, firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note you must be a NZ citizen or have permanent residency to be considered for this role.