National Strategy and Engagement Manager

  • Newly created position across the Emerge Aotearoa Group
  • Strategic and business planning, sustainability and engagement leadership
  • Influential role, help us achieve better outcomes for our communities

Mō mātou | About Us

One of Aotearoa’s largest NGOs, Emerge Aotearoa delivers a broad range of health, social and housing services for people from diverse communities, all parts of the country, and all walks of life.

The mahi of our 1400 kaimahi is guided by our three strategic Pou: ‘Māori succeeding as Māori’, ‘Thriving Pacific peoples’, and ‘Lived experience and diversity are privileged’.

Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role

As a key member of the newly established Governance & Strategy directorate you will be at the heart of our strategic growth and development.  You will recruit and lead a team of two and have close collaborative relationships across the organisation.

This role has a broad mandate across the strategic and business planning cycle, including the embedding of new performance frameworks and reporting mechanisms, leading to greater alignment, integration and accountability across the Emerge Aotearoa Group.  Areas of specific focus include relationship and influencing frameworks, driving our ESG programme and lending impetus to our Tangata Tiriti aspirations.

Ko wai koe | About you

Firstly, you’ll have a proven track record in a strategy role where you have designed, implemented and reported on strategy across a complex organisation.  Your expertise in contemporary strategy development and execution, including relevant frameworks and analytical tools will set you apart.

Additionally, you will be a proven relationship leader who is comfortable fostering partnerships and supporting others to do the same.  Some experience in an engagement function would be advantageous, in particular with iwi, community and central government stakeholders.

Most importantly, at your core, will be an unequivocal commitment to our values and embracing our commitment to Māori and Pacific communities and privileging lived experience and diversity.

This role is ideally based in Auckland, although consideration may be given to exceptional candidates who are based elsewhere.

This is a new role offering personal and career growth opportunities for the right candidate.

To receive a copy of the candidate information pack or to arrange a confidential discussion, please contact Jo Bell on info@amytea.co.nz.
To apply, please email your cover letter and CV to apply@amytea.co.nz.
Applications close on Sunday, 9th June 2024.

You must have the right to live and work in Aotearoa New Zealand to apply for this job.

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