• National Manager role
  • Complex national service delivery environment
  • Part of Northern Region Leadership Team

As the Manager Justice Services – Coronial Services you will lead a national group which provides support to the Chief Coroner and Coroners across New Zealand.

This is an essential, sensitive and complex operation. In this role, you will provide leadership to a group of over 60 employees across New Zealand, made up of Service Managers, Case Managers, the National Initial Investigation Officers and Legal Researchers.

We are looking for an experienced leader who has a proven ability to work autonomously, lead and drive change and create a culture of continuous improvement. The ability to lead across a large, complex and diverse portfolio of work is essential.

Importantly, you will also play an active role as part of the Auckland based, Ministry of Justice Leadership team. While it is not essential that you are based in Auckland, regular travel to Auckland and across NZ will be required.

Coronial Services investigate unexpected, violent or suspicious deaths to find out what happened. The Coronial Services group deal with challenging and sensitive case files so its critical that you not only bring a high level of personal resilience to the role but can embed a culture of resilience and wellbeing across your group.

To be successful, you will:

  • Be a natural communicator who has a strong partnership mindset – we expect our manager will have strong stakeholder engagement expertise.
  • Be comfortable working with a variety of colleagues throughout the judicial system in extremely sensitive situations.
  • Be committed to working in partnership with Māori.
  • Have at least 5 years’ experience in a leadership role in a large and complex environment.
  • Have expertise leading change and driving high performance through operational excellence and consistency with the organisation.
  • Have the ability to inspire and motivate others to get the best from individuals and teams.

About the Ministry

At Tāhū o te Ture – the Ministry of Justice we work together for a fair and safe Aotearoa.

We lead the justice sector and our role is wide-ranging – we administer the courts, the legal aid system and the Public Defence Service. We provide sector leadership and policy advice to the government and advise on legislation relating to the courts, justice system and New Zealand’s constitution.

How to apply

If this sounds like you, and you would like to work in a dynamic, forward looking business unit please follow the link to the MOJ Careers page and complete the application form, attaching your CV and cover letter: https://apply.justice.govt.nz/jobs/MOJ-1471477A

Salary ranges from $115,934 – $163,671 based on experience.

Applications close on Friday 23rd October.

  • National Manager role
  • Complex national service delivery environment
  • Part of Northern Region Leadership Team

As the Manager Justice Services – Coronial Services you will lead a national group which provides support to the Chief Coroner and Coroners across New Zealand.

This is an essential, sensitive and complex operation. In this role, you will provide leadership to a group of over 60 employees across New Zealand, made up of Service Managers, Case Managers, the National Initial Investigation Officers and Legal Researchers.

We are looking for an experienced leader who has a proven ability to work autonomously, lead and drive change and create a culture of continuous improvement. The ability to lead across a large, complex and diverse portfolio of work is essential.

Importantly, you will also play an active role as part of the Auckland based, Ministry of Justice Leadership team. While it is not essential that you are based in Auckland, regular travel to Auckland and across NZ will be required.

Coronial Services investigate unexpected, violent or suspicious deaths to find out what happened. The Coronial Services group deal with challenging and sensitive case files so its critical that you not only bring a high level of personal resilience to the role but can embed a culture of resilience and wellbeing across your group.

To be successful, you will:

  • Be a natural communicator who has a strong partnership mindset – we expect our manager will have strong stakeholder engagement expertise.
  • Be comfortable working with a variety of colleagues throughout the judicial system in extremely sensitive situations.
  • Be committed to working in partnership with Māori.
  • Have at least 5 years’ experience in a leadership role in a large and complex environment.
  • Have expertise leading change and driving high performance through operational excellence and consistency with the organisation.
  • Have the ability to inspire and motivate others to get the best from individuals and teams.

About the Ministry

At Tāhū o te Ture – the Ministry of Justice we work together for a fair and safe Aotearoa.

We lead the justice sector and our role is wide-ranging – we administer the courts, the legal aid system and the Public Defence Service. We provide sector leadership and policy advice to the government and advise on legislation relating to the courts, justice system and New Zealand’s constitution.

How to apply

If this sounds like you, and you would like to work in a dynamic, forward looking business unit please follow the link to the MOJ Careers page and complete the application form, attaching your CV and cover letter: https://apply.justice.govt.nz/jobs/MOJ-1471477A

Salary ranges from $115,934 – $163,671 based on experience.

Applications close on Friday 23rd October. If you have any questions, please contact melissa@amytea.co.nz. Please see below for a copy of the position description.

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