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Fantastic opportunity for work-life balance!!
Whether it be kids, gardening, travel, or simply more time to enjoy your leisure activities, this flexible working arrangement is worth consideration.
This is a unique role working as the Parliamentary Executive Assistant to Senior Government Whip, Dr Duncan Webb. You will put your administrative and multi-tasking skills to good use in this varied and rewarding environment, happy to work autonomously within Parliament, while being part of the wider team with your colleagues in the Christchurch Central Electorate Office. You will be well-known for your attention to detail, building relationships with others and for your ability to respond to changing priorities.
While this is a highly varied role where no two days are ever the same, some of your key responsibilities include:
- Managing your MPs busy inbox, diary and coordinating travel bookings
- Providing advice and reporting on the office budget and expenses
- Preparing briefing notes for your MP for Select Committees and the House on sitting weeks
As an employee of Parliamentary Service you will be apolitical in your role. Awareness of the political landscape may be beneficial in supporting your MP.
Things are changeable here so an appreciation for the environment and the ability to be calm, proactive and flexible will stand you in good stead. The ability to build strong and trusted relationships is key to this role.
This is an events based, fixed term role linked to the MP, working on average of 32 hours a week.
There is flexibility around the hours of work required for this role. We are able to align your work pattern with the House Sitting Calendar or alternatively, discussions can be had at a later date. For the work pattern to align with the House Sitting Calendar you may possibly work a full week when the House sits. In the non-sitting weeks you would work 2 days and have all school holidays off.
The appointing salary band for this role is $55,752 to $69,690 per annum. Appointments will be based on your skills and experience. (please note, the full salary range extends beyond this to allow for tenure progression).
Applications close Sunday 31 July at 5.00pm.
If you have any questions regarding this role please contact the Recruitment team at Recruitment@parliament.govt.nz
The Parliamentary Service appoints on merit and is committed to EEO and good employer principles.