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As the Parliamentary Executive Support and Researcher to Lemauga Lydia Sosene, you’ll put your research, administration and multi-tasking skills to good use in this varied and rewarding environment. You’ll be happy to work autonomously within Parliament, while being part of the wider team with your colleagues in the Auckland Electorate and Community office and be relied upon to provide your MP with research and briefings on their particular areas of interest.
This is a multifaceted role where no two days are the same, some of your key responsibilities may include:
- Excellent relationship management and communication skills and proven ability to work collaboratively
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- A high level of initiative and self-management including the ability to handle changing priorities, manage time and to meet tight-deadlines
- researching and developing in-depth knowledge on your MP’s areas of interest
- preparing briefing notes for your MP for Select Committees and House on sitting weeks
- managing your MPs busy inbox, diary and coordinating travel bookings
- organising and booking meetings, preparing agendas and taking minutes
- providing advice and reporting on the office budget and expenses
- coordinating high quality events and functions for your MP
- Confidence in managing ambiguity and change, when required
A passion for and understanding of Pasifika language and culture is preferred. Ability to build knowledge on different processes in Pacific jurisdiction.
As an employee of Parliamentary Service, you will be impartial in your role. Awareness of the political landscape may be beneficial in supporting your MP. Things are inter-changeable so an appreciation for the environment and the ability to be calm, proactive and flexible will stand you in good stead.
To ensure our people feel supported and enabled to grow and develop their career you will receive a Parliamentary Service induction to set you up to succeed within this environment, as well as ongoing learning and development opportunities.
This is an events-based, fixed term role linked to the MP, working 30 hours per week. Some flexibility in hours may be required.
The appointing salary band for this role is $58,932 to $73,665 per annum. Appointments will be based on your skills and experience.
If you want to work in a role and environment unlike any other; one that is hugely rewarding and exciting with the chance to make a difference, apply now.
Applications close Monday 13 June at 6am.
If you have any questions regarding this role, please contact Recruitment@parliament.govt.nz
The Parliamentary Service appoints on merit and is committed to EEO and good employer principles.