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Job Vacancy: Director – Family Violence and Sexual Violence Joint Venture

December 14, 2018 at 2:25 PM

From the Ministry of Justice

An opportunity to lead the government's collective response to family violence, sexual violence and violence within whānau and to shape a new way of working across agencies and in partnership with Māori. Based in Wellington. Applications close Friday 1 February 2019.

  • Influential and challenging senior leadership opportunity
  • Lead a whole-of-government response by driving change and leading to inspire
  • Key role with a mandate to bring about a new way of working

The Social Wellbeing Board is forming a Joint Venture of chief executives, with the responsibility to lead and drive a whole-of-government response to reduce and prevent family violence, sexual violence and violence within whānau. The joint venture will be the lead advisor to the government on how to improve the wellbeing of the one million New Zealanders affected by family violence and sexual violence, through better intervention and prevention.

As Director you will be responsible for setting up and leading the business unit that will support the joint venture and delivering an initial work programme comprising a national action plan and strategy, developing workforce capability across the system and sectors, and providing high quality policy advice and input to the Board and Government.

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