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Job Vacancy: Principal Advisor - Family Violence and Sexual Violence JVBU

December 14, 2018 at 2:24 PM

From the Ministry of Justice

The Joint Venture Business Unit (JVBU) is advertising for a Principal Advisor to co-lead the development and implementation of a national strategy to eliminate violence within whānau, family violence and sexual violence.

The Principal Advisor will lead engagement with a wide range of stakeholders and manage a design process that is successful in engaging people from diverse communities in the development of government policy. This role will provide intellectual leadership and specialist advice across the JVBU work programme based on mātauranga Māori, to ensure that the needs and aspirations of whānau Māori are reflected.

Another key aspect of this role is to support the establishment of Te Rōpū, a Māori Crown entity that the JVBU will partner with to deliver results in the reduction of violence within whānau, family violence and sexual violence.

Based in Wellington. Applications close Sunday 6 January 2019

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