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About the role
Advisors in our Advisory Support Centre (ASC) fulfil an important role in supporting schools in the compulsory education sector. As part of the employment team, you are typically the first point of contact for schools with an employment query or issue.
You will take inbound calls and respond to emails, providing advice to those enquiries which can be answered at point of contact or within a 48-hour timeframe. Queries requiring ongoing support are triaged then referred to our regional advisory teams to be case managed.
We have a full suite of resources for your use plus access to our principal advisors and the national employment team for support and guidance.
The opportunity to work on a diverse range of employment and HR enquiries will keep you busy and stimulated. The advice and support you provide will assist boards and school leaders to resolve queries or access ongoing regional support.
The work of our ASC team is appreciated and valued by the compulsory school sector, the Ministry of Education, and our sector partners.
We have two positions available. There is flexibility as follows:
This position is based in our national office on Lambton Quay, Wellington. Flexible working arrangements (including working from home) subject to negotiation are available for this role.
Our advisors have diverse and varied backgrounds; but we all align with our organisation values and appreciate the key role we play in strengthening employment practice within the schools that we serve.
NZSTA is the voice of school boards in New Zealand, providing services to New Zealand’s 2,500 state and state-integrated schools and kura.
We are a values-based organisation; one that is determined to provide the very best services and support to our members, our education sector stakeholders, New Zealand schools and their communities.
As the professional body for school boards, NZSTA is at the heart of school governance. We influence and inform policy and sector outcomes; we support and enable school boards to flourish; we connect like-minded people through our learning and networking opportunities; we strengthen communities by helping students achieve.
NZSTA was established in 1989, following the introduction of New Zealand’s largest school reform, Tomorrow’s Schools. We are a not-for-profit incorporated society with charitable trust status.
High – Accountability | High – Expectations | High – Transparency | High – Trust
If you're excited by the opportunity to join a team who are passionate about strengthening school governance in Aotearoa New Zealand, then don't delay in applying.
Note: Applications will be processed on receipt
Please submit a tailored CV and a cover letter outlining your motivation for your application, highlighting relevant skills and experience, which align with the key responsibilities of the position description.
Send your CV and cover letter, either through SEEK or directly to us at: Recruitment@nzsta.org.nz
View the position description HERE
For further information about the role, please contact Bruce Hart, Advisory Support Centre Lead, 04 928 0310 for a confidential discussion.
Applications close: Thursday 4 May 2023
P: 021 190 7273