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Wellington City, Wellington
  • MPI works with primary industries and other government agencies across a range of areas, including agricultural, fisheries, trade, food, and biosecurity issues.
Wellington City, Wellington
  • A key component of the government's economic strategy is for our goods to be sustainably produced.
  • We are partnering and enabling New Zealand primary sector…
Wellington City, Wellington
  • You will also have a good understanding of how the mechanics of government work with the ability to continue delivering results and provide excellent support.
Wellington City, Wellington
  • Experience operating as a manager in a government agency or large complex organisation.
  • You will ensure Te Uru Rākau meets its reporting requirements internally…
Wellington City, Wellington
  • Having operated with primary responsibility in a strong regulatory/government role, relating to exercise of legislation or regulations.
  • About MPI │Te Uru Rākau.
  • Contributing to the success of the government's work programme on Māori economic development by identifying new initiatives and leveraging off the range of MPI…
Wellington City, Wellington
  • Proven financial management skills, including understanding of government financial management processes.
  • Extensive knowledge and understanding of legislation,…
Wellington City, Wellington
  • Development and communication of fire management and response frameworks.
  • Newly created position to safeguard New Zealand's forest taonga.
Wellington City, Wellington
  • Extensive knowledge of government legal frameworks, public law, and the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi;
  • Are you an experienced public lawyer?
Palmerston North, Manawatu-Wanganui
  • Does Forest and Landuse Advice spin your wheels?
  • Implement & manage forestry & sustainable land management activities.
  • About the Role Kōrero mō te tūranga.