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Manager Integration & Programming

Auckland Council
Auckland, NZ
Competitive Salary
Closing date
Jun 5, 2024

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The Community Directorate is looking for a Manager Integration and Programming to lead the Integration and Programming team (8 FTE) within the Advisory Unit, Community Directorate.

Reporting to the Head of Advisory, this is a critical role on the Advisory Lead Team. This role supports the Community directorate to deliver several key activities designed to ensure the directorate's collective advice outputs appropriately account for the complexity within the community investment area and the resulting advice is high quality. Many others look to this role for leadership and as the demands for complex advice increase, you will lead the way.

The Manager Integration and Programming is accountable for the integration of the community component of local board work programme development, regional work programme development and oversight of complex and integrated advice to local boards and to relevant committees of the whole. It is crucial this is done in collaboration with staff across the directorate, elected members, Local Board Services and other key stakeholders.

As the Manager of Integration and Programming you own the vision, direction and delivery of holistic advice for Elected Members to make quality decisions. The name of your role says it all. It's about owning integration for our complex advice by working across the expertise of different C&CS departments to deliver - you bring all the strands together.

To be successful in this role you will need to:
  • Ensure work programmes and advice realise opportunities and benefits through innovative investment and planning approaches aligned to service outcomes and areas of value
  • Develop and lead a team that has the capability and capacity to develop and present highly complex advice to elected members including financial trade-off and future investment discussions.
  • Seek out and provide thought leadership and vision that positions the directorate to consider expectations for quality and complex advice from elected members
  • Have a good understanding of the functions of local government, including current and future business drivers and statutory requirements
  • Have strong political acumen and sensitivity, with a flexible, adaptable and pragmatic approach
  • Successfully build, foster and maintain high performing stakeholder and collegial relationships

Click here to view a copy of the Position Description.

Applications close Sunday 2nd of June 2024.

Auckland Council is an equal opportunity employer (EOE) and we are committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at the time of application to assist you through the recruitment process.

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