Senior Process Development Advisor

Fire and Emergency New Zealand

Senior Process Development Advisor

Be a part of the team developing strategy, capability and supporting frameworks for investment prioritisation and project, programme and portfolio management in Fire and Emergency NZ.

About us

Fire and Emergency New Zealand is a Crown Entity established on 1 July 2017.  Our vision is to build stronger communities and protect what matters most to the people within them.   Our unified organisation provides a fire and emergency service that delivers for communities, and the firefighters who serve them, now and in the future. 

As New Zealand’s most trusted public sector agency we work to embed our values. 

  • We Do the Right Thing – Kia Tika
  • We Serve and Support – Manaakitanga
  • We Are Better Together – Whanaungatanga
  • We Strive to Improve – Auahatanga

 About the role

This role is designed to help Fire and Emergency accelerate our project delivery capability by creating and collating information required to deliver and embed a  project/programme framework.   This framework is intended to be a practical guide providing Fire and Emergency NZ with a robust approach to the delivery of projects and programmes. 

Much of this information is available and you’ll be responsible for gathering and building a first-class body of knowledge that can be applied by professional project managers and beginners alike. 

This is a nine-month fixed term role is short term but will deliver a critical piece of work for Fire and Emergency, the starting salary is approximately $100,000 per annum, paid commensurate to experience.  Benefits include  matched KiwiSaver employer contributions of up to 6%, life and income protection insurance, and generous sick leave provisions through our Wellness Policy.  

About you

You will have had experience in creating frameworks for project management, you’ll have the technical know-how to shape documents that are easy to read and provide the technical detail.  Your communication skills will be first class and allow you to present complex information to your stakeholders, in a way that’s pragmatic and sensible. 

How to apply

For more information and to download the position description click here,  you can apply for the role by sending three documents, (the application form, (found here) your current curriculum vitae, and cover letter) to

 You will receive an email response to confirm we have received your application.

 Applications close:  Sunday 20 September 2020