ERO is a Government department that evaluates and reports on the education and care of students in schools and early childhood services.
We are currently seeking a candidate to join our Evaluation Services team as an Assistant Analyst, based in our National Office. Our Evaluation Services team are responsible for the delivery of a programme of national evaluations, publications and policy advice which are used as part of ERO’s contribution to the development and assessment of policy in education.
This opportunity will provide you with the ability to develop and extend your existing analytical skills through project management involvement and working closely with a number of key internal and external stakeholders. You will be contributing to pieces of work which influence how ERO operates through methodology and Review Services projects through the provision of integral support and analysis.
To be successful in this role you will have:
Applicants must be immediately available for interview. We are only able to consider applications from people who are already in New Zealand, and applicants must hold a current work permit or be a NZ resident.
More information on the requirements of the role, the ideal person specification, and how to apply are available at http://www.ero.govt.nz/footer-upper/working-for-ero/.
Please send your completed application form, cover letter and CV to Roberta.email@example.com no later than 9am Friday 4 May 2018
Please ensure your application includes a completed application form.
Position: Assistant Analyst
Reports to: Group Manager Evaluation Services
Location: National Office, Wellington
Date: April 2018
Our evaluation insights are a catalyst for change so that every child achieves success as a lifelong learner.
The role of the Assistant Analyst is to provide support for planning, analysis and other project work in the Education Review Office.
PRIMARY WORKING RELATIONSHIPS
The Assistant Analyst will:
The Assistant Analyst will, as a member of the Evaluation Services team, contribute to the delivery of the annual work programme of the unit. This will include the provision of assistance and support to other members of the team in carrying out education evaluation and methodology projects. The duties will include the following, and any other sought by the Group Manager Evaluation Services.
Key Result Areas
Provide Support for Indicator and Methodology work
Provide support for Evaluation Services data analysis
Support for project management
Experience and Skills
Personal qualities and attributes
The appointee will demonstrate:
The Assistant Analyst will have relevant post graduate level tertiary qualifications.
Code of Conduct
The Assistant Analyst will be expected to be familiar with and abide by ERO’s Code of Conduct.
Te Tiriti o Waitangi (Treaty of Waitangi), Equal Employment Opportunities (EEO), and Good Employer Principles
ERO recognises its responsibility to honour the Tiriti o Waitangi which affirms and advances the principles of partnership between tangata whenua & tauiwi; is committed to the principles of being a 'Good Employer' as stated in the State Sector Act 1988 and is also committed to the principles of Equal Employment Opportunities.
Employees are required to have an understanding and commitment to the principles of EEO as stated in the State Sector Act 1988.
Employees are expected to have:
Health and Safety
All employees have a responsibility to work towards ensuring that the ERO’s health and safety policy is effective, to keep themselves and others safe while at work and to comply with ERO’s health and safety systems. This includes practising safe work methods, proper use of safety equipment and the elimination of workplace hazards.
Equal Employment Opportunities
The Education Review Office is committed to the principles of Equal Employment Opportunities. Employees of the Education Review Office are required to have an understanding and commitment to the principles of EEO as stated in the State Sector Act 1988.