New Vacancy: National Partnerships Lead

Location: Auckland / Contract Type: 32 hours per week


About the role

The National Partnerships Lead provides thought leadership, strategic planning and delivery of the National Strategy for Financial Capability – the government’s initiative to help all New Zealanders get ahead financially. The National Partnerships Lead has an important role in animating an extensive network of stakeholders to ensure that financial capability resources, programmes and activities are shared, efforts are not duplicated, and impact is maximised. This role champions effective collaboration across government, private sector and community organisations. The National Partnerships Lead also assists with CFFC strategy and policy work as required.

Key aspects of the role include

  • Lead ongoing development, execution and monitoring of the National Strategy for Financial Capability
  • Represent the CFFC at sector functions and events and feed back knowledge of trends and sector developments
  • Identify potential partnerships for the CFFC that are consistent with CFFC strategy and link stakeholders that have mutual interests

About us

The Commission for Financial Capability (CFFC) is the office of the Retirement Commissioner. The CFFC aims to help New Zealanders to retire with confidence. Retiring with confidence means New Zealanders feel secure that they’ll have resources to live and the know-how to make ends meet.

We focus on three areas; Retirement Policies, Retirement Villages and Financial Capability. As part of our role, we advise Government on policies that will enhance retirement outcomes for New Zealanders. We also help support individuals to better prepare for retirement, and we contribute to a better understanding of what retirement means in the 21st century. Times are changing.

Tā Mātou Whakakitenga/Our Vision
New Zealanders retire with confidence

Tā Mātou Kaupapa Mātāmua/Our Mission
To help improve retirement outcomes for New Zealanders, with trusted information, informed advocacy and effective collaboration.