In order to drive a voltage higher than the M1 Vgs, I think that limiting the Vgs voltage with a zener diode could be a good idea. It will be only switched once per minute. By this I mean that high frequencies are not needed.
M1 - main MOSFET. D1 - used to protect Vgs overvoltage. R1 - used to charge GS (to switch off M1 if M2 is open). R2 - used to limit the current through the zener.
M2 - used to drive M2 gate. R4 - used to pull-down switch off M2 during 3V3 signal is open drain.
Could be the following circuit a good aproach?