Resource Advisor (Compliance)

Posted on 12-Jan-2018  
Application Close Date: 26-Jan-2018
Job Details
Location:
Wellington
Category:
Environmental Regulation (Consents, Compliance, Investigation)
Position Type:
Permanent - Full Time
Job Reference:
GW/1306461
Attachments:

Resource Advisor (Compliance)

 

  • Working together for the greater good of our stunning region
  • Meaningful, complex  and varied work portfolio
  • Working in a collaborative environment

 

We are looking for a highly motivated and innovative Resource Advisor to join our Team, where we pride ourselves in providing a fantastic experience to our customers, and to meaningfully contribute to achieving great environmental outcomes for our region. 

We believe that the Greater Wellington region is a great place to live, work and play, and we take our role of protecting and enhancing the region very seriously. We have a friendly supportive culture with people who are passionate about doing great work for our extraordinary region.

As an experienced RMA or compliance practitioner, you will be adept at balancing the interests of a wide range of customers and stakeholders to come up with pragmatic solutions to complex resource management challenges.  These solutions will contribute to GWRC's community outcomes of a strong economy; healthy environment; and a connected, resilient and engaged community. Naturally, you will be a skilled and confident communicator who can build strong and enduring relationships with our customers and stakeholders in a range of settings.

You will be part of a team who manage a variety of consenting work – providing you plenty of opportunities including leading complex cases across the entire resource consent process, from pre- application advice right through to compliance and enforcement.

 

To succeed in this role you will have:

  • practical experience in the RMA and planning disciplines 
  • experience working with councils, central government, private practice/consulting firms, community groups, iwi or volunteers
  • a collaborative working style, with experience mentoring and sharing your ideas with others
  • excellent interpersonal, engagement and relationship-management skills
  • the ability to manage multiple projects efficiently, to prioritise competing commitments and proactively manage customer expectations 
  • an analytical mind to critically review reports, plans and other technical documents, and to suggest improvements to our practices 
  • the ability to remain focussed on outcomes rather than process
  • understanding and experience of influencing behaviour change
  • a proven track record of successfully delivering to customers.

Personal attributes include resilience, flexibility, and the ability to work with ambiguity.

 

How to apply

To apply for this position please view the job description and apply via the link below.

For further information please contact  Jo Frances, Team Leader, Environmental Regulation on 04 830 4139 or Lea Pannu, Human Resources Coordinator on 04 830 4013

 

Applications close: 26 January 2018