About the Opportunity:
The HBRC Compliance team forms part of our Regulation Group, ensuring Council has the mechanisms in place to effectively and efficiently respond to incidents and report on environmental compliance to policy for our region. Reporting directly to the Group Manager, Policy & Regulation, this role will require someone with excellent interpersonal skills, sound industry experience and a proactive nature. You will be able to provide effective management, leadership and direction to the Compliance team (which consists of 3 team leaders and 13 staff), ensuring that targets are met and results are delivered while building a collaborative and innovative team culture.
You will need to keep up to date with legislative and regulatory changes, ensuring that best practice is implemented and HBRC remains compliant while delivering on strategic outcomes. Alongside this, you will have proven leadership capabilities and a commitment to the Quality Management System within Compliance ensuring that processes deliver their intended outputs. As a leader you will advocate for continuous improvement across the team while maintaining a strong customer focus. A solid understanding of compliance monitoring and experience with Environment Court Hearings is essential.
The key objectives of the role are:
A sound understanding of the Resource Management Act, particularly enforcement provisions, is essential to being successful in this role. An understanding of the implementation of regional policy statements and plans will be beneficial was will a sound understanding of the Building Act with regard to dams.
The salary range for this role will depend on the qualifications and experience of the successful candidate.
We recognise and celebrate the importance of whānau, our community, and being an equal opportunity employer. HBRC is committed to providing equal opportunities in all aspects of employment embracing our relationship with our Treaty Partners, Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the principals of partnership, protection and participation. This commitment is integral to ensuring we are an inclusive workplace for all, recognising that a diverse workforce is a strong one, which enables our organisation to better understand, reflect and serve our community.
All applicants must have existing rights to work in New Zealand.
This is a permanent, fulltime position. Applications close 3 May 2021 however we may interview suitable candidates throughout the process and close the listing early if we find the right person for the role.
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7 April 2021
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