Can you help make Hawke’s Bay’s cycling network the best in New Zealand?
Are you a great all-round coordinator? – show us what you’ve done so far!
Give your attitude, energy and passion to the relationships that make our wheels spin!
Hawke’s Bay Regional Council needs you to work with councils, agencies and national contacts. You’ll pitch for funding and development opportunities, while coordinating an integrated cycling experience that exceeds the expectations of our residents and visitors. This is a full-time, fixed-term two-year contract role.
We’re looking for someone to bring our Regional Cycling Plan to life, in the areas of liveability, health and tourism. Part of your focus will be to champion relationships, identify network gaps and opportunities, and pursue fund-raising opportunities.
You’ll be the key point of contact for service providers and the operators who support our regional cycling network of iWay and off-road trails in Napier and Hastings, with support to Central Hawke’s Bay and Wairoa.
Applications close at 4 pm on Thursday 18 August 2016.
5 August 2016
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