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Compliance Coordinator [12 month fixed term]

Tutira Misty Morning photo Christine Robertson

About the Opportunity:

This role sits within Councils Urban and Industrial Compliance Team. The work the team does primarily focuses on industrial discharges of emissions and wastewater, domestic and municipal effluent, and discharges from urban stormwater networks. The Urban and Industrial team also takes responsibility for maintaining the contaminated land database and respond to enquiries for information.

We are seeking a compliance coordinator on a 12-month fixed term agreement to cover for parental leave. You will be someone who has a positive, solution focused attitude to customer service, enabling you to effectively respond to enquiries about consent compliance, invoices and reports. You will support members of the team with recording of incidents that are reported through our pollution hotline and may need to participate in project work as part of our continuous development processes. The position will see you working throughout the wider Compliance team to maintain and update our internal monitoring database, ensuring that data is correctly processed and documented in line with our regulatory policy requirements.


About you:

The successful candidate will be an excellent communicator and a creative problem solver who thrives on change. You will be able to take on multiple tasks while maintaining a strong attention to detail.  An understanding of environmental issues and data management would be beneficial. An ability to plan and schedule your own work, and to work with little or no supervision is a must in this fast paced and varied role

We need someone who is highly motivated, reliable, calm, and flexible!

You will also have:

  • 3 + years experience working in administration or coordination role with a sound understanding of office administration processes.
  • Strong customer service skills, ideally with some experience in dealing with members of the public and handling difficult situations.
  • A pro-active nature that drives you to look for solutions and improvement opportunities.
  • Excellent Microsoft Office and software skills with the ability to trouble shoot problems.
  • Familiarity with the Resource Management Act would be advantageous.

The salary range for this role will be between $54,374 – $60,416 dependent on the qualifications and experience of the successful candidate.

All applicants must have existing rights to work in New Zealand.

To view the job description please click HERE

Applications close 21 July 2021


2 July 2021

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