Te Whakapakari Tahi I Tō tātau Taiao – Enhancing our environment together.
Our vision is a healthy environment and a resilient and prosperous community.
We focus on prioritising:
Te kounga o te wai, te haumarutanga me te mārohirohi ā-āhuarangi o te whakamarutanga | Water quality, safety and climate-resilient security.
Kia koi, kia toitū hoki te whakamahinga o te whenua | Climate-smart and sustainable land use.
Kia ora, kia āhei, kia mārohirohi ā-āhuarangi hoki te rerenga rauropi | Healthy, functioning and climate-resilient biodiversity.
Kia toitū, kia mārohirohi ā-āhuarangi hoki ngā ratonga me ngā hanganga ā-whare | Sustainable and climate-resilient services and infrastructure.
At Hawke’s Bay Regional Council our purpose is to work with our community to protect and manage the region’s precious taonga of rivers, lakes, soils, air, coast and biodiversity for health, wellbeing and connectivity. Our organisation is diverse and our work is varied. Our structure comprises of six key business units; Corporate Services, Integrated Catchment Management, Asset Management, Māori Partnerships, Policy & Regulation, and the Executive Advisory Group which also consists of the Civil Defence and Emergency Management.
About the Opportunity:
We are looking for a Resource Analyst to join the Environmental Information Data team. This team is responsible for ensuring the Councils’ environmental data is accurate, quality coded and readily available for use by scientists and public.
The Resource Analyst position sits within a team of six Analysts across a variety of disciplines within the Environmental Data field. This particular role is focused on water quality data, although there is the expectation for the incumbent to work across other specialist areas. The main focus of the Resource Analyst is to ensure data gathered (by technicians and sensors) is accurate, and processes are improved enabling efficiencies and reducing manual processing where possible.
The specific data collected is used internally within the Council, and underpins the planning and completion of scientific, management and technical projects to support Council decisions and fulfil obligations. The data is also used externally for national reporting and research, and for monitoring the state and effects in local waterbodies.
To be successful in this role you will have:
In addition to the above your technical expertise will include:
All applicants must have existing rights to work in New Zealand.
To view the job description please click here
Please apply via and include a cover letter with your CV outlining your experience and knowledge relating to water quality and hydrology.
Applications close 12 January 2022.
13 December 2021
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