|Location||Christchurch City, Canterbury|
|Listed||Mon 11 Jun, 5:15 pm|
|Type||Full time, Permanent|
- Use your relationship management skills to drive change
- Make a real difference for Industry
- Professional development opportunities
We are BCITO - the largest provider of construction skills in New Zealand. Our team are passionate about building careers and believe in the value of diversity. We are taking this industry into the future and that is where you come in!
You are passionate about industry training. You know there are exciting opportunities all over the country for developing the construction industry workforce. You understand the importance of training, both for individual success and for the ongoing strength of the industry.
As an Industry Advocate for BCITO, you will be a key member of our team. You will be a respected voice for our industries and the people working in them - providing advocacy to ensure skill needs are being met and opportunities are identified. You will be part of managing our employer engagement, building strong networks and ensuring industry satisfaction. You will be a key channel of information, which you will analyse to develop opportunities. Most importantly, you will play a lead role in ensuring the skills we deliver today, meet the needs of the employers of tomorrow.
This role can be based in Auckland or Christchurch but it would require regular travel to Wellington.
You will have high level relationship building, negotiation and networking skills, honed from either advocacy or key account management. You do not necessarily need to have a background in the building and construction industry, but at least a keen interest! You will be known as honest, credible and knowledgeable: you know the facts and are not afraid to share them!
Influencing comes naturally and you enjoy strategic collaboration with senior management and stakeholders. Your analytical skills and ability to evaluate commercial decisions based on quality information are outstanding.
What we offer
If you are ready to make a difference, to move to a flexible company with a culture of trust and real focus on work/life balance, this could be the job for you. Professional development opportunities abound for you too.
Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.