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Company Waikato Regional Council
Location Hamilton, Waikato
Listed Wed 13 Jun, 9:32 am
Type Full time, Permanent
Reference M6816
We have a key role in our small Environmental Compliance team that requires skills in environmental resource management with a focus on monitoring, auditing, reporting & advising on the resource consents that are held by the Integrated Catchment Management Directorate (ICM).

This role assists teams within ICM to achieve the highest standard of environmental performance and compliance. Together with our Zone Managers and operational staff, you will coordinate and oversee compliance with our resource consent conditions. The role will also involve developing and implementing training and working on strategic initiatives centred around best practice, process improvement and environmental enhancement initiatives. The successful candidate will be seen as the 'go to' person on Resource Consent issues for ICM.

To succeed, you need to be a highly organised self - starter, with excellent communication and project management skills and with proven ability to build positive relationships.

Sound working knowledge of the Resource Management Act, Waikato Regional Plan and resource consent process is essential, as is a tertiary qualification and practical experience in a science or resource management-related field.

Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.
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