Taranaki Regional Council

  • Posted: 21 Nov 2023
  • Location: Stratford
  • Work Type: Full Time
  • Classification: Other
Mo matou - About us

Our people love working here because we are an enthusiastic team, with a diverse range of skills and experience, who are all rowing in the same direction. We are all passionate about making a positive difference for our community, both now and for our future generations. What drives us is making Taranaki the best place in Aotearoa, New Zealand to live, play and do business!

Our main office is based right in the centre of the region, right under our maunga (mountain), in Stratford. Living and working here means you have all the big city benefits, along with a rural lifestyle, and quick access to the sea, and breathtaking country.

Whakatakanga and whanonga pono - Mission and values

Our mission is to work for a thriving Taranaki by promoting the sustainable use, development and protection of our natural and physical resources, and advocating for the regions best interests.

We are committed to providing a service first approach to the public and regional community, and in doing so aim to continue to better the quality of our performance while working safely, sustaining effective communication and teamwork, having the initiative and right to make mistakes, holding accountability for improvement, being results-driven, and holding high job satisfaction.

Mo te tunga - About the role

The role of the Enforcement and Compliance Coordinator is to provide compliance and administrative assistance to the Compliance Section in all areas of the Councils responsibilities under the Resource Management Act 1991.

The Enforcement and Compliance Coordinator provides administrative support assisting the Team Leaders with recording and reporting of information as required including assisting with Official Information Act requests. The role sits alongside the Triage Administration Coordinator and both positions work closely with many shared goals and objectives to provide support to the Compliance section in its delivery of duties across the Taranaki Region.

Mou - About you

We like to set people up for success so you'll be a leading applicant if you have:

previous experience and/or relevant qualifications in a relevant field and an understanding of the Resource Management Act 1991 would be an advantage
strong computer literacy, including confidence and competence in the use of Microsoft Office products
excellent oral and written communication skills, attention to detail and able to work independently
a commitment to getting the job done in a calm and excellent manner
a positive attitude and a willingness to contribute positively to the team culture to ensure that we provide a positive working environment for everyone.
Whats on offer?

Taranaki Regional Council is a fantastic place to work! Of course we do flexible working, have an onsite gym, active social club, additional leave days, and many other perks. However, the best part is working alongside fantastic people who are truly dedicated to the Taranaki region.

Interested? Heres how to apply

Click on the apply button below, fill out your application form and add your CV and cover letter.

Dont meet every single requirement? Taranaki Regional Council is dedicated to building a diverse, inclusive and authentic workplace based on different experiences, world views and a desire to learn. So, if youre excited about this role, but dont meet the criteria perfectly, we encourage you to reach out anyway. You might be just who were looking for.

Further details on the role can be found below on the position description link, or for any other questions please contact Melanie Washer, Recruitment and Onboarding Coordinator on (06) 765 7127. Applications must be made directly through this website.

There is no closing date for this vacancy. Applications will remain open until a successful candidate is appointed and we reserve the right to close this vacancy when we have received sufficient, suitable applications. Please submit your application as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

To apply for this job, you must have the legal right to be able to work in New Zealand as we are currently not accredited to support applicants via the Accredited Employer Work Visa (AEWV).