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Bay of Plenty Regional Council

Closing Date : 03 Nov 2017

Do you want to take your career to the next level at one of New Zealand's most efficient and progressive Regional Councils and contribute to the valuable work that we do?  If so we have just the right job for you!

This is a senior position that will contribute to the overall effectiveness of Resource Management Planning and Māori Policy requirements under the Resource Management Act 1991.

The role will provide a high level of Māori cultural, procedural and RMA planning advice including the assessment of plan changes and planning matters.  Supporting Māori in building RMA knowledge will be a key focus.

The successful applicant will have demonstrated expertise in RMA planning processes, local government experience and competency in Te Reo, Tikanga and Te Ao Māori.  Established relationships and networks with Māori in the region will be an advantage.

The role can be based in Rotorua, Whakatane or Tauranga.

For a copy of the job description and to submit applications, please click here

Phone Anaru Vercoe - Māori Policy Team Leader on 0800 884 880, for all other queries.

The recruitment salary midpoint for this position will be approximately $84,000 and will be determined based on the skills and experience of the successful applicant. Salary progression will be based on successful delivery of performance indicators.

Applications close 5pm, Friday 3rd November and will be accepted online only.

With offices based in Mount Maunganui, Tauranga, Rotorua and Whakatane, Bay of Plenty Regional Council offers the work/life balance dreams are made of. Highlights include:

  • NZ's favourite beach is a maximum of 1.5 hours from our offices.
  • A region that covers some of NZ's most beautiful countryside.
  • Recreational lakes within an hours travel from each of our offices.

Bay of Plenty Regional Council is a member of the Equal Employment Opportunity Trust.





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