Auckland City, AucklandPermanentAre you a highly experienced collaboration guru', with a history of involvement in successful initiatives aimed at making a transformational difference for people and nature?
Do you understand the relationship between a healthy natural environment and healthy people and communities? Do you have the skills to work with others to create collective impact and deliver game-
changing conservation outcomes? Do you want to help transform Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland into a city where the natural environment is interwoven into the wellbeing of Aucklanders lives?
If this sounds like you and we've grabbed your attention, then this could be your new role.We are looking for a Partnerships Development Advisor to join the Auckland based Partnerships team.
The aim of the position is to work with partners towards shared goals on a landscape scale across the Auckland region. This means navigating a complex landscape both within the Department and with Treaty partners, community stakeholders and agency partners, such as Auckland Council.
The person we want can demonstrate they communicate openly, seek to understand the breadth and complexity of the work and work well with others to achieve the best outcomes.
You will be highly motivated, up for trying and testing new ideas, and be adept at connecting people, concepts and strategic approaches.
You will recognise the importance of DOC's partnership with tangata whenua. Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills are a must along with good project management skills.
You will have tertiary qualifications, or equivalent experience, in a field related to the natural environment and collaborative approaches to achieve environmental outcomes.
This is a dynamic position with a supportive work team. The ability to work flexible hours at times will be required.Eligibility to work in New Zealand is mandatory, as this is a permanent position, applicants must be New Zealand citizens or residents.
Please apply online via the DOC Careers Centre. Applications must include a cover letter, CV and evidence of the required capabilities as per the roledescription.
For any queries, please contact Christine Rahiri, crahiri doc.govt.nz or telephone (027 5610654) quoting vacancy 300 / 8256.
Applications close at 5pm, Tuesday, 29 October 2019.DOC is committed to a diverse workforce that represents the communities we serve, and to creating an inclusive workplace culture.