Technical Director
Enginurity Limited
Auckland NZ
6d ago

You might be working in consultancy at Technical Director level or aspiring to make the move to this level. This is a rare opportunity take up an Auckland regional planning leadership role, leading and growing the environmental planning service offering with a highly respected consultancy.

This is a newly created position and part of their strategic growth and will work collaboratively with the National Planning Lead and wider planning team in other offices around NZ.

The primary objective of this role is to assist with and support the growth and leadership of their RMA Planning business.

The planning business aspires to be recognised as a market leader and being trusted advisors to our clients, and our services compliments and integrates within their wider solutions business.

Specifically, the role is to undertake professional work primarily in the area of RMA Planning, plan policy and strategy, consenting, consultation and management.

In this role you will be developing and leading project work and business development for clients, providing business leadership for their people, clients and projects.

You will provide leadership in developing and implementing the RMA Planning teams approach to the market and provide operational oversight to activities.

Additional areas of responsibility will include involvement in broader environmental management related projects, project management, field equipment management and maintenance, as well as the deployment of field equipment.

About You

  • A relevant NZPI recognised Planning qualification (ideally to Masters level) from a recognised leading university.
  • Solid consultancy experience.
  • A comprehensive understanding of the NZ planning system and relevant legislation.
  • Proven track record in Environmental Planning in New Zealand, ideally in Consultancy.
  • Business development including pre-positioning, preparation of competitive proposals and client management.
  • Management of regionally or nationally significant projects through the resource consenting process.
  • Enthusiasm to work collaboratively with other technical disciplines on multi-disciplinary infrastructure projects.
  • Full membership of the NZPI.
  • Candidates for this position will need to be based in and hold the right to work in New Zealand

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