Environment Canterbury deals with one of NewZealand’s largest, most diverse and naturally stunning environments and tacklessome of the most challenging land and water rural issues in the country.
The Senior Implementation Advisor (Regional ImplementationProgrammes) is part of the Regional Biodiversity team. The role will focus on implementationof regional freshwater andland management campaigns and projects and developing connections between theProgramme and Implementation teams.
These are often large scale, multidisciplinary projects with a lot ofmoving parts.
Aboutthe Role Kōrero mō te tūranga
This role will provide technicalleadership in the development, implementation and reporting of regionalprograms relating to the protection of our environment and resources.
The rolewill coordinate the delivery of programmes, developing internal and externalcommunications, and the development of tools and procedures.
This role collaborates with staffacross the organisation and with key stakeholders to implement our RegionalPlans and organisational priorities set out in the Long-Term Plan.
In addition,you will support our reporting functions to deliver relevant, timely andaccurate information to our communities and decision-makers.
You willhave a relevant tertiary qualification and experience in a similar rolealready. You will have gained solid knowledge of programme management and haveexperience implementing projects.
Your previous experience will also includedeveloping project plans, planning, resourcing and monitoring progress andbudgets.
You will be action driven,self-motivated and take initiative to lead, direct, plan and prioritiseeffectively ensuring the integrated delivery of assigned resource managementprojects are met.
Building relationships comes natural toyou as you collaborate with other teams and industry partners to deliverprograms.
Your agile mindset will help you establish new ways of working,including modification of procedures to address issues and new situations.
AboutEnvironment Canterbury Kaunihera Taiao ki Waitaha
Taking action together to shape a thriving and resilient Canterbury, nowand for future generations - toitū te marae o Tāne, toitū te marae o Tangaroa,toitū te iwi o Tangaroa.
Environment Canterbury works with partners,stakeholders, and other agencies to protect the health of our environment toensure a sustainable and prosperous future for all of us.
Your commitment to understanding and honouringtikanga and Te Tiriti o Waitangi combined with experience of incorporating teao Māori perspectives are encouraged.
You’ll be empowered to make adifference for the good of your community, while personally benefiting from theresults of your work.
When you join us, you’ll be empowered to make a difference for the goodof your community, while personally benefiting from the results of your work.
For more information about us and the work that we do, please clickhere.
Benefitsof working at Environment Canterbury Ngā hua o te Mahi i te Kaunihera Taiaoki Waitaha
You will love our values-based teamculture with a focus on wellbeing, wrapped into an environmentthat is hard working, supportive, friendly, and fun.
Environment Canterbury offers an inclusive, people-first culture,flexible working, a competitive salary, ongoing professionaldevelopment, internal opportunities across the organisation, freeincome protection insurance and life insurance, discounted healthcarepremiums, and free annual flu vaccinations.
Join us tobe part of a team where you are supported to thrive and develop. For aconfidential discussion regarding this role, please contact Shaun Burkett, shaun.
burkett ecan.govt.nz or 027 6476150