He angitūtanga : The opportunity
Community Facilities provides world-class open space, building, and aquatic facilities that are financially considered and deliver on Auckland's expectations and aspirations.
As kaitiaki (guardian) of facilities, we have an important role in facilitating the wider social, economic, environmental, and cultural outcomes that promote the wellbeing of our communities.
Be part of a dedicated regional aquatic facilities team that manages the largest swimming pool and water feature portfolio in New Zealand.
This team is a centre of excellence accountable for effective management of the council's swimming pool and water feature plant assets (26 pool sites, including any adjoining dry side facilities, and 70 water feature sites).
This is one of those opportunities that does not come around very often. As a Senior Aquatic Facilities Specialist, you will coordinate the day to day delivery of a high performing maintenance service to all swimming pools (including any dry side facilities) and water feature plant assets in one of five specific areas of Auckland through excellent contractor management and communications.
You will be the first point of contact for all maintenance enquiries in one of the five specified areas. You will lead project teams to plan, co-ordinate, and deliver a programme of swimming pool maintenance shutdowns projects.
You will be assigned medium complexity new capital works and renewals projects (including renewal planning and minor project delivery) to which you will apply best practice project management principles, techniques, and systems.
You will be a subject matter expert for all enquiries for Council owned swimming pools (including any dry side facilities) and water feature plant assets across a specific area.
He kōrero mōu : About you
To be successful in this role you will have substantial experience (7+ years) in both operational maintenance and capital works project including renewal delivery involving swimming pools and / or dry side facilities.
Demonstrated training to meet NZ Standard Pool Water Quality (NZS 5826 : 2010) or recognised prior learning along with an understanding of NZS4441 : 2008 Swimming Pool Design Standard is preferred.
It goes without saying that you will have a good understanding of construction site monitoring, including a good understanding of Health and Safety.
Ngā āhuatanga kei a mātou : What we offer
We will offer you a career-enhancing opportunity, competitive remuneration, and to be part of Auckland’s meaningful history.
You will be part of a team that is passionate about what we do. Working 40 hours per week; you will have some flexibility with how those hours are set.
If you are high performing, passionate about Auckland and the world around you, and would like the chance to facilitate making tangible and visible improvements to our environment, then join us.
Apply today (telling us why you are interested in and right for this opportunity) by cover letter along with your CV. If you are an internal candidate (not a temp or contractor), please apply via Tupu.
Applications close Sunday, 6 December 2020
You will be required to have a valid NZ driver's licence due to the nature of the position where you will be required to regularly travel to various Community Facility sites across the Auckland region.
This role is deemed safety-sensitive and in line with Auckland Council policy, you will be required to complete pre-employment drug & alcohol testing.
Applications close 6th of December 2020
Auckland Council is an equal opportunity employer (EOE) and we are committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion.
If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at the time of application to assist you through the recruitment process.