Regulatory Support
Queenstown Lakes District Council
Queenstown, New Zealand
5d ago
source : QJumpers

The Organisation

Queenstown Lakes District Council is at the very heart of the community, employing over 500 staff; we manage infrastructure development, community recreational facilities, and planning, building and other regulatory services.

We also support community arts and events, economic development and emergency management. With an annual operational budget of over $100M and a capital expenditure programme of $990M over ten years, we are a major part of the district’s economy.

The Location

Queenstown Tahuna is nestled in New Zealand’s Southern Alps Ka Tiritiri o te Moana on the shores of Lake Wakatipu and is rated as one of the world’s top destinations.

Queenstown is renowned for its four distinctive seasons which offer snow-capped mountains during the winter months for snowboarding and skiing.

Long hot days in the summer months are perfect for mountain biking, food and wine tasting or walking along the many trails Queenstown has to offer.

Thrill seekers, families and food and wine connoisseurs will all find Queenstown Lakes District the perfect place to call home.

The wider district has more to offer in popular towns from Wanaka as the gateway to Mt Aspiring Tititea National Park to unique Glenorchy and the Routeburn Track beyond.

The Role

10 years from now, on our busiest days, our population will be larger than the city of Dunedin and as such we are seeking motivated and innovative professionals to join our Regulatory Team in the role of Regulatory Support.

Your well established strong administrative and organisational skills will mean you will be able to provide support to the Regulatory Team as well as dealing with public enquiries, tracking licence applications, processing parking infringements, preparing reports and other regulatory matters.

Drawing on your experience and expertise in this space, you will also bring :

  • Proven experience in a customer service and / or administration role.
  • Minimum NCEA level three or equivalent
  • Demonstrated experience in a range of desktop applications including Microsoft Office
  • Demonstrated planning and organisational skills with an excellent eye for detail.
  • High order written language skills, with attention to detail in spelling, grammar and punctuation.
  • Demonstrated ability to take on responsibility and use initiative to prioritise work effectively under pressure and to tight deadlines.
  • The Benefits

  • Competitive market remuneration
  • Career progression and training opportunities
  • Regular working hours
  • Subsidised Health Insurance
  • Discounted health and fitness club rates at our great facilities
  • Relocation allowance will be considered for the right candidates
  • For more information on this role, or to apply, please visit .

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