Senior Commercial and Revenue Advisor
Department of Conservation
Auckland City, AUK
4d ago
source : ExploreJobs

Auckland City, AucklandPermanentThe Department of Conservation is an exciting and ever rewarding organisation to work for.

Our vision, shared with others, is that New Zealand is the greatest living space on Earth'. We all work together each day to increase the value of conservation, contributing to the economic, social and cultural success of Aotearoa.

The Pricing and Economics unit was established as a separate unit last year to drive improved conservation outcomes and to address the need to drive greater revenue from those who benefit from the use of conservation assets.

This is a rare opportunity to join us as we embark on the second phase of our journey by further increasing the size and capability of our team.

He angitūtanga : About the RoleAs the Senior Commercial and Revenue Advisor you will be responsible for delivering advice to ensure DOC's fee setting and pricing is delivering maximum value to conservation.

You will achieve this by ensuring sound methodologies and consultation processes have been employed for determining the fees for activity on public conservation land.

Part of this will be to develop the underlying strategies and systems that enable the team to fulfil their purpose. You will also be involved in investigating the value of alternative business models to improve access, manage visitor demand and improve visitor safety.

He kōrero mōu : What we are looking forThis appointment requires technical commercial knowledge developed through a minimum of 5 years of working in a similar or related context.

You will be a confident communicator who has the ability to influence a range of stakeholders, alongside robust project management skills and evidence-based reasoning.

We are seeking an agile and cooperative team member who is comfortable collaborating with others across the wider unit, organisation and externally to deliver on key department objectives.

Please note, this position will ideally be based in Dunedin or Wellington. As a flexible employer, we are also open to other options for the right candidate.

Specific skillsCommercial acumenAn ability to lead significant pieces of work for the unit, including engagement with internal and external stakeholdersComfort with data analysis and modellingAbility to solve problems and produce tangible resultsStrong communication and interpersonal skills, including leadership and coachingA relevant university degree or a demonstrated level of qualificationA broad understanding of conservation managementExperience in pricing strategy desirableExperience or a good understanding of the tourism industry would be beneficialNgā āhuatanga kei a mātou : What's in it for you?

Aside from being the multiple award winner of the most attractive employer in the public sector (and second overall) we offer : Competitive remunerationFlexible workingA supportive and collaborative work environmentRespect, recognition and opportunities for personal growthExcellent employee wellbeing initiatives including the employee assistance program and discounted insuranceFree accommodation in our huts and campsites as well as general travel and accommodation discountsJob satisfaction from contributing to crucial and meaningful workEligibility to work in New Zealand is mandatory, including a valid work visa covering the whole period of employment if applying internationally.

Please apply online via the DOC Careers Centre. Applications must include a cover letter and CV.Applications close at 5pm on Monday, 13 July 2020.

DOC is committed to a diverse workforce that represents the communities we serve, and to creating an inclusive workplace culture.

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