The Horizons region extends over 22,200km2 – from Ruapehu in the north and Horowhenua in the south, to Whanganui in the west and Tararua in the east. It’s a landscape as vast and varied as the over 240,000 people who call it home. At Horizons Regional Council we work to make our region a great place to live, work and play.
This is a permanent part-time position of 20 hours per week, based in our Palmerston North office.
The role of District Advice is about providing essential information that affects the development of proposals for matters such as individual properties, subdivisions, district plans, large dams and other related development. The role also provides information to help with property related decisions e.g. buying or selling, insurance and valuations etc. District Advice prepares information requests by coordinating experts’ advice from across council, gathering various forms of geospatial data (including preparing maps), to provide consistent and useful information to the customer. Information includes natural hazard advice, and other regional council matters that may be crucial to land development such as relevant Horizons One Plan Policy / Rules.
Do you have great relationship, communication and organisational skills as well as having some experience either in natural hazard management, Resource Management Act and/or the Building Act? The successful applicant will have experience with:
This exciting and challenging role works internally across Horizons internal groups and the Region’s councils as well as directly with members of the public. Its function is important for helping inform land use and property related decisions which contribute to creating a resilient and sustainable regional community.
So if you like the challenge of a fast paced and varied team environment, then we would be interested in receiving your application.
Why should you apply?
When you join us, you can look forward to a rewarding career full of opportunities to develop, along with a positive and supportive work environment. We do this through:
Horizons are an equal opportunity employer and are committed to ensuring we have a diverse and inclusive workplace so our people reflect the diversity of our region.
Due to current New Zealand border restrictions we are only able to accept applications from candidates who are a New Zealand Citizen, Resident or already hold a valid visa and secured the right to work in New Zealand.