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14 Jan 2022

Full-Time Senior Policy Analyst – Zero Carbon

Dunedin City Council  Dunedin, Otago 90,046 – 105,936

Job Description

In this role, you will develop and implement climate change mitigation strategies and policies. A key focus will be developing a climate mitigation plan for Dunedin to align with the Council’s 2030 zero carbon target. Your passion for sustainability and carbon reduction will be welcomed with open arms, as will your policy and relationship management skills.

Come and thrive in our expanding Zero Carbon team. You will drive Council-led initiatives and provide policy advice to the Council. You’ll be used to considering the bigger picture and finding creative ways forward, and have a proven ability to work with key stakeholders and the wider Dunedin community to deliver great outcomes. Used to working through complex policy issues, you’ll have analytical and report writing skills. You will also advise on, and influence, strategy utilising your excellent communication and interpersonal skills. You will employ problem-solving skills to thrive in a context that is characterised by ambiguity, change, and diverse views.

This is an exciting time to join Dunedin City Council and create meaningful policy that will drive the future of Dunedin.

Applications Close: Sunday 30 January 2022

The DCC prioritises the health, safety and wellbeing for our teams, customers and the wider community we engage with. The DCC supports the Government vaccination programme to help protect us all against Covid-19. Applicants will be expected to provide evidence of full Covid-19 vaccination as part of our recruitment process.

Job Expired January 30, 2022

Job Category: Policy. Job Type: Full-Time.

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