Full-Time Team Leader Environmental Health
Businesses talk about Culture – We live it.
Here at Gisborne District Council, we pull our values from the community we serve. It makes sense then that we are enthusiastic about culture in our workplace. Family and inclusivity are deep seated in our culture. We work hard together to make our people proud and our whanau are why we are so passionate about what we do for the community here at Gisborne District Council.
We are currently looking for a Team Leader Environmental Health to join our growing team and help shape the future of our region. You will be well supported by a team that prides ourselves on nurturing an inclusive workspace that embraces innovation and creativity, so bring your passion and leading-edge ideas to Gisborne District Council.
A bit about you: You will have confidence in your ability to provide guidance to your team and educate stakeholders with a mission to deliver exceptional customer service front and centre. Needless to say that you will be apt at problem solving, patient and empathetic, with the ability to communicate effectively. A high-level understanding of relevant legislation and at least 5 years environmental health regulatory experience will enable you to effectively lead your team to ensure effective management of Tairawhiti’s environmental health.
Your day will look like: With a mixture of doing and overseeing, you’ll be there to support your team of 6 to implement and enforce statutes, regulations, and bylaws, across Council’s food safety, alcohol licensing, health premises housing/building, water supply, sewage treatment, nuisance control and other healthy living condition functions. You’ll also have opportunities to contribute your knowledge and expertise to your own projects to improve delivery and efficiencies.
What we offer:
- Full time permanent role because we know that job stability is important.
- Flexible working hours to enjoy our tranquil and beautiful surroundings and spending time with your greatest supporters; your whanau.
- Career progression, training and development to continue your learning and inspire those that come after you.
- Ability to balance your hours around your family and other commitments.
Who we are:
Gisborne District Council is the local government, both district and regional authority for Tairawhiti, New Zealand. We are the proud winners of the 2019 LGNZ Excellence Awards, for our work to grow and promote the well-being of our community and people. With more and more people choosing Tairāwhiti for its lifestyle, environment and culture, it’s an exciting time to be joining our thriving and diverse region. At Gisborne District Council, we see you as more than a cog in the wheel; you are a valued voice for your whanau and community.
- Bring your whole self to work: we celebrate this and all it means.
- Represent our diverse community and be the guardian of our rich heritage.
- Have a hand in our legacy for Tairāwhiti’s Tāngata and lead the region now and into the future.
So, what are you waiting for? Apply now and make a difference in the lives of future generations.
Applications close on Tuesday, 5th July – 10am
For more information please contact Gary McKenzie
**It is important for applicants to know that Gisborne District Council has a Vaccination Policy that requires all employees of Gisborne District Council to be fully vaccinated for Covid-19. From 14th June, we are in consultation on our policy, proposing to remove the requirement for all staff (not covered by Government mandates) to be vaccinated but may be reinstated in the future if COVID-19 situation changes. We will update you as soon as consultation ends and a decision is made on vaccination requirements. You are welcome to apply whatever your vaccination status, however your application will be reviewed in consideration of our requirements for the role at the time of shortlisting.
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