Website Ministry for the Environment
- 6-month fixed term strategic regulatory compliance role
- Supportive and dynamic environment
- We foster flexible/remote working
Bring your regulatory compliance experience and passion for resource efficiency, waste minimisation and management | progress Aotearoa New Zealand to ōhanga āmiomio – a circular economy
Mō tēnei tūrangi mahi | About this role
Working collaboratively with a range of stakeholders, you will take a lead role within the compliance, monitoring and enforcement (CME) team of the Waste and Resource Efficiency Division. You will provide strategic advice and support to the CME activities undertaken by the team, as well as have important input on the development of waste policy from a regulatory and operational perspective.
Your experience in taking a strategic view of the entire regulatory process from design through to implementation and reform, applying judgement to complex issues in conditions involving considerable uncertainty and ambiguity will be vital to success in the role. You will have the ability to consider, recommend or apply a range of tools, methods and approaches to varying circumstances for best effect and assess, through monitoring and evaluation, the impact of regulation.
You will use the Waste Minimisation Act, the Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Act, the Resource Management Act, the Litter Act and the Local Government Act to inform your work.
This is a 6 month fixed term contract.
Mō Ngā Whakahaere Ā-Para | About Waste Operations
Read more about our compliance, monitoring and enforcement role under the Waste Minimisation Act in the link below. https://environment.govt.nz/acts-and-regulations/acts/waste-minimisation-act-2008/compliance-monitoring-and-enforcement-of-the-waste-minimisation-act/
Ngā pūkenga me ngā wheako | Skills and experience
We want to hear from you if you:
- have commitment to developing your cultural capability and capacity in te ao Māori
- an academic /recognised qualification in audit, investigation, policy, law, regulation, natural resource management or environmental compliance
- strong stakeholder management skills with the ability to influence at all levels
- excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
- knowledge of, and experience working with, legislation in a regulatory environment
- effective written and verbal communication skills
- sound understanding of the machinery of government
- demonstrated experience in providing advice for decision-makers
- a resilient, proactive and tenacious approach
- the ability to work comfortably in an environment of ambiguity
- an ability to apply Māori worldviews in a way that makes a meaningful difference to advice, partnerships, and relationships with others.
Mō mātou | About us
The Ministry’s purpose – He taiao tōnui mō ngā reanga katoa – a flourishing environment for every generation.
- a flexible by default approach to support your work-life balance
- agile working, allowing you variety and challenges across the organisation as we work as ‘One MfE’
- generous leave entitlements
- training to competently and effectively engage with Māori as our Treaty Partner, this includes te reo me ona tikanga Māori courses
- active social club and employee networks, including a Māori staff network
- opportunities for development and education.
A key priority for the Ministry is Te Ao Māori. This means we work with our Treaty partner to advance Māori priorities for the environment and for environmental success. We will be confident and coordinated in our ongoing engagement with Māori and lead the natural resources system in engaging for success with tangata whenua. We will grow our capability and capacity to accurately reflect Māori views in our work.
An organisational priority is that we accurately reflect Te Tiriti o Waitangi and Te Ao Maori into our everyday work, by living our Te Ao Hurihuri Strategy through capability and capacity building.
We embrace diversity and inclusion and are committed to equal opportunities. What’s important to us is ‘he rau kotahi tangata’ – embracing our multiple talents – by harnessing our diversity and being inclusive. We actively encourage applications from all backgrounds.
Tono ināianei | Apply Now
Apply directly by completing the online application form and submit your CV and cover letter. Note: your cover letter will be a key part of our assessment process, so please highlight how your experience relates to the key skills required for this role.
If you require further information about this position, please contact Scott Priestley by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at +64 22 083 3594.
Salary range for this role is $101,802 to $124,424. Appointment within these ranges will be based on skills and experience.
Rā Katinga | Applications close: midnight Monday, 25th October 2021.
To apply for this job please visit careers.mfe.govt.nz.