Varied and busy role including administration, project coordination and official correspondence support for the Regulation team at the Environmental Protection Authority.
Administrator Regulation (6 Month Fixed Term)
We are looking for a highly organised administrator to support our busy Regulation team on a six month fixed term contract. You will have a background in administrative support and / or project coordination, with a flexible can do attitude. This role involves assisting with Official Information Act (OIA) queries and project administration for the consultation phase of the Globally Harmonised System (GHS) project.
We value your knowledge and experience
This role would suit an experienced team or project administrator who is comfortable working to deadlines and under pressure.
As this role involves assisting with OIA queries, you will need to have very strong attention to detail, be confident working a wide variety of people, and be adaptable to change. You will be process-focused and always on the lookout for improvements in how we do things.
What we’re looking for
The successful applicant will be calm, practical, organised, and able to pick up new tasks quickly. You will be comfortable multi-tasking and working alongside multiple team members to support delivery of key projects for the Regulation team. We are looking for someone who has:
What we can offer you
This is a 6 month fixed term full-time position based in our central city offices on Lambton Quay. You’ll be joining our Regulation team, to assist on OIA responses as well as working with the GHS project team. The position is a great opportunity to gain experience in regulatory policy whilst developing your project administration experience.
The EPA values its employees, and takes pride in offering a great working environment, lots of professional development, and in supporting work-life balance. Some of the benefits of working with us include on-site weekly Maori language lessons and regular workshops to develop staff understanding and appreciation of Te Ao Māori, as well as frequent talks on a variety of topics from fascinating external speakers.
We also have a range of staff groups, from gardening to adventure running, that cater to the diverse interests of our staff. In addition to these great benefits at work, we also offer our staff extra leave on top of the standard legislative requirements. Check out the careers section of our website for more information at www.epa.govt.nz
For a copy of the job description,please visit our careers site or apply for this position to be directed there. For additional information please contact Bree Macaky, on email@example.com
Applying for the position
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Applications close at 5pm, Wednesday 6 November 2019
6 month fixed term full-time position