Programme Lead Concessions and Land Use, (Fixed Term)

  • Company:
    Govt NZ Jobs
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  • Salary:
    negotiable / month
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    2 weeks ago
  • Category:
    Government
  • Job Type:
  • Category: Legal/Compliance
  • Location: Dunedin
  • Date Advertised: 25-JAN-21
  • Job Reference: DOC/400/11450D
  • Job Title: Programme Lead Concessions and Land Use, (Fixed Term)
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This is a fixed term position for a period of 2 years. This role may be located out of Wellington, Dunedin or Hamilton.

Now is the perfect time to join the National Compliance Team at the Department of Conservation as we increase in size and capability to strengthen our conservation law enforcement function. DOC’s compliance function makes a key contribution to the protection of New Zealand’s unique wildlife, cultural and natural taonga. It does this by enforcing compliance with the rules that apply on public conservation land, in marine reserves and mammal sanctuaries, and to protected wildlife.

 

He angitūtanga: About the Role

As our next Programme Lead, you will be responsible for leading the programme and strategy development for concessions and land use compliance. You will develop a concession compliance strategy that clearly identifies priorities and provides a range of tools to address noncompliance. This role will involve significant collaboration across the department as you work to ensure concession conditions are fit-for-purpose from enforcement, auditing and monitoring perspectives. You will operate with a continuous improvement approach and demonstrate sound change management principles. Throughout the journey, you will also monitor and manage your work to ensure alignment with other programme requirements.  

Required:

  • Experience in a regulatory compliance role, preferably in the public sector
  • Outstanding written and oral communication skills
  • Experience in developing auditing and monitoring frameworks at a national scale
  • Solid understanding of compliance and enforcement frameworks
  • Confidence analysing system performance and implementing solutions to enhance performance
  • A proactive approach with excellent time management skills
  • The ability to build and maintain collaborative relationships and navigate complex relationships
  • Experience managing and monitoring budgets
  • A relevant tertiary qualification

 

Ngā āhuatanga kei a mātou: What’s in it for you?

This is your chance to be a part of a progressive and highly significant function within the Department. DOC’s National Compliance Team is currently undergoing a period of significant growth, as we work towards delivering an enhanced programme of work with capability at its heart.

A fantastic supportive and collaborative working environment. Being the multiple award winner of the most attractive employer in the public sector (and second overall) with an average turnover beyond 10 years, we know people generally really enjoy working with us!

We offer a range of flexible working options depending on the needs of the role and its work context.

The chance to join a large organisation that’s still growing. DOC has been undergoing a steady period of growth, we highly value the new expertise and fresh perspectives brought into the organisation. This is your chance to contribute to our culture of continuous improvement.

 

Excellent development opportunities across the Department.

Eligibility to work in New Zealand is mandatory – this includes holding a valid work visa that covers the whole period of employment.

Please apply online via the DOC Careers Centre with a CV and cover letter demonstrating how you meet the requirements above. 

For any enquiry, please contact Meena Pratap at mpratap@doc.govt.nz

Applications close at 5pm, on Monday, 15 of February 2021.

DOC is committed to a diverse workforce that represents the communities we serve, and to creating an inclusive workplace culture. We offer a range of flexible working options depending on the needs of the role and its work context.