Property Rights Analyst roles

  • Company:
    Govt NZ Jobs
  • Location:
  • Salary:
    negotiable / month
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    1 week ago
  • Category:
    Government
  • Job Type: Ongoing – Full Time
  • Category: Property and Valuation
  • Location: Canterbury
  • Date Advertised: 12-JAN-21
  • Job Reference: LINZ/1503715C
  • Job Title: Property Rights Analyst roles
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  • Summary:

Multiple exciting opportunities available across Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) offices in Hamilton, Wellington, and Christchurch!

At LINZ we make sure New Zealand has accurate information about where people and places are, people have confidence in their property rights and Crown property is well managed for future generations.

LINZ, as a business, has placed a genuine and tangible focus on transforming ourselves to be a “customer-centric” organisation, with strong emphasis on incorporating a continuous improvement mindset, into everything that we do. If you are a positive, resilient and proactive individual, you will enjoy the opportunity to engage with our customers, leverage the support and training and thrive within our team culture. 

We are currently looking for a number people to work in the following roles across our three offices:

  • Property Rights Analyst both Survey and Titles
  • Quality Assurance Analyst (Titles)
  • Spatial and Request Analyst

Please note that some of these roles are fixed term roles of between six to twelve months.

Property Rights Analysts (PRA)

As a PRA, the core part of your day will be validating and registering transactions, submitted by our customers, in line with rules and regulations.  Alongside this you will be providing a consistent and professional service to our customers.

The PRA position is a fantastic opportunity for someone who can apply critical thinking, problem solving and attention to detail.  The position suits someone who may have had experience in a similar role, or it could be equally suited to a capable individual who has the motivation to step up and learn new skills.

To be successful in this role, you will demonstrate:

  • The ability to research, comprehend and retain information then apply it across a range of circumstances
  • A high level of attention to detail
  • A customer-centric mindset and strong learning agility
  • An ability to learn and translate theoretical learnings into practical application
  • Experience delivering outcomes and following processes
  • A legacy of quality and consistent customer service
  • Great oral and written communication skills
  • The ability to work collaboratively in a team environment
  • The ability to multi-task and embrace change

Quality Assurance Analyst (Titles)

On a daily basis, Quality Assurance Analysts (QAA) are responsible for checking and auditing Title transactions to ensure accuracy.

The QAA position is an excellent opportunity for someone who has experience assessing high volume of work against regulatory compliance, with highly developed communication and organisational skills. Having the ability to identifying trends across data and reporting on them, delivering exceptional customer service, with the ability to provide clear and concise feedback. It is also well suited to smart and capable individuals who want to build strong relationships and are quick learners.

This position may suit individuals who have experience in a quality assurance position.

To be successful in this role, you will demonstrate:

  • Assess compliance based on set criteria, including legislation, regulation, policies, or procedures
  • Analyse, investigate, interpret, and retain a wide range of information
  • Make high quality decisions and judgement calls in sometimes ambiguous situations
  • Work quickly and accurately to ensure the customer is responded to in a timely manner
  • Capably multi-task and embrace change
  • A legacy of quality and consistent customer service
  • Great oral and written communication skills and is confident to provide feedback to others
  • The ability to work collaboratively in a team environment
  • Trend analysis and Reporting on Quality trends

Spatial and Request Analyst (SRA)

As a SRA, the core part of your day will be analysing and integrating data into New Zealand’s spatial database of property boundaries, resolving Cadastral Survey Datasets submission issues for Survey firms, and resolving spatial inaccuracy requests. Alongside this you will be providing a consistent and professional service to our customers.

The SRA position is a fantastic opportunity for someone who has excellent spatial awareness, good problem-solving skills, and high attention to detail.  The position suits someone who may have had experience in a similar role, or it could be equally suited to a capable individual who has the motivation to step up and learn new skills.

To be successful in this role, you will demonstrate:

  • The ability to research, comprehend and retain information, then apply it across a range of circumstances
  • Excellent spatial awareness
  • A high level of attention to detail
  • A customer-centric mindset and strong learning agility
  • Experience delivering outcomes and following processes
  • A legacy of quality and consistent customer service
  • Great oral and written communication skills
  • The ability to work collaboratively in a team environment
  • The ability to multi-task and embrace change
  • Good problem-solving skills

A comprehensive training programme is given to all successful applicants in all roles and you will be fully supported throughout your learning experience.

We will be holding a one-day Assessment Centre in Hamilton, Wellington and Christchurch during the week beginning Monday 15 February 2021.

Applications close Monday 25 January 2021

Please see the attached position description for further detail. For further information on this role please contact opportunities@linz.govt.nz and a member of our Recruitment Team will be in

 touch with you.