Northland Regional Council is one of Northland's primary environmental guardians and aims to protect Northland's land, water, coast and air while still allowing for sustainable development. We also promote the region's economic, social and cultural wellbeing. There are many great reasons to join our team:
Our induction and orientation programme is second to none, giving new staff an opportunity to learn more about the Council by meeting people and visiting Council facilities.
We’re committed to helping our staff achieve work/life balance. We offer flexible working hours, study leave and generous paid annual and flexitime leave.
Our organisation continually promotes and provides extensive continual learning programmes. It places a great deal of importance on nurturing and developing staff.
We place a strong emphasis on the health, safety and well-being of our team. We provide free health checks, well-being clinics, group health insurance schemes and personal protective equipment, if required. There is also a free counselling service - for work and non-work issues.
We are seeking two experienced biosecurity officers to join our team. One as a Biosecurity Officer Partnerships (Dargaville) and another as a Biosecurity Officer Predator Free Project Lead (Whangarei).
Location: Whangarei | Job ID: 4829582 | Closing Date: 03 Sep 2019
We seek an experienced and qualified Environmental Science Communication and Reporting Officer to provide effective dissemination and communication of multidisciplinary scientific and technical information to council and its stakeholders.
Location: Whangarei | Job ID: 4828751 | Closing Date: 06 Sep 2019
We seek an experienced and qualified Data Management Officer to join our dynamic and dedicated Natural Resources Data Team, providing information to a wide range of the Council's environmental monitoring and resource management functions.
Location: Whangarei | Job ID: 4828367 | Closing Date: 06 Sep 2019
The Kaiāwhina Kaupapa Māori is an exciting new role as part of the Māori Relationships and Monitoring and Consents teams that provide support and advice to both internal and external customers on cultural issues raised by tāngata whenua.
Location: Whangarei | Job ID: 4825949 | Closing Date: 29 Aug 2019
The Kāiarahi Kaupapa Māori is part of the Māori Relationships Team that provides internal and external advice and support services for council and tāngata whenua.
Location: Whangarei | Job ID: 4825583 | Closing Date: 29 Aug 2019
We are seeking two experienced and qualified scientists to join our dynamic and dedicated Natural Resources Science Team which provides environmental scientific advice and expertise in relation to freshwater, coastal, air and soil resources.
Location: Whangarei | Job ID: 4819652 | Closing Date: 30 Aug 2019