Lead the Conservation Services Planning Unit to deliver detailed work planning and effective management of capital work. programmes. Creates a strong safety first environment, ensuring there is a positive safety culture and consistent safety practice across all work sites. Inspire and engage planning teams in the development of best practice conservation work programmes - for us and for partners
Senior leadership experience. Strong understanding of conservation management, experience in system leadership and design
Location: Wellington Category: Operational Planning Position type: Secondment Job reference: DOC/400/9300T1 Attachments: Project Description - Director, Operations Planning, (Temporary or Secondment), Operations Group, Wellington, MIEA.pdf (PDF, 279KB) Job Specification Applicant Information Sheet - Director, Operations Planning, (Temporary or Secondment), Operations Group, Wellington, MIEA.pdf (PDF, 217KB) Job Specification Reporting to the Deputy Director-General, Operations, you will have the opportunity to lead the Operation's Group in the areas of operational planning, biodiversity monitoring, and visitor asset design, inspection and project management. This opporunity is for a 12 month period. The Director Operations Planning has 14 direct reports, and a nationally distributed team of 105 permanent staff. The direct reports are: Three National Advisors and a PA based in Wellington, a Biodiversity Monitoring Manager based in Palmerston North, an Engineering Manager based in Hokitika, eight Regional Planning Managers distributed throughout the country. To be successful in this role you will have a strong understanding of conservation management, experience in system leadership and design, be a ‘people leader' with senior leadership experience who is skilled at inspiring and motivating teams and who is able to shape a culture which values continuous improvement, team process and working in collaboration with others. You will ensure there is a positive safety culture and consistent safety practice across all work sites. Please apply online. Applications must include a cover letter, CV and evidence of the required capabilities as per project description. For more information please contact Tina Phillips email@example.com or phone, 04 471 3065 quoting vacancy title and number (400/9300T) Applications close at 5pm on Monday, 23 October 2017
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