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Health and Safety Administrator - Water Unit

Part time (20 hours)

Rangiora, New Zealand

Reference: 5676191

  • Administration role working within a busy department
  • Challenging and varied part-time role

The Council is seeking a part-time (20 hours) Health and Safety Administrator to work within the Water Unit based in Rangiora. Reporting to the Business Support Team Leader, you will have a dotted line responsibility to the Safety and Risk Manager.

The Water Unit manages the reticulation network, water, wastewater and stormwater treatment plants, the annual 3 Waters renewal programmes and capital projects for the Waimakariri District Council.

To be successful in this position you will demonstrate the following:

  • A sound understanding of health and safety principles
  • Two years of experience in a relevant health and safety role
  • Strong administrative skills
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Excellent analytical skills
  • A customer-focused attitude

Applicants will be highly motivated team players who are well organised and committed to providing excellent service and quality results.

Only 20 minutes north of Christchurch Waimakariri District offers small town and rural lifestyles with a range of outdoor recreation activities on your doorstep but with the advantages of a big city nearby. Whatever your choice of living environment it is readily available and affordable.

The rewards for this position include a competitive salary package designed to attract the right person to join our team, great working conditions and a supportive and friendly team environment.

For more information on the position contact Joshua McIndoe, Water Unit Manager on 0800 965 468 (0800 WMK GOV).

Applications close 29 October 2021

The Council is an equal opportunity employer.

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Applications Close: 29 Oct 2021