Come and live in the region that has been named the world’s second top region to visit by Lonely Planet!
In Taranaki, it is easy to achieve an enviable lifestyle without having to compromise your career path. The region’s amazing mountain, rivers, lakes, fantastic coastline and outstanding surfing and tramping opportunities, masses of parks and gardens, as well as a major events calendar, make it a great place to live and work.
The Taranaki District Health Board is a large organisation (2,050 staff, $365m cost-centre) operating in the exciting, changing Health sector.
In this role of Sustainability Lead, you’ll have organisation-wide responsibility for the full ambit of sustainability functions. This is a newly-created role to establish and lead our first-ever sustainability function. This includes developing and recommending the priorities for the programme of work, project managing the initiatives, process development, reporting and liaising with all stakeholders (executive team, management & employees across the organisation and a variety of external parties). Functional coverage in the role includes carbon emissions, energy, water, procurement, transport, buildings and green spaces.
To be successful in this role, you’ll need proven experience in sustainability at the level of professional advisor, the ability to manage a diversity of relationships, proven project & change management skills and the ability to be successful via influence. A tertiary qualification in Environment Management, Sustainability, Environmental Engineering or similar would be an advantage (but is not essential).
This is a great opportunity to make a difference in sustainability and in so doing, contribute positively to a large New Zealand community organisation’s culture& development. A competitive salary will be offered.
Interested? Please apply as below or preliminary phone enquiries can be made to Martin Price, General Manager People & Capability, on mobile 021 854 342.
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Closing date for applications Sunday 1 September 2019