Strategic Policy Planner
Would you would like to enhance your career in a positive friendly environment and know that you are making a real difference in the community, working for Local Government to deliver the essential services that make New Zealand a great place to live?
If you have a flair for strategic and corporate planning backed up by a relevant tertiary degree then this could be the opportunity you are looking for.
As the Strategic Policy Planner you will be involved in the strategic and corporate planning functions so that Council plans a sustainable future in partnership with the Hauraki Community.
You will advise on internal and external planning issues and be instrumental in the production of key policy approaches and documents for the Council.
A working knowledge of the Local Government Act and the ability to interpret legislation and apply it to processes and procedures will need to be one of your strengths. Excellent communication and the ability to form technically sound opinions and conclusions will be essential skills.
For further details or to apply electronically please visit our website www.hauraki-dc.govt.nz, or contact Sue Greenville on 07 862 5024, or Julie Sweeney on 07 862 5023
Applications close on 20 March 2015
“At Hauraki District Council It’s More than Just a Job!"
From 16 February 2015
Notice to all residents of the Hauraki District
River levels remain low, making it necessary to restrict the use of water, in accordance with Council’s Water Supply Management Plan relating to its consents to take water from rivers and streams.
For Waihi, Waikino, Mackaytown and Karangahake until further notice a ban is placed on the use of lawn and garden sprinklers. Only hand held hoses may be used until the situation improves.
If you see water leaks or excessive usage or wastage of water in your area, please report this to Council.
Information regarding ways residents can conserve water can be found on the Hauraki District Council website at www.hauraki-dc.govt.nz.
It may be necessary to increase the level of restriction if the dry weather period is extended. Your cooperation and efforts to conserve water now contribute to ensuring that water is available for essential and emergency needs.
For further inquiries please phone (07) 862 8609 or 0800 734 834 (from within the Hauraki District, no cell phones).
Hauraki District Council
Ministry of Health Notice
Some plumbing fittings have the potential to allow minute traces of metals to accumulate in water standing in the fittings for several hours.
Although the health risk is small, the Ministry of Health recommends that you flush a mugful of water from your drinking water tap each morning before use to remove any metals that may have dissolved from the plumbing fittings.
We are recommending this simple precaution for all households, including those on public and private water supplies.
Hauraki District Council