Building Consent Officer Services Jobs Vacancy in Dunedin City Council Dunedin
Dunedin City Council Dunedin urgently required following position for Building Consent Officer Services. Please read this job advertisement carefully before apply. There are some qualifications, experience and skills requirement that the employers require. Does your career history fit these requirements? Ensure you understand the role you are applying for and that it is suited to your skills and qualifications.
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Building Consent Officer Services Jobs Vacancy in Dunedin City Council Dunedin Jobs Details:
Supporting Dunedin's building growth including new dwellings, earthquake strengthening and upgrading commercial buildings, the Building Services team have a vacancy for a Building Consent Officer with a building/construction focus. Balancing customer service and a regulatory function, the Building Consent Officer is primarily responsible for ensuring that building consents are processed and granted in accordance with the Building Act and Regulations. This includes the multi-disciplinary aspects of building/construction.
If you have experience in this field of work and are looking for a new challenge, this is your chance to be part of a motivated, supportive team with exceptional development and ongoing training opportunities while earning a competitive salary.
To be successful in this role, you will ideally have many of the following:
- Previous building control experience or significant building/construction experience and a desire to gain further qualifications;
- A minimum of 5 - 6 years' trade experience, which would ideally include residential and commercial projects;
- Ability to interpret building plans;
- Knowledge of computer systems, particularly in the area of Office Automation and the Microsoft Office range of products;
- Ability to problem solve and adapt to changing customer requirements;
- Effective communication skills, both verbal and written.
The appointee must hold or attain within 3 years of role commencement an appropriate NZQA qualification as per regulation 18 of the Building (Accreditation of Building Consent Authorities) Regulations 2006. Where the Council funds the training of the appropriate qualification, the appointee will be financially bonded for two years post attainment.
If you are ready for an exciting new challenge within Building Consents team, in one of the world's great small cities then we look forward to hearing from you!
Applications Close: 25 Jan 2018