Environmental Systems and Data Analyst
Regulatory Department - Environmental Science & Monitoring - Environmental Monitoring
5.00 pm 23 October 2018
Full time - Permanent
Marlborough District Council is investing in Marlborough’s future by striving to provide the people of Marlborough with a great quality of life and a healthy natural environment.
Do you want to become part of a committed team that has great values? Do you have an interest in the natural environment and, more especially, a strong interest in hydrology and environmental monitoring? Then Marlborough District Council has an exciting new role that will interest you.
As the Environmental Systems and Data Analyst you will play a vital role in monitoring data systems to make data digitally available in accordance with the National Environmental Monitoring Standards.
You will be responsible for the coordination, development, and continuous improvement of environmental policy, data standards and procedures. You will also be responsible for the design and implementation of data quality procedures and techniques for environmental data.
For this role you will require:
- A tertiary qualification in information management, resource management, relevant science discipline, or relevant experience.
- A high degree of computer literacy including programming, configuration, and management of software and databases.
- Considerable relevant experience in monitoring systems, information systems, information communication and quality assurance systems
- A high level of project management experience
- Sound knowledge of environmental issues in the region.
- Hydrotel Telemetry Software
- Hilltop Time Series Management Software
- LAWA Website.
Advanced knowledge of the following tools will be preferred:
You will also be a strong team player with excellent time management skills. You will have strong fault finding and problem-solving skills.
Applications close at 5.00 pm on 23 October 2018.
Applications should be made online via the careers section of Marlborough District Council’s website where you will find full information on the vacancy and how to apply.
For further information you are welcome to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Envco is an Environmental equipment supplier that prides itself on the service it provides customers. A unique opportunity has arisen for a Technical Specialist to join the team. Your role will include a variety of work in many environments. The position will be based in Auckland.
Your duties will include:
Assisting customers with equipment selection.
Setting up equipment in the field and ongoing service work.
Provide training to customers.
Developing the sales network.
Health and Safety documentation and advice.
Attributes we are looking for:
Exceptional relationship building and communication skills.
Experience within the industry.
Project management skills and experience.
Field work experience with environmental monitoring equipment.
Relevant tertiary environmental/water resource/chemistry qualification.
Current NZ drivers licence.
The role is required to work flexibly to meet the requirements of customers. This can include travel and at times a willingness to undertake work outside of formal duties.
Envco can offer a great remuneration package to the correct person.
For more information on the role phone us on 0800 623 336 ext. 1 or email email@example.com
To apply send a CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Environmental Scientist
Job Title: Manager Environmental Data
Palmerston North leadership role
Progressive and innovative organisation
Live, work and play in the Manawatū!
Horizons Regional Council has one of the largest environmental monitoring networks in the country – and we need a new manager to lead it. Our area stretches from Ruapehu in the north to Horowhenua in the south and from Whanganui across to the Tararua, encompassing a range of very large river catchments including the Manawatū, Rangitikei and Whanganui Rivers. At Horizons we’re committed to being a good employer and offering challenging, but satisfying roles such as this.
As Manager of the Environmental Data team at Horizons, you'll lead a team of twenty specialists in the collection and management of data relating to our natural resources, hydrological services and survey. The data collected from around 180 locations in the Horizons' region informs a range of internal and external customers and feeds into the strategic priorities of the organisation.
In addition, your team provide timely and accurate hydrological advice and have a lead role in synchronising and implementing the delivery of a resilient, 24/7, future-proofed environmental monitoring network that is consistent with organisational requirements. In addition to providing environmental data by contract to a range of external stakeholders, the team also contribute to National projects in their work area.
As the Manager of this key team you'll need to demonstrate:
- Sound leadership and management skills;
- An ability to contribute at a strategic level;
- Proven understanding of asset management and quality management systems;
- Excellent relationship management skills, and
- contemporary Health and Safety Management experience.
This is a rare opportunity to lead a successful and passionate group of people who consistently deliver high quality services to their wide ranging audience.
The appropriate level of experience and a relevant tertiary qualification are required.
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Applications close at 5pm on Sunday, 28 October 2018.
If you are interested in the position please CLICK HERE. All applications will be acknowledged electronically.
For further information contact Michele Walls on (04) 931 9448 quoting job number 18731.
Only people with the right to work in New Zealand may apply for this position. For advice on obtaining a New Zealand work or residence visa visit www.immigration.govt.nz