Group Manager Survey at Land Information New Zealand, Canterbury
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
- Operational & strategic leadership role
- High Integrity Environment
- Build open and honest relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders
Kōrero mō te tūranga - About the role
Reporting to the Head of Property Rights, the Group Manager provides a strategic contribution to the Property Rights business group and plays a key role in providing an operational leadership and management of the Survey function of Property Rights to 10 direct reports across LINZ's three offices (Hamilton, Christchurch and Wellington).
One of our key challenges is ensuring we meet our regulatory timeframes, to keep the property development market moving. We are looking for a senior leader who is experienced with leading operational teams, preferably in a regulatory environment. We would love to hear from you if you have prior experience with process improvement and change management.
What you will do:
- Proactively implement and lead core LINZ-wide initiatives in ways that make them real for our people and provides clarity on the overall direction of Property Rights.
- Drive a high-performing culture across the team manager leadership group.
- Contribute to innovation and continuous improvement that sustainably strengthens Property Rights long-term performance and improve outcomes for our customers
- Contribute to a range of strategic and operational work programmes to ensure alignment with LINZs strategic direction and integration into operational delivery
Please contact Karen Farrell, Head of Property Rights on 03 364-1338 if you would like to know more.
He pūkenga tou - Skills & Experience:
You will have significant operational experience and a positive people leadership style that drives a high performing, customer-centric culture. You will also have:
- A can-do attitude with demonstrated experience of achieving results through effective leadership
- Demonstrated ability to establish credibility and build open and honest relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders
- Courage and the ability to deal with difficult and challenging situations
- Well-developed experience in process improvement, implementing change and managing cross functional relationships
- Highly developed business acumen and analytical capability, including a strong understanding of operating at a strategic level within a public sector environment
- Proven experience dealing in an environment where new technology is being introduced to staff and customers
Ngā mea e tukuna ana e tātau – What we offer our employees
- Interesting work which impacts Aotearoa as we care for whenua, moana and arawai
- Eye & ear care reimbursements
- Annual Flu Vaccinations
- Reduced Health Insurance Premiums
- Diverse groups and networks
- A screen provided for working from home
- A minimum of four weeks and three days annual leave
As an organisation Toitū Te Whenua embraces diversity, encourages work life balance and we have a flexible approach to the way we work which means you will quickly feel connected and valued. Toitū Te Whenua is one of the most engaged organisations in the public sector and people always say what a great place Toitū Te Whenua is to work.
The salary range for this position is $130,786 - $176,946
Te Tākinatanga - Our Story
Land, sea and waterways are taonga that connect us all. Our expertise and information help develop and protect these environments for the benefit of all New Zealanders and our visitors.
At Land Information New Zealand (LINZ), our key role is to ensure New Zealanders have accurate information about where people and places are, that people have confidence in their property rights and that Crown property is well managed for future generations.
From the best way to develop farmland, build a new suburb, manage a high-country farm or navigate on land or at sea, our work and location information help people make better decisions and create economic, social, environmental and cultural value for New Zealand.
Tono mai - How to Apply
To apply, please click “Apply Online.” You'll be taken through to our Toitū Te Whenua Careers Centre where you'll be able to review further information about the responsibilities and accountabilities of this role in the Position Description. You'll be able to complete your online application form and upload a copy of your CV/Cover Letter.
Applications close 24 August 2022 and are open to people who can work from our Christchurch or Hamilton offices.
The goal of the Government is to ensure that all those who can, are vaccinated. To support this, there is an expectation that all employees in the public service should be vaccinated. To meet the needs of the communities and organisations we engage with, our people in high-contact positions may need to be vaccinated. This is not a requirement for this particular position.
Toitū Te Whenua is currently undertaking a change programme, known as Organising Ourselves, which is focused on strengthening our connections, our agility, and the way we engage and work with our customers and partners. Note that we will be making changes to our ways of working and how we think about and describe our roles as part of this programme.
If you have any questions about this role or working at Toitū Te Whenua, please email email@example.com and our Recruitment Team will be in touch with you.
Ngā taipitopito tūranga mahi | Job details
|Employer:||Land Information New Zealand|
|Position type:||Ongoing - Full Time|
|Category:||Science and Environment|
|Attachment:||Group Manager Survey Position Description July 2022.pdf (PDF, 216KB)
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