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General Manager Infrastructure
Tauranga is New Zealand’s fifth largest city, and one of the fastest growing in the country.
Oﬀering locals a great lifestyle living by the beach, as well as the entertainment, dining and shopping opportunities you expect to see in a cosmopolitan city, it’s easy to see why people from all around the world want to call Tauranga home.
Tauranga City Council serves more than 135,000 residents. We’re expecting that to grow to 187,000 residents by 2050. That’s a lot more people needing us to deliver a high standard of infrastructure, services and investment.
Our rapid growth brings many challenges. We need a fresh approach to our business to meet the challenges head-on, and create the city our community deserves.
Join our leadership team, and play your part in shaping the future of our city.
We’re looking for outstanding people to come and work for our community, delivering the services they need now, and developing a better future. Working here will challenge your thinking and test your resilience. You need to be politically astute and ready to make the hard calls. Most of all, you need to be able to work with your colleagues as a united team, to drive the change Tauranga needs.
Proven leadership and experience in a dynamic, multi-faceted public or private sector environment, working with staﬀ, politicians and community is essential for success in any of these roles.
Are you up for it?
Reporting to the Chief Executive, this position leads the eﬀective delivery of council’s roading, three waters and waste management functions. With six direct reports the role is also responsible for the delivery of complex infrastructure capital projects and asset management plans, and ensures infrastructure services meet the required public health and statutory requirements.
Preferred candidates for this role will bring extensive experience in delivering large scale and complex infrastructure projects. They will also have a history of forging and maintaining strong relationships with the community. The proven ability to lead from the front, listen and liaise in a community-centric environment will be essential.
To apply in strict confidence now, email your cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting 734888lgj. Applications close on 18 February 2019. Emails will be electronically acknowledged and further correspondence may be by email.
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For more information please phone Raewyn Brown on 021 917 203 or Ian Taylor on 09 367 1501.
Permanent Full Time
Job no: 734888
Closing Date: Monday, 18 February 2019