In this key role you'll be responsible for the delivery of recommendations and provide direction around the continuity of operational policies, standard operational procedures and guidelines:
Key opportunity to assist us in moving towards principal base procedures
Wellington CBD or Auckland location
Permanent Role with NZ's most trusted public sector agency.
Fire and Emergency New Zealand is a Crown Entity established on 1 July 2017. Our vision is to build stronger communities and protect what matters most to the people within them. Our unified organisation provides a fire and emergency service that delivers for communities, and the firefighters who serve them, now and in the future.
As the most trusted public sector agency we are working to embed our new values.
We Do the Right Thing - Kia Tika
We Serve and Support - Manaakitanga
We Are Better Together - Whanaungatanga
We Strive to Improve - Auahatanga
About the role
The Operational Capability Team is responsible for developing national operational policies and procedures to guide our service delivery ensuring that operational and specialist staff have the appropriate tools, equipment and support necessary to perform at the highest levels.
You'll deliver recommendation and guidance specifically around the continuity of operational policies, standard operational procedures and guidelines. Developing simple and sensible ways that help us move towards principle-based procedures and being less prescriptive, by creating easy to follow guidelines and policies that the regions can interpret and utilise in order to preserve our readiness and capability.
To succeed in this role, you will understand contemporary requirements relating to less prescriptive procedures and can translate operational requirements into technical documentation
You'll bring the following:
A related tertiary qualification or significant experience in a similar role
Fire and Emergency New Zealand or similar fire service operational experience
An understanding of public sector standards
The ability to develop and maintain strong working relationships both within a national and regional team environment
Why work with us
Benefits for this permanent role include matched KiwiSaver employer contributions of up to 6%, life and income protection insurance, and extremely generous sick leave provisions through our Wellness policy. The remuneration banding for this role is $100 to $112,000 per annum.
How to apply
If this sounds like you, please visit our website to find out more information about this role and how to apply.
Applications close Sunday, 16 February 2020.