Health, Safety & Risk Manager
Reporting to the CFO, the Health & Safety and Risk Manager will be responsible for monitoring and managing strategic risk, ensuring Tāmaki Regeneration Company’s health and safety responsibilities are appropriately discharged, and making sure all IT requirements are appropriately met. The Risk element of this role includes managing the risk framework, facilitating, and embedding risk knowledge, identification & assessment throughout the company. The Information Management component of this job focuses on ensuring the file structure is appropriate and ensures efficient access to information for all stakeholders. Ensuring confidentiality and privacy is adhered to, and managing IT and computer systems to ensure appropriate security measures, hardware and software are in place are other key duties. Health & Safety is critically important to TRC, with this role focusing on managing all H&S obligations, liaising with development partners to manage risk developers may create on TRC, and ensuring all staff are provided with appropriate training to meet their obligations.
This is a very interesting, varied, rewarding role requiring outstanding risk management, compliance, interpersonal, communication, and commercial skills. Candidates must have experience designing and implementing processes to ensure governance and compliance objectives are met. Experience managing IT functionality, reporting and driving delivery of outcomes within a team setting, and the proven ability to leverage relationships to drive results are all essential. Your CV will clearly indicate your previous successes gained while working in other similar positions in New Zealand. You’ll relish the chance to actively contribute to an organisation, and you’ll enjoy imparting your knowledge and acting as a role model for others.
Tāmaki Regeneration is leading urban regeneration activity in Tāmaki to achieve four equally important objectives – social transformation, economic development, placemaking and housing resources. The regeneration of Tāmaki will not only build a “place” for a vibrant and cohesive community, it will create greater opportunities for the children, adults and businesses of Tāmaki. TRC holds an opportunity to influence future projects for the greater benefit of Auckland and New Zealand’s social, economic and spatial regeneration.
If you're interested in the Health, Risk & Compliance Manager role, get in touch with our friends at Red Recruitment. Contact Clare Turner via email email@example.com or phone 09 623 5521 (ddi).
Planned Maintenance Programme Manager
Reporting to the Asset Manager, the Planned Maintenance Programme Manager will be responsible for leading and participating in the Building Envelope, Healthy Homes and Internal Redecoration projects across Tāmaki Regeneration Company's 1200 homes, ensuring efficient delivery to achieve legislative requirements and desired outcomes are met. This role works across organizational boundaries to ensure the effective delivery of projects, it provides direction and guidance on the development and delivery of the Quality Housing program and it ensures the project deliverables are strategically aligned with the overarching TRC work programme. Additionally, the Planned Maintenance Programme Manager will contribute to the development of policy, research and related strategic documentation in asset management, and bring together relevant stakeholders including those with a variety of views to collaborate in the achievement of outcomes. Publishing and presenting key findings to all key partners within the asset management context forms another important aspect of this role.
To secure this role you must be experienced in delivering multiple projects as part of a larger work programme, and have previously worked in asset management; in particular residential accommodation. You must have experience in and gained success working in and/or leading teams to drive better social and economic outcomes for communities. Experience in focused asset management, planned maintenance programme and outcome reporting is essential, as is high quality communication and influencing skills and the ability to work in high trust - high pace team environments. A high degree of cultural competency in relation to Maori and/ or Pacific communities is preferred.
This position is being offered as a fixed term contract for a period of two years. The Planned Maintenance Programme Coordinator will report directly to this role.
Tāmaki Regeneration Company is leading urban regeneration activity in Tāmaki to achieve four equally important objectives – social transformation, economic development, placemaking and housing resources. The regeneration of Tāmaki will not only build a “place” for a vibrant and cohesive community, it will create greater opportunities for the children, adults and businesses of Tāmaki. TRC holds an opportunity to influence future projects for the greater benefit of Auckland and New Zealand’s social, economic and spatial regeneration.
If you're interested in the Planned Maintenance Programme Manager role, get in touch with our friends at Red Recruitment. Contact Clare Turner via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 09 623 5521 (ddi).
As a Tenancy Manager for Tāmaki Housing Association, you will provide effective tenancy management services to your neighbourhood. You will proactively engage with tenants ensuring tenancy and maintenance requests are appropriately resolved, the debtor lists are reviewed regularly, and corrective action is taken with the tenants and antisocial behaviour complaints against the tenants are addressed. It is also your job to ensure the voice of your tenants are heard and they feel supported.
In this role you will be responsible for ensuring all current and prospective tenants receive responsive, appropriate, respectful and quality customer service. You will also provide advice and guidance on complex matters regarding tenancy management, legislation, policy and practice.
The right candidate will have demonstrated their energy, credibility and relationship building skills in a customer-facing service delivery environment that has embarked on a journey of change. You have the ability to calmly influence and engage with internal and external stakeholders. As a natural problem solver with a passion for social and cultural initiatives, you have developed robust systems and process discipline and have a good understanding of what it means to deliver good service.
Tāmaki Housing is a world class community housing provider managing 2800 tenancies in the Tāmaki area. We operate as part of the wider Tāmaki Regeneration programme, which is delivering social and economic regeneration of Tāmaki, alongside the community and partners across the public and private sectors.
To apply for this position please touch base with our friends at H2R Recruitment. Contact Islay McLeod on 09 368 7300, or visit our Hot Jobs at www.h2r.co.nz and refer to reference number 25299. All applications will be acknowledged by email.