Project Coordinator - Waikato Regional Council - Hamilton
Waikato Regional Council are moving their Hamilton office to new premises in the Hamilton CBD in July 2020. This is both a physical move, and the opportunity to move to agile working. They are looking for a talented Project Coordinator to provide the full range of support activities for this project.
To be successful for this role, you will have a positive 'can do' attitude, demonstrate initiative and have the confidence to positively interact with people across the organisation.
You will be an agile learner, who is equipped with advanced computing skills and successfully looks for improvements in the way work is done.
This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in a significant project, exposing you to change management, project governance and project management.
Opportunities in this sphere don't come along that often. This role covers construction, fit-out, behavioural change and new operating models. There is a great opportunity to pick up skills and knowledge and be part of a team who are passionate and have fun.
This is a full time, fixed term role through to September 2020.
Applications close 10th February 2019.
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Project Manager - GIQ (24 month fixed-term) - Callaghan Innovation - Wellington
The Company and the Gracefield Innovation Quarter
Callaghan Innovation is New Zealand's innovation agency. Their goal is to connect businesses to the networks, capability and funding they need to make their ideas happen.
The GIQ Planning team is working towards transforming GIQ into a national hub for innovation where businesses and innovation organisations can come together to drive New Zealand’s economic development. They want to create an environment for the GIQ Community to do their best work, where it’s easy for their customers to engage with them and to access the R&D support they need to grow.
Reporting to the GIQ Delivery Lead, the GIQ Project Manager will collaborate with key stakeholders to deliver construction projects in accordance with the internal project delivery framework.
This client-side project management role requires a proactive individual with exceptional written and verbal communication skills to engage effectively with a diverse range of stakeholders from senior management to the supply chain.
This is a unique opportunity to use your skills and experience and help New Zealand shaping the future of R&D. If you are looking for the opportunity to make a difference in an incredibly stimulating role, please visit the below link to find more about the role and apply
Applications close 15th February 2019.
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EPMO Director - Ministry of Health - Wellington
Are you getting excited yet? This could be a great move for you if you're already either working at a senior level in an EPMO team, or leading one. While your experience doesn't necessarily have to be in the health sector, it would be an advantage if you have knowledge of public sector processes and experience in programmes of change or sector transformation.
Your practical experience is what will ensure your success here. You'll have huge-scale, big-budget programmes to implement, and it's up to you to enable your team to make them work. So you'll need to be adaptable and flexible, knowing when to change tack to fit the objective. As well as being digitally savvy and keen to take new approaches, you'll have a good understanding of change management relating to programmes and portfolios and a high level of financial literacy.
So are you ready to make your mark? Step into a role that's still in the establishment phase and very quickly enjoy satisfying wins. Not only that, but you'll spend each day delivering programmes that have a positive effect on the health of all New Zealanders. What more could you ask for?
Applications close 4th February 2019.
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