Building Support Officer


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Want a job where you can add value every day? The Tasman region is thriving and we require an experienced administrator to complement our busy Building Support Team.

The role will be responsible for providing a high level of administrative support, ensuring building consents, amendments, PIMS and CCC applications are received, non-technically vetted and processed in a timely manner. Other tasks will include invoicing and issuing of granted building consents and providing quality customer service support to internal and external customers.

In conjunction with the Team Leader, you will also assist to monitor, allocate or complete service requests, and ensure building assurance statistics and systems are accurate, comprehensive and up to date.

We need someone who can think on their feet, has excellent digital literacy skills, including a good working knowledge of databases. You may have a background in the building, construction or trade industries and possess a good grasp of building codes and regulations, quality assurance, computer-aided records management and/or legislative compliance. What's really important to us is your high degree of aptitude and ability to collaborate effectively as part of a team.

Applications Close: 30 Apr 2020

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  • Why Tasman?

    Climate and lifestyle are two of the major factors for people choosing to live and work in the Tasman District. Building great communities through employing great people. Will you be one of them?

  • What's in it for you?

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