Kapiti Coast District Council are looking for an enthusiastic individual who has what it takes to succeed in a dynamic and challenging role. As a member of the Sewer/ Storm-water team, your primary duties will include repairs of broken sewer, storm water and water mains and clearance of blockages. Other duties include general maintenance activities such as installation of signs, street furniture, storm water chutes or other structures, and assisting other teams with repair and maintenance of playground equipment, emptying of roadside bins or collection of dumped rubbish within the District as required.
To be considered for this role, you must hold the following:
- NZQA recognised National Certificate in Water/Sewer/Stormwater Reticulation systems or be willing to study towards it.
- Current NZ driver's licence (including Heavy Trade licence) without any restrictions
The role requires the successful applicant to be able to:
- Work after hours and standby duty as required
- Undertake and/ or assist with a wide variety of duties
- Be proficient in the use of MapInfo GIS system and applicable Microsoft office programmes
In this role you will be the face of Council to a wide range of our citizens so you will have strong interpersonal skills with a commitment to customer service.
Working for the Kapiti Coast District Council means being part of a caring, dynamic and effective customer-focused team who make a positive difference in the community we serve. If you'd like to be part of the team, contact us now.
Enquiries about this position should be directed to Alan Smith, Sewer/Storm-water Supervisor on 04 296 4679 or free phone 0800 486 486.
The preferred candidate will need to undergo the usual pre-employment checks, including drug and alcohol screening and police vetting, criminal history and credit checks. Please note you must be eligible to work in New Zealand.
Further information about the positions and application documents are published on our website. Click Here for Application.
Applications Close 12 noon Monday 25th February 2019