Three (3) Animal Management Officers Needed
- 3 x Permanent, full time roles based in Whangarei
- Public safety and collaborative focused
- Highly rewarding
He angitūtanga: The opportunity
You will work within the Dog Control Act 1996 and Council policies and procedures to respond to public complaints about dog and stock control; customer requests for services including managing aggressive and/or barking dogs, dog attacks, wandering dogs, stock issues; and providing requirements for proactive patrolling and assistance with prosecutions.
You’ll work in the community, often flying solo, tackling tasks with the support of a large team. You will also assist in prosecutions and intelligence lead proactive patrols.
He kōrero mōu: About you
We need a conscientious person, like you, to ensure public safety and compliance. The key to your success is a prompt response to calls for assistance and providing great service.
This role suits individuals with public facing compliance background, who demonstrate strong customer service and conflict management skills, a calm approach to resolving situations and dealing with aggressive dogs and other animals.
Good overall fitness level, drug free and a current, full clean NZ Drivers Lisence is required.
Ngā āhuatanga kei a mātou: What we offer
You will help us make dogs a positive part of life in the Whangarei District. We work across Whangarei’s diverse communities to minimise harm and nuisance from dogs and other animals, and provide essential services such as dog registration and raising public awareness of responsible dog ownership.
If you are passionate about working in communities to drive safety and positive behaviours, please apply today by sending your CV to email@example.com
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