- Regulatory compliance
- Data visualisation reporting
- Based in Petone, Lower Hutt
The purpose of the position of Analyst, Network Compliance is to monitor and provide compliance reporting of the delivery of network services, in particular the performance of three waters services against environmental health and all water services legislation and regulations.
You will analyse three waters data to ensure that the Resource Management Act, Water Services Act, Building Act and other consent compliance and certification requirements are met. You will contribute to the development and maintenance of an efficient and reliable performance and compliance reporting framework. You will identify the data requirement for the new drinking water regulations, designing and delivering data visualisation reports.
You hold a relevant qualification in science, statistics, engineering or a related field. You are a proactive character that has experience working in a regulated process environment such as utilities, manufacturing or similar. You can also show:
- Experience in using tools such as Power BI, Python, Tableau and R script
- Demonstrated ability to identify, collect, organise and analyse data to provide information and enable decision-making
- Demonstrated ability to clearly and concisely convey information and ideas in both oral and written communication
- Skills and experience in data analysis and validation, with the ability to draw insights and tell a story from data
- Experience in continuous improvement of systems and processes
- Knowledge and understanding of planning and performance frameworks and methodologies
- Strong knowledge of the legislative and regulatory compliance environment
About our team
The Network Performance team is responsible for regulatory compliance across three waters and performance monitoring. We respond to incidents, such as drinking water contamination, wastewater overflows and consent breaches. We assist with producing performance and compliance data/reports to stakeholders. We also provide community infrastructure resilience planning.
Wellington Water knows that a great values-driven culture like ours means we can be a trusted advisor to the region’s Councils and deliver great outcomes for our customers. Wellington Water plans and delivers drinking water, wastewater and storm water services from source to sea in partnership with the community, engineering consultants and contractors.
People work at Wellington Water because they want to make a difference. That means you will be helping to look after our most precious assets: water, human health and welfare, and the environment so our communities can prosper.
Why join us
It is an exciting time to be working in the water sector, not only are you at the forefront of looking after our most precious assets: water, human health and welfare and the environment, but proposed changes for the sector is increasing awareness around the importance of managing the three waters and creating new opportunities. Your personal and professional growth will be encouraged, and you will work alongside likeminded people who are passionate about their work and have a strong sense of purpose. If this sounds like you, then we would love to hear from you!
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Applications close: 10th June 2022
How to apply
To apply for the role, click on the ”apply” button or visit the Wellington Water Careers site
To apply for this role you must hold the right to work in New Zealand, or be eligible to obtain it – click here to find out more about work visa eligibility and options
For further information, email: JoinUs@wellingtonwater.co.nz
We support being fully vaccinated. Applicants will be required to undergo drug and alcohol testing prior to commencing employment with Wellington Water. You must also be legally entitled to work long-term in New Zealand.