Careers at NZGBC
The New Zealand Green Building Council (NZGBC) is a highly influential and rapidly growing, national, industry organisation, whose mission is to transform the New Zealand building industry.
We are committed to developing solutions and assistance to help deliver efficient, healthy, innovative buildings for New Zealanders to live, work and play in.
Join us and be part of our commitment to a sustainable future and enjoy the benefits of working in a Green Star rated office environment.
Development Manager - Residential
All New Zealanders deserve to be safe, healthy and happy, wherever they are in our beautiful country – at home, at school, at work. But millions of New Zealanders are not healthy and happy, simply because our buildings are not good enough. Too many homes are damp, and cold. Too many of our tamariki are sick because of where they live.
At the New Zealand Green Building Council, we’re working to make all of our buildings happy, healthy places. For our children. For our whānau. For our environment.
And we’ve got an exciting opportunity for you to join the team.
Our current Development Manager – Residential, will shortly be going on maternity leave. Therefore, there is an exciting opportunity for someone to join the NZGBC team for a minimum 12 month’s fixed term contract either in a full or part-time capacity. This role is to successfully manage and deliver projects relating to NZGBC’s residential rating tools (Homestar® and HomeFit). This includes management from inception to implementation of projects related to process improvement, tool improvement and new tool development.
This is an important role with NZGBC, a not-for-profit industry organisation dedicated to accelerating the development of green building practices in New Zealand. The role will interact with staff, members, and building industry professionals.
To take on this role, you'll need to draw on your professional qualifications and experience within the building industry, your understanding of Homestar and your prior experience within a green building role.
Key responsibilities include:
We encourage you to learn more about the roleand then email your CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications close 14 March with interviews taking place on 21 March.
Join us and be part of our commitment to a sustainable future.