Building Compliance Officer / Kaiārahi Tautukunga Hanga Whare


All about the job

It is an exciting time of growth for Porirua City and our Building Compliance Officers are key to ensuring we can provide excellent customer service to the building industry. We are seeking a building compliance officer to join our hardworking team. You will be responsible for: 

  • Assisting with the core processes of the building compliance centre

  • Plan checking to ensure building work is constructed in accordance with New Zealand Building Code Clauses and New Zealand Building Act 2004

  • Carrying out processing for all types of residential work and possibly on Commercial work up to C2 in complexity

All about you

You’ll need to show us that you: 

  • have worked as a building compliance officer previously

  • a high level of knowledge and understanding of the Building Legislation Framework

  • have high attention to detail and excellent general administration skills

  • ability to describe in detail the performance and functional requirements of specific clauses of the New Zealand Building Code

  • have a New Zealand driver’s licence (preferable but not essential)  

Preferably you will hold a competency as assessed against the National Competency System and have worked in a Building Consent Authority.

All about Porirua City

Our city is changing and we need skilled people to help make that happen. Working for Porirua City is an opportunity for you to make a real difference in the community. You’ll be welcomed into a team that’s collaborative, values input and empowers you to make things happen. To top it off, the harbour and natural environment are on your doorstep making it a great place to work. 

Come and join our Building Compliance team and be part of our welcoming and engaging environment. Please contact Kelvin Newman on 237 3581 for more information. Applications need to be received via our Careers Portal by Monday 21 January 2019.

Permanent Full Time

Job no: LYAJ84463

Location: Porirua

Closing Date: Monday, 21 January 2019