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Senior Animal Welfare Inspector

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Job Listing Date
3 Apr 2018
Location
Waikato, Hamilton
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Farming, Animals & Conservation, Veterinary Services & Animal Welfare

Senior Animal Welfare Inspector

Location: SPCA Waikato Centre, Hamilton

Contract: Full time, permanent position

  • Are you a warranted inspector with over 2 years of experience in the field?
  • Are you an existing or experienced leader or someone looking to take the next step in your career?
  • Can you lead by example both in the office and out in the field in this Waikato based role?

A Senior Animal Welfare Inspector will play an integral part in the development, coaching and mentoring of a proficient team of Animal Welfare Inspectors.

Every day of the year our Inspectorate teams are investigating animal welfare complaints, enforcing the Animal Welfare Act, prosecuting offenders, responding to emergency animal welfare cases and advising people of their obligations in caring for their animals.

The ideal candidate must have the following skills and experience:

  • Be a current, warranted inspector with a minimum of 2 years work experience
  • Demonstrate extensive knowledge of the Animal Welfare Act and have practical experience with animals and their welfare needs
  • Proven leadership skills or qualities
  • Have excellent communication and conflict management skills and the physical abilities to carry out the role effectively
  • Excellent information-gathering skills, the ability to record information accurately and to work independently
  • A flexible approach to the hours of work, be able to work unsupervised and to prioritise effectively, managing complex and varied workloads
  • Will have a full current and clean New Zealand driver's licence

Other desirable qualities include:

  • Mature temperament, confident and able to make sound judgment calls
  • A desire to make a difference to the lives of animals across the Waikato Region
  • Being comfortable working in the community, with people of all ages and socio-economic backgrounds
  • Be a self-motivated team player, who is enthusiastic and passionate about a career as a compliance professional and happy to work with various teams and SPCA centres across the country

If you'd like to use your skills to really make a difference to New Zealand's animals, and you match the above criteria we would love to hear from you!

Please apply via SEEK with your CV and cover letter addressed to Sue Kinsella, Area Manager. Applications close on 3rd May 2018.

A position description is available on request from paula.quigley@spca.org.nz. Please do not directly apply to this email address).

Location: SPCA Waikato Centre, Hamilton

Contract: Full time, permanent position

  • Are you a warranted inspector with over 2 years of experience in the field?
  • Are you an existing or experienced leader or someone looking to take the next step in your career?
  • Can you lead by example both in the office and out in the field in this Waikato based role?

A Senior Animal Welfare Inspector will play an integral part in the development, coaching and mentoring of a proficient team of Animal Welfare Inspectors.

Every day of the year our Inspectorate teams are investigating animal welfare complaints, enforcing the Animal Welfare Act, prosecuting offenders, responding to emergency animal welfare cases and advising people of their obligations in caring for their animals.

The ideal candidate must have the following skills and experience:

  • Be a current, warranted inspector with a minimum of 2 years work experience
  • Demonstrate extensive knowledge of the Animal Welfare Act and have practical experience with animals and their welfare needs
  • Proven leadership skills or qualities
  • Have excellent communication and conflict management skills and the physical abilities to carry out the role effectively
  • Excellent information-gathering skills, the ability to record information accurately and to work independently
  • A flexible approach to the hours of work, be able to work unsupervised and to prioritise effectively, managing complex and varied workloads
  • Will have a full current and clean New Zealand driver's licence

Other desirable qualities include:

  • Mature temperament, confident and able to make sound judgment calls
  • A desire to make a difference to the lives of animals across the Waikato Region
  • Being comfortable working in the community, with people of all ages and socio-economic backgrounds
  • Be a self-motivated team player, who is enthusiastic and passionate about a career as a compliance professional and happy to work with various teams and SPCA centres across the country

If you'd like to use your skills to really make a difference to New Zealand's animals, and you match the above criteria we would love to hear from you!

Please apply via SEEK with your CV and cover letter addressed to Sue Kinsella, Area Manager. Applications close on 3rd May 2018.

A position description is available on request from paula.quigley@spca.org.nz. Please do not directly apply to this email address).

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