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Central Hawke's Bay District Council is focused on working in partnership with their community to ensure that Central Hawke's Bay is a thriving district, with efficient and appropriate infrastructure, services and regulatory functions.  To enable this, we are instilling a culture of innovation and continuous improvement to add real value to our communities.

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Group Manager - Community Infrastructure and Development 

A new role of Group Manager – Infrastructure and Development has been introduced into the structure to lead the innovation, integration of services and the collaboration that CHBDC is working to deliver to their community.   This GM role will provide strategic and some operational leadership across a significantly broadened and diverse range of services including, consents, land transport, utilities and 3 waters.  

Group Manager - Customer and Community Partnerships  

A new role of Group Manager – Customer and Community Partnerships has been introduced into the structure to lead the innovation, integration of services, customer focus and the collaboration that CHBDC is working to deliver to their community.   This GM role will provide strategic and some operational leadership across a broad and diverse portfolio of services including community, customer services, regulatory, as well as parks and reserves - with a core focus on enhancing community partnerships and customer experience.

People and Capability Manager  

A new role of People & Capability Manager has been introduced into the structure that will support managers in developing the innovation, integration of services and collaboration that CHBDC is working to deliver to their community.   This role will specifically support managers in leading effective people and capability strategies within their teams and will focus on transforming current human resources and health and safety practices.

Customer Experience Lead 

As part of this renewed focus, the new role of Customer Experience Lead has been introduced into the structure to lead the innovation, customer experience improvements and collaboration that CHBDC is working to deliver to their community.      The role will operationally lead and coordinate the Customer Experience Team, including regulatory compliance services, and ensure excellence in customer/client relationship management is provided to the community.

Organisational Transformation Lead  

As part of this renewed focus, the new role of Organisational Transformation Lead has been introduced into the structure that will support managers in developing the innovation, integration of services, customer focus and collaboration that CHBDC is working to deliver to their community.   With increased focus on transforming internal process and creating efficiencies this new role will work across Council, and with the Executive Leadership Team, to identify and project lead key transformation projects.   This role will support the CE in identifying opportunities for transformation and work with Group Managers (GMs) to manage this effectively through key project management principles

Customer and Consent Lead 

As part of this renewed focus, the new role of Customer and Consent Lead has been introduced into the structure that will reflect the innovation, integration of services and collaboration that CHBDC is working to deliver to their community.     The role will provide a customer and community-centered service, ensure compliance with building legislative requirements are met and manage quality assurance system policies and procedures across the Building Consent Authority and Consent Planning.

 

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