Auckland Council has asked Engineering New Zealand to nominate professional engineers with significant experience in the design or operation of stormwater networks for an exciting opportunity with the Healthy Waters department of Auckland Council.
Auckland Council Healthy Waters’ holds a region wide network discharge consent for stormwater discharges (NDC). The NDC is a key tool in managing and integrating land uses, stormwater discharges and the region’s natural water assets to reduce impacts from climate change and flooding and allow multiple community and environmental outcomes to be realised. As part of implementing the consent Auckland Council Healthy Waters is establishing an independent Technical Reference Group (TRG). The purpose of the TRG is to provide independent engineering, planning, ecological and cultural advice to support the implementation of the Auckland NDC. This independent advisory role is important for transparency and accountability in the implementation of this major resource consentand to help ensure best practice stormwater management is being adopted.
To ensure the independence of the appointments, Auckland Council has asked Engineering New Zealand to nominate professional engineers for appointment to the TRG.
To apply to be a member of the TRG, please send your CV and completed expressions of interest form to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Stormwater Engineer NDC Technical Reference Group” by no later than 5pm on Friday 21 February 2020.
Engineering New Zealand will be reviewing all applications and will make nominations to Healthy Waters for appointments into the TRG. Successful applicant’s will be contracted to Auckland Council for the duration of their time on the Technical Reference Group. For any queries, please contact email@example.com.
Further information on the NDC, including a link to the Environment Court consent order, can be found at www.aucklanddesignmanual.co.nz/ndc.