As part of our team you will have the opportunity to make a real difference to our community, working with a diverse range of passionate, supportive and engaging people within a collaborative environment.
Rotorua Lakes Council is an "untapped" jewel, full of potential, just waiting to be realised by people like you.
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What we do
- Rotorua Lakes Council employs around 500 people across a diverse range of areas and occupations and is responsible to the ratepayers and residents of Rotorua for:
- The provision of local infrastructure, including water, sewerage, stormwater and roads.
- Sustainable district well-being.
- Environmental safety and health, district emergency management and civil defence preparedness, building control, public health inspections and other environmental matters.
- Controlling the effects of land use (including hazardous substances, natural hazards and indigenous biodiversity), noise, and the effects of activities on the surface of lakes and rivers.
Build with the best
Dedicated to building strong, resilient and fruitful relationships, like the Te Arawa Partnership.
Rotorua Lakes Councils Te Amorangi is an operational unit designed to build, strengthen and grow our bicultural capability, ensure integrated responsiveness to Maori and excellence of engagement in our Te Arawa Partnership.
Staff benefits include:
Council Controlled Operations (CCO)
In addition to the core services and groups of staff based at recognised Council areas like the Civic Centre, Museum, Library and Aquatic Centre, there are other areas of Council controlled operations.
Living and working here
Abundant in natural resources and stunning scenery, Rotorua is the ideal place for professional singles, couples and families to live.
Driving Rotorua's vibrancy and growth is the Rotorua2030 vision with a focus on:
- Active Environment
- Strong Culture
- Easy Lifestyle
- Diverse Opportunities