Selwyn District Council
Performance, Monitoring and Reporting Lead
The role of Performance, Monitoring and Reporting Lead is a newly established permanent 40-hour-per-week role that monitors, responds to and reports on performance across the Arts, Culture and Lifelong Learning (ACLL) team. Our Performance, Monitoring and Reporting Lead has a team of Library/Service Centre Site Coordinators and Community Library Service Centre Assistants who deliver services through a districtwide network of Libraries/Service Centres; the Edge Connector outreach Service; and via Selwyn Libraries website and mobile app.
Information focused and varied this role is a great mix of leadership, reporting, data analysis and future planning. You will work closely with your team to understand and manage staffing requirements across all ACLL sites, having input into staff learning and development including the budget management associated with this.
You'll report and make recommendations on performance, usage, customer experience and revenue to ensure services, programmes and resources remain relevant and accessible to our users. Taking the lead on Health and Safety, Knowledgebase and Promapp for the ACLL Team you'll enjoy working with systems and details whilst remaining pragmatic about day to day operations.
The Community Services & Facilities Group is externally facing group of Selwyn District Council that facilitates and delivers community opportunities, experiences, services, and programmes to build the capacity, connection, and overall well-being of the community. This is achieved through services and programmes including aquatics, arts, culture and lifelong learning, community and economic development activities, community centres and halls, events, funding, libraries/service centres, and sports and fitness activities.
Selwyn is the fastest-growing district in New Zealand. We have a fantastic quality of life, great communities, and a thriving economy. Our Council works actively with residents to provide the services and facilities that help our communities to thrive and grow. An enviable family lifestyle, outstanding local facilities and an easy drive to the ski fields, rivers and hills that make up Canterbury's stunning landscape.
Our ideal candidate must have worked in the GLAM sector (gallery, library, museum or archives) and be experienced in developing and implementing policies and procedures. Ideally you will have reporting and budget management experience and be ready to build on this as you take the next step in your career. A positive and collaborative team member you are someone who takes pride in the detail and is comfortable working with a variety of systems - creating reports tailored to your audience.
What we can offer
For several years Selwyn has been experiencing rapid and sustained economic and population growth. With this growth comes a vibrant community, fantastic facilities and exciting career opportunities!
Our main offices are based in the growing town of Rolleston, centrally located within the district and an easy commute from Christchurch. There's ample parking nearby, flexible working options and a great range of benefits for permanent staff including:
Great work-life balance with the flexibility to work in with your commitments
- Life insurance
- Wellbeing and volunteer leave
- Free parking
- Three days paid leave between Christmas and New Year
- Discounts with local and national businesses
- Career coaching and development
Our values are important to all of us and represent the way we work: · Be a good human · Be brave - Think differently · Better together.
Selwyn District Council honours Te Tiriti o Waitangi. We are committed to working with our Treaty partner to deliver on our obligations under Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
If you are driven to join a fun and ambitious team and do an exceptional job which contributes meaningfully to the lives of people in Selwyn, we'd love to hear from you.
We value the safety of our young people and therefore appointments for this role are subject to a satisfactory safety check including a police vetting process.
Applications close 20 March 2023