How to Enter
To become a Planner/Scheduler within the Civil Infrastructure industry, most New Zealand employers expect candidates to hold a Bachelor or Master of Planning, a Bachelor or Master of Resource and Environmental Planning or a Master of Environmental Policy.
The typical job responsibilities of a Planner/Schedule can include any of the following:
- Planning buildings, streets, car parks, recreational parks, reserves, facilities and utilities
- Analysing the development of residential, environmental and commercial areas
- Researching and reporting the effects of proposed developments, particularly on the environment
- Collecting and analysing social, environmental and economic data
- Presenting reports to Government, local councils, companies and clients
Planners/Schedulers can progress their careers by moving into more specialist or senior-level roles within the Civil Infrastructure or Planning and Surveying industries, such as specialising in Town, Urban or Recreational Planning, or even Policy Administration.
61K – 103K per annum (NZD)
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