Incite is a specialist resource management planning consultancy with offices in Auckland, Wellington, Dunedin and Christchurch.

We have an established client base across a broad range of sectors, including large and nationwide infrastructure providers, private sector developers as well as local and central government agencies.  Working collaboratively with clients and other professionals, we pride ourselves on being experts in our field and providing exceptional service.

Wellington – Senior/Intermediate Planner

Our Wellington office is looking for a senior or intermediate level resource management planner to join our team.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • a tertiary planning qualification, preferably at Masters level
  • Planning Institute Membership or working towards it
  • excellent plain-English writing
  • effective communication and social skills
  • an ability to self-manage
  • a “can-do” attitude and sense of humour

For the right candidate we can offer:

  • a broad range of project and policy planning work
  • career development
  • mentoring and opportunities to develop your professional skills
  • a generous salary
  • a friendly and focussed work environment

For enquiries either phone or e-mail Lindsay Daysh (027 502 0779) or send your application and CV direct.  All applications will be strictly confidential.

Christchurch – Senior Planner (Consents)

Our Christchurch office, based in Kaiapoi, has a fantastic opportunity for an experienced consents planner looking to take the next step in their career path. We are looking for someone who is able to hit the ground running, working alongside our existing senior consents planner in managing the consenting requirements of, and relationships with, our existing clients. Over time, we see the role expanding into the establishment of your own client base and growing a team that you will lead.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • a planning or law qualification, preferably at a masters level
  • a minimum of 6 years planning experience, preferably including some consultancy experience
  • experience at managing client relationships
  • the desire to take on a leadership role in preparing consent applications
  • excellent plain-English writing and editing ability
  • good interpersonal skills
  • an ability to self-manage
  • a “can-do” attitude and sense of humour

For the right candidate we can offer:

We offer:

  • flexibility and a good work-life balance
  • a variety of consenting work
  • career development with active mentoring and professional support
  • a generous salary
  • a friendly, flexible and focused work environment

Please email or call Leanne Whittington for a copy of the application form or any other information ( or 027 284 8239).  All discussions will be strictly confidential. Applications close 24th February.