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Dispute Resolution Services Limited (DRSL) is a specialist dispute resolution company with proven systems and experience.
It provides complaint resolution services (including mediation, facilitation, and adjudication) to resolve disputes between organisations and the people with whom they come into contact.
Established in 1999 to provide independent dispute resolution services for the ACC, it became an independent Crown entity company in June 2011. This was a significant move for DRSL, marking the end of its twelve year history as a subsidiary of the ACC, and the beginning of a new phase in the company’s progress. DRSL resolved more than 11,000 complaints nationwide last year, and there are significant opportunities for further growth. With offices in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch, the company has a staff of approximately 120 highly qualified professionals and client focused advisors/administrators.
Reporting to the Board and based in Wellington, the Chief Executive will be responsible for bringing strong and innovative leadership to the organisation. Also critical will be the provision of high quality strategic advice and ensuring DRSL delivers on its goals at a challenging and exciting time. The appointee will be working in a change environment and will need to demonstrate adaptability, resilience, be politically astute, and able to successfully leverage opportunities for new business.
Experience and capabilities sought include:
Recognised general management experience with a track record in enhancing the performance of professional services and customer orientated businesses;
Demonstrated people leadership skills, including providing vision and direction, building high performance and developing people capability;
Proven track record in business development supported by astute and highly effective negotiation skills;
Developing and sustaining strategic relationships across a range of commercial and government clients and stakeholders;
An awareness and confidence in leading and operating in the New Zealand political environment.
Expressions of interest and applications should be directed to Grant Pryde or Helen Steven at Executive Appointments by 5pm Wednesday, 18 July 2012
. Email firstname.lastname@example.org Tel +64 4 499 8230.
29 Jun 2012
Wellington Wellington Central
CEO & General Management CEO