Northern Regional Manager
Full time – Auckland Region
Reporting to the Managing Director, the Northern Regional Manager forms an integral part of the Bark management team. You will manage our business operations in the Auckland region by leading and inspiring the team to consistently achieve our goal: ‘awesome property standards, happy clients and team’. You will cultivate seamless business relationships with our existing clients, and their clients, and identify new opportunities to enhance Bark’s reputation and potential in the market place. In conjunction with your regional responsibilities, you will be actively involved in, and contributing to, the efficient and innovative management of the company as a whole.
- A people person, with high emotional intelligence; a confident and respectful leader with the ability to quickly gain and retain trust and respect both inside and outside the business
- Excellent relationship management skills with a considered, professional manner
- Exceptional small to medium business management skills; an all-rounder adept at covering the spectrum of tasks undertaken in small to medium sized business
- A self-starter who is able to get things done in a timely manner
- A continuous improvement mindset
- Willing and able to ask the right questions in order to get the honest answers so that they can respectfully challenge our operations, property standards and, if required, our people and clients
- Ability and passion to identify and develop opportunities enabling Bark to grow and develop, both in scale and as a respected, professional organisation
- Ability to identify and secure time with the decision makers within potential client organisations
- Bark will assist with up-skilling and training. The manager is expected to take the lead and contribute time, both within the usual working hours and outside if required, for professional development.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
- Trade industry experience in a management role is essential
- Demonstrate a history of providing inspiring leadership and direction, employing rounded business and general management skills
- Knowledge and experience of HR practices
- Proficient computer skills: Word, Excel and Xero as minimum
- Sound financial understanding and acumen
- Horticultural knowledge or qualifications highly regarded
In return for your hard work Bark offers a competitive salary plus car, health insurance, the ability to set your own schedule and opportunities to up-skill as well as a host of ever-changing benefits which currently include annual mole maps and flu injections and a day off for your birthday.