Tamsin Evans
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Tamsin Evans

Ministry for Culture and Heritage / Manatū Taonga

Deputy chief executive, delivery group

  • Appointed August 2018.
  • Chief operating officer at Porirua City Council from March 2016 until June 2018.
  • Previously at Kapiti District Council as group manager community services and deputy chief executive, involved in infrastructure projects.
  • Earlier worked for Capacity (now known as Wellington Water) and for Wellington City Council in infrastructure and customer service.

Career

Wellington City Council
Executive Officer, Corporate Services
Jan 2002 - Dec 2004
Capacity Infrastructure Services
Corporate Services Manager
May 2004 - Jun 2005
Kapiti Coast District Council
Group Manager Community Services, Deputy Chief Executive, Strategic Projects Manager
Jun 2005 - Mar 2016
Porirua City Council
Chief Operating Officer
Apr 2016 - Aug 2018
Ministry for Culture and Heritage / Manatū Taonga
Deputy Chief Executive, Delivery
Aug 2018 - Present

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