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ENGINEER SURVEYOR / DESIGN VERIFIER - New Plymouth

Full Time | Engineering | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Industrial Regulatory Services High performing company with influential global presence and long history in New Zealand Based at SGS New Zealand Office in New Plymouth SGS is the world’s leading testing, inspection, verification, and certification company. SGS is recognized as the global benchmark for quality and integrity. With more than 90,000 employees, SGS operates a network of over 2,000 offices and laboratories around the world. SGS New Zealand Ltd Industrial Regulatory Services ensure that our customer’s installations, plant, equipment and ships meet all performance and regulatory requirements and are safe for continued use. We are the leader in our field across New Zealand and provide technical excellence in surveying, inspection, design verification and certification services to a wide variety of clients. We are looking for an Engineer Surveyor / Design Verifier to join our Industrial Regulatory Services team in New Plymouth. This is an excellent opportunity for hands-on industrial surveyors / design verifiers to provide quality and timely inspection, design verification and certification services for boilers, pressure vessels, lifts, cranes and other industrial equipment to clients in accordance with the Management Manual and the appropriate statutory bodies in New Zealand. To be successful in this role, you will need to have a minimum of ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­five (5) years of experience and training in tertiary engineering or equivalent qualifications. Professional engineering registration or the ability to obtain professional registration is required. Certification Board for Inspection Personnel (CBIP) Qualifications in a relevant discipline is desirable. You will have the functional and technical knowledge and skills to do the job with a high level of accomplishment. You will also have excellent verbal and written communication skills and can communicate clearly and succinctly in a variety of settings, getting messages across that have the desired effect. You will provide the highest quality products and services and to meeting the expectations and requirements of internal and external customers. You will be able to use rigorous logic and methods to solve problems with effective solutions, see hidden problems, and look beyond the obvious and not stop at the first answer. This job involves travelling and therefore a full and current New Zealand driver licence is required. Please visit the recruitment and jobs section on the global SGS website for full position description and application links. The application form will include these questions: Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in New Zealand? Do you have a current New Zealand driver's licence? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? What's your expected annual base salary?

Clinical Manager

Full Time | Healthcare & Medical / community services | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

People who care Medcall is a highly specialised healthcare recruitment agency, with a reputation built on quality service and a love of people. Clinical Manager Work in a warm, spacious facility that boasts natural lighting and garden atmosphere to make residents feel at home. You will work alongside and provide leadership to your clinical team, ensuring care is delivered with compassion, warmth, efficiency, and respect. You will look after the rest home, dementia, and hospital care. This role is Monday – Friday, with an on-call component. Your role: Clinical Manager overseeing the clinical team, care, and services Great for a Senior Registered Nurse or Clinical Lead looking to take the next step up in their career! Be an advocate for your residents’ quality care Enjoy support from your manager, who you will both report to and work closely with Be confident handling your clinical budget and auditing process Our well-respected and community-focused client is seeking a Clinical Manager with a fresh view who is willing to learn and grow in this position. You will be part of a supportive head office, great community reputation, stable staff, and you will be confident in your career move. This is a 50-60-bed complex offering all levels of care, so reach out now to make a difference in the lives of your residents. You will need: NZ Nursing registration and APC Previous leadership experience as a Registered Nurse or Clinical Lead InterRAI experience ideally preferred Motivation, energy, and passion for what you do Great decision making, time management, and organisational skills On Offer: A full time, permanent role you can truly be proud to say is yours! Monday – Friday business hours A company with a great track record, with potential to grow your career An attractive salary, a supportive manager, and positive work environment Take part in the innovative programs for residents, and work on growing more activities Apply Now! Reference # 135 If you are interested in applying for this position, or want to hear about our other suitable roles, please send an updated CV through to katerina@medcall.co.nz or click ‘APPLY NOW’ Medcall is a team of dedicated recruitment professionals who understand your needs and place real emphasis on finding just the right fit for you. You can have confidence that our caring, ‘boutique’ culture and belief that “no one size fits all”, means our service is tailor made for you.

Fire Alarm Technician

Full Time | Trades & Services | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Fire Alarm Technician Required NPE-Tech Ltd – NPE-Fire • New Zealand National Organization • High End Electrical Services & Fire Alarms Based in New Plymouth, New Zealand, this organization is one of Taranaki's leading Electrical & Fire Alarm System Contractors operating in the residential, commercial and industrial sectors. Fire Alarm Technician – This role will see you working with your supervisor and taking responsibility for the repair, maintenance, service, design and installation of fire systems. We are looking for someone that can grow the department, train apprentices and is looking at climbing the ladder as we like to promote within. The preferred person would have an electrical license to go along with their fire alarm qualifications, however this is not essential. Additional requirement. • NZ residency • Must have or be able to attain NZQA Level 4 in Fire Detection & Alarms. • Experience in the installation and servicing of multiple types of detection and alarm systems is preferred along with experience carrying out testing and checks as required for building compliance. • Good fault finding skills. • Full driver's license (NZ) Suitable applicants will have good verbal and written communication skills along with strong leadership qualities. If you are the type of person that is always positive, hardworking, friendly, good with customers, see the answers to a problem and not just the problem, have the get up and go with the desire to make this role truly yours, then this is the job for you and the sky is the limit for the right person. We are a growing modern thinking company & are looking for likeminded people that are after more than just a job. Full job details, Benefits and privileges discussed at interview. Please reply in writing or email to: Luke Bond NPE-Tech Ltd PO Box 289 New Plymouth 4340 Email luke@npe-tech.co.nz www.npe-tech.co.nz

Graduate Accountant opportunity

Full Time | Accounting | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Would you like to work for one of New Zealand’s most trusted independent accountancy firms? We have networks both nationally and internationally which, later in your career, can lead to secondment opportunities throughout Taranaki, New Zealand and on occasion overseas … Come and work with us! In your first few years as an Audit Graduate for Baker Tilly Staples Rodway Taranaki, you will have the opportunity to work with a variety of different clients across a number of different industries. You will be conducting both office based and onsite audits where you will be responsible for reviewing financial statements and financial processes within a business and making recommendations about how they could do things more efficiently and effectively. We provide valuable support throughout your CA program including study leave, and a 1:1 mentoring programme that continues throughout your career. Other things you need to know about us include; Our team philosophy is to get it right the first time; We aim to work efficiently and effectively in everything we do; We provide training, guidance and opportunities to help you reach your potential; We have an active social club with subsidised sports teams; and We do what we can to support local community groups and support you to do so as well. If that sounds interesting and rewarding to you, please send me your CV, transcript and a cover letter explaining why you’re the perfect person to join our team. For this role, you might be a grad who is about to finish university or you might have been working for a year or two and looking to relocate to Taranaki. If you have any questions please call Amy Sutherland on 027 472 5360. Applications close at 5pm on Monday 23 September 2019. Amy Sutherland Baker Tilly Staples Rodway Taranaki

Reception / Administration - Hawera

Contract | Office & Admin | South Taranaki District

Overview: Pay rate: $23.15 per hour Start date: asap Requirements: Understanding of office procedure and having good customer appreciation skills Type of work: Reception / Administration Environment: Office Hours: 7.30am start and needing to be flexible around finish time The Role: We have a Reception / Administration role starting immediately based in Hawera. Having a good all-round understanding of office procedure is a fundamental requirement as is having very good customer appreciation skills. The role will consist of a number of daily tasks which include but are not limited to; Reception duties - phones, customer enquiries, staff enquiries Data Entry - bookings, security checks Filing and maintaining of files General Administrative duties We need someone who is computer savvy and has a good understanding of Microsoft word, Excel and outlook. You will need to ensure the office is kept clean and tidy and will participate in H&S meetings if required and other normal office duties not listed here. The role is deemed to be for early intermediate experience and will be ongoing until further notice. Hours: Hours will vary and you will need to be flexible around the finish time. Finish time will be no later than 4.00pm and your start time will be 7.30am every day, Monday to Friday Requirements to work for OneStaff: Strong & physically fit ID required (one of the following) NZ passport OR NZ Birth Certificate & Driver’s License Pass a Pre-Employment Drug & Alcohol test Must have reliable transport CV, Relevant Certificates or License (i.e. forklift or site safe passport) Benefits of OneStaff: Paid weekly A commitment to Health and Safety Full PPE supplied Contracts with Holiday pay, sick leave, and ACC cover (T&Cs apply) Teamwork: paired up with a OneStaff client manager who will support your employment needs If this role sounds like you, please apply online with your CV. OneStaff is one of NZ's largest networks of privately owned Recruitment Agencies. We are 100% NZ owned and operated, and consist of the former individual branches of Coverstaff International (across Invercargill, Queenstown, Christchurch, Nelson, Wellington, Palmerston North) and Onsite Recruitment (in North Shore Auckland, South Auckland, New Plymouth, and Hawkes Bay). We also have branches in Hamilton & Tauranga and Rotorua. OneStaff. Working As One

Registered Nurses wanted - Radius Thornleigh Park

Part Time | Healthcare & Medical / community services | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Exceptional People Exceptional Care inati nuinga inati mohimohi This is a permanent role (Working 40-60 hours per fortnight - lots of flexibility for a good work-life balance) Are you an experienced registered nurse looking for a permanent role with one of New Zealand's leading healthcare providers? Are you wanting to grow your career, while making a difference for people in need? Immigration NZ accredited employer Access to a range of benefits and discounts via our staff app with over 40 retail outlets! Transfer to any of our 22 locations Free Indemnity insurance for enrolled and registered nurses The Employee Assistance Programme Long service payment Grow and develop with industry-leading training and development About us Radius Care is a New Zealand owned and operated company, specialized in health and aged care provider for the elderly and the disabled. Established in 2003, Radius has become one of the leading health care providers in New Zealand. With 22 locations nationwide, employing over 1500 staff and providing professional aged care for more than 1700 residents. Radius Care is committed to delivering quality rest home and private hospital care for people who require help in their daily lives. We believe in exceptional people, provide exceptional care and that is underpinned by our three company value's, Commitment to be the leaders in care, Courage to do the right thing, Compassion to act with empathy. If you have: Minimum 1+ years of experience as a Registered Nurse in New Zealand A current New Zealand Annual Practicing Certificate Sound people skills with empathy for the elderly and their families Leadership skills to coach, guide and support your team Delegate effectively and promote excellent working relationships Outstanding written and oral communication skills Computer literate with concise reporting skills The flexibility to work on a rostered shift basis Does this sound like you? Then get in touch with us now! For a copy of the Job Description visit https://www.qjumpers.co.nz/57313/desc/

Health Care Assistant - Thornliegh Park

Part Time | Healthcare & Medical / community services | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Radius Care - Exceptional People Exceptional Care inati nuinga inati mohimohi This is a permanent role (Working 30 - 60 hours per fortnight, lots of flexibility) Are you passionate about caring for the elderly? Are looking for a permanent role with one of New Zealand's leading healthcare providers? Are you wanting to grow your career, while making a difference for people in need? What we can offer you Immigration NZ accredited employer Access to a range of benefits and discounts via our staff app with over 40 retail outlets! Transfer to any of our 22 locations The Employee Assistance Programme Long service payment Grow and develop with industry-leading training and development About us Radius Care is a New Zealand owned and operated company, specialized in health and aged care provider for the elderly and the disabled. Established in 2003, Radius has become one of the leading health care providers in New Zealand. With 22 locations nationwide, employing over 1500 staff and providing professional aged care for more than 1700 residents. Radius Care is committed to delivering quality rest home and private hospital care for people who require help in their daily lives. We believe in exceptional people, provide exceptional care and that is underpinned by our three company value's, Commitment to be the leaders in care, Courage to do the right thing, Compassion to act with empathy. If you are a person who has: Minimum 1+ year of previous aged care experience New Zealand Certificate in Health and wellbeing level 2-3 or equivalent Sound people skills with empathy for the elderly and their families A team player Good written and verbal communication skills The flexibility to work on a rostered shift basis Some Duties include: Reporting to the charge nurse and being delegated tasks to be completed in a timely manner Patient assistance with their basic hygiene. Patients will receive meals throughout the day which you will be responsible for serving. Does this sound like you? Then get in touch with us now! For a copy of the Job Description visit https://www.qjumpers.co.nz/57311/desc/

Technology and Innovation Engineer

Full Time | Engineering | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Technology and Innovation Engineer network intelligence and IoT New Plymouth Here at Powerco, we're busy keeping the lights on and gas flowing to more than 430,000 homes, businesses and organisations across the North Island. If you have a keen interest in how energy will be supplied and used in the future, the role of distribution utilities in this, are excited about the opportunities that emerging technology holds to improve electricity delivery, and are looking for your next big role, it's time to join the fast-paced, exciting company that powers NZ's largest electricity distribution network. The energy and technology landscapes are changing. Our customers are embarking on a journey to use smarter, cost-efficient and digitally connected equipment. Think electric vehicles, battery storage, or solar panels. To continue to offer them a cost-efficient, valuable service, our networks need to evolve too. They need to become smarter, more flexible and more intelligent. That's also a big change for our wider organisation, and our team supports them in this transition. So we're looking for someone who is curious and technically astute with a collaborative attitude to provide support and expertise to the team. We already have experts in power systems, but we need someone who understand sensors, comms systems (have you heard of LoRaWAN?), and backend systems like SCADA and historian. And because were about tools, not toys, you'll also know how to connect with other teams to ensure you understand their problems and challenges so the cool pieces of technology we see on a day-to-day basis are ultimately delivering value. That's why you will be based in New Plymouth, where the core of our operations happens. Now for the formal bit: we think that if you are an engineer with either a formal qualification (like a BE or NZCE) and three to five years of experience working with sensors or IoT technology, and who is not afraid of talking to other people, you'll hit the ground running. Powerco is a great place to develop your skills, so providing you're coming with a good base and an open mind, we'll also help you gaining what you need to excel in this role. Life is good here at Powerco. You'll join a fun, tight-knit group of dedicated, passionate people and become a thought-leader in a company that's a major contributor to the community. In addition to competitive salary offerings, generous leave allocations and health and wellness packages, you'll also get the satisfaction of playing an important part in helping us deliver an essential service to our communities. If you're after an exciting role within the New Zealand electrical industry, get in touch, and let's talk about how you can join us at Powerco. Please see the position description for full details, roles and responsibilities of this role. Applications close Sunday, 22 September 2019. Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Recreation Officer

Full Time | Office & Admin | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

$20.50 - $25.50 per hour Set fortnightly roster Gain qualifications while you work! About us Enliven is a not-for-profit service providing aged residential care to older people in the lower half of the North Island. We believe older people should remain connected to their community and live stimulating and fulfilling lives. All our homes embrace an elder directed model of care called the Eden Alternative. About the role: As a Recreation Officer you will: Run day activities with staff and volunteers Plan the social calendar for the home Support our residents to pursue their interests Help our residents to maintain connection with their community Guide our residents to learn new skills This role offers you the opportunity to develop your knowledge and judgement as a Diversional Therapist, within a positive ageing context. You will work closely with our trainers to gain a qualification in Diversional Therapy. The hours for this role are based on a fortnightly roster, and hours of work are: Week One: 10.30am - 5.00pm Monday, Thursday, Friday Week Two: 10.30am - 5.00pm Monday, Tuesday, Saturday, Sunday About you: In order to be considered, you must hold: A current drivers licence An energetic and enthusiastic personality The desire to obtain qualifications Good people skills Excellent oral and written communication skills How to apply To apply for this position, please visit: [insert link] to submit your CV and cover letter, and complete an application form. To discuss the role or for more information, contact Jennifer Darby, Manager, Chalmers at Jennifer.Darby@psc.org.nz As a community health care provider, all our sites are smoke free. Applications close 9am, 14 October 2019 For a copy of the Job Description visit https://www.qjumpers.co.nz/57447/desc/ Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Assets Engineer

Full Time | Engineering | South Taranaki District

Do you want a change in lifestyle? If so, here's your opportunity! The South Taranaki District Council is seeking a well-organised and motivated individual to join the Strategic Assets Team. We are located in a tranquil area of New Zealand offering some of the best access to the great outdoors. We also boast attractive housing prices for your town, village or rural lifestyle and we are within commuting distance to larger centres. Our communities deserve high-quality services from our infrastructure in a cost-effective way. Our Strategic Assets Team manages these assets in conjunction with the wider engineering team. At STDC, we are an energetic, progressive organisation and offer a proven "best place to work" environment. Our team culture encourages innovation, we care about your professional development and you will be working with an elite and motivated team of professionals. Do you have what it takes? You will get plenty of variety in this role including: Developing asset management plans for our strategic assets Monitoring asset condition and producing asset renewal programmes Analysing the factors which affect demand and growth for our service levels Working alongside operational and project teams to give best-of-life project delivery Providing specialist technical advice on the optimisation of engineering assets Developing maintenance strategies and programmes for our assets System Administration of Water Outlook. We are looking for a qualified and experienced engineer who has: A "can-do" attitude and is a team player Experience in working with network utilities Knowledge of asset management principles and practice The drive to pursue our programs for minimising water loss, and wastewater I&I Skill to handle multiple workstreams and communicate the "big picture" to the wider team If this role appeals to you, head over to our website www.southtaranaki.com where you can access the background information and job description for the role. If submitting an application, please ensure you provide a covering letter outlining your skills and experience for the role along with your most current CV. Applications close when we find the right person for the role.

Events Co-ordinator

Full Time | Marketing, Media, Creative & Comms | South Taranaki District

The South Taranaki District Council is seeking an enthusiastic, well organised and motivated individual to fill this key position which is part of the Tourism and Events Unit. We have a proven "Best Places to Work" environment with people that are proud to serve the local community. This is your chance to join a high performance, values-based organisation that invests in the development of its people and provides a great team environment. The main activities of the Events Co-ordinator are to develop and co-ordinate the Council's community events programme and ensure that the events are well-managed, safe and enjoyable for the community. The position will also be responsible for attracting new events to the district and organising Council civic functions. What sort of person are we looking for? Someone with knowledge and experience of working in event management and a detailed understanding of all aspects of event management from planning through to logistics and implementation to an excellent standard. You will also have: Ability to liaise and engage with the public and contractors Skills in project management Great communication and interpersonal attributes Enthusiasm, energy and motivation The drive to meet deadlines and thrive under pressure Strong attention to detail and be extremely organised Strong people skills and a keen team player If this sounds like you, please visit www.southtaranaki.com where you can access the background information and job description for the role. If submitting an application, please ensure you provide a covering letter outlining your skills and experience for the role along with your most current CV. Applications close on Sunday, 29 September 2019.

Manager Educational Delivery

Full Time | Education & training | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Kaiwhakahaere Ako (Manager Educational Delivery) Permanent Fulltime New Plymouth Ref: 19AKEI093 Te Wānanga o Aotearoa is one of New Zealand's largest tertiary education providers offering a comprehensive range of certificate to degree level qualifications to New Zealanders of all ages and walks of life. We invite applications for Kaiwhakahaere Ako (Manager Educational Delivery) to manage, develop and monitor education delivery across a portfolio. Duties for this role include the planning and implementation of programme delivery; providing leadership, academic management and support to academic kaimahi (staff); being responsible for monitoring of teaching and learning activities for programmes within the allocated geographical area; and ensuring all programmes offered are delivered according to the curriculum guidelines and compliance is monitored following the policies and standards. Applicants will require a Master’s Degree, proven experience working in the education sector and demonstrated experience in staff management. A clean, full New Zealand driver’s licence is required. Skills required for this role include excellent written and oral communication skills, excellent relationship management skills, excellent planning and project/task managements skills along with proven ability to anticipate leadership requirements and provide timely information to support decision making. The ability to understand and converse in Te Reo Māori and an excellent understanding of Māori values, culture and tikanga are expected. To apply for this position please register and apply on our jobs site: https://twoa.careercentre.net.nz/ Enquiries to Reti Kershaw-Hoeta 04 238 4846 or reti.kershaw-hoeta@twoa.ac.nz Closes: 26 September 2019

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