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Finding a good job is central to finding a new lifestyle in Taranaki, so we’ve pulled together all the jobs currently on offer in Taranaki to help you make the move.

Poukōkiri Matua / Senior Project Manager

Full Time | Executive & General Management | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

This is a unique opportunity to be immersed within a legacy project which honours the past, revitalises the present and empowers the future. Te kaupapa (the project) The Parihaka Papakāinga Trust has been granted $14M to develop a visitor facility to cater to the increasing number of people visiting the historic papakāinga. The development of the Parihaka Visitor Facility will be integral to ensuring that the continued legacy of Tohu Kākahi and Te Whiti o Rongomai lives on. For generations the story of Parihaka has been told by others, with the development of the visitors facility, the people of Parihaka will have the opportunity to make sure they are the ones telling their story. Te tūranga (the role) Working closely with the Pouhautū you will be tasked with providing project leadership, direction and delivery for the Parihaka Visitor Facility within the context of the Parihaka legacy. Your primary responsibility will be for the delivery of the KPIs and milestones in accordance with the Funding Agreement. This role is diverse and expansive, requiring exceptional project management, financial and relationship skills to steer and navigate your team, the community and stakeholders towards successful project delivery. A detailed Position Description is available to provide further insight into the role. He kōrero mōu (about you) We are looking for a highly respected individual who is driven by the meaning and purpose of the project. Described by your peers as a natural leader, your mana, integrity and manaaki will be highly regarded within the communities you operate in. You will be someone who plays an active role in the Māori community and will ideally whakapapa back to the Taranaki rohe. In addition to this you will also demonstrate skills and experience in the following areas: At least 10 years’ experience within a leadership role which includes a proven record in project management and successful delivery of project outcomes. Highly developed project management skills which includes formal project methodologies. High level of financial and commercial acumen - proven experience of tracking and delivering against budgets, undertaking financial analysis and modelling, identifying risks and providing financial commentary. Relationship builder - ability to build relationships with iwi, hapori whānui, listening to understand the needs of others, influencing and connecting to deliver results. A developer of people - skilled at collaboration, sharing knowledge, building expertise, growing minds. Commerciality - understanding the commercial process of contract negotiation, contract drafting, contractual deliveries etc. Being able to monitor progress against contracts Confident communicator - able to communicate clearly and concisely in both written and oral format. Understanding of Parihaka community and history, structures and processes. Understanding of the legacy of Tohu and Te Whiti and the living expression of the principled practices. Passionate about engaging in a project of significance. Confidence in te reo Māori me ōna tikanga. A tertiary qualification (or equitable professional experience) in project management, finance, commerce or relevant field is desirable but not essential. To obtain a copy of the position description please email the recruitment team at Baker Tilly Staples Rodway on To discuss this role in confidence contact Recruitment Specialist, Tracey Soffe on 06 757 3155. Applications close 11 October 2020 Right to live and work You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.

Applications Specialist

Full Time | IT | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Taranaki Base Hospital, New Plymouth 1.0 FTE (80 hours per fortnight) Permanent Position This is an exciting and challenging role where you will be a key member of the IT Applications and Portfolio team supporting our HR/Payroll corporate applications. The role required an experiences communicative person with a strong service delivery, service improvement and application support focus. To be successful in this role you will have proven knowledge, skills and experience in: Supporting of applications, incidents and requests in an IT environment. Defining and understanding business processes and how the applications in our environment support them. Identifying application opportunities / deficiencies and determining ways to mitigate these. Ability to undertake problem resolution and communicate with both ICT peers and Business representatives. For the applications that you are responsible for, participate in projects as the Subject Matter Expert (SME). Come to Taranaki - New Zealand's hidden gem! In Taranaki, it is easy to achieve an enviable lifestyle without having to compromise your career path. The region's amazing mountain, rivers, lakes, fantastic coastline and outstanding surfing and tramping opportunities, masses of parks and gardens, as well as a major events calendar, make it a great place to live and work. The Taranaki District Health board is a large organisation (2,100 staff) operating in the exciting, changing Health sector. Don't miss the opportunity to make a difference by "Applying Now" from within this page. Click here to view the position description. Applications close 5 October 2020.

Practice Manager

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

Practice Manager 0.8 FTE Devon Medical Centre is a modern, large group general practice, committed to providing the best of care for our patients. We pride ourselves on our service delivery and ensuring that every patient knows they matter to us. The practice is transitioning to delivering services under the Healthcare Home model of care and therefore requires a Practice Manager who thrives in a changing environment. The Role This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of the practice leadership team. Working closely with the General Manager, Nurse Manager and business owners you will be responsible for leading the Administration Team and the operational side of the business, being the ‘go to’ person for all things operational. You will have a key role to play in managing the outward facing relationships and in particular maintaining the high level of patient service that we pride ourselves in. You will also be responsible for providing excellent accounting, payroll services and processes to the practice. What we are looking for We are looking for someone who has a passion for primary healthcare and has worked in the health sector. Someone who can thrive in the challenging environment of primary healthcare, PHOs, funding, capitation, enrolments and the wide range of reporting that the GP practice requires. Strong business management experience will be essential as you lead the operational side of the practice. Ideally you will be an experienced practice manager, but we would consider candidates who have been leaders and managers in health-related businesses. Supporting your colleagues and delivering excellent service should motivate you. A positive attitude, energy, enthusiasm and resilience are key. It is important that you enjoy leadership, creating a healthy culture and developing others. Strong relationship building and communication skills are essential. Additional skills should include: Proven change leadership aptitude Financial management or accounting skills. Ability to lead and delegate to others in a constructive way In return we will provide a supportive and positive working environment, as well as an opportunity to develop your career. Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work permit. If this sounds like an exciting career opportunity to you, please apply by 5.00pm on Wednesday 14th October 2020 with your CV and a cover letter to let us know why you will be a great fit to this job. Practice Manager Vacancy P O Box 461 New Plymouth 4340

Account Manager - PlaceMakers New Plymouth

Full Time | Sales | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Help us build New Zealand! PlaceMakers is New Zealand’s leading and largest supplier of building materials to New Zealand’s commercial and residential construction markets. We employ more than 2,100 people in over 60 locations across the country and stock more than 100,000 product lines from concrete to paint and plasterboard. The Role: An opportunity has now come available for a driven and experienced sales professional to manage an existing portfolio, that has plenty of growth potential. Reporting to the Branch Operator, this role offers a great blend of business development and account management. Most of your time will be spent out on the road building relationships with our valued customers. You will be supported by the wider team to succeed and be given the autonomy to use your initiative to develop your own call cycles while ensuring exceptional service delivery. About You: As you will play a lead role in developing brand awareness and capturing sales opportunities, your passion for the building industry as well as your sales drive and resilience will be essential! In addition to this, you will also need to the demonstrate the following – Excellent communication skills, as you will need to communicate at all levels A professional and solutions focused approach Proven sales/account management background Strong technical/product knowledge Committed to exceptional service delivery What’s on offer? Being part of a market leader, you will be fully supported to develop a long-standing career – There are so many success stories here! A competitive base salary with an achievable bonus structure plus a company vehicle and tools of the trade are on offer, plus a fantastic benefits package that comes with being part of the wider Fletcher Building Group. Take the next step and register your interest today. Please note: A pre-employment medical, including a drug test is required as well as the legal right to work in NZ indefinitely. Right to live and work You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.

Referral and Booking Advisor

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

Taranaki Base Hospital, New Plymouth 1.0 FTE (80 hours per fortnight) Permanent Position The Referrals and Booking Advisor role provides education, support and expert advice to all administration staff involved in Planned Care to ensure standardised processes are used leading to consistency in workflows, compliance with reporting requirements, and ongoing improvement. You will be provided with the opportunity to: Assist with developing and maintaining consistent, streamlined procedures and processes to maintain ESPI compliance. Provide a strong focus on education and support to ensure data integrity, and reports and information are of a high quality. Work collaboratively with administration areas to promote a team environment and enhance partnership and cooperation. Provide excellent customer services at all times that is consistent across the department and support Planned Care policy and procedures. Key attributes to be successful include: A Tertiary Education would be beneficial but is not mandatory for this role Extensive understanding of Booking and Referral Centre functions. Excellent communication skills, highly articulate and excellent listening skills. Knowledge of Ministry of Health Planned Care requirements and Health Sector knowledge A High level of experience in services related to elective surgery delivery is essential. Previous experience in training, facilitation and coaching Click here to view the position description In Taranaki, it is easy to achieve an enviable lifestyle without having to compromise your career path. The region’s amazing mountain, rivers, lakes, fantastic coastline and outstanding surfing and tramping opportunities, masses of parks and gardens, as well as a major events calendar, make it a great place to live and work. The Taranaki District Health Board is a large organisation (2,100 staff) operating in the exciting, changing Health sector. To make an application click on "Apply Online" within this page. Applications close 11 October 2020.

Human Resource Advisor

Full Time | HR & Recruitment | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Taranakipine are leaders in the design and manufacture of value-added wood products. They pride themselves in understanding customers’ needs, manufacturing to industry best practice and servicing customers with quality products. Established over 60 years ago, Taranakipine holds a significant position in both NZ and overseas timber products markets and is committed to growth and development in new opportunities such as their new venture Woodspan PLT Panels. Their culture is open, approachable and supportive with a focus on team, continuous improvement and excellent customer service. The Opportunity A re-alignment of roles has created an exciting opportunity for an experienced HR Advisor to support Taranakipine managers to deliver HR and people practices and processes. Reporting through to the Senior Operations Manager, you will spend half your time onsite, working with the teams and actively contributing to a positive and productive culture. Your skills across all key HR operational areas will be critical to this role, as well as your ability to build strong business partnership relationships, have a high level of emotional intelligence and feel comfortable wearing steel cap boots and a high-vis jacket. This is a permanent full-time position, but there is some flexibility with hours depending on the skills and experience of the successful candidate. You will be responsible for; Providing advice on best-practice solutions related to all HR areas including employment relations, performance management and recruitment Leading, developing and delivering the HR strategy across the business Working alongside managers to deliver HR programmes and initiatives Implementing best practice principles for recruitment, on-boarding and induction Helping identify development opportunities and training across the business Facilitating the annual performance and remuneration review processes Responding to employee enquiries on a broad range of HR related matters Maintaining accurate record keeping, document management and providing reporting of all HR related data Our Ideal Candidate You will be proactive, have a positive attitude and won’t hesitate to get things done. You will be personable, supportive and a team player. You must also bring to the role the following; Relevant tertiary qualification and 5+ years in a similar role, ideally within a manufacturing environment In-depth knowledge and experience in employment relations, performance management and change management Demonstrated commercial acumen, a history of strong internal business relationships and a supportive and collaborative style Exceptional organisational skills with the ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines and deliver quality Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Proven analytical and problem-solving skills and attention to detail A high level of resilience and initiative If you are someone that is passionate about developing and supporting managers to enhance the culture, team capabilities and staff engagement in a future focused business, then this role is for you. To obtain a copy of the position description, please email the recruitment team at Baker Tilly Staples Rodway on To discuss this role in confidence, contact Recruitment Specialist, Melissa Henwood on 06 757 3155. Applications close Friday 16th October 2020 Right to live and work You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.

Curves Circuit Coach - Bell Block

Part Time | Sport & recreation | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

About us Curves is a franchise which has been operating throughout the world for 28 years. We specialize in a workout for women which is fun, fast and safe. A total body workout which only takes 30 minutes. Service is our difference, we believe in coaching members to their full potential, whilst offering a friendly, fun and caring environment. Qualifications & experience A qualification or experience in the fitness industry is desired but not essential as full training will be given. Tasks & responsibilities Coaching on a Circuit, helping and motivating members to reach their fitness and weight loss goals. Building custom solutions to encourage member retention. Maintain member engagement through motivating, energetic, approachable, polite, compassionate, and encouraging coaching. Conduction Coaching Sessions, review/set goals, participate in promotions. Membership Sales Completing outgoing MIA calls and member checks. Completing the process for membership agreements. Coach may be rarely needed to assist in emergency situations by thinking on their feet, calling 111 and/or administering first aid/CPR certificate Curves coach must have a passion for helping others meet their fitness and/or weight loss goals. Possess knowledge of the circuit exercises, have credibility to explain exercises and movements to members. Training will be provided by Curves. Provide one on one coaching and instruction for workouts and specialty classes as needed. Which are fun and motivating. Ensure safety of members on the circuit. Small Administration and hygiene tasks. Some early morning shifts and working until 6.30pm may be required. The application form will include these questions: Do you have experience in a sales role? Do you have customer service experience? Have you completed a qualification in fitness? Are you available to work school holidays? Are you available to work outside your usual hours when required? (e.g. weekends, evenings, public holidays)

TrafficWorx Manager

Full Time | Construction & Roading | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

About Our Business Drillco is a locally owned civil construction business established to meet the increasing need for reliable drilling and trenching services. Established in 2006, Drillco are the local Taranaki specialists for horizontal and directional drilling. TrafficWorx is our dedicated Traffic Management business, offering traffic management solutions to a range of customers. While specific training will be provided, the successful candidate will be able to demonstrate proven skills and supervisory experience across the Traffic Management or Civil Infrastructure industry. We are currently experiencing phenomenal growth in a fast paced industry and we need a candidate with exceptional leadership skills to drive this business unit. Roles Responsibilities: On-site supervision and management of the TrafficWorx STMS team Drafting and submitting of Traffic Management Plans via Rapid Plan Overseeing planning and organising of project requirements Ensuring work is completed to a high level and all targets are being met Ensuring the safety of the public and our employees Candidate Requirements: 3 – 5 years Management experience Experience in the Traffic Management or Civil Infrastructure Industry Reliability is must STMS Level 1 TTM planner is an advantage Ability to complete all paperwork on time and to a clear and presentable standard Ability to work days, nights and some Saturdays A current full NZ driver’s license Good communication skills Proven record of being an positive team motivator Positive attitude Demonstrated commitment to safety Drillco is committed to the health, safety and wellbeing of our employees. Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa and be prepared for a pre-employment drug and alcohol testing. We offer a competitive remuneration package based on experience. All PPE gear is provided. Please include a cover letter outlining why you would be the best Manager for our team! The application form will include these questions: Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in New Zealand? How many years of people management experience do you have? What's your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? Do you have a current New Zealand driver's licence?


Full Time | Accounting | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Auditor Who are you? TSB have an exciting opportunity for an experienced and meticulous professional to join our team as an Auditor. You’ll be a key team player and will support the Senior Audit Manager deliver an Internal Audit (Line3) assurance programme and provide independent support on design, appropriateness, effectiveness, and adequacy of the different frameworks across governance, risk management and internal controls. Your experience and strengths in a financial acumen, will ensure that all frameworks, policies, procedures, and systems are appropriately designed and in line with regulations that support strategic business decisions. You’ll need to ensure that the first and second lines of accountability operate effectively and therefore, your critical thinking will be crucial in identifying emerging risks and mitigating appropriate actions. A confident communicator, you’ll use your strengths in stakeholder management to influence, build and maintain close and constructive working relationships that will help streamline efficiencies and build awareness around the auditing process. Key responsibilities include: Conducting, reporting and monitoring of the on-site internal audit reviews within the Bank in accordance with plans and processes agreed by the Audit Committee. Undertaking the monitoring, validating, managing and reporting on all outstanding Internal Audit, External Audit and other Independent Review actions in accordance with the agreed monitoring and escalation framework; an advisory capacity to help improve the effectiveness and efficiency of line one and two internal controls and business processes; and Contribute to the wider Risk team’s strategy through constructive and proactive involvement in the development and implementation of its strategy, vision and initiatives. Providing risk reporting to Senior Management and Board Risk Committees as required. Liaising where appropriate with the Outsourced Internal Audit Provider. To succeed in this role, you’ll need: Tertiary level qualification in law, commerce, or related field Relevant industry qualifications in internal audit 15+ years’ experience in the financial services industry 2+ years’ experience in audit Demonstrated knowledge of banking regulatory and legislative compliance obligations. Demonstrated experience in the development, implementation and maintenance of an Internal Audit assurance framework. Strong analytical expertise and commercial acumen Communication, presentation, and business partnering skills Who are we? We’re a real New Zealand bank on a mission – to help New Zealanders get ahead and to make their banking experience as easy as possible. Like our customers, our people are at the heart of everything we do, and we’re committed to developing and encouraging our people to achieve their goals both inside, and outside of our four walls. We promote inclusion and innovative thinking and pride ourselves on the positive working environment we’ve created. Our commitment to our people has also been recognised as we’ve won the 2020 Consumer NZ People’s Choice Award for Banking five years in a row and the 2019 KPMG New Zealand Customer Experience Excellence Award. So, if you’re passionate about helping New Zealanders and ready to get stuck in as part of a team where you’re supported to be your best self…Apply now! Applications close: Monday 5th October For a copy of the Job Description visit Auditor-Position-Description.pdf So join us - a real New Zealand Bank, and together let's help New Zealander's get ahead. Right to live and work You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.

Specialist Health & Safety Inspector - Petroleum and Geothermal

Full Time | Government & Council | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Use your knowledge to support positive health and safety changes Full-time position with flexible working opportunities Great benefits including income protection, trauma and life insurances WorkSafe New Zealand, Mahi Haumaru Aotearoa's, vision is that everyone who goes to work comes home healthy and safe. We have an opportunity for an experienced professional to join our specialist team regulating New Zealand's high hazards industries with a primary focus on petroleum and geothermal industries. As a Specialist Health & Safety Inspector, you have the opportunity to influence, facilitate and guide the future of health and safety within your targeted sectors. Our inspectors build strong, positive working relationships within industries to engage, educate and where necessary, enforce legislation. The role involves undertaking a range of advisory, assessment, compliance and enforcement-related activities to ensure organisations are effectively managing the health and safety of their workplaces. To be successful in this role, you will have: significant experience in a senior technical or management position within a high hazard industry, preferably petroleum or geothermal sectors good knowledge of the applicable health and safety requirements, standards, and legislation operational experience in a regulatory role would be advantageous, as will experience interpreting and applying legislation effective relationship skills so you can encourage and support positive developments or take resolute regulatory action on areas of non-compliance team skills to engage and interact with colleagues, share information and ideas excellent communication skills, both written and oral, with the ability to communicate information, concepts and arguments effectively the ability to effectively communicate at both operational and the most senior levels within an organisation the ability to remain calm and level-headed under pressure or when responding to emergency situations a current driver's licence is essential While our preferred location is New Plymouth, we are open to hearing from applicants across the North Island. What's in it for you: Mahi Haumaru Aotearoa offers a range of benefits including free life, trauma and income protection insurances, discounts on health insurance and eye care, four weeks annual leave plus three days WorkSafe leave, and learning and professional development opportunities. There are a range of networks you can become part of, such as our Te Rōpū Atuapiko Rainbow Network, WorkSafe Wahine Women's Network and our Kapa Haka group. We operate on a flexible by default basis, allowing you and your manager to create a flexible work experience that supports you and the business to succeed. About WorkSafe New Zealand, Mahi Haumaru Aotearoa Mahi Haumaru Aotearoa is the primary workplace health and safety regulator - our vision is that everyone who goes to work comes home healthy and safe. Alongside other regulators we lead New Zealand to achieve healthy and safe workplaces through engagement, education and enforcement. How to apply Click the apply button, complete the application form, and attach your CV and cover letter. You can find out more about this role by emailing Applications close on Wednesday 14th October 2020.

Chief Executive

Full Time | Executive & General Management | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Career growth and fantastic team culture with high ethics and values To apply you MUST have the current legal right to work in NZ Apply or phone for a confidential chat Tainui Village are seeking an experienced business leader with strong values, a desire to be of service to others, high emotional and intellectual intelligence and solid financial acumen. We are looking for a successful leader who will build on the excellent performance and reputation of the Village and its credibility with all stakeholders, whilst continuing to deliver high quality services. Our Story Tainui is committed to providing quality Rest Home care by meeting and exceeding the needs of current and potential residents, their whanāu and carers. Our Christian values of Caring, Respect and Compassion are an integral part of how we operate, they form the basis of our relationships and the service we deliver. The Role This role is much more than a typical CEO role – we are seeking a blend of strategic thinking and hands on delivery in order to achieve results. A typical day will include analysing and reviewing finances, meeting with a funder, meeting with clinical staff and the DHB, meeting a resident’s family to discuss care and exploring plans for future opportunities. Reporting directly to the Chairman of the Board, the CE role will encompass: Strategic direction of Tainui – exploring opportunities, delivering strategic initiatives, operational plans and continuous improvement of quality and service for success Overall fiscal responsibility to ensure sustainability and longevity of Tainui which includes financial and commercial management, funding, auditing, robust processes, commercial competence and financial reporting. There will be some hands on work in this area at a high level while managing administrative assistants. This will involve a good understanding of the accounting systems and processes. People leadership & engagement – responsibility for development of culture people, stakeholders, volunteers to ensure that the culture of the organisation always reflects the vision and values Service orientation – to ensure that all best practice service and care is at the heart of all we do; that the organisation continually reflects and evolves to deliver the highest quality service to include spiritual, pastoral, clinical and cultural care. Building and maintaining successful and respectful relationships with key stakeholders, including community, whanāu, funders and providers for the ongoing success of Tainui Visible and connected Leadership - the “face” of Tainui with staff, residents, community, stakeholders, funders Your Story This role will resonate with successful business leaders who are looking for a rewarding and fulfilling role where you will have plentiful opportunity to demonstrate both your intellectual and emotional intelligence in your delivery. In considering this role, you will tick these boxes: Have proven leadership experience of at least 10 years +, with demonstrated skills and experience in leadership, financial performance and people engagement Values driven – aware of your own strengths and values; value people and their contribution and understand how passionate people can influence lives Be able to provide numerous examples of your skills in financial / commercial projects, Have exceptional relationships skills, gravitas and presence together with compassion and integrity which has contributed to your achievements and success. Be present and connected to develop a culture that every employee wants to be a part of. Have a desire to be involved with developing strategy as you work with the Board to progress Tainui. Next Steps A full position description is available on request and a competitive remuneration package will be negotiated with the successful applicant. To apply for this position in full confidence please send a copy of your CV with a covering letter or phone Bruce Jordan on +64 21 247 7311 for a confidential chat and further information. The closing date for applications will be Friday 9th October 2020. Established in 1978, NES Global Talent provides a complete range of contract and permanent talent solutions to the Oil and Gas, Power, Construction and Infrastructure, Life Sciences, Manufacturing and IT sectors worldwide. With more than 40 offices in 28 countries, we are able to provide our clients with the engineering and technical expertise they need, wherever and whenever it is needed. Offering far more than a traditional recruitment service, we fully support our contractors while they are on assignment with everything from securing visas and work permits, to providing market leading benefits packages and accommodation, ensuring they are safely and compliantly able to support our clients. Bruce Jordan +64 6 758 6329 Email: Please click the 'Apply Now' button below. Right to live and work You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.

Students - Seasonal Process Work Hawera

Contract | Manufacturing | South Taranaki District

About us: Silver Fern Farms is New Zealand's leading marketer, processor and exporter of premium quality lamb, beef, venison and associated products. We are a regionally significant business: with annual revenue, in excess of $2.3bn, 7,000 employees, 5 offshore offices, 14 processing sites in New Zealand and exporting to over 60 countries. 'To become the world's most successful and sustainable grass-fed red meat company' is our vision as a food company. We are committed to excellence with a level of skill, expertise and care that allows us to bring the very best of New Zealand to the world. Our Hawera plant employs approximately 600 employees when at the peak of the season (November to July), operating both day and night shifts, processing beef cattle. We are looking for students who want to work during summer holiday period, we can also offer student work for semester breaks in first 6 months of each year if successful. This will allow us to cover our busy holiday period. Ideally we would like to hire students who would like to progress to a career in our industry when they finish their studies either in meat processing/leadership roles/quality control/auditing. For those wanting to work the full season (not just the summer) please apply for Meat Process Workers (job number 13563) vacancy. If you would like to be considered for a position over summer period, please submit your application below by clicking Apply below. We are looking for students to come and work for us. We have vacancies for: Trainee Knife hands, Packers, General Labourers, Freezer Hands, Trainee Process Workers Trainees or experienced people are welcome to apply Day Shift from 6:00am to 3:00pm and Afternoon/Evening Shift from 3:00pm to 1:00am We offer a great team environment, good money and the opportunity to develop a lasting career in the meat processing industry. To be suitable, you must: Be eligible to work in New Zealand Be physically fit and reliable Be able to pass ongoing drug testing Have a positive and hardworking attitude Full training will be provided that will enable you to achieve high standards of processing skills. So, if you are looking at a new career or a change in career and enjoy working in a team, have a "can do" attitude, keen to learn, not afraid of hard work, we would like to hear from you. Silver Fern Farms is working hard to maintain a drug and alcohol free workplace. Pre-employment drug testing is mandatory. Please apply online only by clicking on "Apply" below.

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