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CAD MECHANICAL ENGINEER / DESIGNER (REF: CAD-1)

Full Time | Engineering | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Technix has over 100 years of experience in the bitumen business. It has increasing global interest in its world unique technologies. It designs, builds and operates bulk bitumen terminals. It has a facility in New Plymouth for the design, assembly and commissioning of its novel bitumen manufacturing and bitumen modification plants, containers, and other plant for overseas customers. The work is varied, interesting and innovative. Applicants should be experienced, qualified and must be prepared to work extended hours unsupervised from time to time. A can-do and team player attitude is essential. A CAD Mechanical Engineer / Designer, Draughtsperson with at least 5 years’ post graduate experience using Autodesk Inventor 3D and AutoCAD 3D or similar software. The suitable applicant would need to demonstrate the ability to go from a concept design to producing workshop drawings. Applicants should have a Tertiary engineering qualification, or appropriate Trades qualification. A good understanding of the Oil and Gas Industry and Steel Fabrication would be an advantage. EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS:- Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite essential. Work unsupervised and maintain schedules. Good communication skills within a team environment. Understanding of Document Control. Experience with piping, pressure vessel, structure and / or electrical drawings would be advantageous. Please attach your resume and a letter detailing how you meet the job criteria and quote CAD-1 with your reply. Applications will close at 4:00pm on Monday, 28 October 2019. Address applications, with copies of your qualifications and grades to Tracey Fenton at Technix Industries Limited, Private Bag 2222, New Plymouth 4342, Phone (06) 759 8700 ext. 703, Fax (06) 759 8701, email: tracey.fenton@technix.com. Please ensure that you quote the reference number for the position you are applying for on your application. Only New Zealand based candidates with existing entitlement to work in NZ, will be considered. The application form will include these questions: Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in New Zealand? How many years' experience do you have as a mechanical engineer? How would you rate your English language skills? Are you willing to undergo pre-employment drug and alcohol screening?

MECHANICAL ENGINEER (PROJECTS) (REF: ME-P)

Full Time | Engineering | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Technix has over 100 years of experience in the bitumen business. It has increasing global interest in its world unique technologies. It designs, builds and operates bulk bitumen terminals. It has a facility in New Plymouth for the design, assembly and commissioning of its novel bitumen manufacturing and bitumen modification plants, containers, and other plant for overseas customers. The work is varied, interesting and innovative. Applicants should be experienced, qualified and must be prepared to work extended hours unsupervised from time to time. A can-do and team player attitude is essential. Experienced mechanical engineer with at least 5 years’ experience in plant operations and maintenance. EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS:- 5+ years work experience in plant operations and maintenance. Good understanding of instrumentation and control(s). Good knowledge of pump and valves. Experience using Microsoft Project Management software. Good communication skills, both written and verbal. Please quote ME-P with your reply. Applications will close at 4:00pm on Monday, 28 October 2019. Address applications, with copies of your qualifications and grades to Tracey Fenton at Technix Industries Limited, Private Bag 2222, New Plymouth 4342, Phone (06) 759 8700 ext. 703, Fax (06) 759 8701, email: tracey.fenton@technix.com. Please ensure that you quote the reference number for the position you are applying for on your application. Only New Zealand based candidates with existing entitlement to work in NZ, will be considered. The application form will include these questions: Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in New Zealand? How many years' experience do you have as a mechanical engineer? How would you rate your English language skills? Are you willing to undergo pre-employment drug and alcohol screening?

MECHANICAL DESIGNER (REF: CAD-2)

Full Time | Engineering | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Technix has over 100 years of experience in the bitumen business. It has increasing global interest in its world unique technologies. It designs, builds and operates bulk bitumen terminals. It has a facility in New Plymouth for the design, assembly and commissioning of its novel bitumen manufacturing and bitumen modification plants, containers, and other plant for overseas customers. The work is varied, interesting and innovative. Applicants should be experienced, qualified and must be prepared to work extended hours unsupervised from time to time.A can-do aMECHANICA nd team player attitude is essential. A MECHANICAL DESIGNER, with at least 5 years’ work experience, preferably in Oil and Gas or related industry. The suitable applicant would need to demonstrate the ability to go from a concept design to producing workshop drawings. Understanding good industry practices of the Oil and Gas industry and / or steel fabrication is essential. EXPERIENCE:- The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate proficiency in one or more of the following:- Design of process piping (isometric drawings, P&IDs, etc.). Design of pressure vessels. Design of steel structure. SKILLS:- Personal qualities:- Proficiency in AutoCAD 3D. Proficiency in Autodesk Plant 3D or similar package. Familiarity with Autodesk Inventor or similar software would be advantageous. Please attach your resume and a letter detailing how you meet the job criteria and quote CAD-2 with your reply. Applications will close at 4:00pm on Monday, 28 October 2019. Address applications, with copies of your qualifications and grades to Tracey Fenton at Technix Industries Limited, Private Bag 2222, New Plymouth 4342, Phone (06) 759 8700 ext. 703, Fax (06) 759 8701, email: tracey.fenton@technix.com. Please ensure that you quote the reference number for the position you are applying for on your application. Only New Zealand based candidates with existing entitlement to work in NZ, will be considered. The application form will include these questions: Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in New Zealand? How many years' experience do you have as a designer? Are you willing to undergo pre-employment drug and alcohol screening?

Physiotherapist

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

Physiotherapist Are you a NZ registered Physiotherapist committed to quality client-centred practice and interested in working in a supportive and friendly team environment? APM is a rapidly growing health services company and we want YOU to be part of our Central team! Based in New Plymouth you will be delivering a wide range of rehabilitation services in the wider Taranaki and Central region. You will have opportunity to have a mixed case load, providing rehabilitation to clients of all ages to assist them to return to work or independence, whilst building your clinical expertise. We are looking for someone with enthusiasm and passion for delivering amazing service to their clients, who enjoys working as part of an allied health team and has excellent communication skills. Experience in any of the following areas is preferred: Musculoskeletal, Multi-Trauma, Vocational Rehabilitation, Concussion, Community-based Rehabilitation, Pain Management, Brain Injury or Spinal Cord injury Rehabilitation, Support Needs Assessments (SNA) and Mental Health. You will be comfortable working autonomously, yet part of the wider allied health team. The work is varied and dynamic, so you will need to be proactive, flexible and adaptable in response to whatever comes your way. First-rate time management, administration and report writing skills are also important to meet our contracted service requirements in a timely manner. This is an exciting opportunity to join a company that is committed to supporting your personal and professional growth. Essential requirements: The relevant tertiary qualifications (BHSc BPHTY) Current registration with your professional body (PNZ) or ability to apply for this Minimum of 2 years’ post graduate clinical experience A full NZ/ Australian Driver's Licence A positive attitude Intermediate to advanced computer skills (including Microsoft Office). About us APM is a rapidly growing global health and employment services company with more than 5,000 employees serving over 350,000 people each year throughout ten countries. In New Zealand, APM holds a number of contracts with ACC, MSD, NZDF and also private employers to provide a range of services including Vocational and Community Rehabilitation, Pain and Injury Management, Workplace Health, Allied Health Intervention and Employment Services. Join the team of over 270 staff throughout New Zealand dedicated to enabling better lives! Benefits and culture A highly competitive remuneration package including a base salary of $60,000 to $90,000 (based on experience), company vehicle for work and some personal use, mobile phone and laptop, generous CPD budget and regular in-service training. Reimbursement of APC and Professional Membership (PNZ). At APM we strive for good work life balance with opportunity for flexible working options. Our mission is to create positive change and enable better lives. Our values underpin our work – integrity, customer focus, respect, empathy, achievement, teamwork and enthusiasm. If this sounds like you, please apply online with your CV and covering letter explaining why this role is for you. If you want to have a confidential chat about the role, please phone Anna McDonnell on 021 771 273. All correspondence will be kept strictly confidential. You must either have existing rights (or be in process of obtaining rights) to live and work in New Zealand to be considered for this role. We are keen to fill this position as soon as a suitable candidate is identified. Applications will be reviewed as they are received so don't delay! apm-nz.co.nz Right to live and work You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.

Urgent Care Nurse

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

Our client MediCross has a position available for a Registered Nurse to work in an urgent care clinic / GP clinic for 30 plus hours a week. Key to this role is an ability to be highly motivated to deliver a first class nursing service, ensuring the smooth running of clinic operations. This is a fast paced, busy role. The ability to multi-task is crucial, as is the ability to maintain professionalism and confidentiality. Why Practice Nursing / Urgent Care Nurse? You will get to utilise your nursing knowledge and experience, assessment skills and professional judgement to provide care, case management, advice, information, education and advocacy to your clients. You will promote self-care and assist clients to maintain their independence and live the fulfilled life that they deserve. This is a varied role; your clinical skills will constantly be developing and your knowledge base will forever be expanding. You will achieve a sense of personal fulfilment through seeing people growing with your help and support within their own comfort zone. You will learn about different cultures and will often quite literally make someone’s day! What will your day look like? Your day will include spending time with your patients, providing specialist nursing consultation and support services including wound care and medication management. You will undertake care planning, phone calls and write referrals. You will also partake in activities that indirectly influence care outcomes, for example attending professional development opportunities. Whilst it is a truly satisfying position, it is demanding and will require you to maintain focus and balance multiple priorities whilst working under pressure. What will you need? A commitment to patient oriented planning and provision of services A strong understanding of and commitment to clinical professional development Excellent written and oral communication skills Strong relationship management capabilities at all levels To be flexible, calm, forward thinking, process orientated, mature and sensible A high level of cultural sensitivity with experience in relating to people from different cultural / ethnic backgrounds Strong computer skills Preferably with IV cannulation, IV additives, a smear taker and immunisation certification. A current annual practicing certificate A great sense of humour To be eligible to live and work in New Zealand You will receive thorough induction and orientation and supported ongoing professional development. The applicant should be flexible, able to work rostered shifts, including weekends, public holidays and be available for school holidays. Knowledge of MedTech-32 would be an advantage though training will be given.

Stand up reach truck fork lift operator/ general storeman

Full Time | Manufacturing | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

About the business PAK n SAVE New Plymouth is a well established Taranaki owned business About the role Work with a team to fill the retail grocery area of the store. Forklift work from 3.00am to 8.00am in the retail area, then general storeroom duties from 8.00am to 11.30am. Tuesday to saturday Skills and experience Applicants need to have a forklift licence and ideally are familiar with crown standup forklifts. The application form will include these questions: Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in New Zealand? How many years' experience do you have as a forklift driver? Do you have experience operating a forklift? Do you have experience operating high reach forklifts?

Farm Sustainability Services Senior Specialist

Full Time | Agriculture, Farming, Forestry & Fishing | South Taranaki District

Company description: Ballance Agri-Nutrients is a New Zealand farmer-owned co-operative that helps its customers to farm more productively, profitably and sustainably. Job description: At Ballance Agri-Nutrients, we're proud to work with New Zealand farmers to nourish our soils and keep our country growing. We're a 100% kiwi-owned cooperative and committed to working alongside our communities and customers to create a strong, sustainable future for all New Zealanders. We're currently looking for a Farm Sustainability Services Senior Specialist to join our team to be based in either Hawkes Bay or Manawatu. Working with farmers, councils, regulators, policy-makers and consultants, you help to manage the expectations of these stakeholders and work to achieve sustainable and compliant farming systems. As a Nutrient Management expert you are a source of sound advice and technical knowledge, with the latest land management, farm system and product knowledge to deliver value on-farm. Keeping up with evolving regulations, you outline good management practice on farm and develop environment plans. Your days are spent influencing, coaching, advocating and making connections within the industry, and passing on leads and insights to the wider Ballance business. You are a trusted consultant and business advisor to all stakeholders you work with. You'll be most suited to the role if you have: * CNMA qualification and are a competent user of OverseerFM * A strong understanding of New Zealand Farm Systems * A strong understanding of farm environmental practices (the good and the bad) * The ability to network and build relationships with farmers, industry bodies and external stakeholders * Problem-solving skills and empathy/understanding As well as supporting the success of our farmers in New Zealand, we're big on growing our people which is why we believe in harnessing your talents and creating opportunities to develop you and your career with Ballance. Rewarding the great work of our team is important too which is why we offer a range of benefits for you and your family. So come and make your place with us - "Together, creating the best soil and feed on Earth". It's a big ambition but we can't think of a better one for the good of our customers and our country. Applications close 25 October 2019 07 572 7900 www.ballance.co.nz Right to live and work You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.

Plunket Nurse - South Taranaki

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

Are you a Registered Nurse or a Well Child trained Nurse? Passionate about improving health outcomes for children? Taranaki Plunket are seeking a dynamic and enthusiastic Registered Nurse to work on a permanent basis 0.8 FTE, four days per week, in the Eltham, Kaponga and Opunake areas of South Taranaki, to deliver Well Child Tamariki Ora services in line with our three overarching goals. Healthy tamariki - We make sure every child/tamariki has the opportunity to be as healthy and well as they can be (0-5 years) Confident whānau - We build the confidence and knowledge of whānau and families across New Zealand Connected communities - We make sure no family/whānau is left isolated, disconnected or unable to cope Working for Plunket gives you the opportunity to contribute to ensuring New Zealand is a place where all tamariki and whānau thrive. As a Plunket Nurse you will play a vital part in assessing babies' development at key stages, promoting health and education for children up to five years of age, and supporting care-givers to develop their parenting skills. You'll manage a client portfolio and will enjoy building relationships with whanau and families. We offer a friendly and thorough orientation to help you become familiar with the requirements of the Plunket Nurse role informed by our strategies, people, systems and policies. Continuing supportive working environment, supervision, training and professional development opportunities. As New Zealand's largest provider of support services for the development, health and wellbeing of children under the age of five, we have a trusted and respected brand but we are not about to rest on our laurels and become complacent. Plunket people are passionate about what they do and have a shared desire to make a difference. We're embarking on an exciting transformation and you could help shape it. The successful candidate will be: a Registered Nurse with a current Annual Practicing Certificate committed to undertaking a one year postgraduate certificate programme in Well Child Health committed to practising in a manner that reflects the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi an excellent communicator and fluent in written and spoken English able to build and maintain strong relationships within the community, clients and Plunket staff have a full New Zealand driver's licence with the ability to drive a manual car a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident experienced working with families from diverse cultural and socio economic backgrounds. Interviews will take place in mid-November. Click here to view the role description To view the position description or to apply for this role please refer to www.plunket.org.nz/careers For further information please contact Sharlene Sampson, Clinical Leader, 0274977673. Applications close Sunday, 3 November 2019. logo Right to live and work You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.

Electrical Apprentices for New Plymouth & Hawera, Taranaki

Full Time | Trades & Services | All Taranaki

JLE Electrical is one of New Zealand's leading providers of Electrical Services to the Industrial sector. Due to high demand for our services we are currently seeking sharp, skilled and motivated Apprentice Electricians who want to learn a trade and build a career in the Taranaki region. General responsibilities: Assist Qualified Electricians by performing tasks under their direct supervision Experience working with hand tools, power tool and electronic test equipment Work with a commitment to safety Uphold the core values of JLE Electrical Keep work area clean Treat tools with respect Work on ladders, lifts, and elevated platforms Identify electrical parts and components Keep up with changing technology Stay current with the National Electrical Code Be punctual, professional and act with Integrity Requirements: Electrical pre-trade study advantageous Valid full/restricted NZ driver’s license, preferably for a manual vehicle NCEA Level 2 minimum Reliable transportation Proficient in mathematics and Physics Commitment to undertake electrical studies, exams, and to complete electrical registration If you believe you have what it takes, Apply Now!! Online Applications close at 5pm on the 8th November 2019. To apply for this position please email your CV and a brief cover letter to humanresources@jle.co.nz or via the Seek website. 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? Are you willing to undergo pre-employment drug and alcohol screening? Right to live and work You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.

Technical Specialist, Construction and Engineering

Full Time | Construction - Other | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Be a subject matter expert across the business and with our external stakeholders Full-time permanent role with the option to be based in any of our North Island offices Great benefits including life, trauma and income protection insurances We're looking looking for a Technical Specialist - Construction, Plant & Equipment to join our Technical Programmes and Support team. The team's mission is to enhance and advance workplace health and safety outcomes through technical knowledge and focuses on being the ‘go to' experts for internal and external stakeholders for engineering, hazardous substances and work related health. As the Technical Specialist you will provide construction, plant & equipment expertise to develop and support the Operations group in their regulatory functions and provide technical advice to external stakeholders. You will also promote and reinforce continuous improvement in safety, standards and quality in New Zealand workplaces. As part of your role, you'll have the opportunity for continuous professional development through memberships with professional bodies and attending industry conferences. You'll also: Maintain up-to-date technical knowledge to ensure the provision of relevant, up-to-date advice on technical safety issues Contribute to and/or lead targeted technical programmes Apply thought leadership in the area of construction, plant & equipment Develop and maintain networks to understand what is happening in industry and the workplace Contribute to the development and delivery of training programmes for staff to ensure WorkSafe is building knowledge and information streams about safe workplace practices into New Zealand workplaces To be successful in this role, you'll need to be qualified and highly skilled in the area of construction, plant and equipment. You may be coming from another regulatory role, or have been on the tools. Engineers or professionals from the mining sector may also suit this role. You'll also need: Experience in applying specialist knowledge in a regulatory environment Sound knowledge of health and safety legislation and demonstrated ability to contribute technical expertise to health and safety regulatory activities (e.g. investigations) Excellent report writing and communication skills An ability to translate and communicate technical information into simple language To be able to obtain, hold and maintain a HSWA ID card. To be able to obtain, hold or maintain chartered status or equivalent registration. Our Health and Technical Services team are a high-performing and collegial group of professionals, so a self-starter with a collaborative working style and the ability to coach and mentor others will fit this group well. This role does require travel across New Zealand and mainly to our Wellington and Auckland offices. About WorkSafe WorkSafe New Zealand, 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. About our Health and Technical Services team The Health and Technical Services team consists of experts from a range of specialities, including asbestos, hazardous substances, occupational hygienists, engineering, permitting, and more. The team is continuing to expand, with key roles in psychosocial harm, health and safety by design and work-related health also under recruitment. Benefits at WorkSafe WorkSafe offer 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. Applications close on Sunday 27th October 2019. For further information please contact careers@worksafe.govt.nz with any queries. To find out more about WorkSafe New Zealand go to www.worksafe.govt.nz.

Java Developer

Full Time | IT | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Move to an affordable region to live or work from Auckland Awesome lifestyle, affordable living and 2nd ranked region in the world Apply or phone for a confidential chat IT JavaScript Developers Permanent or Contract position The Taranaki region has been ranked as the second best region in the world to visit by Lonely Planet and the region offers fantastic opportunities for individuals and families whether you have a passion for the outdoors, you enjoy awesome surf beaches or love it’s café lifestyle – it has it all. On top of this the region has Affordable Housing so you will be able to either afford to purchase a house or to upgrade your current one. And this exciting opportunity is based in the heart of this! About the business and the role Monkeytoe is a nationwide company with offices in Auckland, Hawera, Wellington, Christchurch and Melbourne. They are seen as industry leading specialists in designing, supplying and the installing of egress systems and HVAC platforms for the New Zealand and Australian markets. Their clients range from Architects and builders nationwide. They are innovative and have a real passion for what they do. With this company progressively moving forward and seen as the market leader within New Zealand they are definitely going places and are looking for two likeminded Developers to join them on their exciting journey! These roles will ideally be based at their Head Office in South Taranaki or as a second option potentially from their Mangorei (South Auckland) Branch. Job tasks and responsibilities Key tasks will be the initial learning of Monkeytoes product range before having specialized training whether here in New Zealand or in the United States to learn their new product configuration software. It will be implemented and then utilized by Monkeytoe employees (via portal or installed software) as well as customers from architects through to engineers and HVAC and mechanical suppliers. This will be a key data management portal which will help their professional project team make the sound decisions they need to ensure they are working off the latest and common set of information. As MonkeyToe have a wide range of products the ongoing work would include adding in components and specifying requirements relative to their defined section. It will be a busy position and you will be working within a highly professional team who pride themselves on providing the very best in terms of products and services to their clientele. You’ll be pragmatic, agile and will have pride and passion for connecting with what their internal and external customer’s needs, ultimately delivering real value. You will love tackling tough technical challenges and must have the proven track record in developing and reviewing new features, to problem solve and to squash bugs! Key skills required will include: 5+ years of JavaScript applications experience Cad experience (ideally including Inventor ETO) Strong Coding skills and knowledge of SQL Have excellent and energetic communication skills Have strong attention to detail Be well organized Be highly skillful in your work to ensure the company is represented in a professional manner Your ability to deal with pressure, your high level problem solving and communication skills are all major competencies required in this role. You must have the ability to interact successfully with both internal and external parties at all levels and have excellent report writing skills. In return for your commitment, you will be rewarded with an excellent remuneration package and you will have the opportunity to work within a proven and innovative team that has the reputation of providing the very best in client solutions. Monkeytoe are a drug free company and you must be able to pass a drug test as random drug testing does take place. Please apply for this permanent position with an updated CV and Covering Letter or for a confidential discussion and further details please contact Bruce at NES Global Talent on 021 247 7311. 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 bruce.jordan@nesgt.com 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.

Clinical Services Manager

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

An exciting opportunity to join our dedicated team as an experienced Clinical Services Manager on a permanent full-time basis at Telford Lifecare, New Plymouth. We are Heritage At Heritage Lifecare, we provide residential aged care services and facilities throughout New Zealand to over 2,500 people. As a trusted aged care provider, our successful growth has stemmed from the ability to nurture and grow environments that feel like home – promoting inclusion, interaction and strong community values. Respecting individuals, both residents and staff, is the foundation stone on which Heritage Lifecare has been built. Why work anywhere else Telford Lifecare is a 53-bed care home and hospital with a 16-unit village, located in the Taranaki city of New Plymouth. The region has stunning scenery, picturesque parks, coastal walkways, and the majestic Mount Taranaki – making it a popular place to work, live and raise a family. It is an attractive lifestyle with beaches close by, few traffic woes, affordable housing, the beautiful Pukekura Park, and many great amenities -including cafes and schools. Why would you want to work anywhere else? The Opportunity Our Clinical Services Managers will work closely with the Care Home & Village Manager to ensure the effective management of the facility and be responsible for providing high level clinical leadership and support. You will monitor the provision of clinical care to residents and ensure the highest standards are maintained. This is an opportunity to work in an environment where we value career Applicants should have the following: Experience in leading and managing staff Substantial experience in the aged care facility 3-4 years post registration experience The skills and experience to lead, direct and continually evaluate the clinical services within the facility Excellent verbal and written communication skills Sound management, analytical and decision-making skills InterRai training, and medimap experience e-Case Knowledge of the health and disability sector standards and the ability to manage a robust quality system Excellent time management skills Availability for shift-work (AM, PM, Night and Weekends) If you want to work for one of New Zealand’s largest and most progressive aged care employers, we would like to hear from you. We review applications once received. Hence, interviews could take place before the closing date of this advertisement. If this role appeals to you, we would like to hear from you as soon as possible to increase your chance of an interview. Right to live and work You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.

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