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Data Scientist/Analyst

Full Time | Science & Technology | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Are you looking to take your career to the next level and be the best in your field? Do you enjoy working with data to come up with innovative solutions? Do you want to work for a global company with global opportunities? Do you want to work on exciting, future-focused projects? Do you want a lifestyle where the beach is at your front doorstep, a mountain is at your backdoor and you only have a 10-minute commute to work? If you answered ‘yes’ to these questions, this could be the opportunity you have been waiting for. OMV is a major European employer with a strong international footprint and growth focus here in Taranaki. OMV is producing and marketing oil and gas, innovative energy and high-end petrochemical solutions – in a responsible way. OMV has a strong local focus and has big ambitions to lead the way in digital transformation. OMV has an exciting opportunity for a Data Scientist/Analyst to join their team. This position will use data mining techniques including pattern detection, graph analysis or statistical analysis to answer complex questions from the business and also assist the business to make sound decisions. In this role you will: Support the identification of what is available and relevant, including internal and external data sources, leveraging new data collection processes such as smart meters and geo-location information or social media Support interactive processes with the business and validates findings and presents then in easy to understand terms Work with IT stakeholders to support data collective, integration and retention requirements based on the input collected with the business. Support educating the organization both from IT and the business perspectives on these new approaches, such as testing hypotheses and statistical validation of results You will also have: A minimum tertiary qualification in the relevant field Computer Science, Engineering, Geoscience, Information Technology or Business Administration Strong SQL skills Advance Microsoft Excel skills Skills in scripting language, such as Python or R, and interested in learning new skills, tools and methods Power BI and data visualization skills Experience in pattern detection, graph analysis, and statistical analysis The ability to build, manage and maintain stakeholders at all levels of the organisation Able to provide technical advice and demonstrate practical skills Experience using Agile practices Industry experience (preferable, not essential) What's in it for you? Competitive remuneration and benefits Opportunity to contribute to a newly created business function focused on digitalisation Opportunity for personal growth and career development Flexible work environment Work in a complex, challenging environment within a high performing team If this sounds like an organisation you want to contribute to and grow your career, then please apply online via our HRIS through the following link (rather than applying through Seek directly) https://hart.montageonline.co.nz/public/process/new/application/15696 For more information about the role or for a confidential discussion please contact Kate Bridgeman at Strategy Collective on 06 759 7044 or kate@strategycollective.co.nz Applications close: 5:00 pm Tuesday 29 October 2019 Please note: Internally the role is known as Expert Data Science and Analytics, for global alignment purposes 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 data scientist?

Training Coordinator

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

New Plymouth Have an interest in Human Resources, Health and Safety and Training? Competitive pay Strong, industry leading brand Career development and training oportunities! This role supports the identification and coordination of training needs through interpreting client competency requirements and organising relevant training. At Dialog Fitzroy we are committed to building strong relationships with our customers, truly understanding and predicting their needs and bringing them world leading insights and solutions, all delivered through great people. To help us achieve this, we are looking for an enthusiastic Training Coordinator to join the team. Key responsibilities for this role include: Interpreting client contract requirements Arranging training courses and coordinating attendance Managing training supplier relationships Documenting training bonds as appropriate Managing apprenticeships Ensuring training, qualification, and certification records are compliant in our system and customer / client systems Providing training matrices for internal and external clients Tracking and completion of monthly reporting Understanding internal training needs and working with training providers to design appropriate training Working closely with the onboarding team to ensure new hires are setup You'll be a good communicator with a strong customer focus, whose strong organisational and coordination skills will allow you to ensure training is arranged and delivered within specified timeframes. To be successful you will need to have: Previous experience with the NZQA system and the application of unit standards Knowledge of trade, health & safety and related qualifications / certifications within the engineering, scaffolding and industrial coatings industries Ability to identify and action training needs through the use of databases Experience with the preparation and delivery of reports using database information Experience with Word, Excel and other office programmes Preference given to applicants who can start immediately If you are seeking an opportunity in 2019 where your passion for service delivery and knowledge of training standards are recognised and rewarded, this could be the opportunity you are looking for. To apply for this role, and for your application to progress, you must visit "fitzroycareers.com/Vacancies/4895500/title/Training-Coordinator" to submit your application. Without this step, your application will not proceed, so be sure to head to our website! Applications close 08 November 2019

Regional Supply Chain Manager - Lower North Island

Full Time | Manufacturing | South Taranaki District

Join a global leader and enjoy a role with significant impact and exposure Become part of New Zealand’s largest supply chain network Base yourself in a beautiful lifestyle location and showcase your strong leadership experience Your impact If you know what it takes to lead and motivate a large team to achieve operational excellence and world class customer satisfaction then this role is for you! As Regional Supply Chain Manager looking after the Lower North Island region, you will be responsible for our Distribution Centres in Whareroa, Pahiatua and Eltham and oversight of our 3PL network in region. Being based in Whareroa and reporting to the General Manager - NZ Distribution Centres and managing a team of 5 direct reports, you will enjoy a dynamic role with real impact and influence. Be accountable for the delivery of the strategic plan across the region, leading and coaching a diverse team to achieve agreed objectives. You will also take ownership of Fonterra products moving through the supply chain, ensuring regulatory requirements are met and that we are on track with meeting our strategic direction of the Global Supply Chain. With a strong focus on leadership, People, Health and Food Safety and customer satisfaction you will build strong internal and externals networks of relationships with a wide stakeholder group. Key accountabilities are: Lead and develop the regional strategy and business plan – ensuring objectives are met and in line with NZDC strategy Operational Excellence – accountable for KPI reporting, ensure legislative requirements are met and oversee the planning and scheduling of several sites within the region Leadership – inspire and motivate teams to lift performance and engagement Financial – management of annual budgets and forecast, ensuring spend for sites are within budget About you As this is a significant role with plenty of responsibility, we are looking for a pragmatic leader who has the ability to influence and coach across all levels of the business and establish meaningful relationships with core strategic partners. A seasoned logistics and supply chain specialist with strong operational understanding will succeed in this impactful role. Preferably you know what it takes to lead a unionised workforce and have experience across a multi-site operation. Additionally you are willing and flexible to travel on a regular basis ensuring you engage face to face with your teams on site and monthly travel more broadly within NZ. You will bring to the role: Commercial Acumen – financial expertise to manage significant size cost centre Charismatic Leadership – ability to lead and motivate a diverse workforce across several sites Multi-site experience – understanding the challenges that come with leading teams across regions and sites Expertise with developing and delivering a strategic plan - ensuring all partners are aware of responsibilities Preferable FMCG, food or pharmaceutical industry experience - having worked in a large international business Experience and delivery of strategic plans within a multi-site operation, strongly linked to business objectives Robust understanding or legal and regulatory requirements in the transport industry Join a global leader in this unique leadership role that will provide career progression, real impact and great exposure to one of New Zealand’s largest supply chain networks. Apply today!

Communications Specialist

Full Time | Marketing, Media, Creative & Comms | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

New Plymouth Are you ready for an exciting and varied role working in a dynamic team, tasked with creating and delivering impactful internal communications, which assist an organisation to bring a strategic vision to life? We have the exciting opportunity for a highly engaging, outstanding communicator to join our driven and innovative Marketing and Customer Experience team, as Communications Specialist. We’re looking for a team player whose positive attitude and determination doesn’t waiver under pressure, someone who embraces change and loves a challenge, a person who will be respected and trusted at all levels of the organisation. In this role, you’ll utilise your impeccable writing skills, strategic thinking, knack for building relationships, creativity and effective planning, to deliver engaging and user-friendly internal communications to TSB. You’ll work closely with the Media and Communications Manager to help shape and deliver the Bank’s strategic plan for internal communications, including organisation wide engagement, management of reputational risks and issues, communications planning for projects, supporting our people to deliver great customer outcomes and providing secondary support for direct customer communications. To be successful in this role you’ll need a solid background working in communications or journalism, a high level of integrity and emotional intelligence, the ability to collaborate effectively and be dedicated to continuous improvement. In line with this, you’ll have: A degree in communications, journalism or related discipline 5-7 years in a communications, journalism or similar role A motivated, positive outlook and one team approach Exceptional writing and grammar, with superb editing and proofreading skills, as well as an ability to present concepts verbally Experience in providing specialist communication advice and planning in a project or issues style environment Strong ability to grow relationships across a wide range of teams Direct experience and working knowledge of internal communication practices and channels Experience working with technical specialists and a demonstrated curiosity for how audiences consume and experience content Who are we? We’re a 100% New Zealand owned bank which cares about profit for purpose. By working at TSB your contribution directly benefits New Zealanders because the Bank is focussed on doing what’s right for our people, customers and communities. 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 2019 Consumer NZ People’s Choice Award for Banking four 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! Closing date: Wednesday 23rd October For a copy of the Job Description visit https://www.qjumpers.co.nz/58037/desc/ Any recruitment queries please contact recruitment@tsb.co.nz 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.

Environmental Scientist

Contract | Science & Technology | Stratford / Central Taranaki District

State of the Environment, fixed-term (14 months) Do you want to work for the present and future benefit of a prosperous and vibrant region with a high quality natural environment? At Taranaki Regional Council, our mission is to responsibly and effectively promote the sustainable use, development and protection of Taranaki's natural and physical resources while representing and advocating Taranaki's regional interests. The role of Environmental Scientist - State of the Environment is part of our wider Science Services team and is particularly responsible for supporting the delivery of the Council's state of the environment monitoring responsibilities and programmes as required under the Resource Management Act 1991. This fixed-term, parental leave cover role includes coordinating the implementation of state of the environment monitoring programmes associated with the environmental resources of the region, the Council's policy documents, and national obligations. This integral role provides technical reporting to senior staff and other Environmental Scientists on state of the environment monitoring, reporting, and interpretation across freshwater, marine, soils, terrestrial ecology environmental domains, and contributes to the Council's policy and plan development and review. The role combines technical competence integrating interpretation across all environmental domains, and the ability to communicate effectively. The successful candidate will ideally hold a post-graduate or graduate qualification in one or more science disciplines, together with working knowledge of the current and proposed national policy statement and national environmental standard for freshwater. Proven practical experience in the understanding of ecosystem functionality would be advantageous together with natural resource monitoring and data interpretation. Both range and depth of experience will be considered. Statistical skills are a necessary part of the position. A high degree of self motivation is essential, as is the ability to provide technical support and motivate other staff in a project management capacity. You will be able to deliver projects (including preparation and completion of reporting, and data transfer) on time and within budget and have excellent written and oral communication skills. Accuracy, integrity, and commitment to quality are essential. Taranaki Regional Council, based in Stratford, offers an attractive workplace in a friendly and supportive environment. More details, including the job description, are available on our website www.trc.govt.nz. For any further information, please Karen Smylie, HR Manager on (06) 765 7127. Applications close on Thursday, 24 October 2019 and must be made directly through our website www.trc.govt.nz The Council is committed to the concept of equal employment opportunities. Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Client Services Executive

Full Time | Customer service & call centre | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Fantastic full-time opportunities are available for energetic, sales and target driven individuals who are customer-focused and ready to get started with their career. A key area of your role is that you will be responsible for assisting with the growth of subscriptions based through new sales. This requires a disciplined approach to prospect identification, preparation of sample data, interaction through phone and email communications and customer service. The primary objective of this position is to sign new subscribers to the service and offer a level of customer service which ensures subscription renewal About the role: Achieve personal share of new sales budget each month and meet all productivity and behavioral KPI's Lead management, contact, and communication as per company training Identify prospective clients Approach the required number of leads per day, including 30 outbound phone calls, research clients specific needs and send a least 7 proposals per day Follow up via email or telephone to establish if the prospect has an interest in the tender data we have forwarded and would like to subscribe, in the timeframe agreed Ensure the customer is set up to gain the full potential from the subscription service. Ensure the post-sale service onboarding process is completed You don't want to miss these opportunities, so get in quick, don't wait and apply today, these won't last long! You will need: To have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal To be self-motivating, with an approachable and enthusiastic outlook To love a challenge and be target driven To be computer literate with advanced knowledge in Microsoft Office applications To have the ability to work in an open office environment as part of the team The ability to perform well under pressure To have strong organisation skills and the ability to prioritise To have the ability to apply discretion and maintain the confidentiality of information and knowledge The ability to demonstrate a record of successful sales in a similar role or in a relevant industry or sector To demonstrate the ability to meet deadlines and to respond productively to changing requirements brought on by peak periods and a verity of tasks A competitive remuneration package is on offer including full cover health insurance and is complimented with a substantial additional earning of an uncapped commission structure, plus full training and required tools of trade to secure the sale! If you are the superstar we are looking for and ready for the next exciting challenge in your career, then please apply online today with an updated copy of your CV to Janette Thompson at Adecco Personnel Limited. Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Head Teacher (New Plymouth)

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

We're looking for an enthusiastic Head Teacher to take the lead in our Toddlers room at BestStart Mangorei Road, where our diverse learning programme is focused on making the world a better place. If you're an experienced, fully certified teacher with a passion for quality ECE and have what it takes to support the growth and development of others, this is the job for you! As our new Head Teacher, you will take pride in contributing to the professional reputation of the centre and creating a warm and welcoming environment for children, parents/whanau. Working alongside the Centre Manager, two other Head Teachers and a fantastic teaching team, you'll be responsible for leading and motivating our Toddlers team ensuring the Centre's philosophy and values are reflected in practice. As part of our BestStart family you will enjoy: A competitive remuneration Free healthcare and generously subsidised childcare Paid Teacher Registration and First Aid Paid staff meetings Extra sick days An extensive support and guidance network Ongoing development opportunities and more! Our new Head Teacher will have proven leadership skills with a strong passion for the growth and development of others. You will bring experience mentoring PCT's/students and will have strong communication skills to be able to engage and build rapport with a diverse range of people. To be considered for this position you must hold an ECE teaching qualification at level 7 with full certification. What are you waiting for? Apply for this awesome leadership opportunity in New Plymouth today! For further information phone Amanda Morgan, Recruitment Specialist on 021 623 337. Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Commercial Property Manager

Full Time | Real estate & Property | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Popular shopping centre facility in New Plymouth 80 leases to manage Upto $75k Salary Retail Centre Manager job in New Plymouth Your new company This large organisation is a global investment business, with a speciality in real estate and infrastructure, and specialist expertise in fixed income, equities and multi-asset solutions. Your new role The role of Operations Manager represents a leadership position within the Centre Management team that supports the Centre Manager deliver the Business Plan objectives of the asset. The primary areas of focus are to uphold operational safety, performance and compliance. What you'll need to succeed Operations, Asset or facility management experience at a senior level as part of a shopping centre or property management team Contract / relationship management experience ensuring the relationship with contract service providers and/or retailers, including negotiation, interpretation, and application of leases Competent computer skills in relevant systems and applications You will require the ability to utilise established financial systems to track budgets and highlights variances to manage and control cost variables What you'll get in return Permanent full-time employment Global business that could potentially take you anywhere in the world Leadership role providing you with full autonomy What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' or forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to lexi.dalgitytait@hays.net.nz or call Lexi now on +644736860 If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

Registered Nurse - Acute Mental Health

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

Taranaki Base Hospital, New Plymouth 2 x 0.7 FTE Available, Permanent Roster pattern 3 days on, 3 days off, rotating between Afternoons and Nights We are currently looking for suitably qualified Registered Nurses with experience in acute mental health to undertake an exciting new role working flexibly across our Mental Health Inpatient unit and Assessment & Brief Care (ABC) Team as a circulating nurse. This role will work afternoon shifts including weekends and public holidays as required. Based in the Inpatient unit you will respond to increased acuity in the ward as well as increased demand for assessments with the ABC Team, mainly in the Emergency Department and/or the New Plymouth Police station. Suitable candidates will have: recent acute mental health experience (preferably both inpatient and crisis assessment) highly developed mental state and risk assessment skills experience using talking therapy techniques and proven de-escalation skills is essential. a current and valid Annual Practising Certificate with NZ Nursing Council and a current Drivers licence. 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 (2,000 staff) operating in the exciting, changing Health sector. Please apply online from this page. Click here for a full job description. For further enquiries please contact Ross Ekdahl on (06) 753 6139 or email ross.ekdahl@tdhb.org.nz Applications close on 27 October 2019. Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Family Violence Facilitator

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

Family Violence Facilitator We Value our staff as much as our clients Join our dedicated team with this Casual or Part Time role (8 -12 hours per week) delivering group and individual family violence programs. Family Works services are provided by Presbyterian Support Central, which is one of New Zealand's most respected not-for-profit organisations. Our teams enjoy benefits of on going training and professional development with competitive remuneration. This role requires an enthusiastic professional committed to providing quality services in the Taranaki community. Strong links and knowledge of this community is essential. You need to hold a relevant tertiary qualification in Counselling, Therapy, Family Violence or Social Work and have experience of delivering services to families and individuals who have experienced family violence. You will conduct comprehensive assessments including risk assessments and you will deliver curriculum based non violence programs (group and individual) It would be advantageous to have experience in group work with offenders and experience in crisis management and safety planning. We are able to offer some flexibility I terms of work hours but some programmes will be delivered at night or on a Saturday. If you have a dynamic and flexible approach to work, previous experience working with family violence offenders, a commitment to the Treaty of Waitangi and sound cultural practices then we wish to hear from you. To apply or for more information visit our website: https://psc.qjumpers.co.nz/jobs/ or contact Regional Manager Megan Jackson on: megan.jackson@psc.org.nz or 0297713293 Closing date for applications: 25 October 2019 For a copy of the Job Description visit https://www.qjumpers.co.nz/58030/desc/ Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Housekeeper

Full Time | Hospitality & Tourism | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Housekeeper Taranaki Family Works Are you an energetic person, with an eye for detail? You need to be well organised with great interpersonal skills and a sense of humour? Family Works are committed to the wellbeing of children and families. If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you. We are looking for a housekeeper who can be available for 3 hours on a week night e.g. wed 5-8pm. Family Works offers staff a supportive environment. Please note: please apply only if you have the legal right to work in New Zealand Family works operates a 'Smoke Free' policy Closing Date: 25.10.19 For more information or to apply, please visit: https://psc.qjumpers.co.nz/jobs To discuss the role or for more information, contact Melle Hargreaves, Team Leader on 06 758 5037 Cleaning our counselling rooms, company cars and bathrooms, which are based at 69 Corbett Road, New Plymouth. For a copy of the Job Description visit https://www.qjumpers.co.nz/58031/desc/ Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Environmental Scientist

Full Time | Government & Council | All Taranaki

State of the Environment, fixed-term (14 months) Do you want to work for the present and future benefit of a prosperous and vibrant region with a high quality natural environment? At Taranaki Regional Council, our mission is to responsibly and effectively promote the sustainable use, development and protection of Taranaki's natural and physical resources while representing and advocating Taranaki's regional interests. The role of Environmental Scientist - State of the Environment is part of our wider Science Services team and is particularly responsible for supporting the delivery of the Council's state of the environment monitoring responsibilities and programmes as required under the Resource Management Act 1991. This fixed-term, parental leave cover role includes coordinating the implementation of state of the environment monitoring programmes associated with the environmental resources of the region, the Council's policy documents, and national obligations. This integral role provides technical reporting to senior staff and other Environmental Scientists on state of the environment monitoring, reporting, and interpretation across freshwater, marine, soils, terrestrial ecology environmental domains, and contributes to the Council's policy and plan development and review. The role combines technical competence integrating interpretation across all environmental domains, and the ability to communicate effectively. The successful candidate will ideally hold a post-graduate or graduate qualification in one or more science disciplines, together with working knowledge of the current and proposed national policy statement and national environmental standard for freshwater. Proven practical experience in the understanding of ecosystem functionality would be advantageous together with natural resource monitoring and data interpretation. Both range and depth of experience will be considered. Statistical skills are a necessary part of the position. A high degree of self motivation is essential, as is the ability to provide technical support and motivate other staff in a project management capacity. You will be able to deliver projects (including preparation and completion of reporting, and data transfer) on time and within budget and have excellent written and oral communication skills. Accuracy, integrity, and commitment to quality are essential. Taranaki Regional Council, based in Stratford, offers an attractive workplace in a friendly and supportive environment. More details, including the job description, are available on our website www.trc.govt.nz. For any further information, please Karen Smylie, HR Manager on (06) 765 7127. Applications close on Thursday, 24 October 2019 and must be made directly through our website www.trc.govt.nz The Council is committed to the concept of equal employment opportunities.

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