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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.

HEAVY DIESEL MECHANIC/SERVICE TECHNICIAN

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

What does it take to be a great Technician with us? You need experience in maintaining heavy equipment as well as general machinery. Engineering or auto electrical qualities would also work in your favor, including experience with electronic diagnostic equipment. Based in Taranaki, New Zealand, EHL Group is a “innovative solution provider”, we are committed to excellent customer service with a Team of highly motivated staff who have the ability to think outside the box. We are always interested in hearing from like-minded individuals who want to be part of our Team. The Role Your role will be mainly workshop based with some field service, so we are looking for someone who is technically very capable of handling different day to day challenges along with the ability to convey technical information across different levels of customers. You will be required to complete servicing, maintenance and reactive repairs for a wide range of plant and brands including Volvo, Yanmar, Sennebogen. In return you will be well rewarded with a competitive hourly rate. If you are looking for variety – this is a fantastic opportunity for someone who wants to expand their skill base or are just looking for a change. Requirements: • Trade qualifications in Diesel or Mechanical Engineering (other automotive qualifications considered); • Good understanding of mechanical, hydraulic, electrical systems and basic engineering/fabrication; • Ability to fault find and rectify; • Someone who doesn’t mind doing that little bit extra on the job to complete it; • Someone open to new learning as we service a range of different types of machinery: excavators, bulldozers, loaders, trucks, generators, directional drills, EWPs, industrial water blasters. • Ideally you will be familiar with parts and components for complex machinery and engines as well as having the tools to fix them. Want to join a great Team Want a Better Work-Life balance Want a Safe Living Environment Want a Great Place to call Home Check Us Out – www.ehlsolutions.com Check Taranaki, New Zealand Out – www.liveandwork.taranaki.info Then: Register Your Interest Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Sorter

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

Good old kiwi ingenuity, a great team culture and a relentless commitment to preserve New Zealand's natural beauty and resources, ensure we produce the best possible outcomes for both our customers and the environment. We require a Sorter to join our New Plymouth based team on a permanent basis. This role will assist various sites which may include operating Transfer Stations, undertaking customer service duties and/or sorting recyclable materials at the Material Recycling Facility (MRF). This is a varied role, with opportunities to learn various parts of the business. To be successful, you will have: o General labouring experience o Motivation to learn and work as part of a team o Class 1 licence - F and W endorsement are an advantage however we can work with you on this if required and for the right candidate o Have working knowledge and understanding of Health & Safety, and the importance of o Be Supportive and Respectful This is a full time role, Monday to Friday, 6am - 2.30pm. EnviroNZ encompasses EnviroWaste, ChemWaste, EnviroWay & EnviroEarth as one of New Zealand's most successful and innovative waste services providers with over 43 branches spanning the length of the country. The successful applicant will be required to undertake a Pre-Employment Health Assessment (including drugs test) and complete a Ministry of Justice criminal records check, the results of which must be to EnviroNZ's satisfaction. Applicants must also have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa. If you wish to apply for this position please click apply now and complete the online application form and submit an updated copy of your CV. We look forward to receiving your application!

Landscape Architect | Urban Designer

Full Time | Construction & Architecture / Design | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

BOON are looking for a motivated individual to join the team. Formerly Boon Goldsmith Bhaskar Brebner, we are a design company of some 45 years in the making and employ 24 talented and Taranaki based staff. We are architects, designers, building technologists, and project managers. We are a member of the TEAM ARCHITECTS group of companies with nine offices through NZ and our public, private, and corporate work takes us from Northland to Southland, Australia and Asia. Our practice structure is based on a spirit of collaboration, an understanding that nothing happens in isolation, and the premise that the contribution of all people within give the company its form and strength. Our projects are increasingly multi-disciplinary and as a Landscape Architect/Urban designer with BOON you will cover urban master planning, development scheme plans, landscape design, RMA landscape and visual assessment work. Applicants should have experience in: advocating for good landscape design in the urban, rural and coastal environments, landscape planning, with particular experience providing landscape assessment evidence for the resource consenting process. Environment court experience is a benefit, urban renewal and the master planning of small to large sites, working with clients and community stakeholders on social and community facility projects, working with a variety of stakeholders, including local and central government, as well as mana whenua. Remuneration will be negotiated and be commensurate with your skill set and experience. Part-time or flexible working hours will be considered. BOON has a diverse and inclusive culture which enjoys the outdoors and makes the most of life in Taranaki. Taranaki – is the home to short commutes, quality short (and long) blacks and a full cultural and sports events calendar - so if you’re after a great balance between career and lifestyle, then an opportunity with BOON in Taranaki is sure to tempt you. To be considered for this role, please Apply for this job and submit the following supporting documents. • A covering letter • CV • Digital Portfolio or description of work that best illustrates your abilities. Applications close Sunday 31st October 2018

Architect Lead

Full Time | IT | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Our Information Services team has an exciting opportunity for a talented IT Architect to provide strategic leadership and operational support to a range of stakeholders across the organisation. In this role you will provide effective strategy and IT architecture leadership that supports the linkage and alignment of NPDC's strategic requirements and key business processes with IT applications and infrastructure. You will be responsible for identifying, analysing and developing IT strategies, actionable solution designs and roadmaps that support existing and future business needs, while providing advice and guidance. To be successful in this leadership role you will need the ability to inspire and bring out the best in your team. You will promote Council's values, enabling the team to see how their work contributes to our community's vision of Building a Lifestyle Capital. Combined with a technical background, you will need the communication skills to effectively translate and advise on IT architecture and strategy. You will have a tertiary level IT qualification and/or recognised qualifications, eight or more years' experience in IT service design and delivery, including at least three years' experience in enterprise or IT solution architecture. You will demonstrate the ability to understand business requirements and translate them into specifications, while having experience in relevant programmes, software and processes. At NPDC we aim to create and sustain a truly rewarding workplace environment for our staff. We have put together an integrated Total Rewards Framework that spans Wellbeing, Development, Benefits, Culture and Recognition. The NPDC Total Rewards Framework provides a diverse range of opportunities and benefits for our staff. Who are we? We are a large organisation employing approximately 600 people, with staff based in more than 12 locations around the district. We manage the environmental, social, economic, and cultural wellbeing of the New Plymouth district - making decisions for and on behalf of the local community and setting the district's overall strategic direction. Our strategic intent is to build a lifestyle capital that puts people first, cares for our place, and supports a prosperous community. If you describe yourself as self-motivated with a can-do attitude and proven leadership, then we would like to hear from you! Applications close Sunday, 4 November 2018.

HSE Advisor

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

Fitzroy Engineering Group Limited is a leading New Zealand heavy engineering company with specialist capabilities in the design, fabrication, painting, scaffolding and maintenance of industrial projects for a number of sectors including: oil and gas, petrochemical, forestry, marine, structural steel and commercial buildings. We are seeking a suitably qualified and experienced Health, Safety and Environment Advisor in New Plymouth to support our business leaders and customers. The HSE Advisor will partner with the business to enhance and develop a proactive, safety focused culture across our various business functions. This role is based in New Plymouth however some travel will be required within Taranaki to our various site and project locations. You will need to demonstrate the following key skills and competencies: A minimum of 3 years' experience working in the field of health, safety and environment A relevant HSE tertiary qualification Highly effective written and verbal communication skills Attention to detail and high standards of delivery Previous experience in the implementation and maintenance of HSE management systems Experience with international standards (e.g. ISO 18001/45001) and internal and external auditing Working knowledge of the HSWA Act 2015 including ACC and injury management Applicants must have a valid NZ work visa. If you feel this role is for you and you have the required skills and experience, apply with your CV and cover letter at: "fitzroyengineering.recruitmenthub.co.nz" & enter ref code: 4385467. Applications close 04 November 2018

Junior/Trainee Civil Technician/Engineer

Full Time | Engineering | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

This is a chance to begin an exciting journey with BTW. You will become a core part of the team where you will be making history with BTW and will feel that your contribution makes a tangible difference. We have a team of supportive experienced engineers who will be able to expose you to a range of engineering projects while supporting you complete your NZ Diploma in Engineering (Civil). You will also: • Support Senior Engineers to provide engineering design/project delivery services to clients, using practical engineering solutions in a timely fashion. This often includes following the project from identification of issues through to construction of physical works remedies. • Undertake other civil engineering work under the guidance of Senior Engineers and assist others within the engineering team as workload dictates, including water, civil and structural works across all scopes including project management, contract documentation and supervision and client liaison. You will need: • To be currently studying towards or nearly finished the NZ Diploma in Engineering (Civil) • Preferably have some work experience related to civil engineering. • Ideally have experience undertaking field work (including assisting with surveys, field measurements and soil testing) including some knowledge of geotechnical and geological work. • Ideally some knowledge of AutoCAD/Civil3D • Good spoken English and ability to articulate issues and solutions • Timeliness of deliverables • Active listening skills - giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, and asking questions as appropriate. • Critical thinking - using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems. We offer: • Competitive remuneration, paid overtime and study leave. • Flexi-time which provides an excellent work-life balance, so you can enjoy what Taranaki has to offer. • A fantastic employee-led Training and Development Programme. • An engaging Leadership Team who will support and nurture your career. If this sounds like you, please express your interest in the role by clicking ‘Apply Now’ and attaching a copy of your CV and covering letter. You must be eligible to work in New Zealand to be considered for this position Applications for this role close on Thursday 25 October, however we may start contacting suitable candidates before this date. For a confidential discussion about this opportunity, please phone Ian Steele on +64 6 7595040 or email ian.steele@btw.nz Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Technical Capability Lead

Full Time | Engineering | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Do you have the X factor needed to build an engaged and effective team? Are you looking for a chance to make a difference in a critical leadership role in the field of Three Waters that has a direct impact on your community? If so, we might have the perfect opportunity for you! In the newly created role of Technical Capability Lead, you will lead a team of technical professionals including the operation of the three waters' laboratory and trade waste operations. To be successful in this leadership role you will need the ability to inspire and bring out the best in your team. You will promote the Council's values, enabling the team to see how their work contributes to our community's vision of a Lifestyle Capital. Combined with a technical background, you will need the communication skills to translate your team's work into sound technical advice for management and other Council teams. You will need experience in an applicable field such as water supply, wastewater treatment, environmental analysis, or engineering. Some commercial experience would be an advantage. A tertiary qualification in science or engineering is a must. At NPDC we aim to create and sustain a truly rewarding workplace environment for our staff. You can expect to start in this role between $105,601 and $113,813. We have put together an integrated Total Rewards Framework that spans Wellbeing, Development, Benefits, Culture and Recognition. The NPDC Total Rewards Framework provides a diverse range of opportunities and benefits for our staff. Why New Plymouth? New Plymouth District, with a population of around 74,000 people, makes up the largest district in Taranaki. With the stunning Mt Taranaki as a backdrop and the warm iron sands along our coast, it is no wonder Taranaki has been judged the second best region in the world to visit by Lonely Planet. In Taranaki it's easy to achieve an enviable lifestyle without having to compromise your career. Our regions' dynamic surf, multitude of parks and gardens, iconic walkways, major events calendar and mountain playground make this the place to live! Who are we? We are a large organisation employing approximately 600 people, with staff based in more than 12 locations around the district. We manage the environmental, social, economic, and cultural wellbeing of the New Plymouth district - making decisions for and on behalf of the local community and setting the district's overall strategic direction. Our strategic intent is to build a lifestyle capital that puts people first, cares for our place, and supports a prosperous community. If you describe yourself as self-motivated with a can-do attitude and proven leadership, then we would like to hear from you! Applications close on Wednesday, 24 October 2018.

Sales Representative

Full Time | Sales | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Nova Energy is a nationwide, New Zealand owned company. We treat our customers the way you'd expect of a genuine Kiwi organisation. Thousands of Kiwi families and businesses have switched to Nova Energy because we've helped them save on their energy bill. We provide a smart mix of energy options to suit the needs of Kiwis and we offer great service. Looking for a rewarding sales role where you know you're providing a better experience for new customers? Here at Nova Energy, we are proud to be able to say that we have helped more than 100,000 Kiwi families and businesses choose a better option for their energy needs. With our smart mix of energy options and our new simplified technology, we offer the superior service you'd expect from a genuine Kiwi organisation. We're looking for someone who has the ability to engage and effectively communicate with customers, as well as key stakeholders inside and external to the business. The successful candidate prides themselves on their ability to build rapport, their positive attitude and attention to detail. As well as monthly bonuses for meeting your KPIs, you’ll receive a base salary, petrol/vehicle allowance and a completely uncapped commission structure. We work Monday through Friday so the weekends are all yours. You’ll be joining a great team, with support, training and the potential for career development. The successful candidate will be based in New Plymouth for this role, with the potential of travel around the Central North Island from time to time. If you would enjoy being a part of Nova Energy, please do not hesitate to apply for this role. Applications close Wednesday, 24 October 2018. Applications can be completed on our website www.novaenergy.co.nz

Chef Manager - Fonterra

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

Compass Group (New Zealand) Ltd is wholly owned by Compass Group PLC, the world’s leading food services and support services company. We have provided food services and support services to our clients in New Zealand for more than 30 years through our brands Eurest, Restaurant Associates, Medirest, and ESS. Through these dedicated, specialist sector brands, we operate in key market sectors including business and industry, healthcare, education, defence, offshore and remote. Eurest is our business & workplace specialist food service that prides itself on creating contemporary solutions from the tea room to the board room and everything in between – a complete food and support services solution at work for corporate offices, distribution centres and manufacturing facilities. Compass Eurest has an exciting opportunity for a passionate and dedicated Chef Manager to drive results at our Fonterra site in Whareroa. In this role not only will you be hands on cooking but you will be also responsible for driving performance of our contracted services while maintaining strong client relationships. You will also be responsible for managing, developing and training of all team members. This role is all go! If you are our perfect candidate you will be an efficient experienced leader with strong knowledge of budgets, leading a team, and contract management. You will hold the relevant Chef qualifications, have a food safety certificate (Unit Standard 167), and ideally hold a valid General Managers Certificate. Wherever you choose to work within Compass, you can be sure to look forward to as much choice as we offer our customers. Not only will you have fun while you work, but all our roles offer opportunities to train and grow your skills. Our experienced teams and encouraging managers will offer you the support you need to take your career in new directions If this sounds like you, apply now! Or you can contact Radhika Dodderi from the Recruitment Centre on radhika.dodderi@compass-group.co.nz Applications close on Sunday, 26th October 2018 Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Networks Planning Lead

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

Are you a talented and experienced infrastructure networks planner with a passion for leading and growing people looking for a fresh challenge? Then this is the role for you! This newly formed role is suited to a Team Leader with solid infrastructure networks planning experience looking to make a career defining move. As the Networks Planning Lead, you will be responsible for leading and mentoring a high performing team of Networks Planning Engineers and Asset Analysts who prepare strategic plans for the long term development, maintenance and resilience of our infrastructure networks to integrate with the direction set by our Long Term Plan and District Plan. You will be a proven people leader, sharing your extensive knowledge to upskill and develop your team members, as you also provide technical specialist advice and input to the development of strategic and asset management plans and detailed business cases. You will also have the ability to communicate alternative options and solutions in a clear and compelling way that best advises decision makers. You will have a demonstrated ability to build strong relationships as you work collaboratively with key internal and external stakeholders, showcasing your skills for the procurement and management of specialist consultants to achieve the delivery of key objectives and multiple priorities. To be successful in this role you will be able to apply innovative, strategic and integrated thinking and decision making to facilitate the successful delivery of infrastructure networks projects. A tertiary qualification in a relevant engineering or infrastructure planning related discipline is a must and experience in local government would be an advantage. At NPDC we aim to create and sustain a truly rewarding workplace environment for our staff. You can expect to start in this role between $99,477 and $107,213. We have put together an integrated Total Rewards Framework that spans Wellbeing, Development, Benefits, Culture and Recognition. The NPDC Total Rewards Framework provides a diverse range of opportunities and benefits for our staff. Why New Plymouth? New Plymouth District, with a population of around 74,000 people, makes up the largest district in Taranaki. With the stunning Mt Taranaki as a backdrop and the warm iron sands along our coast, it is no wonder Taranaki has been judged the second best region in the world to visit by Lonely Planet. In Taranaki it's easy to achieve an enviable lifestyle without having to compromise your career. Our regions' dynamic surf, multitude of parks and gardens, iconic walkways, major events calendar and mountain playground make this the place to live! Who are we? We are a large organisation employing approximately 600 people, with staff based in more than 12 locations around the district. We manage the environmental, social, economic, and cultural wellbeing of the New Plymouth district - making decisions for and on behalf of the local community and setting the district's overall strategic direction. Our strategic intent is to build a lifestyle capital that puts people first, cares for our place, and supports a prosperous community. If you describe yourself as self-motivated with a can-do attitude and want to contribute to delivering great outcomes for the New Plymouth District then we would like to hear from you! Applications close on Tuesday, 23 October 2018.

Senior Agri Manager - Lower North

Part Time | Sales | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

About Us At LIC we value the NZ farming industry and are proud of our successful contribution to this sector. We'll do whatever it takes to support and grow our farmer community - our customers are key to how we do business. Our vision is to improve prosperity and the productivity of our farmers; and we want great people to join us on our journey. This role is part of the NZ Sales team which operates as the channel to our customers and customer voice. We call this role a Senior Agri Manager. This exciting new opportunity arises as a new role as part of an improved sales and delivery model at LIC. The successful candidate will be based in the Lower North Island. Travel throughout the region will be required. An attractive salary package including company vehicle and incentive package is on offer. About You Reporting to the Territory Manager, you will responsible for: Developing and maintaining multi-faceted relationships within the Lower North Island territory. Having a strategic view of on farm opportunities that translate to economic outcomes for both the farmer and LIC; Delivering value-driven, innovative solution-focused conversations that lead to business growth; and Provide bespoke reporting and analysis for dairy farmers with multiple operations Your Key Skills and Experience: An in-depth knowledge of the agribusiness sector including the dairy industry; Demonstrated ability to match solutions to customers; You will be results focused with a proven track record of managing long term business relationships; Ability to foster and develop relationships with customers who have multiple layers of management Experience in in the collection and analysis of dairy herd performance measures To be successful at LIC means you'll thrive in a fast-paced, busy environment and you'll be adaptable to change. You'll also enjoy working within a team of dedicated individuals, and be able to deliver a professional approach when working with a wide array of customers. *How to Apply * If you're after a rewarding and social career that offers development, learning and truckloads of exceptional experiences then look no further, you've found it. At LIC we are leading the way and we would love to welcome you to the team. For more information and to apply, go to our website http://careers.lic.co.nz. Job code: 30819 Applications close: 23rd October 2018

Agri Manager - Hawera/Waverley

Full Time | Sales | South Taranaki District

About Us At LIC we value the NZ farming industry and are proud of our successful contribution to this sector. We'll do whatever it takes to support and grow our farmer community - our customers are key to how we do business. Our vision is to improve prosperity and the productivity of our farmers; and we want great people to join us on our journey. This role is part of the NZ Markets group which operates as the channel to our customers and customer voice. It is an exciting new opportunity to join our team in a new role as we have just confirmed a new sales and delivery model. LIC is seeking a sales professional to join its dynamic, solutions-focused team, which puts the customer at the centre of everything LIC does. You'll be able to draw on significant resource while maintaining a good deal of freedom to provide solutions to customers on a case-by-case basis. About You As the face of LIC on-farm, you'll display strong empathy toward farmers, complemented by a 'can-do 'attitude. Reporting to a Senior Agri Manager, you'll be comfortable talking the language of the dairy farmer, and you'll understand the issues and challenges they face, both day-to-day, and long-term. You'll be aware of the importance of herd and cow quality, have a sound knowledge of dairy cow genetics and how this goes hand-in-hand with profitability - and you'll have little problem conveying this concept to farmers while keeping abreast of unique situation they face. As a sales professional, you'll have the necessary drive, ambition, and determination to meet or exceed sales targets. To be successful at LIC means you'll thrive in a fast-paced, busy environment and you'll be adaptable to change. You'll also enjoy working within a team of dedicated individuals, and be able to deliver a professional approach when working with a wide array of customers. How to Apply If you're after a rewarding and social career that offers development, learning and truckloads of exceptional experiences then look no further, you've found it. At LIC we are leading the way and we would love to welcome you to the team. For more information and to apply, go to our website http://careers.lic.co.nz Job code: 31006 Applications close: Tuesday 23rd October 2018

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