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Clinical Psychologist - Psychogeriatric Team

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

Description Taranaki Base Hospital, New Plymouth 1.0 FTE (80 hours per fortnight) Permanent Position We are seeking a clinical psychologist to join our Mental Health Services for Older People (MHSOP) team. The MHSOP team is multi disciplinary and currently includes 3 psychogeriatricians, 1 full time and 1 part time clinical psychologist, mental health nurses, social workers, occupational therapists and cultural support. The team has a strong focus on community care but also has access to four beds within the acute inpatient area. The service provides specialist assessment and treatment in outpatient clinics and in people's home including care facilities. Key accountabilities: Assessment, including neuropsychology assessment, psychological testing and treatment. Provision of individual counselling or psychotherapy. Ensuring practice is based on nationally recognised standards. Active participation within the multi-disciplinary team and the fostering of partnership and cooperation. The ideal candidate will: Be a Doctor of Clinical Psychology or equivalent; Clinical Psychology Scope of Practice. Be registered and hold a current Annual Practicing Certificate from the New Zealand Psychologists Board. Have at least two years post registration experience. Preferably have experience in working with older adults, neuropsychology and CBT. Be committed to team working and contribute to team success. Please click here to view the position description. Please click "Apply Online" from within this page. For further information please contact Michelle Faulkner, Team Leader - MHSOP, via email Applications close 17 January 2021.

Operations Manager

Full Time | Manufacturing | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Description OneStaff New Plymouth is the leading supplier of temporary and permanent staff to a number of industrial based clients in the Taranaki region. Our Client is a leading waste and recycling company and currently has a permanent role available for an Operations Manager based in New Plymouth and covering the beautiful Taranaki Region. The Role The Operations Manager role is a varied role responsible for many procedures and processes. You will be responsible for drivers and transfer station employees across a number of sites. Your role will include but will not be limited to: Ensuring each day is appropriately staffed for Daily routes and collections are completed to high standard and addressing any issues as they arise Completing health and safety inspections over multiply sites Work in a partnership with other key managers, to achieve optimal results Compliance and day to day reporting Days of work will be Monday to Friday with some Saturday work when required. The hours of work will be discussed on interview, however early morning starts will be required to support your driving team. Skills & Experience required but not limited to: Proven experience within the transport and/or waste industry Intermediate user of MS office Management experience in a multi-faceted role Class 2 license and truck driving experience would be an advantage Benefits: Working with a well-established business who shares a team of dedicated employees Company vehicle for full use Discounted health insurance via Unimed N3 benefits card which gives discount at various retailers - Noel Leemings, Bunnings, Hotels, Car rentals, etc. You will be required to pass pre-employment drug testing and a ministry of justice report. If this role sounds like you, please apply online to Brooke Cooney with your CV and a cover letter. OneStaff. Working As One Application details Please click Apply Now to apply for this role or to register your interest.

Qualified Carpenter

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

Description We specialize in Architectural and Passive homes. We are a Family run Business who have built our reputation over the years to deliver Award Winning Homes for our clients. Our teams work hard and pride themselves on delivering exceptional workmanship. We expect a good honest days work, everyone puts in 100%. In return we offer good remuneration and great working conditions along with flexibility. To be successful you must posses the following: Qualified Passion for the building trade Ability to relate well with other team members and clients Ability to lead apprentice Have a complete set of tools - can be discussed Know your way around a set of plans Eye for detail Please forward your CV and covering letter to or phone Steve on 021746339 or drop into our office at 42 Beach Street, New Plymouth. All applicants will be confidential. Application details Apply online for this role or contact Steve & Susie Hofmans for more information.

Senior Librarian

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

Puke Ariki has a national reputation for their joint library, museum and research centre situated in New Plymouth. Presently we have an exciting opportunity for a full time permanent Senior Librarian position to join the team at the Puke Ariki Central Library. We are looking for a person who understands how the changes in society, technology, and education impact the work that libraries undertake. Reporting to the Puke Ariki Library Lead and working alongside the three other Senior Librarians, the purpose of this role is to assist with the development and delivery of programmes and services at Puke Ariki and oversee the day to day operations of the library. Your specific portfolio responsibilities will include leading, developing and empowering the team, developing public programmes and fostering an environment of continuous improvement. You will be working with the Library Leadership team and the Digital team to develop and implement programmes at Puke Ariki and the Community Libraries. You will model best practice in customer service and be an excellent communicator with the ability to motivate team members. You will demonstrate a commitment to continuous learning and improvement in order to respond to the community and their changing needs. In addition to professional knowledge of the library and information sector you will bring to this role planning and self-management skills. Puke Ariki Library is open seven days a week serving a diverse range of customers and a rotating roster system will mean that some late night and weekend work will be required. You will ideally hold a relevant tertiary qualification, professional library/information qualification and/or LIANZA professional registration, and will have previous experience in libraries. At the New Plymouth District Council we aim to create and sustain a truly rewarding workplace environment for our staff. You can expect to start in this role with us between $54,149 - $60,035. We have also 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. Applications close on Tuesday, 2 February 2021.

Rural Account Manager - Hawera

Full Time | Banking, Finance & Insurance | South Taranaki District

Build on your existing Rural Banking or experience from a comparable role Critical role focused on analysing and interpreting customers financial data. Based in Hawera Here at ASB, the customer is at the heart of everything we do. We are recognised as one of New Zealand's leading organisations with a highly engaged and talented workforce focused on accelerating the financial progress for all New Zealanders. From sheep and beef to kiwifruit vines, dairy cows and large-scale irrigation schemes; ASB Rural Banking is a team of dedicated specialist who work closely with our customers. We operate in an extremely competitive market and our client service is the best in the industry; we pride ourselves on our relationships, our commitment to unbeatable customer experiences, and how closely we work with teams across the bank to help our customers achieve their ambitions. What you will do You will be part of a team looking after a portfolio of rural banking customers. Key to the Rural Account Manager role is proactively delivering frontline service to a portfolio of high value rural clients assisting with their day-to-day banking requirements. As crucial first line support, you will assist a high-performing experienced Rural Manager with financial analysis and portfolio support whilst preparing credit submissions for new and existing clients. What we're looking for Success in this role will come from your passion for rural banking and the rural industry coupled with your proven experience and success. A tertiary qualification in a related area is preferred, however it will be your sound credit writing and financial analysis skills combined with account management experience, strong organisational and communication skills that will underpin your success. Your ability to deal with clients on a wide range of business issues will be essential to building strong networks and relationships while providing unbeatable service to your customers. Someone who is energetic, positive and loves to work hard and celebrate success will be the perfect fit. Working for ASB In return, you will work for an organisation that places huge importance and focus on its people. Our rural team are recognised as being market leaders, and this is a fantastic career move to make your mark in the industry, further your growth and success, and help keep our rural customers one step ahead. ASB is committed to fostering a culture where people are engaged, passionate and valued - living our values every day is integral to accelerating the financial progress of rural NZ. We value interest from offshore talent for our future pipelines, however due to current Covid-19 border restrictions and uncertainty, we are unable to sponsor offshore applicants at this time. Please note that all applications must be received via our careers site online. For more information see the attached position description. ASB one step ahead. Right to live and work You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.

New Plymouth - Casual Hatchery Worker

Contract | Manufacturing | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Tegel Foods Ltd is an iconic New Zealand brand with a long history of producing quality products to New Zealand's highest standards. We produce high volumes and a wide variety of Halal chicken products which we proudly deliver daily throughout New Zealand. We are proud to be helping families eat well every day. Our Hatchery in Lepperton processes one day old chicks and are looking for someone to work on a casual / on-call basis and may suit someone who is only able to work school hours. You need to be enthusiastic, physically fit, hard-working and reliable. The work is fast-paced and requires core physical strength to meet the rigorous demands of the role. In order to be considered for this role we need you to: Be physically fit and able to cope with the manual nature of the work Maintain the highest levels of animal welfare Have good literacy and numeracy skills Have a good work ethic with a proven work history Be able to work in a team environment Demonstrate a willingness to learn and grow In return, we will offer the successful applicant a competitive wage and the opportunity to come on board with an exciting and thriving business. If this sounds like you, please apply at Right to live and work You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.

National Immunisation Register (NIR) Administrator

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

1.0FTE (80 Hours per Fortnight) Permanent The National Immunisation Administrator will be responsible for maintaining the National Immunisation Register for the Taranaki region. This is a nationally co-ordinated programme that is delivered in Taranaki through the Taranaki District Health Board. Effective delivery will be measured in accordance with the Ministry of Health and Taranaki District Health Board policies, procedures and guidelines. We are looking for a motivated and enthusiastic person with excellent and proven administration skills to join their team. This will require a high level of data management as well as demonstrated experience and ability to effectively liaise with external clients. You will be provided with the opportunity to: Participate where appropriate in the development and implementation of strategies to improve regional immunisation coverage rates Proactively maintain effective relationships with all internal and external customers Continually look for quality improvements and action as appropriate Demonstrate your skills in reporting and documenting progress towards achieving the goals of the services To be successful you will: Have excellent computer skills, including Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook. Have exceptional customer service and communication skills. Have the ability to work autonomously as well as in a team. Be able to use your initiative and think outside of the square. Have the ability to maintain confidentiality at all times. Click here to view the job description. To make an application please click on “Apply Online” from this page Closing date for applications is 31^st January 2021.

Kaiārahi – Digital Skills Coach (New Plymouth)

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

Kaiārahi – Digital Skills Coach Location: Te Kei Takiwā, based in New Plymouth Full Time 37.5 hours per week Fixed Term to December 2021 Reference: 20THO216 About us: Te Wānanga o Aotearoa has been providing transformational education opportunities to New Zealanders for 35 years. We are a national education provider with more than 27,000 tauira enrolling with us each year. As the tertiary sector embarks on a challenging and exciting period of change, Te Wānanga o Aotearoa is committed to supporting our tauira, their whānau and communities and being at the forefront of Mātauranga Māori tertiary education. The Innovation Development Group is on a mission to provide digital skills to Māori and Pasifika whānau across Aotearoa. We recognise that COVID-19 lockdown has exposed the vulnerability for our whānau as significantly disadvantaged through lack of digital connectivity and digital literacy. This kaupapa aims to provide foundation digital skills and knowledge that will enable whānau to participate in a digitally enabled world and close the digital divide. To support this initiative, we invite applications for the position of Kaiārahi – Digital Skills Coach, which is a role within the broader Innovation and Development Group and will be based in New Plymouth. About the role The primary function of the Kaiārahi (Digital Skills Coach) is to provide teaching and subject knowledge in order to deliver the Kanorau Digital foundation skills short course. This is enabled through a quality learning experience delivered to a high level that supports digital skills achievement and confidence of everyday digital skills. The role will also focus on building and maintaining strong relationships to drive recruitment outcomes and positive brand awareness. Key deliverables for the role include: Planning and executing a recruitment plan to achieve individual participant targets Actively promoting Digital Skills Services within the community to build awareness and potential participants Working closely with internal and external stakeholders to ensure the conversion of leads into Digital Skills Services participants Fostering the full engagement of participants throughout the duration of the short course Providing mobile (off-site) delivery to a high quality professional standard and within site policy and standards About you: You will have: Diploma in Adult Education Level 5 Diploma in Computing Level 5 Proven experience successfully delivering digital training or other adult educational programmes Proven teaching or facilitation experience, working with adults or foundation level learners Proven experience relevant to planning and co-ordinating service delivery to diverse client groups A full NZ Driver’s Licence (Class 1) is essential To apply for this position For further details, including a position description, please view our Jobs site. To apply for this position please register on our Jobs site: Enquiries to Applications close: 27 January 2021

Fire Alarm Technician

Full Time | Engineering | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Identify and resolve project variations. Ensure Fire Alarm Compliance Provide Fire Alarm services to a wide variety of projects. Well respected orginisation has an opportunity for a Level4 NZ qualified Fire Alarm Technician to join their quality and efficiency focused team. In this role you will have the opportunity to enhance the already strong reputation of the orginisation by means of effective time management, quality control and the display of a professional attitude promoting optimum client satisfaction. Working closely with the contract’s manager you will be instrumental in the success of projects and thus your ability to plan and resolve variations throughout the project life-cycle would assist you in being successful in this role. The main responsibility of the role is to install, test, maintain and repair fire safety and security systems related to fire alarms as part of residential and commercial facilities project team. Your commitment to assure that your work complies with relevant codes and regulations would be crucial. To be effective in the role you will poses the following personal attributes as part of your skill set: Clear communication and the ability to report on project progress. The ability to work organised and reach project milestones. Take a proactive and positive approach to problem solving. Display a willingness to learn and A self-motivated team player Dedicated to high quality levels. Excellent relationship building skills. Candidates with relevant experience in the absence of the required Level4 NZ qualified Fire Alarm Technician qualification may be considered as part of the screening process. To be considered for this role you must have NZ residency or possess a permanent NZ working Visa. Please send your resume in strictest confidence or contact Francis van Lill on 0212208992 for further information. With over 90 years' combined experience, NES Fircroft (NES) is proud to be the world's leading engineering staffing provider spanning the Oil & Gas, Power & Renewables, Infrastructure, Life Sciences, Mining, Automotive and Chemicals sectors worldwide.With more than 100 offices in 45 countries, we are able to provide our clients with the engineering and technical expertise they need, wherever and whenever it is needed. We offer contractors far more than a traditional recruitment service, supporting 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. Francis Van Lill 01

Communications Advisor

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

Taranaki Base Hospital, New Plymouth Maternity leave cover, full-time 1.0 FTE Seeking an opportunity in Communications & Public Relations? Like to make a career step-up? Looking for a great opportunity in a sector that makes a difference to the well-being of people? The Taranaki District Health Board is a large organisation with over 2,000 employees, operating in the exciting and every-changing Health sector. We are looking for a proven Communications professional to take up a fixed term contract to cover maternity leave, who is passionate about making a positive difference at the Taranaki District Health Board (TDHB). As part of a small Communications team, you will need to use your creativity and experience to implement communications activities that support the Taranaki DHB’s internal and external communications programme. You will also have excellent people skills to develop and strengthen relationships with the Taranaki DHB’s wide network of external and internal stakeholders, including senior management. Working under pressure and to deadline is a part of the role and your ability to respond quickly to issues is essential. You will also have the autonomy to put your mark on the role by utilising your experience and skill-set, as well as be given the support and opportunity to develop further as a Communications professional. The Taranaki DHB provides a fast paced, dynamic environment where no one day is the same. You will work closely with the Communications Manager, Communications Advisor and in-house Graphic and Web Designer. The successful candidate will: Hold a communications, media or journalism degree Have excellent writing skills Be skilled in building and managing relationships and developing communications plans with internal and external stakeholders. And have experience: Within a communications or media environment (this is a must have) Researching and writing articles, media releases and online content Writing and producing internal publications and managing an intranet site Media management Managing social media Salary offered is between $67-72,000 for the right person who welcomes new ideas, is flexible and delivers to high professional standards. If you are interested in this position please click on “Apply Online” from this page to start your application. Click here to view the position description. Applications close on 28 January 2021.

Recruitment Coordinator

Contract | HR & Recruitment | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Taranaki Base Hospital, New Plymouth FTE, Temporary to cover leave up to August 2022. Seeking an opportunity to start your HR career to build your expertise in the HR field: Great opportunity in a sector that makes a difference to the well-being of people The Taranaki District Health Board is dedicated to providing quality care for the community. We are involved in multiple regional and national collaborations seeking efficiencies in systems, services and structure, and Human Resources has an important role in supporting the growth and performance of our people. This role presents the opportunity to gain exposure in HR to deliver a high quality, responsive and efficient end to end recruitment service for assigned groups, and is ideal if you wish to grow your experience delivering good practice recruitment. This temporary opportunity may suit a person who has recently graduated with an HR qualification and looking to commence their career.[DEL: :DEL] You will have the opportunity to: Implement a planned approach for end-to-end recruitment processes Deliver effective candidate care to ensure candidates feel valued to enhance retention Prepare advertising that promotes a strong employer brand Enhance your knowledge of policies and procedures, legislation and standards of professional regulatory organisations To be successful you will demonstrate: Initiative and able to work in a busy office environment A high level of motivation and enthusiasm, with a strong customer focus Excellent attention to detail, demonstrating ability in process management A proactive and positive approach to problem solving Well-developed time management and prioritisation skills 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 (2,107 staff) operating in the exciting, changing Health sector. To view the position description click here. To make an application please click on “Apply Online” from within this advertisement. Closing date for applications is 31^st January 2021.

Maintenance Operations Manager

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

We have a current opening for an Operations Manager to be based in New Plymouth to manage the operations of our Taranaki Network Outcomes Contract (TNOC). About the role As a key part of the TNOC Contract Management Team, you will be responsible for working with the Contract Manager in the leadership, management and effective delivery of all operations including internal and external supply partner activities on the Taranaki NOC. You will be responsible for continues review of the operations and identify and affect necessary improvements around Quality and Health and Safety. The Operations Manager will have direct oversight of the Maintenance and Construction activities within the NOC. Working across all aspects of the Taranaki NOC teams it is therefore essential to identify best practice and develop internal relationships to enable change and sustainable business improvement. About you You’ll need demonstrated industry or similar experience (10 years plus) and have proven operational contract management experience, including knowledge of delivery of maintenance contracts. You will also have: A qualification in Civil Engineering or relevant experience within these industries Proven understanding of financial management including revenue, expected margin, procurement, receipting, cost control and WIP A strong track record of supervising/leading teams within or across contracts The ability to deal with unexpected events/make decisions and provide direction to work teams The willingness to provide solutions to assist with a ‘continual improvement’ philosophy Benefits A role with us can enable you to develop and enhance your skills and experience. This is a great opportunity for you to join our diverse and inclusive culture and be part of a great team thriving in a collaborative fast-paced environment. We will reward you with a competitive remuneration package, flexible working arrangements, great training and ongoing development, and the opportunity to advance your career within our organisation. How to apply If this sounds like an opportunity for you then register your interest at reference 571433. Downer NZ is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse and inclusive culture. Our workplaces are drug and alcohol free - all successful applicants will be required to undertake a pre-employment drug test & medical. Due to the fast-paced nature of Downer, our vacancy close dates may be subject to change, so don't delay and make sure you apply as soon as possible. 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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