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SALES CONSULTANT

Full Time | Sales | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

The position includes measure and quoting in the clients home, in-store and commercial situations as required, as well as support for in-store staff, coordinating paperwork through to completed installation, follow-up of new and existing customers and liaising with sewing room and fitter. The ideal candidate would be competent with computers and have an eye for colour and design styles. The hours of work are from Tuesday to Friday 8.30am to 5pm and Saturdays 9.30am to 12pm (Saturday hours may be negotiable). Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

ASSET INTEGRITY ENGINEER

Full Time | Engineering | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

MODEC is a dynamic multi-national company operating in more than 25 countries and employing over 2,500 people. We provide Floating Production System operation and maintenance services around the world, with a regional office in New Plymouth, supporting the Maari Field operation. We are currently recruiting for an Asset Integrity Engineer to join our team. Key responsibilities include: Maintain, implement and coordinate corrosion control and monitoring activities through a standardised Corrosion Management Plan (CMP) and Asset Integrity Management Plan across Maari facilities. Manage the Maari CMP through the Computerised Maintenance Management System (CMMS) to ensure that adequate inspection and maintenance is being carried out. Plan, manage and execute Integrity improvement projects. Assist in investigating all break-down due to reliability / integrity related issues across Maari facilities. Collation of all integrity related failure investigations and creation of recommendations to Technical Manager. Assist with HAZID’s / HAZOP’s and any other reviews as required. Reporting to Technical Manager for day-to-day instruction and liaising with members of the offshore Facility Management Team, Procurement Team and others within the Operations Support team locally and internationally as required. Key skills and experience required: Engineering Degree. Minimum 5 years Oil and Gas experience with working knowledge of corrosion inspection techniques and their application; A knowledge of process safety, safety case and Major Accident Event (MAE) core principles. Strong analytical and evaluation capability. Strong computer-based analytical skills. Effective intra-team and interdisciplinary communication skills. Exposure to QA/ QC systems. Excellent communication skills. A qualification in API 570, API 510 and API 580 is preferred. Apply online via www.modec.com Closing date for receipt of applications: Friday, 31 January 2020.

Finance Business Partner

Full Time | Accounting | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

New Plymouth Are you ready to live the dream Taranaki lifestyle with unbeatable beaches and picturesque Mount Taranaki just 15 minutes’ drive apart? Do you want to work for an innovative and growing community owned organisation where you can make a positive difference to customers and the broader NZ community? Are you ready for an exciting, challenging and proactive role with lots of opportunity for personal and professional growth? If you’ve answered yes three times, then hit apply now – TSB has the job for you! We have the exciting opportunity for a highly motivated proactive finance professional to join our driven and collaborative Financial Services team. Working closely with the Head of Financial Information & Insights and across various key functions, you’ll deliver exceptional outcomes for both customers and shareholder by providing best-in-class financial advice built upon a foundation of financial control, robust analysis, and accurate data. As a Finance Business Partner, you will: Build a financial reporting framework for the CS&S business including rolling out transfer priced profit and loss reporting at a regional and branch level Drive improved financial performance by shining a light on margin and profitability at a level of granularity that has not previously been focused on Manage the forecasting and budgeting process for the CS&S business, highlighting financial opportunities, risks and insights Provide key insights and analysis on end to end financials for the CS&S team In line with the above you will possess: Highly developed analytical skills and strong commercial acumen. Strong communication skills and ability to influence senior management. Financial services experience, preferably in a banking environment (ideal but not essential). A mind for problem solving using a structured, logical approach and critical thinking skills. CA qualification Hands-on management accounting experience in a commercial environment. 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! Applications close: Friday 31st January 2020 For a copy of the Job Description visit https://www.qjumpers.co.nz/59702/desc/ 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.

Community Mental Health Nurse/Professional

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

Monday - Friday; 1.00 FTE About us: Tui Ora is a holistic kaupapa Māori organisation, providing a range of wellbeing services to people in Taranaki. Whānau ora is at the forefront of how our services and programmes are designed and delivered. We employ passionate, professional people to fit with our whānau team culture. We value highly skilled, committed community focussed individuals to support this kaupapa, and currently have an exciting opportunity. About the role: The Community Mental Health Nurse/Professional will have a focus on mobile intensive treatment and will provide a recovery-oriented, community-based assessment, treatment and therapy service for Tāngata Whaiora with mental health and addictions problems. The role will undertake duties as required of a Keyworker and will deliver services that will contribute to Whānau Ora outcomes working within a multi-disciplinary team. The role will also provide the most intensive level of clinical care and skilled observation by having a recovery orientation and offering an alternative to Inpatient admission or other facility-based service for those who experience longer, severe, enduring mental illness. To be successful in this role, you will have: A minimum of two years’ experience in mental health high and complex needs A health professional qualification and be registered with a health or social service professional body A current practicing certificate Experience working in mental health service delivery and with evidence-based practice A qualification in talking therapies is desirable Existing networks within the Taranaki community Experience in applying Tikanga Maori as it applies in the role A full, clean NZ Driver Licence. Safety Checking: Tui Ora is committed to the application of the Children’s Act 2014 and its intent to improve the safety of all children. Safety checking for employment will be required for this role. We offer (subject to eligibility criteria): Employment Assistance Programme 10 days annual sick leave Tui Ora day (one paid day each year to spend with whānau) Training and development opportunities A professional, fun and vibrant working environment. How to Apply: For tracking and evaluation purposes, all applications must be submitted via Tui Ora’s online process. Complete the online application through our website https://vacancies.tuiora.co.nz/Vacancy/VacancyList and upload a cover letter and CV. You may also view a position description at this site. If you have not completed the online application and/or uploaded both these documents, your application will not be considered. For further information email humanresources@tuiora.co.nz You must be eligible to work in New Zealand to be considered for this position. Applications Close: 3 February 2020 at 12.00pm Visit www.tuiora.co.nz for further information or email humanresources@tuiora.co.nz 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?

Senior Asset Integrity Engineer

Full Time | Oil & Gas | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

You You’ll have gained solid technical and industry related trade experience in an operational environment; this may be in an oil and gas or similar industry. You like the challenge of interfacing with various people to ensure all asset integrity requirements are undertaken through routine maintenance and planned shutdowns to achieve safety and reliability requirements for Todd Energy. You like the idea of working in a dynamic team where you can shoulder your own responsibilities and take ownership of your work and the revision optimisation of the Integrity Management Systems according to regulations and company strategy. Us Todd Energy is a subsidiary of the Todd Corporation, a New Zealand owned organisation with diverse interests and a strong reputation nationally. We are a leading energy company operating natural gas fields in Taranaki. With our joint ventures, Todd is a major New Zealand gas producer responsible for over 75% of the country‘s hydrocarbon energy production. You can learn more about us at: www.toddenergy.co.nz Our Location Our Production Operations team is located in New Plymouth and supports both of our producing assets at our McKee and Kapuni Production Stations. The Role This position offers an exciting opportunity for an experienced Engineer with an operational background, who is looking for a fresh challenge. This role will allow you to showcase your exceptional technical skills in joining the Reliability & Integrity Leadership team to improve the development, governance and implementation of the Todd Energy asset integrity, reliability and maintenance framework, strategy, processes, systems and practices. Suitable applicants must have: Engineering or related qualification with 5 years’ experience in the corrosion and mechanical engineering environment within an oil and gas environment Knowledge of operations, maintenance, change management, planning and supporting functions. Familiar with regulatory compliance to HSWA and, PECPR. Experience with relevant standards such as AS/NZS 3788, AS/NZS 2885, API and ASME. Past exposure to plant optimisation or equipment effectiveness initiatives. Knowledgeable in assessment tools such as NDT, vibration analysis, thermography, etc. Knowledgeable in performance management tools such as RCA, FMEA and RBI. Knowledgeable in the field of pressure vessels, piping, relief valves, heat exchangers, pipelines, tanks, cathodic protection, coatings, etc. Knowledge of metallurgical and mechanical failure analysis. Knowledge of repair standards, approaches and quality systems. Sound knowledge of production chemistry. Sound computer literacy. Ability to interface well with colleagues and members of the wider Production Operations group. Ability to influence others through sound technical reasoning. Ability to create and sustain a reliability mind set in the organisation. Strong analytical skills. Strong communications ability, including ability to communicate complex issues. Motivated, self-starting, independent individual with high level of initiative. Ability to set priorities on competing issues according to value to business. Ability to take direction. Ability to relate to and engage with contractors and external service providers. To Apply Please visit Seek or online at: https://www.toddenergy.co.nz/work-for-us/job-vacancies/ Applications close 3rd February 2020

Electrician

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

PAE (New Zealand) Limited is one of New Zealand's fastest growing and most successful facilities management organisations. We are currently recruiting for an Electrician based in the Taranaki region who is a suitably qualified/registered and experienced (Industrial and/or Commercial) Electrician with a NZ Current Practicing License (CPL). Previous experience and proven ability in electrical repairs, servicing and installations as well as completion of Electrical Safety Certificates and Certificates of Compliance. A vehicle will be supplied for travelling around the region. Successful applicants will be required to undergo a pre-employment drug and alcohol screening and a Ministry of Justice Criminal Records check. This position offers regular working hours within a successful company that promotes a strong team environment. Apply today to avoid disappointment as this is a great opportunity with a company that is expanding. Applications close Friday 31 January 2020. We really appreciate your interest in this role but due to the number of candidates that apply, we are unable to contact everyone. If you have not heard from us by the following week of the close off date then you have been unsuccessful. The application form will include these questions: Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in New Zealand? Do you hold a current electrical licence? Do you have a current New Zealand driver's licence?

Control, Electrical and Instrumentation Engineer

Full Time | Engineering | New Plymouth / North 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: Ballance Agri-Nutrients are seeking an experienced C,E&I (Control, Electrical and Instrumentation) Engineer with a "can do" attitude. We need someone to take ownership of a variety of tasks that could include: * Specifying and arranging the install of new instruments * Programming plant changes on the DCS or PLC's * Designing modifications to electrical systems * Initiating technical reviews in our change management system * Supporting the maintenance team when required to problem solve and fault find the Control Systems, Electrical & Instrumentation assets and beyond * Leading/ or being the C,E&I client lead on various projects of varying scope - from instrumentation, Low/High Voltage electrical, networking for controls and electrical, control systems upgrade projects etc. * Contributing to functional safety and other management systems * Providing continuous improvement opportunities to production by introducing new technology We are not expecting you to be an expert in everything, but we want someone with the determination to learn about whatever problem or task they are faced with and then organise the people they need to get it done. You will be a member of a small but dynamic C,E&I Engineering team that is part of a technical team of around 15 staff. The team are responsible for numerous tasks, so there are many opportunities to develop in specific areas or apply your existing technical expertise to others. The role is based in Kapuni, at our Ammonia Urea production site. The petrochemical process is interesting and complex. The equipment on site is vast and keeps us challenged and engaged: it ranges from 1960's engines, PLC's from the 90's, through to new equipment installed and commissioned this year. In terms of transport to site, many of our team commute from New Plymouth, so there is an opportunity to be a part of our pool groups who currently use vans to get to site. To be considered for this role you will hold a relevant engineering degree or qualification with at least 5 years work experience. The remuneration for this role is dependent on you level of experience. Apply now to join our site team and be a part of the excellent group of people supporting the plant in Kapuni. Applications close 8 February 2020 Right to live and work You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.

Procurement Coordinator

Part Time | Accounting | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Tihei Mauriora e te motu. He karanga tēnei ki te waonui a Tane e pa ana ki ngā kaimahi hou kei raro i te korowai a Parininihi ki Waitotara. Parininihi ki Waitotara (PKW) is a Māori Incorporation based in Taranaki, Aotearoa. Managing a diverse asset portfolio, PKW oversees 20,000 hectares of some of the most productive dairy land in the world, as well as a range of other interests, including crayfish, forestry and commercial property. With a business approach committed to innovative and sustainable asset and land management, PKW protects, manages and invests in shareholders’ assets for future generations. PKW are seeking an experienced and talented Procurement Coordinator for the PKW Group. This role will be fulltime or parttime (min of 25hrs per week) for a fixed term of up to 24 months to undertake the actions arising from our recent strategic procurement review. Applications are invited from those who can successfully assist in the deployment of the PKW Procurement Strategy and Policy through developing and implementing various procurement and purchasing processes. The Procurement Coordinator will take responsibility for ensuring PKW procurement activities achieve their strategic imperatives. This position reports to the General Manager Finance and Investments. Key responsibilities of the Procurement Coordinator: Establishing procurement and purchasing processes and tools Supplier Contracts & Agreements Procurement Reporting against procurement plans Support and assist PKW team members to ensure effective and efficient adoption of procurement policy and processes Keep up to date with administrative, auditing and reporting responsibilities Relationship & stakeholder management Organisational responsibilities Preferred candidates for this role will have a 3+ years’ experience in procurement, in particular the development and implementation of creative procurement operational practices that achieve strategic aims. They will be qualified in Procurement or related field. The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate an understanding of Māori aspirations for Māori economic development and of tikanga Māori. A unique and challenging opportunity, this role represents an exciting career step for those looking to contribute their expertise in a whanau-based, dynamic and future-focused organisation. Applicants can request a copy of the position description from Jacqui King via humanresources@pkw.co.nz. Please apply via the seek website. Applications for this position will close on Wednesday, 5th February 2020 at 5.00pm The application form will include these questions: Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in New Zealand?

Operator Technicians

Full Time | Oil & Gas | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

You You’ll have solid hands-on experience in oil and gas operations and are eager to break into fresh and rewarding challenges. You like the idea of working in a fast paced and productive team where you can work with experienced colleagues and use your high level of initiative to provide solutions. Us Todd Energy is a subsidiary of the Todd Corporation, a New Zealand owned organisation with diverse interests and a strong reputation nationally. We are a leading energy company operating natural gas fields in Taranaki. With our joint ventures, Todd is a major New Zealand gas producer responsible for over 75% of the country‘s hydrocarbon energy production. You can learn more about us at: www.toddenergy.co.nz Our Location Our McKee Mangahewa and Kapuni Production Stations are a short drive out of the city from our head office based in New Plymouth. The Role We are looking for experienced Operator Technicians to support our busy Production Operations teams. This role involves shared responsibility for the safe operations of equipment as well as plant and field optimisation. Suitable applicants must have: ENCHEM L4 Steam qualification preferred, or willingness to work toward this Proven production operations and maintenance expertise in onshore upstream oil and gas field production and maintenance operations. NZCE or equivalent is an advantage. Knowledge of asset management including work planning, well site surface equipment, gathering lines and export pipelines, oil and gas plant operations including LPG processes and road tanker terminal. HSE management experience for operations (including emergency response and crisis management). Ability to interface well with colleagues and contractors as well as an ability to drive complex issues and proactively influence others with sound technical reasoning. Detailed knowledge of Safe systems of work such as Management of Change, Permit to Work and Process Safety. Experience implementing continuous improvement and operational excellence in oil and gas operations. Knowledge of relevant engineering and Operating standards and regulations. Ability to drive issues and proactively influence others with sound technical reasoning. Motivated, self-starting, independent individual with a high level of initiative and good communications skills. To Apply Please visit Seek or online at: https://www.toddenergy.co.nz/work-for-us/job-vacancies/ Applications close 3 February 2020

Asset Manager

Full Time | Engineering | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

First Gas owns and operates New Zealand’s high-pressure gas transmission system, which transports natural gas from Taranaki to industrial consumers throughout the North Island. Our transmission assets span more than 2,200 kilometres, include numerous compressor stations and the Ahuroa underground gas storage facility. These are collectively valued at more than $1.5 billion. Supplementing its transmission system, First Gas also owns gas distribution networks that supply more than 60,000 North Island businesses and homes. First Gas also owns the Rockgas LPG distribution business. First Gas’ assets provide essential and strategically important infrastructure that support the New Zealand economy, and we are committed to ensuring that our customers obtain maximum value from using our assets. Ready for your next move… Do you have experience in asset management of upstream oil and gas facilities? Are you a people leader? And a great communicator? Read on, this might just be the role for you. In this newly created role, we’re seeking an Asset Manager to coordinate cross-functional teams to provide safe, reliable and cost-effective operations at the Ahuroa Gas Storage facility (near Stratford). This includes ensuring the facility is operated in accordance with the Approved Safety Case, the conditions of the Petroleum Mining Permit and other applicable legislation, such as the PECPR Regulations. The role will also be the focal point for leading facility operations, maintenance and petroleum engineering effort in support of optimised well and reservoir management. Is this you? A commitment to safety – it’s our priority, and will need to be yours Leadership skills – you’ll lead the Process Operator team Exceptional communicator - both verbal and written Thrive in challenging and complex environments A strong team player capable of interacting professionally with a range of internal and external stakeholders Ability to manage priorities, situations and escalations effectively A tertiary qualification or relevant experience (Engineering or Business) Comfortable working on a call out basis Embrace change and learning new things, we’re on a journey of continuous improvement We can offer you A supportive, passionate team environment Competitive remuneration and benefits Personal and career development If you have strong financial management skills, are analytical and a team player thenapply now, via QJumpers! Note: If you apply for this position via Seek you will receive a follow up email advising you that some additional information is required and providing a link to follow. The additional information required is the completion of the downloadable Application Form to be found at the bottom of the linked page. Applications Close: 14-February-2020 For a copy of the Job Description visit https://www.qjumpers.co.nz/59698/desc/ Right to live and work You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.

Production Technician

Full Time | Engineering | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

First Gas owns and operates New Zealand’s high-pressure gas transmission system, which transports natural gas from Taranaki to industrial consumers throughout the North Island. Our transmission assets span more than 2,200 kilometres, include numerous compressor stations and the Ahuroa underground gas storage facility. These are collectively valued at more than $1.5 billion. Supplementing its transmission system, First Gas also owns gas distribution networks that supply more than 60,000 North Island businesses and homes. First Gas also owns the Rockgas LPG distribution business. First Gas’ assets provide essential and strategically important infrastructure that support the New Zealand economy, and we are committed to ensuring that our customers obtain maximum value from using our assets. Ready for your next move… Do you have experience in oil and gas wellsite operations? Are you a strong team player? Read on, this might just be the role for you. In these newly created roles, we’re seeking two Production Technicians to carry out operator duties for the Ahuroa Gas Storage facility and associated assets, including the pipeline and First Gas assets located at Stratford Power Station. The role is part of an on-call team to ensure any facility or well related issue can be promptly responded to ensure reliability of gas storage services. Roll up your sleeves and get ready to utilise your specialist technical knowledge associated with well performance testing, pipeline maintenance and technical fault finding. Is this you? A commitment to safety – it’s our priority, and will need to be yours Experienced operating and monitoring safety control systems, wellheads and processing facilities, including multistage gas compressors Thrive in challenging and complex environments A strong team player capable of interacting professionally with a range of internal and external stakeholders Ability to manage priorities, situations and escalations effectively Enchem level 3 or 4 certificate or equivalent company internal unit standards (preferred) Comfortable working on a call out basis and shift roster Embrace change and learning new things, we’re on a journey of continuous improvement We can offer you A supportive, passionate team environment Competitive remuneration and benefits Personal and career development If you’re ready to take on 2020 in a new role then apply now, via QJumpers! Note: If you apply for this position via Seek you will receive a follow up email advising you that some additional information is required and providing a link to follow. The additional information required is the completion of the downloadable Application Form to be found at the bottom of the linked page. Applications Close: 14-February-2020 For a copy of the Job Description visit https://www.qjumpers.co.nz/59692/desc/ Right to live and work You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.

Vocational Support

Contract | Community Services and Development | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Flexible hours between Monday – Friday, (fixed term to 30 June 2020) Are you looking for an exciting opportunity within Mental Health Services, with a desire to support whaiora/whānau to achieve their vocational goals? About us: Tui Ora is a holistic kaupapa Māori organisation, providing a range of wellbeing services to people in Taranaki. Whānau ora is at the forefront of how our services and programmes are designed and delivered. We employ passionate, professional people to fit with our whānau team culture. We value highly skilled, committed community focussed individuals to support this kaupapa, and currently have two exciting opportunities to provide vocational support. About the role: Building on the strengths of the whaiora/whānau, you will navigate them towards agencies that support employment and prevocational placement, within the mental wellness philosophy of recovery to gain meaningful employment. You will work collaboratively with Oranga Hinengaro and the wider Tui Ora whānau to contribute to whānau ora outcomes. To be successful in this role, you will have: A National Certificate Mental Health (Mental Health Support Work), Level 4 or similar is preferred but not essential A National Certificate in Employment Support, Level 4 is preferred but not essential Experience working within mental health community settings The desire to improve Maori wellbeing A full, clean NZ Driver Licence. Safety Checking: Tui Ora is committed to the application of the Children’s Act 2014 and its intent to improve the safety of all children. Safety checking for employment will be required for this role. We offer: Employment Assistance Programme Training and development opportunities A professional, fun and vibrant working environment. How to Apply: For tracking and evaluation purposes, all applications must be submitted via Tui Ora’s online process. Complete the online application through our website https://vacancies.tuiora.co.nz/Vacancy/VacancyList and upload a cover letter and CV. You may also view a position description at this site. If you have not completed the online application and/or uploaded both these documents, your application will not be considered. For further information email humanresources@tuiora.co.nz You must be eligible to work in New Zealand to be considered for this position. Applications Close: 03 February 2020 at 12.00pm Visit www.tuiora.co.nz for further information or email humanresources@tuiora.co.nz 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?

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