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Assembly & Dispatch Assistants

Full Time | Engineering | South Taranaki District

The Company: With a strong brand recognition and impressive product range in our specialized sector, Hotter Engineering has evolved through ongoing commitment to best manufacturing practice, innovative design, technology and uncompromising quality. Due to increased global demand we urgently require two assembly & dispatch assistants, and a welder/fabricator, and a service technician to meet this demand with our current award-winning team based in Taranaki. An immediate start is available. www.hotterengineering.com The roles: These two positions will report to the Supply Chain Manager. You will play a valued and critical role in the assembly and dispatch of standard production items for the global export market, and help our tradesmen in the fabrication of prototypes, or custom make products for our national and global customers; along with general manufacturing requirements on location at our factory. You will work in close liaison with internal company members of fabrication, engineering design, project management, production scheduling and supply chain. You will possess: You will have an established and proven history of reliability and productivity in general labouring roles that may involve stores, assembly, dispatch and or general manufacturing or work in agriculture etc. • A minimum of 1-3 year’s work experience in a practical, hands on, high demand environment • A proven track record of attendance & reliability • A high level of accuracy in adherence to standard operating procedures • Strong & proven attention to detail • Willingness and dedication to achieving results consistently and under pressure • Creative problem-solving skills and an approach based on teamwork as well as individual drive • A sound knowledge of general health & safety requirements We offer: • A highly competitive hourly rate based on real skills and experience. • Full induction and on job training on commencement • A self-motivated springboard into your future • A rewarding lifestyle – 45mins away and home to a large part of our team, New Plymouth has been judged the most liveable city in the World for a population under 80,000 How to apply Applications close 5pm Friday 22 June 2018. On-line applications only will be accepted. You must be available for interview in person at our offices before the end of June 2018 to be considered for this role. You must be a New Zealand resident or have a New Zealand Work Visa with 24 months or more validity. No international based applicants will be considered. Apply to the email address below or online now @ www.hotterengineering.com Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Pharmacist

Full Time | Healthcare & Medical / community services | Stratford / Central Taranaki District

Then become an integral part of our dispensary hub in our independent , successful and reputable community pharmacy located in the busy main street of Central Taranaki. Your role as Pharmacist has much variation and is well supported by staff and management. Your initiative is encouraged and career development is supported Communication with our wide range of clientele is important in establishing a trusting relationship to provide the caring healthy advice we are known for. Our community of Stratford is nestled in the heart of Taranaki where we service a large rural community of 10 000 people between the north and south and east of Mount Taranaki. Its an easy half hour drive to the City of New Plymouth, with its coastline being recognised among the top spots in the world to live stated by Lonely Planet!!! Our cost of living in Stratford is significantly less than other major cities in New Zealand allowing you more disposable income to enjoy the things you are passionate about outside of work. Your APC and Defence costs are included in your competitive salary and relocation costs would be assisted for the successful applicant. Due to the urgency of this position to be filled all applicants must hold a current NZ APC and NZ Residency or a valid work visa. Any genuine questions prior to your application being forwarded please call Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Welder/Fabricator

Full Time | Engineering | South Taranaki District

Welder/Fabricator – Export Manufacturing The Company: With a strong brand recognition and impressive product range in our specialized sector, Hotter Engineering has evolved through ongoing commitment to best manufacturing practice, innovative design, technology and uncompromising quality. Due to a sudden increase in global demand we urgently require a welder/fabricator, 2 assembly/dispatch assistants and a service technician to meet this demand with our current award-winning team based in Taranaki. Immediate start available. www.hotterengineering.com The role: This position will primarily be involved in the fabrication, assembly and dispatch of standard production items for the global export market, and in fabrication of prototypes, or custom make products for our national and global customers; along with general manufacturing requirements on location at our factory, and on site around New Zealand and on site at various international locations around the world. The Welder/Fabricator positions will report to the Lead Production Supervisor. All positions work in close liaison with internal Company members of engineering design, estimating, purchasing, project management, and production scheduling, and external customers, suppliers and industry members. Welder/Fabricator: You will possess: A sound knowledge of metal manufacturing and fabrication including cutting, welding, forming, CNC machine tools, finishing and assembly practices, and knowledge of material types and processes, in conjunction with demonstrated extensive experience in metal fabrication, in either or both stainless and carbon steel. Preference will be given to applicants who are available for national and international travel and eligible for a passport. • A minimum of 3-5 years experience in a custom/job shop manufacturing environment • A high level of accuracy in adherence to predetermined design specifications • Dedication to achieving results consistently and under pressure • Creative problem solving skills and an approach based on teamwork as well as individual drive • A sound knowledge of all manufacturing processes • A commitment to continuous quality and efficiency practices. We offer: • A highly competitive remuneration based on skill and experience. • An immediate start with full induction & training • Genuine advancement prospects and international travel opportunities • A rewarding lifestyle – 45mins away and home to a large part of our team, New Plymouth has been judged the most liveable city in the World for a population under 80,000 How to apply Applications close 5pm Friday 22 June 2018. On-line applications only will be accepted. You must be available for interview in person at our offices before the end of June 2018 to be considered for this role. You must be a New Zealand resident or have a New Zealand Work Visa with 24 months or more validity. No international based applicants will be considered. Apply to the email address below or online now @ www.hotterengineering.com

Service Technician

Full Time | Engineering | South Taranaki District

The Company: With a strong brand recognition and impressive product range in our specialized sector, Hotter Engineering has evolved through ongoing commitment to best manufacturing practice, innovative design, technology and uncompromising quality. Due to a sudden increase in global demand we urgently require a service technician, a welder/fabricator and 2 assembly/dispatch assistants to meet this demand with our current award-winning team based in Taranaki. Immediate start available. www.hotterengineering.com The role: The Service Technicians position will report to the Lead Production Supervisor. Our Service Technicians supports the local dairy farming community in the maintenance and servicing of their rotary dairy platforms, and this sometimes includes national and international servicing projects in Europe, the UK other global locations. The Service Technicians work responsibilities include working with national and international customers for scheduled and urgent repairs and maintenance, completing documentation, maintaining service van tools and inventory, ensuring all safety documentation is current, and to adhere to company health and safety policies and procedures. An immediate start is available to experienced service technicians with immediate induction and full training provided. Preference will be given to applicants who are available for national and international travel and eligible for a passport. • Comprehend customer requirements and make appropriate recommendations/briefings to schedule • Provide service and customer support during field visits or dispatches • Independently prioritise and manage workflow • Manage all on site installation, repair, maintenance and test tasks • Diagnose errors or technical problems and determine proper solutions • Produce timely and detailed service reports • Document processes • Operate vehicle in a safely manner and use field automation systems • Follow all company’s procedures and protocols • Build positive relationships with customers • Ability to work flexible shifts and to adapt to changing work schedules • Ability to troubleshoot, test, repair and service technical equipment All positions work in close liaison with internal Company members of engineering design, estimating, purchasing, project management, and production scheduling, and external customers, suppliers and industry members. We offer: • A highly competitive remuneration based on skill and experience. • An immediate start with full induction & training • Genuine advancement prospects and international travel opportunities • A rewarding lifestyle – 45mins away and home to a large part of our team, New Plymouth has been judged the most liveable city in the World for a population under 80,000 How to apply Applications close 5pm Friday 22 June 2018. On-line applications only will be accepted. You must be available for interview in person at our offices before the end of June 2018 to be considered for this role. You must be a New Zealand resident or have a New Zealand Work Visa with 24 months or more validity. No international based applicants will be considered. Apply to the email address below or online now @ www.hotterengineering.com

Head Chef - Columbus Coffee

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

ColumbusCoffee is one of New Zealand's biggest chains of Cafs Columbus Coffee at Mitre 10 MEGANew Plymouth is a busy store and cafe all year round and we pride ourselves onour excellent customer service We offer a close-knit teamenvironment with no regular night work We are seeking an"Experienced Head Chef" to be part of a skilled and motivated team ofprofessionals at our Mitre 10 MEGA New Plymouth Cafe The role offers Full Time Permanent work hours The successful candidate will beable to work at least one day in a weekend and be a team player, stay calm,cheerful focused under pressure and appreciatethe importance of exceedingcustomer expectations A good well-rounded knowledge ofHealth & Safety in the Kitchen and a willingness to share that experiencewith the team is essential We would like to see at least 2years previous experience in both kitchen work and team leadership, to beconsidered for this role Although we are seeking anExperienced Kitchen person/Cook/Chef, the successful applicant will receiveColumbus Training and be expected to complete ongoing training The successful applicant will bea multi-tasker who will bring flair, skill and experience to the preparation ofmeals for our discerning customers, leading a teamwho will learn from youthese important skills You must be able to work fulltime hours; and must be legally allowed to work in NZ We need an enthusiastic personwho has experience and passion and want to be a part of a great team. If theabove excites your passion for work in hospitality and you comply with theabove criteria then we look forward to receiving your application, cover letterand CV. If this sounds like you please click the apply now. Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Checkout Operator - Mitre 10 St Aubyn

Part Time | Retail | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Be a key member of our Mitre 10 St Aubyn Street team and work within an organisation that has twice been voted New Zealand's most trusted home improvement store. Much of that trust comes from knowing weare New Zealand-owned and operated. Mitre 10 St Aubyn Street, New Plymouth is a dynamic and growing business, with a vision to provide inspirational experience (service and product range) to the people of Taranaki. This is your chance to grow your career. This role is essential to deliver exceptional customer service. This opportunity is available for candidates that can work Sunday to Wednesday; start times ranging from 8 am to 9.30 am with corresponding finish times of 4.30 pm to 6 pm. To be successful you must have: Passion for providing exceptional customer service Physical ability to stand for long periods of the day Team player qualities with a can-do attitude Basic computer knowledge Desired, but not essential: Previous Point of sale and/or retail experience Available to cover for staff on leave, etc. We are a seven day a week business and work rostered roster shifts If you believe you are the person we are looking for, please forward your CV and cover letter online. Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Project Manager Lead

Full Time | Engineering | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Our Infrastructure Projects team is looking for two experienced project managers to join us in Project Manager Lead roles. We are looking for people who want to be directly involved in the Council's vision of 'Building a life-style Capital'. You will provide leadership to a team of project managers to deliver a portfolio of projects within the Council's long term plan. You will be responsible for fostering an environment of collaboration with iwi, key suppliers and project stakeholders for successful project delivery. Other key responsibilities include managing reporting on projects, ensuring contract documents and tenders are prepared in line with Council policy as well as legal requirements, and ensuring health and safety is embedded throughout the entire project life-cycle. To be successful you will have a tertiary qualification in an engineering/infrastructure related discipline, be experienced in project, contract and financial management, hold a professional qualification (e.g. EngNZ, PMI) and have a proven track record of collaboration and team engagement. 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 between $97,288 - $104,854. 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. We can offer you this amazing opportunity in the Taranaki region - voted the second best region in the world to visit by Lonely Planet. New Plymouth combines a vibrant, bustling and safe city centre with easy access to amazing natural resources. Whether it's the great surf, climbing our majestic mountain, walking hundreds of kilometres of track or strolling along our award-winning coastal walkway, New Plymouth has something for you. Applications close Friday, 29 June 2018.

Infrastructure Project Manager

Full Time | Engineering | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

We are looking for someone who wants to be directly involved in the Council's vision of 'Building a life-style Capital'. The role is for an Infrastructure Project Manager within our infrastructure project team. This role would see you take the lead in delivering civil engineering, three waters or building projects. With your excellent interpersonal and relationship management skills you will ensure that projects are delivered safely and that project time-frames and costs are monitored and reported. Ideally you'll come to us with a relevant tertiary qualification and experience in the civil engineering, three waters or building sectors. Experience with project management and project leadership, involvement in collaborative contract working and design or construction experience would be advantageous. 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 between $83,038 - $89,495. 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. If this sounds like the opportunity that you have been waiting for to make a difference in our District then we would love to hear from you! Applications close Friday, 29 June 2018.

Resource Teacher

Contract | Education & training | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Fixed Term Position - Terms 3 and 4, 2018 We are seeking a successful, experienced, NZ registered teacher. The ability to work collaboratively with students, whanau, teachers and other professionals is essential. The position will be based in New Plymouth but the successful applicant will need to be able to travel if required. A full drivers license and own vehicle is required. For enquiries, please contact the Taranaki RTLB Manager, Mr Chris Greer, Phone 757 6018 Cell 027 750 0020 or email chris.greer@npbhs.school.nz Application packs to be requested by email at: office@npbhs.school.nz Please send your application, a covering letter and CV to: RTLB Position New Plymouth Boys High School Private Bag 2028 New Plymouth 4342 or email to: office@npbhs.school.nz Applications close at 12pm on Friday, 22 June 2018

Teacher Aide

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

Fixed Term (Terms 3 and 4, 2018) We require an additional Teacher Aide to join our wonderful team for 25 hours per week from Monday 23 July until Thursday 13 December 2018. The successful applicant will work alongside young people who have intellectual and behavioural challenges and assist them with their learning and developing independence. We are looking for someone who emanates enthusiasm and genuine empathy, is cheerful, solutions focused and who has excellent relational skills. Applications in the form of a CV and covering letter can be emailed to: hazel.hayward@inglewoodhs.school.nz CVs must provide name and contact details of two referees. Applications close at 4pm on Friday 22 June Constantia vincit

English Teacher

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

Our English department needs another staff member to join our hard-working, committed team. We are looking for an inspiring teacher who is a lover of literature and all things literary, a team player and someone who builds positive relationships with young people, as well as their colleagues. The successful applicant will be able to teach Year 13. A willingness to contribute to the wider life of the school is expected. This is a full time, permanent position. Start date: Monday 23 July or by negotiation. Applications close 4pm, Friday 29th June. For application details, contact the Principals Assistant: hazel.hayward@inglewoodhs.school.nz

Alcohol and Drug Caseworker

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

The Salvation Army Taranaki Bridge Programme for Alcohol and Drug treatment are seeking to appoint a suitably qualified Addictions Counsellor to a Caseworker position within our programme based in New Plymouth. The ideal candidate will have the following: Tertiary alcohol and drug qualifications or qualifications in a closely related field such as social work, psychology, nursing DAPAANZ professional registration or working towards obtaining Experience in group facilitation and case management in the alcohol and drug field Experience in carrying clinical workloads An awareness of the requirements of the Treaty of Waitangi and be willing to work from a bi-cultural perspective Ability to work with people from other diverse backgrounds and cultures Ability to work within a team environment and also independently when required An empathy with the overall mission of the Salvation Army - caring for people, transforming lives, and reforming society This is a full-time permanent position of 40 hours per week. To be appointed in this role, applicants must have NZ residency or a valid NZ work permit and give permission for the completion of a satisfactory police check. To apply please send a covering letter, current CV and completed application form to Graham_Rattray@nzf.salvationarmy.org by Friday, 22 June 2018. Application form can be downloaded from: http://www.salvationarmy.org.nz/about-us/career-opportunities Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

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