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HSE Advisor - Taranaki/Whanganui

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

Downer is making bold moves to embed HSE in Operational Excellence and is implementing the right organisation wide strategy to prepare our people and our clients to succeed in achieving industry-leading performance in HSE. We are committed to delivering excellence by ensuring our people have the environment and the means to be successful and this position presents you with an opportunity to add high value while experiencing long-term career growth. The role A fantastic opportunity has opened up in the Taranaki and Whanganui region that will have you supporting our operational staff with all Health, Safety and Environmental aspects across a range of road construction and maintenance activities. You’ll be joining a team at the forefront of HSE in NZ and your core purpose is to transfer HSE knowledge to our operations people and support their capability to confidently make good decisions around HSE that enhance the performance of their teams. You will be a trainer, coach, mentor and technical support expert. We are focused on a collaborative and engaging approach rather than one based solely on legal compliance, integrating HSE best practice disciplines into day to day work activities and operational mind set and behaviours will establish this post holder as the epitome of a ‘best practice’ HSE Practitioner. Your success will be measured by the effective ownership of HSE disciplines within all levels of the operational teams. In return we offer: Development opportunities for you to grow your subject matter knowledge base and become a leading go-to HSE industry expert. Working for a leading and stable organisation Stable, supportive and collaborative working environment A competitive remuneration package including a company vehicle Interaction - opportunity to support, mentor and work with a diverse group of people This is the perfect position for a passionate HSE professional who really wants to make a difference in returning the team home to their families at the end of the day About you: You will be a natural problem solver who uses their initiative and has excellent communications skills, coupled with prior experience in a similar operational environment, including particular application and implementation of HSE process and disciplines. Your toolbox will also include Experience in verification protocols aimed at attaining ACC Accredited Employer Programme accreditation A proven track record in driving a ‘just culture’ that support HSE management, encouraging and rewarding excellence The ability to influence HSE in planning and implementation stages of work activities with aim to create a zero harm culture Understanding and delivery of effective rehabilitation as required under ACC Accredited Employer Programme Knowledge of ISO 9001, 14001 and 45001 The ability to travel and support neighbouring regions if and when required. This will all be coupled by your ability to coach, mentor and empower others to own and lead a positive HSE culture. To be part of our world-class HSE team, please put an application forward today by applying online at www.downercareers.co.nz, reference 576018. 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. www.downer.co.nz Right to live and work You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.

Product Manager - Product Suitability

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

Who are you? We’re looking for a Product Manager passionate about the customer life-cycle to lead the development of a programme of work to ensure customers are on the right product solutions for their needs. As Product Manager - Suitability, you’ll work with the wider product management team as well as a range of internal and external stakeholders to identify customers that may need some support in determining if their current products meet their needs. TSB has a range of ongoing engagements and new ones planned in this space, this role will look to enhance these and implement a framework to maintain a standardised engagement programme. This role will work with the front line, customers, data and analytics team and subject matter experts to identify events that may indicate a customer engagement is of value. Using these insights and working with the relevant Product Managers, the role will ensure appropriate engagement with customers is achieved and feedback informs and enhances the programme ongoing. So here’s a great opportunity to join an organisation recognised for its customer service and help provide even more value to customers by joining our talented Product team based in New Plymouth or Auckland on a 12-month fixed term basis. You’ll have the opportunity to own the development, implementation of a customer led product suitability programme fit for handover to BAU n 12 months’ time. At TSB we run a cross functional Product Management team, meaning you’ll have the unique opportunity to work with the relevant product managers across the entire portfolio and support related deliverables during your time at TSB. To be successful in this role, you’ll have sound comprehension of all aspects of product management. Ideally you have experience in customer contact programmes, event/trigger or insight based contact strategies or similar work. You’ll have: 4-10 years’ experience in a Product Management or similar role with demonstrated knowledge in the financial services or payments A Bachelor’s degree in Management or related discipline The aptitude to see the wider organisational implications of product and customer experience activities, while thinking critically and creatively A pro-active, one team approach and strong commercial acumen Highly developed relationship management skills, and the ability to effectively communicate across teams and functions Applications close: Friday 5th February For a copy of the Job Description visit TSB-Product-Manager-Product-Suitability-.pdf 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.

Product Manager - Product Rationalisation

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

Who are you? We’re looking for an experienced Product Manager to join our talented Product team based in New Plymouth or Auckland on a 12-month fixed term basis focusing on ensuring the TSB product portfolio is fit for purpose. The role includes rationalisation of ‘off sale’ products and ensuring customers have an amazing experience as we support them into alternative solutions. If you’re an experienced, driven professional with experience in product or customer migration this could be the role for you. At TSB we run a cross functional Product Management team, meaning you’ll have the unique opportunity to work with the relevant product managers across the entire portfolio in this unique fixed term role. You’ll be instrumental in the development and implementation of the rationalisation and optimisation strategy, including determining if product features should be enhanced and updated rather than removed - in essence the role is taking customer feedback on TSB’s products and using this to ensure TSB takes a customer led approach to optimising the product portfolio mix. To be successful in this role, you’ll have sound comprehension of all aspects of product management. Ideally you have experience in migration, closure, rationalisation or similar programmes of work that have led customers through a change in a positive and meaningful way. You’ll have: 4-10 years’ experience in a Product Management or similar role with demonstrated knowledge in the financial services or payments A Bachelor’s degree in Management or related discipline The aptitude to see the wider organisational implications of product and customer experience activities, while thinking critically and creatively A pro-active, one team approach and strong commercial acumen Highly developed relationship management skills, and the ability to effectively communicate across teams and functions Applications close: Friday 5th February For a copy of the Job Description visit TSB-Product-Manager-Product-Rationalisation.pdf 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.

General Practitioner

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

GENERAL PRACTITIONERS – Permanent KEY POINTS: The CAREfirst group includes our Westown, Merrilands, Moturoa GP practices and Skin Centre Taranaki Practices have between 4 and 10 GP’s Permanent position with negotiable hours and days Competitive remuneration salary and package including health insurance, memberships and phone Relocation costs, quarantine expenses and/or accommodation on arrival can be negotiated Collaborative and supportive colleagues to work alongside Professional development opportunities Sub specialties are supported within the group Skin Centre Taranaki supports GP’s undertaking skin assessments and surgery if this is an interest for you We currently have vacancies and are planning for future growth within the CAREfirst group. If you are a GP who likes to work in a supportive family focused practice, enjoys living in a city that offers cafés, art, outdoor activities with the mountain and surf on your doorstep and has a close community vibe we would love to hear from you. Diversity is celebrated in New Plymouth, it is a safe, welcoming and community-orientated place to live. CAREfirst is a well established and supportive group of practices. We are Taranaki’s largest GP practice, with 18 GPs caring for over 19,000 patients over four practice sites. CAREfirst has an urgent care clinic running five days per week, is supported by radiology, pharmacy, podiatry, physiotherapy and visiting specialist clinics. We also have an excellent and dedicated specialist skin cancer practice within the CAREfirst group. We support our GPs having subspecialties if they are interested. We work closely with our local DHB who provide specialist hospital level care. Position tenths would be 6 – 8 per week, tenths are 4 hours seeing 12 patients with time for associated administration. Team work is important to the staff at CAREfirst, we have 18 nurses and over 20 support staff within the team. We are a progressive practice working with modern IT equipment, INDICI as a patient management system and are working within the health care home model of providing care for our patients. At CAREfirst we pride ourselves on having excellent communication and maintaining a work place culture for all of our staff that supports staff feeling valued and positive. Professional development is encouraged and supported, as are opportunities for staff to engage in social events. New Plymouth is in the Taranaki region, on the west coast of the North Island of New Zealand. It has a population of over 100,000 people and is a mix of diverse cultures and contemporary styles. New Plymouth is a popular region for visitors, businesses, migrants and their families. The district is also known for its rugged coastline, world class surfing spots, fertile farming land, oil and gas industries, major events including WOMAD and, of course, the majestic Mt Taranaki. Taranaki’s mild climate allows residents and visitors ample opportunity to enjoy the many outdoor activities on offer. For more information on the area see: http://visitnewplymouth.nz/ or http://www.newplymouthnz.com/ [link removed] For further information, please contact Leigh Sampson, CE, CAREfirst. Ph 027 705 1462 or email your CV and covering letter to leigh.sampson@carefirst.co.nz The application form will include these questions: How many years' experience do you have as a general practitioner? Are you currently registered with the Medical Council of New Zealand (MCNZ)? Do you have fellowship with the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGP)?

General Hand

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

Description Here at Connell’s we’re not just market leaders, but a team of award-winning contractors providing civil construction solutions throughout New Zealand. We’re looking for the right person who can get us the right result as a General Hand, based in our New Plymouth office. ABOUT THE ROLE As a General Hand, you’ll be working alongside our team on projects in and around the Taranaki region. You will have: Experience in the drainage industry A positive attitude to work W, T, R licenses A commitment to health and safety This is a ‘hands on’, energetic role where you’ll be able to utilise your experience from across the civil industry and other related projects. Due to the nature of our projects, you will need to be willing to travel in and around the Taranaki region. COMPREHENSIVE TRAINING We’ll offer you comprehensive training to ensure you’re able to deliver on our commitment to our zero harm in workplace safety, meet our compliance expectations and ensure all quality assurance procedures are adhered to. Remuneration will be dependent on experience and track record. ABOUT CONNELL We’re an award winning, multi-disciplinary construction company with offices based in Waikato, Auckland and New Plymouth. We operate projects across New Zealand and have been doing so for over 35 years. As market leaders in deep and large diameter pipeline installation, trenchless pipeline rehabilitation, shoring and dewatering, marine work and electrical and civil structures, when you join our team, you know you’re joining a culture that delivers. If you’re looking to own your career, apply now. In-line with our stringent health and safety standards, the successful applicant will be required to undertake a preemployment drug test. Application details Apply online for this role or contact Fabian Bracken for more information.

Operator

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

Description Are you a self-starter with a steady hand? Can you operate machinery with the same competence used to manage your day? Do you have high standards, achieved through attention to detail? At Connell, we’re looking for the right people to produce the right results, working as an Operator in our award-winning civil construction team. An Operator is an important part of our organisation. They work to the best of their ability to implement tasks to our impeccably high standards – displaying competency and accuracy to achieve quality outcomes. ABOUT THE ROLE As an Operator, you will be tasked with operating heavy machinery and using your in-depth knowledge of machinery to implement and deliver best practice operation across our varied sites. You will have: Proven experience operating excavation machinery and labouring on a construction site The ability to work with our high performing crew to achieve our company objectives A driver’s licence for the appropriate class and any relevant endorsements A commitment to all aspects of Health and Safety, Quality & Environmental compliance onsite We are one team and we support each other. The successful candidate will be just as ready to take on alternative tasks or general labour duties to get the job done. Remuneration will be dependent on experience, track record and your ability to perform our key competencies. Due to the nature of our projects, you will need to be willing to travel in and around the Taranaki region. COMPREHENSIVE TRAINING Within this role, you will be required to conform to our company policies, including health and safety, quality and environmental. In return, we offer comprehensive on-the-job training to ensure you’re able to get the job done right. ABOUT CONNELL Connell are an award-winning, multi-disciplinary civil construction company. Our offices are based across the North Island: Auckland, Taranaki, and our head office in the mighty Waikato. You know when you join our team, you’re joining a culture that delivers. Our history spans 35 years, in an industry where we’ve been operating as market leaders in deep and large diameter pipeline installation, trenchless pipeline rehabilitation, shoring and dewatering, marine work and electrical and civil structures. If you’re ready to turn the ignition on a career in Civil Construction, apply now. In-line with our stringent health and safety standards, the successful applicant will be required to undertake a preemployment drug test. Application details Apply online for this role or contact Wayne Collinson for more information.

Store person/ Welder

Full Time | Other | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Description Pipes NZ Limited is a business servicing the New Zealand Steel Industry, selling pipe and fittings into the following markets: Oil and Gas, Water Reticulation, General Engineering, Construction and Drilling. We are looking for a reliable, energetic warehouse person with mechanical welding and fabrication experience who takes pride in their work to join our warehouse team in Bell Block. To help us maintain our high quality reputation we need a reliable person to pick and despatch orders across NZ. We have a position available within our Warehouse team. Proven warehouse experience essential A valid forkhoist License would be advantageous Current welding ticket In this position you will be required to: Pick and despatch orders Replenish stock locations Pack and send pallets Problem solve to improve processes Complete stocktaking on an ongoing basis Periodic welding and gas cutting Work as part of a team To be effective in these roles, you will have: Warehousing experience Good computer knowledge Good numerical ability with attention to detail Good written and spoken English Excellent time keeping and attendance. You must be dependable A current forklift licence would be an advantage Hours are 7:30am to 5pm, Monday to Friday If you would like to become a part of our team, please email us your CV along with a cover letter To be eligible for these positions you will need to pass a pre-employment drug test, and be a NZ Citizen/Resident or have a valid visa Application details Apply online for this role or contact Nicola Warner for more information.

Swim School Instructor

Part Time | Sport & recreation | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Are you looking for a fun and rewarding position? Would you like to teach a lifesaving skill? Do you have exceptional communication and people skills? The Todd Energy Aquatic Centre is looking for part-time swim instructors to join the centre's fantastic team. Our swim school is a seven-day operation with classes from 9.30am to 3pm, 3.30pm to 6pm, and weekend mornings. To be successful you will need to demonstrate the ability to manage an effective and efficient swim school class, in addition to assisting with the professional approach of the swim school through the production of class reports and certificates. You will need to have or be willing to obtain a current first aid certificate and a recognised swim teaching qualification. This is a part-time role and the hours of work shall be 5 hours per week (with the potential for extra hours when there is a business need, by mutual agreement) during the school term only. 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 $44,478 - $48,345 pro-rata. 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 you have a genuine interest in children and enjoy teaching and swimming, then we would like to hear from you! Applications close on Tuesday, 2 February 2021.

Manufacturing Manager New Plymouth

Full Time | Manufacturing | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Downer New Zealand is a leading provider of integrated services. Our Transport Services business is a market leader, shaping and influencing the future of New Zealand’s infrastructure. Incorporating more than 2,500 employees, this business covers a diverse range of services including operations and maintenance of road, rail, port and airport infrastructure, material production and manufacturing, technical services, leading research and development facilities and a large asset base including fixed and mobile assets, with revenues exceeding $800m annually. Our purpose-built Bitumen Plant located in New Plymouth is on the hunt for a Manufacturing Manager to join the team. About the role Utilising your experience in production or manufacturing you’ll ensure our production activities are undertaken in a safe, efficient and profitable manner, as well as providing management and leadership to our Bitumen plant team. You’ll be responsible for our brand new plant based in New Plymouth. Exciting times are ahead especially as this is our R&D centre for full-scale production trials for new products, which provide unique solutions for customer’s problems. With an overall focus on bitumen production, your daily focus will be on: Meeting operational demands including manufacturing of orders as per the production schedule to meet customer requirements Maintenance planning to ensure minimal business disruption and optimal plant usage Leading safety, quality and environmental activities to meet site objectives and targets. Operational Excellence, ensuring manufacturing standards, quality control procedures and processes deliver the repeatable high quality results Financial management to ensure the numbers are on track. This role will be responsible for the management of the Bitumen and Emulsion plant to ensure the manufacturing of high quality products. This also includes accountability for the safety of our people and responsibility for the environment. This is a great opportunity to take the next step in your career to a site management role. About you You will be an accomplished manufacturing practitioner with 5 years’ experience working within the chemical or production industry. As a confident leader you will possess a strong knowledge of safety and operational systems and be able to multitask between site management functions and hands on operations when required. You will also bring a passion of all things mechanical, and enjoy understanding how things work and how you could make them better. You’ll bring a: Proven track record in developing a culture that supports Safety, Quality and Environmental management, encouraging and rewarding excellence Passion for continuous improvement Clear demonstration of leadership behaviours that empower others to make decisions, deliver and succeed Strong commercial knowledge and financial literacy You must be a persuasive communicator who can establish rapport and credibility quickly with colleagues, customers and suppliers. Naturally inquisitive and demanding, you will be an enthusiastic team player who will lead by example. This role will provide the opportunity to stamp your mark on this operation and make it your own. 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 www.downercareers.co.nz reference 575851. 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. www.downer.co.nz Right to live and work You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.

Credit Solutions Manager

Full Time | Banking, Finance & Insurance | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Who are you? Utilise your experience in a credit solutions role by supporting TSB’s maintenance of asset quality and underlying financial performance as a Credit Solutions Manager. We’re looking for a proactive, solutions focussed professional who can lead TSB’s central Credit Solutions team in minimising non-performing loans and loan losses. You’ll bring your strengths in providing customer centric solutions and the ability to identify problematic areas and implement mitigating strategies that are both timely and effective. The role focuses on situations that can be challenging so, you’ll need a vast understanding of credit solutions processes and associated legislation. We require an effective team leader to provide effective day-to-day guidance that enable the Credit Solutions team to collaborate effectively to achieve agreed KPIs. Proven capability in stakeholder management and developing a culture that embraces engagement within teams and our customers, will ensure you stand out from the rest. To be successful in this role, you’ll have: A relevant tertiary qualification and/or specific Credit Solutions qualification preferred. A minimum of 3 years’ experience in a credit management or lending role. Proven experience in a people leadership role with a minimum of 3 years’ experience Excellent communication skills Previous experience in a Credit Control role. An understanding of relevant legislation (e.g. Property Law Act, Personal Property Security Act, Credit Repossessions Act, CCCFA). Who are we? We’re a real New Zealand bank on a mission – to help New Zealanders get ahead and to make their banking experience as easy as possible. 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. 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: Monday 1st February For a copy of the Job Description visit Credit-Solutions-Manager-PD.pdf 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.

Production Coordinator & Administrator

Full Time | Manufacturing | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Want to join a fast paced, interesting small NZ owned manufacturing company supplying cast and machined products to many industries? Want to really own an office administration role and be the backbone of a progressive business... wait.. Is this you? Read on! Bloore & Piller is an independently owned New Zealand company specializing in casting and machining of products to various industries, such as infrastructure, agriculture, dairy, and architectural hardware industries. We are seeking an all-rounder Production Coordinator and Administrator based in Bell Block, Taranaki, to be the glue that holds the company together through administrative & production support to the general manager and the team. Happy working by yourself but also as part of a small dynamic team? Proven skills in administration and want to own your work and thrive off challenges? Strong time management skills, ability to prioritise, and highly detailed and accurate? A portion of this role will have a physical hands on aspect, from assisting in actual production, but not limited to, preparing orders for production, completing orders for dispatch, and following up on material usage and procurement. Key responsibilities include, All General office duties as well as PA support to the General Manager Front Office sales duties including processing incoming and outgoing orders Data entry of all administrative tasks including accounts payable, accounts receivable and timesheets Issuing Purchase orders and coordinating supply lines for services and materials Maintaining inventory management systems and processes Sales support to the sales team QA: Design and administer good QA processes and procedures to help us deliver on time and with the best possible customer experience Checking, packing and dispatching products to customers Coordinating freight and personnel logistics Hands on production work. Setting the workflows up to hummmmm!! Skills & Experience Previous experience as a Office Administrator Experience in Xero would be advantageous but not essential Clear communication, well-spoken and strong written skills (love documenting!) Able to build strong relationships with customers and the team, and provide solutions Thrive in a challenging role that offers variation Be flexible and work well under pressure Be a quick learner and can follow process and instruction High accuracy and great attention to detail Organised and reliable Hours are Monday to Thursday - 7am to 5.30pm (40 hours) Systems & production training as required. Are you a glass half full person that likes to light up a room? Do you have great interpersonal skills and love helping people out? Is this a position for you? The application form will include these questions: Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in New Zealand? Do you have customer service experience? Have you worked in a role where you were responsible for stock control? What's your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

Administration Assistant

Part Time | Office & Admin | New Plymouth / North Taranaki District

Description In this role you will support a team of hard-working Property Valuers, performing day-to-day administration functions to allow them to focus on what they do best - valuing property. Good Microsoft excel, word and general computer skills are required, along with excellent communication skills. Awesome time management and a collaborative approach to working in a team is vital, as well as strong attention to detail. Key duties will include: Answering and distributing calls, taking messages Registering jobs in the database Setting up job folders Liaising with local authorities to acquire property documentation Proof-reading and formatting reports Electronically filing archived jobs General day-to-day admin functions as required by the team This is a permanent, part-time role (approx 20 hours p/week) and will suit someone with a can-do attitude who is not afraid to roll up their sleeves and add value. This would really suit someone who is looking for a role in school hours or to compliment another interest. If you are flexible with your hours and days, that would be an added bonus. NOTE: This role was advertised in Dec 2020, however recruitment was put on hold. If you have previously applied then we encourage you to apply again. Application details Apply online for this role or contact Erin Nixon for more information.

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