Fixed TermInventor ProjectRolleston LocationWe have recently made a significant investment in new CNC Press Brake machines. We now need a person who can convert our existing CAD data into the new format. This will involve running a script, interpreting the old engineering drawings and putting results into a new drawing format. You will have assistance from our Design and Production Engineering teams.This project will suit a person with strong Inventor CAD skills, a CAD Diploma and preferably some industry experience. We envisage the project taking between 4 - 6 months.For over 90 years Moffat have been researching, developing and manufacturing food service equipment. The Moffat group designs, develops, manufactures and markets a comprehensive range of Cooking Equipment (commercial ovens, hobs, Fryers and the like) as well as offering Bakery and Meal Distribution equipment and products.Employing 200 people, we are a part of a global group of companies and have made a substantial investment in our new purpose built 13,500sqm facility at Izone, Rolleston which is now our Australasian centre of excellence.
Airwork Holdings Ltd
Competitive pay scale Career progression Opportunities to travel for workRating courses as requiredFlexible working arrangements; either the option of Monday to Friday or a 4 on 4 off rosterAirwork (NZ) Ltd is Australasia's most progressive and diverse helicopter maintenance and Support Company. Operating from our main facility at Ardmore, Auckland we provide line, field and major maintenance support, dynamic component overhaul, turbine repair and overhaul and design and manufacturing to our customers and operators globally. We also offer complete aircraft refurbishments and avionic and electrical maintenance and upgrades. Airwork (NZ) Ltd is part of the Airwork Group of companies. We are currently on the hunt for our next Helicopter Engineer to be based at Ardmore.The key tasks include: To carry out maintenance of the company and customer aircraft as required by the Helicopter Maintenance Manager or their deputy in accordance with the Airwork Pt 145 exposition and relevant SPI'sTo attend all meetings and training as requiredTo ensure all duties are carried out in accordance with Health & Safety requirementsSupply and maintain suitable general hand tools to carry out the prescribed workAll work is conducted in a professional manner while working with in the Airwork structureTo gain the appropriate knowledge and skill level on the helicopter type that is being work onMaintain a clean and tidy appearance at all times while at workSuggest ways to improve company efficiencyTo succeed in this role you need to possess the following:Helicopter industry experienceExperience and/or ratings on the following types would be an advantage:BK117LTS101AS355A250Group II HelicopterYou must be:Approachable for both internal and external customers and staffConfident with strong communication and technical skillsHave a professional approachClean and tidy in your appearanceFlexibleAble to follows through on commitmentsCalm under pressureAccurate in work processesHard working and not afraid to get your hands dirtyDon't let this great opportunity fly by. If you believe you tick all the boxes then apply now.
Wellington Water Limited
New Year, New Job!Are you keen to support the maintenance and delivery of water services to the Wellington region?Are you physically fit and confident working in confined spaces?Wellington Water is looking for a drainage serviceperson to be based at our Porirua depot who knows and understands the area of stormwater and wastewater maintenance and is prepared to get down and dirty to clear sanitary sewer and stormwater blockages and ensure a free-flowing system.People work at Wellington Water because they want to make a difference. That means you will be helping to look after our most precious assets: water, human health and welfare, and the environment, so our communities can prosper.We want someone who has a desire to learn and share their knowledge. In addition, you'll have initiative and a positive can-do attitude and most importantly be able to work as part of our close-knit team.You must be physically fit and confident working in confined spaces. You will have an understanding of drainage reticulation systems, relevant trade or proven experience in plumbing or drain laying and knowledge and experience of pipe laying and concrete work. A plumbing and/or drain laying trade certificate is desirable, as is a heavy trade driver's licence. You will be rostered on-call and therefore must be able to work after hours if required. It's important that you can champion a strong health and safety culture as part of this role.So what can we offer you in return? We're proud of our great workplace culture and will encourage your growth and personal development as part of an operationally focused team. We work with a high degree of ethics and values and are respectful of each other. You'll be part of a great team and have all the support and benefits of a large organisation. We know you'll enjoy working here too!You will already have the right to work in New Zealand. Visit our website www.wellingtonwater.co.nz to read about the innovative things we get up to and see a video about working here. We'll be reviewing applications as they're received, so do it now!Applicants will be required to undergo drug and alcohol testing prior to commencing employment with Wellington Water.
Wellington Water Limited
People work at Wellington Water because they want to make a difference. If you want to help deliver great outcomes to the community and influence the health, environment and wellbeing of the region, then our fast-paced company wants to hear from you!We're looking for someone with previous experience ideally within the water industry. You may come from a mechanical trade background with a trade certificate in fitting and turning. This role is based in Porirua at the Wastewater Treatment Plant.At Wellington Water, you'll work for a respected infrastructure business, which touches the lives of all Wellingtonians. We provide a set of strategically important and valued council services across our region, and pride ourselves on business excellence, high quality service delivery and sector-specific expertise.Due to growth in the catchment area, the scenic Titahi Bay Wastewater Treatment plant is undergoing upgrades and improvements. This is an opportunity to use your knowledge and broaden your skills while working in a collaborative team environment.Success in the role will depend on your ability to be a self-starter, accurately and effectively assist with the day to day efficient operation of the treatment plant and pumping stations. Overtime and rostered call out work is a key component of this role.Ideally you will have a national certificate or national diploma in wastewater treatment. If not you will be willing to complete this study.You will need:Work experience in the wastewater industry, or relevant mechanical aptitudeGood interpersonal and communications skills for dealing with internal and external customers and stakeholdersFull drivers license and preferably a heavy traffic license as wellTo be able to meet the physical requirements of the role.This is a great opportunity to work for Wellington Water. We pride ourselves on providing an essential, quality service to the public.Visit our website www.wellingtonwater.co.nz to read about the innovative things we get up to and see a video about working here.Applicants will be required to undergo drug and alcohol testing prior to commencing employment with Wellington Water.As we are screening applications as they come in, we encourage you to apply now.
Wellington Water Limited
People work at Wellington Water because they want to make a difference, and that means you will be helping to look after our most precious assets: water, human health and welfare, and the environment, so our communities can prosper.Due to an increased focus on water quality our team is expanding and to fill this new vacancy we are looking for either an experienced operator or someone with a suitable trade background who is an adaptive learner and strongly desires to work in the water treatment industry. This is an opportunity to work in some of our beautiful, pristine catchments with a professional and highly competent team, who will support you to grow your career in the essential water industry.Our team work collaboratively to ensure a continuous supply of safe water to our customers, using sophisticated process control, analytical instrumentation, and demand management tools. As a supplier of an essential service our focus is on quality and reliability in all aspects of our business.You'll be able to commit to being on rostered standby and be available for after-hours work with our water supply system.Ideally you will have:A qualification in Water TreatmentKnowledge of water treatment processes, with a good understanding of operation and maintenance of water supply instrumentationA good understanding of Health & Safety, Maintenance and Environmental Management systems, with some experience in safe handling of hazardous chemicalsExperience in reading process and instrumental diagramsGood interpersonal and communications skills for dealing with all internal and external customers and stakeholdersFull driver's licenseExcellent communication and relationship building skillsThis is an opportunity to join a company with a fantastic culture that provides a set of strategically important and valued public services across the Wellington region. Wellington Water prides itself on business excellence, high quality service delivery and providing trusted advice to our five shareholding councils.Visit our website www.wellingtonwater.co.nz to read about the innovative things we get up to and see a video about working here.Applicants will be required to undergo drug and alcohol testing prior to commencing employment with Wellington Water.As we are screening applications as they come in, we encourage you to apply now.
Key role in our Lines BusinessKapiti Coast locationStable and growing company, work close to home, support your communityCompetitive salary package including fully subsidised medical insuranceElectra are the ninth largest electricity distribution company in NZ with over 90 years' experience in the industry. Our company is very fortunate to be based in two magnificent regions starting with Paekakariki in the Kapiti Coast through to Tokomaru in the Horowhenua region. In addition to our Lines Business, Electra also owns Skycommunications , Electra Services and Electra Generation - a group of companies that operate across New Zealand and overseas. Our Lines Business division is responsible for the construction and maintenance of the Electra Network. We are seeking an energetic and highly organised person to join our Project Team as an Electrical Estimator/Project Management Support.Reporting to our Programme Manager, this position will predominantly manage an efficient third party estimating process and build and maintain effective relationships with key customers. Key tasks will include: responding to customer requests for work/tenders and providing pricing; developing plans; specifications and cost estimates for third party projects. Other responsibilities will include project management support to internal stakeholders to provide scoping assistance and pricing for network jobs.This position will suit someone with sound technical competence within the Electricity Distribution Industry (3+ years) that is looking to expand their knowledge within the Project Management field.Joining Electra will see you joining a locally focused, growing organisation with clients and partners throughout the Horowhenua and Kapiti regions. We are proud of the work that we do and our meticulous focus on health and safety and customer centric solutions.
Kono NZ LP
Kono is a unique Maori owned Limited Partnership company. Our objective is to be one of the best food and beverage businesses in the world. Employing over 400 staff across our entities we farm over 530 hectares of land and sea, and export to over 25 countries throughout the world.We are looking for a motivated Factory Maintenance Engineer to join our team based in Blenheim. This is a real hands-on role that supports the production team through routine maintenance and day to day projects. The role will also provide an opportunity to drive improvements through the development of a preventive maintenance program and alignment to our health & safety and food safety standards.The role:The Factory Maintenance Engineer is a key member of the site team. You will be part of the production team responsible for supporting the assembly, operation, and repair and maintenance of all the equipment and services across the factory.Your routine tasks will include:Ensuring all tasks carried out follow company standards and meet regulatory requirementsAssisting with the development of production tooling, equipment and processesMaking sure Health and Safety compliance is front of mind always, maintaining a clean and safe working environmentWe would love to hear from you if you have:Trade qualification in mechanical engineering or related fieldsExperience in the assembly, repair and maintenance of mechanical machineryExperience in manufacturing/ maintenance, repair and operation or similar, preferably from within the food industryA proven flexible 'can do' attitudeA real focus on continuous improvement of work processesExcellent eye for detail and qualityHave innovation and want to learn new thingsAble to build great relationships across the whole workforceOutstanding verbal and written communication skillsApplicants must have the right to work in New Zealand.Kono has a drug and alcohol policy and the successful applicant will be required to undergo pre-employment drug and medical screening.
Full time position based in Levin OR ParaparaumuWork close to home, miss that Wellington CBD commute!Work on some of the region's most exciting projectsUtilise your design expertise in New Zealand's fastest growing regions Kapiti and Horowhenua Electra is the ninth largest electricity distribution company in NZ with over 90 years' experience in the industry. Our company is very fortunate to be based in two magnificent regions starting with Paekakariki in the Kapiti Coast through to Tokomaru in the Horowhenua region. In addition to our Lines Business, Electra also owns SkyCommunications, Electra Services Limited and Electra Generation- a diverse group of companies that operate across New Zealand and overseas.We are seeking a self-motivated person to join us as a Network Designer. As part of our Network Team, you will provide design services for the Electra distribution network to contribute to the achievement of the annual work programme. This will include design and specifications for the installation of both field and substation equipment ensuring all designs and specifications comply with industry standards.Key responsibilities for this role include: Distribution design of 11kV, 33kV & 400V overhead and underground reticulation including supporting calculationsDesign/specifying electrical and mechanical equipment to be installed in the field/substationsPreparation of drawings using CAD softwareProviding assistance with on site network designs and specificationsObtaining relevant approvals, consents and permissions for designsReview of designs provided by external contractors.To be successful in this role you will require a degree or diploma level Electrical Engineering qualification as well as proven experience using GIS and CAD software. Preferably you will also have experience in both the electricity distribution and construction industries with experience in managing projects.On offer to you is an excellent place to work, a great salary and the chance to work in the local community, truly making a difference. Electra are by far one of the most respected local organisations and we have exciting plans ahead.Want to be part of them? Don't delay, apply now!