Exciting and varied roleGreat lifestyle in the growing Waimakariri DistrictSupportive and friendly working environmentThe Waimakariri District Council serves a community of over 50,000 that is experiencing rapid growth with a high rate of development accompanied by corresponding demands on infrastructure and services.The Council is seeking an experienced Subdivisions Engineer to work within the Subdivisions Team as part of the Project Delivery Unit, based in Rangiora. The Project Delivery Unit provides asset management and engineering planning, design, and delivery consultancy services to the Plan Implementation Unit, Utilities and Roading Department, Green Space Team, and the wider Council.This is a fantastic opportunity for a motivated and skilled professional. The council offers a challenging work environment where you really make a difference. Typical tasks include undertaking engineering assessments on plan change applications, providing engineering advice on resource consents, engineering plan reviews, inspections, coordination with developers, and consultation with Asset Managers.To secure this position you will need to have:An in-depth understanding of civil engineering principles;A proven ability to manage projects with multiple inputs from planners, asset managers, developers, and consultants;Experience in 3 waters engineering; stormwater experience is strongly desired;An understanding of the Resource Management Act;Strong written and oral communication skills;Excellent analytical skills and the ability to problem solve;A solutions focused attitude;A desire to seek the challenges of dealing with a wide variety of engineering matters arising from varied developments.Applicants will be highly motivated team players who are well organised and committed to providing excellent service and quality results.With our main office in Rangiora, just 30 minutes north of Christchurch, you will also have the opportunity to live in the rural environment, provincial town, or Christchurch City, all within an easy commute of work. Whatever your choice of living environment it is readily available and affordable. With a range of outdoor activities on your doorstep, Waimakariri is an ideal location to work, live, and play.The rewards for this position includes a competitive salary package designed to reflect the nature of this role to the Council's business and attract the right person to join our team, which includes great working conditions and a very supportive and friendly team environment.The Council is a Professional Development Partner with IPENZ and is an equal opportunity employer.If you have the appropriate skills, experience and attitude to fulfil the requirements of this position, and you want to be on our team then get in touch because we want to hear from you.For more information on the position contact Kelly LaValley, Project Delivery Manager, on (03) 311 8900.
Based 50 kms south of Dunedin, Pan Pac Forest Products (Otago) Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of Pan Pac Forest Products Ltd. Under the guidance of the Engineering Co-ordinator you will be tasked with ensuring that all mechanical issues are dealt with effectively to ensure operational reliability.You will provide practical engineering support for all aspects of the plant to ensure optimal performance is achieved. You will investigate and resolve all breakdowns and failures promptly and seek continuous improvement opportunities to further enhance the reliability of the plant.As the successful candidate, you will ideally have the following attributes:NZQA Level 4 Engineering Trade Certificate (or similar)Preferably hold a Limited Electrical Licence EST certificateMinimum of 3 years' experience in plant maintenance and reliabilityGood knowledge of engineering standards and proceduresStrong mechanical aptitude, with an understanding of PLC and DCS control systemsGood interpersonal skillsSound judgement with a tactical and pragmatic team approach to problem solvingAbility to respond quickly to changes in priorities or urgent requirements when they ariseAbility to sustain a high level of energy and composure during times of pressureStrong work ethic with a proactive "can do" attitudeStrong health and safety focusAn appreciation of TPM, LEAN, 5S or 6 Sigma manufacturing principles and asset management software would all be highly advantageous.If you are looking for an exciting new challenge, then we would love to hear from you.
Tegel is an iconic New Zealand brand with a long history of producing quality poultry products to New Zealand's high standards. We produce high volumes and a wide variety of chicken products every day, in a modern production plant, operating 24 hours. To make sure our plant keeps running efficiently, we are looking for enthusiastic Maintenance Engineers to join our team in Henderson.You will be responsible for carrying out preventative, corrective and general maintenance on our machinery as well as focusing on elimination of downtime within the plant.You will need to be innovative, with a continuous improvement mind-set and logical troubleshooting skills and have the ability to set, operate and handle line changes as per production schedules while complying with our hygiene, quality and safety requirements.These roles are for our nightshift. You will be working 12 hours a day, on a rotating roster.The successful candidate will have the following skills & experience:Relevant Trade QualificationWelding and machining skillsManaging preventative maintenance programmesProactive in decision making and problem solvingHealth and safety focusedGood team playerStrong interpersonal skills with the ability to interact at all levels within the plantPositive outlook with lateral thinking abilityFlexible approach to work hours (as some weekend work will be required)This is an excellent opportunity for a Maintenance Engineer with strong mechanical experience to join a leading manufacturing environment to further develop their skills & experience.We can offer a competitive remuneration package, which includes medical insurance and the opportunity to see results for your efforts.Please note that our recruitment process will include a pre-employment medical, aptitude test and drug screening.Applicants for this position must have NZ Citizenship/residency or hold a valid work permit.
Are you an Operations Technician with proven experience in the treatment of water, who is environmentally focused and keen to grow their experience in the industry?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.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.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.Overall, you'll be controlling and minimising the environmental impact of operational activities and applying your years of experience and knowledge of the industry to ensure the daily water supply needs are met for the region.Ideally you will have:An engineering or technical background with 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 diagramsDetailed understanding of the New Zealand Drinking Water StandardsGood interpersonal and communications skills for dealing with all internal and external customers and stakeholdersFull driver's licenseExcellent communication and relationship building skillsElectrical background may be advantageous.This 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.
Great opportunity for someone looking to develop their leadership skills in a thriving business and reap the reward of being part of a friendly and professional team.Gillies Metaltech is New Zealand's premiere manufacturer of AS/NZS2280 Ductile Iron Watermain Fittings. We currently have an opportunity for a Finishing Coordinator to lead our dynamic team. Previous leadership and Fitting/Turning experience would be beneficial.Your duties will include:Co ordination of the production scheduleDeveloping and refining manufacturing processes to meet KPIsOngoing training of team membersGeneral machining and assemblyWhat do you need to succeed?High regard for all aspects of Health & SafetyAbility to lead a cross functional TeamDriven to succeed and meet objectivesProven self - managementTrade Certified or Indentured MachinistAn understanding of Competitive/Lean Manufacturing principalsThe successful applicant will be required to undergo pre -employment drug and alcohol testing, as a pre-requisite to obtaining employment.If you are committed and have a sense of humour, then please apply via our website.
Oh poo, Mike's leaving. There are a lot of crappy jokes at the wastewater treatment plant but this is not one of them. So we are now looking for a Team Leader to manage the Porirua Waste Treatment plant, to carry on the great work that Mike and the team have been doing.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.Our Porirua Wastewater team work collaboratively to ensure the wastewater treatment process is maintained and optimised for performance, efficiency and reliability. It's a critical role for the community and our focus is on quality, reliability, safety and managing the environmental impact in all aspects of our business.You will lead a small team of competent wastewater technicians with a high level of integrity, and make sure the wastewater treatment plant is working at its optimum, while minimising the environmental impact of the operational activities.You may be in a process engineering role or you may be a wastewater industry professional looking for your next opportunity. You may already have team leadership responsibilities or you may be looking to move to a team leader role. In any case you will be able to apply your years of experience and knowledge of the industry to ensure the process needs are met for the plant to service the region. Ideally you will have:A high level of expertise of health and safety management practices and a good understanding of quality, asset and environmental management systemsAn engineering or technical background and/or a qualification in Wastewater Treatment (eg Diploma of Wastewater Treatment)A high level of expertise with Wastewater Treatment facilities and the hazardous chemicals/environments involvedBe PC literate including Microsoft suite of office productsFull drivers licenceGood interpersonal and communication skills for dealing with all our internal and external customers and stakeholders.This is a great opportunity to join us. We have a fantastic culture that provides 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.
This is a key leadership role. Reporting to the General Manager Infrastructure, we require an outstanding individual to provide oversight to all business processes and play a lead role in supporting all facets of the group's activities. You will provide high quality activity, operations and financial analysis. A key aspect will be monitoring risk, statutory and corporate compliance as well as identifying performance improvement opportunities.We are seeking someone with demonstrable success in leading a large and diverse team of spirited individuals. You will be a high performer, with significant public or private sector experience, and a track record of consistently achieving outstanding results. We are looking for someone who is passionate about being a part of Local Government who enjoys living and working in a world famous area of New Zealand and who can bring an innovative and strategic approach to Council's activities.Te Kaunihera o nga Roto o Rotorua (Rotorua Lakes Council) is committed to working in partnership with Te Arawa, our local iwi. We aspire to being a bicultural organisation and we value staff who speak te reo Maori, have an appreciation of Maori values, and a working knowledge of tikanga Maori.This is an exciting opportunity to join our talented and high performing team.Think you're up for the challenge? Check out the details and send us your application.
About Daifuku BCSDaifuku BCS is a dynamic, exciting and evolving, multi-dimensional global company. With over 500 employees, we specialize in complex industrial automation and sortation systems within the aviation and logistics industries. We are a highly diverse enterprise, rich in culture and expertise with an international footprint spanning in excess of 22 countries across the world.With the support of our key partner and parent, Daifuku Corporation, the world's largest and most innovative materials handling solutions provider, we are changing the way our client's think in the delivery and optimisation of industrial automation and sortation solutions.. We value innovation, excellence and outstanding service delivery in all that we do. Our commitment to our vision helps us forge deep, strong and enduring relationships with all of our clients to ensure that together we reach our goals.At Daifuku BCS, we consistently strive to look beyond the obvious and inspire an environment of creativity, innovation and continuous improvement. Daifuku BCS strongly values mutual respect and trust in each other and our teams providing a culture that is underpinned with a commitment to having fun in all that we do!.About the RoleReporting to the Executive General Manager - Global Project Delivery the primary purpose of the Group Process Improvement Manager's role is to actively manage Process Improvement for Daifuku BCS through working with key stakeholders in the business to identify area's for change and implementing, embedding and maintaining processes to drive that change.Your key responsibilities will include but not limited to:Change IdentificationLiaise with key stakeholders (Daifuku BCS Senior Leadership Team) to identify areas for potential improvement.Keep up to date with statutory or regulatory changes that may enforce the need for change.Develop brief and recommendations for change.Identify any internal or external tools required to support the change.Prepare forecasts and budgets for approval of implementation.Facilitate workshops to ensure buy in across all stakeholders for changeChange ImplementationDevelop Process Maps for change.Ensure suitability of process to effectively embed change without negatively impact allied areas of the business.Advise on and employ change management principles to effectively roll out change ensuring rapid adoption.Ensure change budget is adhered to.Continuous improvementMonitor adoption and suitability of new processes ensuring that we continuously evolve and refine our processes to meet business needs.Ensure we drive towards ISO 9001 and maintain accreditation once achievedWhat we are looking forKnowledge, skills and ExperienceAbility to develop strong relationships, built on mutual respect, across all levels in the business.Ability to plan, organise, lead, control and direct resources.Excellent verbal and written communication skills.Strong negotiation skills.Advanced analytical interpretation and problem-solving skills.Proven cost control and business analysis skills, and successful management and delivery of projects.Proven report writing skills, detailed analysis / proposals incorporating cost benefit analysis.Computer Literate with experience in Word Processing, Spread sheeting and Cost Control Systems.Ability to understand new technologies as they apply to the business.Proven change management capabilitiesPrevious experience implementing ISO 9001, securing and maintaining accreditation.Proven experience implementing and maintaining business process flows and standard operating procedures.In depth knowledge of Large Project based businesses.In depth knowledge of businesses operating sophisticated Customer Support services.Personal attributesTime management & personal organisation.Attention to detail.Good personal presentation.Collaborative and respectful.Customer centric.Team Player.Accountability & Communicative.Walk the Talk.Results oriented.Proactive self-starter with a "can do" attitude.Ability to work well under pressure and meet deadlines.Why work at DaifukuBCSThis position offers the successful candidate a rewarding and incredibly exciting opportunity to make a real difference to our business and our clients. If you're up for the challenge APPLY NOW!The next stepsIf this sounds like the right opportunity for you, then we want to hear from you.Please submit your application by providing your resume, along with a cover letter specifically addressing the selection criteria and why you are suited for the role.***Respectfully, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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.As a supplier of an essential service within the community, our focus is on quality and reliability in all aspects of our business. The Controls Systems team work collaboratively to look after the technology behind treatment plants, pump stations and reservoirs, so these systems can run automatically with minimal manual intervention.In this role you will be part of an innovative team, one that works on the leading edge of control systems application, design and development.You'll be experienced with industrial control, telemetry and instrumentation equipment. In addition, you'll have a thorough understanding of design, configuration and implementation of system wide software and interface standards (e.g. PLC, SCADA).Success in the role depends not only on your technical skills, but on your ability to think innovatively, take initiative and be proactive in supporting your team members. A current full NZ driver's license is required and because delivering water is a 24/7 operation there will be occasions when you are expected to work after normal business hours.This 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 watch our video about working here.Applicants will be required to undergo drug and alcohol testing prior to commencing employment with Wellington Water.
The Whakatane District Council's Transportation Group is seeking an experienced engineer to assist in the operational management of the District's roading network by delivering high quality, cost effective maintenance and operations activities.The successful applicant will have a demonstrated track record of achievement in the day-to-day management of roading networks and will have advanced skills in network inspection and effective work programming.Essential qualities and capabilities for this role include:The ability to work as part of a close-knit team committed to delivering the best possible roading outcomes for our community;Experience in delivering effective road maintenance activities and emergency work responses;Familiarity with resource consent and permitting requirements and an ability to develop and maintain strong working relationships with consenting authority partners;An analytical approach to monitoring and managing contractor performance and health and safety procedures; andAccurate record-keeping and reporting.A relevant tertiary civil engineering qualification is a prerequisite for this role, as is at least five years of practical experience in civil engineering and managing civil projects. Knowledge of NZTA procedures, resource consent processes, surveying equipment practice and roading design software is also required.We offer potential candidates the opportunity to work as part of a motivated, professional and community-focused team in one of New Zealand's sunniest locations. You will be working with talented and enthusiastic people who like to have fun and enjoy our spectacular natural environment.For an appreciation of what the Whakatane District has to offer, visit www.Whakatane.com.