McAlpine Hussmann is an established major supplier to the commercial air conditioning and refrigeration industry throughout Australasia. As part of Panasonic Corporation, we have access to international R&D and world-class products.We are looking for a full-time CNC Machine Operator to operate computer controlled Turret Punch equipment used in the manufacture of supermarket food cases (refrigerated & heated) at our Specialty Case Facility situated in Tauranga.Applicants should have:Experience operating production machinerySome computer skillsSheet-metal industry experience is desirable but not essentialMechanical aptitudeNote: this position does involve lifting.Hussmann Behaviours for Success are...Customer Focus, Challenge and change, Personal Accountability, Team Player, Owner Mind-set, Solutions Driven, and Respectful Courage.Previous applicants need not re-apply.
Full-time job opportunityGreat salary and social teamTraining provided - get new skills!Looking for a change? Ever thought of using the trade skills you already have in a whole new way, and gaining an extra skillset while you're at it?If that's the case, and you're a qualified Coach Builder, Sheet Metal Fabricator, Welder or Panel Beater, then we want you!We are Byron Wade. We're a high-quality design and manufacturing business currently making waves in the specialty vehicle market. We lead the way in many areas of the transport industry, from both one-off custom designs and builds to larger scale projects, and we're continuing to grow by the day.Due to increasing demand, we've got a full time opportunity for a talented fabricator, coach builder, welder or panel beater to join our highly skilled team, fitting out luxury horse coaches, ambulances and police cars to get them out there on the front lines.Full training will be provided, so don't worry if you don't have coach building experience. We just want your trade skills and expertise, plus a keen eye for detail, an ability to problem-solve and a willingness to pick up a few new tricks along the way.You'll enjoy a unique range of projects - no two jobs will be the same. And you'll enjoy yourself, relaxing with your tight-knit team over a bbq and beers, and getting the added benefit of a serious career boost with those extra skills.At the end of the day though, you'll know that you're helping people, often emergency response teams, do what they do best. And you just can't beat that feeling.Don't delay - apply today!
At Kono Seafood we take New Zealand's reputation for world class seafood seriously. We take the best seafood from all over New Zealand, cultivate and catch our produce using the most stringent of safety and sustainability standards. We bring the best of New Zealand seafood to the world.We are seeking a 2IC to assist with manufacturing operations, and help achieve optimum production through our Opening Room department. This will be achieved through being both hands on as well as effectively leading, managing and motivating our team of production operators.Reporting to the Team Leader, key criteria and responsibilities include:recent experience in a successful supervisory rolea strong understanding of manufacturing and production environmentsan understanding of clean room processing requirements and Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP).effective planning and decision-making skillsexperience in continuous improvement and lean manufacturingthe ability to work in a highly regulated manufacturing environmentstrong communication and relationship management skillsa high level of initiative with a proactive approach to management and health and safetya willingness to be hands on, and physically fitThe successful applicant will have the ability and aptitude to both work alongside his or her fellow production staff, and to lead by example, in a busy work environment where adherence to procedures and SOP requirements are essential. This is a challenging but rewarding role in a dynamic and fast-growing company.Experience in a supervisory or management role within an industrial food processing environment or a related industry, and good spoken and written English and communication skills is strongly desirable.All applicants should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.
Tegel is an iconic New Zealand brand with a long history of producing quality product to New Zealand's high standards. We produce high volumes and a wide variety of chicken products every day for both domestic and international markets.We are looking for someone with proven machine setting experience, enjoys 'hands on' work and has a can do attitude for chicken processing operation at our Henderson processing plant. This role is an extension of a process worker role so general processing duties are also expected of the successful candidates. You will be required to follow strict Health & Safety and Food Safety procedures.Applicants will be able to demonstrate they have:Previous mechanical experience preferably in a poultry or meat processing factory.A good Health and Safety recordGood verbal communication skills and numerical abilityA positive, enthusiastic, team approachA focus on attention to detailGood physical fitness, as manual work is requiredStrong mechanical aptitudeIf this opportunity sounds like you please apply by sending your Cover Letter & CV by no later than Friday - 30th June'17.Please be advised our recruitment process will include a pre - employment medical, numeracy literacy assessment and drug screening.
Tegel is an iconic New Zealand brand with a long history of producing quality product to New Zealand's high standards. We produce high volumes and a wide variety of chicken products every day for both domestic and international markets.We are looking for an Inventory Coordinator to work within our Further Processing plant based in Henderson. Your main role will be to ensure 100% traceability of ingredients through accurate reporting and continual improvement to current processes.You will be someone who has a passion for working with numbers and data, and is able to think on their feet quickly to solve problems as they arise. You may be a recent graduate looking for that first step in your career or have a couple of years' experience in an inventory management role looking for a change.The skills/attributes you will have to be successful in this role are: A passion for working with numbers and numerical dataStrong computer skills (especially MS office and ERP systems)A background in inventory management within an FMCG companyA related tertiary qualificationCapacity for critical thinkingQuick problem-solverKnowledge of food safety and qualityAs well as great career development prospects and a supportive working environment, we also offer complimentary medical and life insurance.Please note that our recruitment process does include a pre-employment medical and psychometric tests. Candidates need to hold a Permanent residency or valid New Zealand work visa.If this role sounds like you, please apply now!
Six Month fixed-term project based role.Start immediatelyJoin a market leading frozen food manufacturing company.See your hard work have a direct and positive impact on the quality of our productsLeader is founded on family values and strives to deliver quick, easy, and delicious products to our customers. Supplying a range of food services and retail chains both in New Zealand and internationally, Leader has proved itself a dominant player in the convenience food market. We are not content with the status quo and we never stop pushing the boundaries with our Product Development program.It is an exciting time to join our company - manufacturing is increasing, sales are rocketing, and we have several new companies knocking on our door, that's where you come in! We have been asked by potential customers to gain BRC within the next six months, the GAP analysis has been completed and the necessary plans are in place. Now, we just need a Quality Assurance Professional who can implement the plan!Reporting to the Quality Assurance Manager, your main areas of work will include:Developing systems that meet the BRC standard, such as traceability, allergen control, and supplier approval.Ensuring the BRC implementation plan is kept on track at all times, with road blocks clearly communicated.Assisting the training coordinator with training requirements for BRC, and ensuring they are captured in the overall training matrixThe successful candidate will have the following skills, experience, and attributes:4-5 years' experience in Quality Assurance in the food manufacturing industryExperience with BRC will be an advantage.Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively within a team environment.Demonstrated ability in QA systems development and implementation.Excellent planning, organization and time management skills, including attention to detail.Experience in project management and prioritizing.Excellent oral and written communication skills.Proficiency in the Microsoft suite of products (especially PowerPoint and Excel).Your investigative mind, problem solving skills, and proactive approach to challenges will see you succeed in this role. If you think you have what it takes to see this exciting project from end to end, then click APPLY NOW!
East Tamaki LocationWe are Altus, a joint venture between Fletcher Aluminium and NALCO, two outstanding Aluminium companies, having now become one. Altus places health and safety of our people ahead of everything else. Our shared vision for Altus is to Aim High and Dig Deep. It is only through the recruitment and development of great people will we, and you, reach full potential…come join the team!The Fabrication Support Officer will need to travel around the country as part of a regular call cycle being the main point of contact for support of the Altus Fabricator Network on Continuous production process improvements, training, manufacturing development, support and maintenance of tooling, building site visits , implementation & support of labour capture software and overall factory efficiencies.This role requires someone with strong Aluminium Joinery Manufacturing experience with a willingness to be hands on to educate, guide and assist the customer with their drive to achieve operational excellence in the manufacture of residential and commercial window and door systems.To be considered for this role you will have:Experience in aluminium joinery manufacturing essentialUnderstanding of AutoCAD or other CAD package is necessaryAbility to work independently and remain focused on the purpose of the position, while effectively working within a team environmentWorking knowledge of applicable elements of the NZBC clauses and relevant standardsExcellent people, oral and written communication skillsUnderstand business processes and have the ability to improve themAltus are absolutely committed to Health and Safety, as such a full drug and medical assessment form a part of our pre-employment selection process. Applicants must have the right to live and work and New Zealand.
Do you have experience in supervisory role and would like to work for an Iconic New Zealand company? If so, look no further. Tegel Foods Ltd is a market leader in poultry products and we have a fantastic career opportunity within our Henderson Further Processing plant for a Team Coordinator. The successful applicant will be a part of the nightshift team, the working hours will be 5pm - 5:30am (12 hours shift), 3 days a week.This is an extension of a Process Worker role, so general process working duties would be expected to be delivered by the successful candidate. We are looking for someone who can supervise and motivate the team members in order to attain production goals following our Health & Safety practices. You will be responsible for coaching, assigning tasks, motivating employees, solving conflicts and reporting to the appropriate personnel.You must have:Excellent communication and interpersonal skillsHigh motivation & ReliabilityThe ability to lead other peopleHave had some experience in a supervisory roleTime managementGood problem-solving skillsAn eye for detailResult - oriented attitude.If this role sounds like you, please apply now!Applications close on Friday, 7thJuly, 2017.
We are a multi-national company operating in a highly competitive environment with a well-recognised brand profile. We require a Service Delivery Manager to lead a national company operational efficiency's and ensure a high level of customer service is maintained throughout the Wellington territory.Our business is in the washroom industry which includes Managed Washroom Systems, Managed First Aid Systems, supply and management of washroom and other consumables.Previous background in a service industry would be an advantage. However the ability to demonstrate a successful track record in customer service, sales and business development is desired.Mandatory are the following:Ability to set, manage and achieve service and sales targetsSelf-motivationExcellent presentationEffective communication skillsA strong passion for customer service and growing a business through effective leadership skills.This position offers a competitive package, including company vehicle as well as a bonus structure.
Stainless Design is leading the way in precision sheetmetal fabrication with 130 employees operating 2 shifts. With the latest technology and processes, Stainless Design has a strong customer base and has built an excellent reputation in the industry.We have an opportunity for a person with natural leadership, strong people skills and good mechanical aptitude to lead our Production Office team and continue to develop the positive high performance culture that has been built up over the last few years. You will be responsible for a multicultural team of 14 people with three broad functions: (1) Preparing quotes for customers (this sometimes involves a small degree of design work / technical guidance for the customer), (2) Entering orders into our software system, and (3) Programming our CNC lasers and CNC presses.Applicants must have:Working knowledge of CAD and/or SolidworksThe ability to read drawingsExcellent customer service and phone mannerExcellent people skills (demanding yet supportive)The ability to work under pressure and meet deadlinesThe desire to achieve and be results drivenA strong focus on teamwork and nurturing relationships with other departments by working closely with the other Team LeadersGood communication, time management and organisational skillsWe can offer you:An opportunity to develop your leadership skills (through internal and external training) and apply Lean Manufacturing principlesA place where you can make a difference and your input is valuedA good team environmentLong term career prospectsPrivate medical insuranceCompany profit share scheme to reward good performanceNote: You must pass a pre-employment Drug & Alcohol Test.
Job Reference: 3563407 | Location: Hamilton | Listed: 08 June 2017