Moana New Zealand is 100% Iwi owned; we are true guardians of the world’s most pristine and sustainability managed fisheries (kaitiakitanga).
As guardians of Maori fishing assets, we are dedicated to contributing to the wellbeing of future generations (whakatipuranga) and have a deep sense of responsibility to our people (manaakitanga) and respect for kaimoana.
We connect the world to the true taste and rare magic of New Zealand’s best kaimoana.
This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate. We are looking for an Inwards Goods Operator to undertake the following key duties:
• Manage the reception of Chilled and Frozen products, plus packaging and consumables. This includes completion of appropriate paperwork.
• Stock control and stock rotation including verification of deliveries and transfers.
• Quality, equipment and temperature checks to comply with Food Safety and other Regulatory requirements.
• Maintenance of the Chiller and Freezer and the Inwards Goods area.
• Labouring and general duties as required.
You will bring an understanding of Health and Safety and Food Safety plus good verbal, written and Mathematics skills. Your attention to detail and care for our product alongside your “can do” attitude and pride in your workplace will be well suited to this varied and exciting role.
You’ll need to be physically fit and have the ability to work as part of a tight knit team as well as the initiative to work independently. You must have a forklift licence, and experience in food handling and knowledge of fin fish species is desirable.
As we are a Maori owned business, you’ll have cultural empathy and an understanding of te reo me ona tikanga.
To be successful you will need to pass pre-employment drug and medical testing. The role is a 40 hour permanent position reporting to the Factory Manager who is responsible for the Factory Production Operations. The role typically has a 5am start and involves working Saturday mornings.
To apply, please email CV and covering letter to email@example.com by no later than 5pm, Friday 14th December 2018.