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Factory Support

Wellington

4p.m. Wednesday 17 April 2019.

Factory Support
•    Reporting to:  Factory Manager
•    Location: Te Aro, Wellington
•    Permanent Part Time: 3 days per week

Who We Are:
Moana New Zealand is the largest Māori owned Fisheries Company in New Zealand. All profits we make are returned to Māori in the form of dividends, with the balance retained to fund long term growth initiatives of Moana New Zealand. We take a uniquely long term view in everything we do, abiding by the customary principle of Kaitiakitanga.
We connect the world to the true taste and rare magic of New Zealand’s best kaimoana.

The Opportunity: 

We’re looking for a hard working, friendly and professional person to provide support to our factory team in Wellington and to undertake the following key duties:

•    General laboring duties incl. compliance and quality tasks
•    Managing inwards goods, packing, unloading and documentation & office support
•    Assist with unloading of fish at wharf and delivery to customers as required
•    Support the team with end to end processing operations as required by your manager

What You Will Bring:

You will bring a strong understanding of health & safety, food safety awareness and have good verbal and written communication.  Your flexibility, strong work ethic and ‘can do’ attitude will set you up for success in this varied role.

You’ll need to be physically fit, have a valid forklift certificate and the ability to work as part of a tight knit team. You will have previous factory experience, and a track record for being a reliable and loyal employee who takes pride in their work, ensuring all tasks are completed on time and to a high standard. Knowledge of fin fish species would be advantageous. You must also have a full, clean, New Zealand Drivers License.

If you enjoy being part of a whānau centric culture, are values driven and think you have what it takes to be successful in this part time role, then we welcome your application to the Factory Support position.

Please send your resume c/o Moana’s recruitment team to recruitment@moana.co.nz and in the subject box please put the job title. Closing date for applications is 4 p.m. Wednesday 17 April 2019.

Tō tātou iwi
We are proud of where we have come from, what we stand for and are committed to our role as custodians for our future generations. Moana New Zealand is a purpose led organisation where our people are our greatest strength and pride, and our Moana tikanga (values) are reflected in our every day life.

Please note you must have the legal right to live and work in New Zealand to be eligible to apply for this position. All successful applicants will need to complete a medical and drug and alcohol screening.