Careers

We have a deep sense of responsibility to our people.

Current Vacancies

  • Team Leader-Fish Reception

    Mt Wellington

    4 June 2024

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  • Maintenance Engineer – Nightshift

    Mt Wellington

    4 June 2024

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  • Administrator- Fish Reception (Nigthshift)

    Mt Wellington

    30 May 2024

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  • Fisher Payments and Operations Administrator

    Mt Wellington

    6 June 2024

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  • Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

    Mt Wellington

    6 June 2024

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  • Lobster Depot Supervisor

    Chatham Islands

    6 June 2024

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  • Aquaculture Farm Supervisor

    Coromandel Township

    6June 2024

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Our People

Why our people love being part of Moana New Zealand

For me, it's all about the people.You get to meet so many people from all different walks of life, from the boardroom to the boat. The range of people I engage with across the industry have many different perspectives with something to offer and learn from. As Moana, we work for all Māori and it gives me a great opportunity to put into practice kaitiakitanga of our fisheries, now and for our future generations, something that I take seriously and I take great pride in doing.

Nathan Reid, Resource & Supply Manager 

Te Pae Tawhiti Kaimoana Enhancement Scholarship

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Te Pae Tawhiti Kaimoana Enhancement Scholarship is designed for Māori who have a desire to contribute to the enhancement of the Māori kaimoana industry. To be eligible, applicants must be of Māori descent and be accepted into and enrolled in a kaimoana enhancement related tertiary programme at a tertiary institution. Kayla Martin (pictured on right) is the latest recipient of the scholarship.

Become a Global Fisheries Scholar

Spend a year in Japan

Moana New Zealand and Japanese seafood company Nippon Suisan Kaisha (Nissui) are excited to announce that applications are now open for the 2019 Global Fisheries Scholarship.The scholarship is for Māori who seek a rewarding career in the seafood industry and is open to a committed, hard-working individual, who will spend a year in Japan at Nissui learning aspects of the seafood industry from aquaculture to processing, food safety to food technology, sales and marketing, all while immersing themselves in Japanese daily life.

The successful recipient will spend seven months training in Japanese language and culture prior to leaving New Zealand, as well as intensive language training on arrival. They will spend the year working and learning about the global seafood industry while based at Nissui’s headquarters in Tokyo with travel to subsidiary companies around Japan.

We are looking for Māori who have studied or work in fisheries management, aquaculture, marine biology, business management and fisheries or food processing and are looking at an exciting career in the fisheries industry. Monique Holmes (pictured on right) was a recipient of the scholarship and returned from Japan where she was able to learn all about the industry.

Applications are now closed.