Vacancies

Vacancies

Blueberry Picker Recruitment 2021

Nau mai, haere mai ki Miro!

We’re looking for good pickers and harvest staff for our Te Teko orchards, Bay of Plenty starting late September through to December 2021.

Picking rate will be minimum wage + piece rate.

You must be prepared to work in a Covid-safe environment (social distancing, good hygiene), be hard working, reliable, able to work harmoniously with others, have a good attitude and follow instructions.

You must have the ability to work legally in NZ.

TO WORK –  YOU MUST COMPLETE THE online application form here and provide PHOTO ID (eg. Drivers Licence), YOUR WINZ NUMBER (if applicable), ADDRESS, MOBILE NUMBER, BANK ACCOUNT DETAILS AND PROOF OF YOUR ABILITY TO WORK LEGALLY IN NZ.

Miro is registered as an Essential Service (horticulture, food production) under Government Covid-19 and HortNZ guidelines. We are able to operate under various Covid-19 levels in a Covid-safe way.

Miro’s mission is to transform Māori land and people through high value horticulture. We grow big fat sweet juicy blueberries all over the North Island. We’re passionate about growing berries on Māori-owned land and creating awesome jobs and career opportunities in horticulture for our people.

Employer: Miro Trading Limited Partnership, www.miroberries.com

 

Site Administrator

Full Time

About Us

Waiū is a dairy processing plant situated in the Eastern Bay of Plenty region of Aotearoa New Zealand.

The name Waiū is a Maori name that was suggested by one of our kaumatua. Waiū has a number of interpretations.

For Waiū Dairy, we interpret it as “sustenance” as that is what the products Waiū produces are intended to give sustenance in the form of health & well being.

About the role

This is a permanent full-time role that requires excellent organisational skills and a good understanding of general administration, accounts administration and payroll. As part of a busy team, your responsibilities will include but are not limited to:

  • Maintenance of Time & Attendance system
  • Processing of payroll
  • Employee on-boarding, offboarding and inductions
  • Processing of Accounts payable
  • Procurement of office products, PPE, and other supplies
  • Liaising with suppliers and sub-contractors
  • Arranging travel and catering
  • Site inductions
  • Reception cover, general administration and filing.

About you

This role is suited to someone who is happy turning their hand to a range of tasks. To be successful, you will be self-motivated, have a positive attitude, and willingness to work in a flexible and dynamic environment.

Essential skills:

  • Experience managing Payroll function
  • Knowledge of taxation and employment legislation
  • General Accounts payable experience
  • Intermediate level in MS Office, especially Excel
  • The ability to show initiative and suggest new ideas and better ways of doing things
  • Strong organisational skills and attention to detail
  • Effective interpersonal and communication skills.

Good to have:

  • Previous experience in a dairy processing/food manufacturing workplace
  • Basic reporting and analysis skills.

How to apply

If this role is of interest to you, please apply online. You must be currently located in New Zealand and have the legal right to work here.

Applications close 5pm, Friday 27 August 2021

 

Manawa Ako Summer internship programme 2021/22

This year Rotomā No.1 Incorporation in partnership with Heartland Bank are pleased to offer a Summer Internship opportunity to its shareholders and beneficiaries.

The process is simple and you don’t have to have an interest in banking but a willingness to experience the banking world in its wider sense.

We’re looking for fresh, talented minds to join Heartland’s paid internship programme that will run from early December 2021 to the end of January 2022. Applications are open now until 31st August 2021.

Who should apply?

  • Rangatahi Māori or Pasifika at the end of Year 13 or at the beginning of tertiary study
  • Rangatahi Māori or Pasifika who show an interest in a corporate career and exploring ways that banking and te ao Māori can help each other

To apply: tell us about yourself in a written or video cover letter, and attach your CV.  Email to the Rotomā No. Incorporation’s secretary laurie@rotomainc.co.nz.

Applicants don’t need to speak te reo Māori but please include your whakapapa. Be sure to let us know what areas of business you’re interested in. Successful applicants will need an IRD number and two forms of ID (passport, birth certificate, drivers licence or 18+ card) for onboarding in September, so please prepare those now.

Successful applicants will be interviewed by a panel selected by Rotomā No. 1 Incorporation.

If you have any questions or require further information, please email Jo.mcnaughton@heartland.co.nz or call Jo on 021 134 9214.

 

Warehouse Lead & Operator Packing/Palletising Operator Vacancies

Full Time

About Us

Waiū is a dairy processing plant situated in the Eastern Bay of Plenty region of Aotearoa New Zealand.

The name Waiū is a Maori name that was suggested by one of our kaumatua. Waiū has a number of interpretations.

For Waiū Dairy, we interpret it as “sustenance” as that is what the products Waiū produces are intended to give sustenance in the form of health & well being.

The Roles

As the Warehouse Lead, you will be responsible for managing the storage and warehouse facility. You will be the one to ensure that inventory and stock are managed efficiently in accordance with operational policies and procedures. Working outside the critical hygiene area you will be process driven with the ability to accurately report and document the movement of stock and all other activities involving ingredient and product movements.

As Packing/Palletising Operators, you will be responsible for running the packing machines to package manufactured goods safely and to standard, managing stock in the warehouse and taking of quality control samples.

Experience in dairy would be preferred but a positive, strong work ethic and can do attitude is of more importance to us at Waiū.