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Manager, Carbon Development and Operations

Company/Location: New Forests Asia (Singapore) Pte Ltd / Singapore

Jobs Description:
Reporting to the Director Operations, Asia, this newly created position will be focused on current carbon asset development opportunities across the New Forests Investment platform, globally. While the role will primarily focus on voluntary market carbon asset development within the TAFF2 and AFIP carbon platforms, it will also contribute to voluntary carbon asset evaluation and development across New Forests’ investment platform, in all geographies, working in close coordination with operations teams and property managers. In addition, the role will contribute to greater forward advocacy, related to land-based voluntary offset protocols (in coordination the Impact and Advocacy business stream and New Forests’ Carbon Working Group), through expert understanding of those frameworks and the risks and opportunities associated with the evolution of such protocols.

Responsibilities:

  • Supporting New Forests’ ExCo in understanding future resource requirements in the carbon asset development, reporting, methodology advocacy and trading spaces.
  • Developing and maintaining deep understanding of all voluntary carbon market protocols relevant to New Forests’ funds with a particular focus on TAFF2 and AFIP.
  • Engaging in existing voluntary carbon markets to facilitate a greater understanding of existing carbon market opportunities and expanding on New Forests’ position as a leading supplier for forestry carbon offsets and other carbon products.
  • Working with the NF Asia Investments teams to identify and refine carbon potential in pipeline assets, coordinating due diligence efforts and feasibility studies for carbon potential of assets.
  • Coordinating with operations teams to identify and develop carbon asset opportunities in voluntary markets across TAFF2 and AFIP and secondarily across all of New Forests’ investment platforms.
  • Contributing to development of RFPs and selection of external consultants to support carbon work undertaken across the New Forests investment platform. Managing external consultants once engaged and coordinating with portfolio companies on project design and development.
  • Ensuring operational requirements are being adhered to and being involved in ongoing validation and verification audits for the issuance of carbon offsets.
  • Coordinating a gap analysis against existing systems, and working with the Investment Analytics team to identify alternative solutions for new tool development in the carbon space.
We are seeking candidates with the following:
  • A minimum of 3 years’ experience developing voluntary and regulatory carbon schemes.
  • Bachelors degree in Forestry/Forest Science/Natural Sciences/Agriculture (Masters Degree in finance or other business related qualification area, well regarded).
  • Excellent knowledge of existing land-based carbon offset methodologies, both regulatory and voluntary, and a demonstrated ability to engage in offset methodology development.
  • Experience with voluntary carbon market verification processes and an understanding of what verifiers focus on in carbon asset verification, across multiple standards, along with a good understanding of the rules and requirements of a wide range of land-based carbon offset standards and methodologies, is essential.
  • Strong analytical ability.
  • Demonstrated experience with carbon asset development and voluntary market methodologies in the land use sector and carbon modeling for both carbon stock/flow accounting and VCS offsets.
  • Ability to work across a broad number of stakeholders (both internal and external) to assist the various business outcomes in the carbon space.
  • Contract management experience.
  • Proficiency with database management/forest management information systems and other MS software.
  • Familiarity with sustainable forest management standards (i.e. FSC, PEFC).
  • GIS skills (ArcGIS/Manifold/Mapinfo, etc.) preferred.
  • Scientific knowledge of Natural Climate Solutions space, preferred.
  • Experience with harvesting systems, land clearing operations and general forestry operations, preferred.
  • Excellent time management and organisational skills; Multi-task focus, with capability to ensure the completion of a number of competing tasks and objectives.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication and stakeholder liaison skills.
  • Ability to build strong relationships and work within a cohesive team environment.
  • Ability to travel, as required.
  • Ability to work in a dynamic environment & be adaptable across New Forests broad investment platform.
  • An ability to work independently as required and take ownership of the role.

    PDF description: Manager-Carbon-Development-Operations-SG-Nov-2021.pdf

    For more info
    Contact: Human Resources
    E-mail: careers@newforests.com.au
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Partnerships Leader
Company/Location: Forestry Corporation of NSW / Wauchope

Jobs Description:
Forestry Corporation of NSW (FCNSW) is the largest manager of commercial plantation and native forests in NSW. We manage more than two million hectares of forests for the economic, environmental, and social benefit of the people of NSW and Australia.

Why work for FCNSW
Our values are at the heart of everything we do. A career at FCNSW is built on the foundations of our values.

  • Wellbeing: The safety and wellbeing of our people is priority.
  • Respect: We care for country community and ourselves in all their diversity and our partnerships in the highest regard.
  • Integrity: We are honest and accountable for all our actions.
  • Innovation: We challenge ourselves to think differently and improve
Benefits
  • Wauchope Location
  • Two year contract
  • Enjoy a range employee benefits and rewards
Are you interested in sharing forest experiences with visitors, managing a budget to creatively improve visitor experiences on the Mid North Coast and work with a small, collaborative and creative team? A position exists for a dynamic, enthusiastic and forward-thinking person to join Forestry Corporation of NSW (FCNSW) Stewardship’s ‘Tourism & Partnerships’ team for native/hardwood forests.

FCNSW manages over two million hectares of commercial native and plantation forests for economic, environmental and social benefits for NSW. FCNSW adheres to the values of integrity, collaboration, respect, innovation, customer and stakeholder focus, safety and sustainability.

About the role
The Partnerships Leader manages the tourism and partnership goals of FCNSW for the Mid-North Coast region.

Tourism
The position oversees the development and management of all aspects of the visitor experiences in Mid-North Coast State Forests including but not limited to:
  • innovative visitor area design & development
  • visitor area management & maintenance
  • administration & management of recreation/tourism-related Forest Permits.
  • staff ranger patrols
  • visitor surveys & visitor engagement projects
  • tourism image library
  • destination marketing initiatives, including editorial content and social media support
  • tourism partnership projects
  • major tourism event support
  • FCNSW cross-functional liaison and cooperative work
The Partnerships Leader will demonstrate strategic thinking and behaviour in managing visitors and visitor experiences.

Partnerships
The Partnerships Leader will have demonstrated relationship management experience and negotiation skills. They understand and apply an emotionally intelligent and intuitive approach to relationship building. They manage contractors, community and volunteer groups in support of visitor area management, as well as key Stewardship and community stakeholder partnerships, and represent FCNSW in tourism and other forums. As part of a small team, they work collaboratively and positively with team members on key projects and initiatives.

Overall
They embrace innovation, creativity and actively work towards continual improvement in everything they do, within relevant policy, strategy and planning frameworks. Their work aims to enhance the NSW State Forest visitor experience, to contribute to positive social outcomes associated with experiences in nature, and to build the positive reputation of FCNSW.

About you
The ideal candidate will have the following:
  • Tertiary qualifications in natural resource management or related/relevant fields.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of forests and land management
  • Demonstrated emotional intelligence and relationship building skills.
  • Good interpersonal skills particularly negotiation, facilitation and conflict resolution skills.
  • Ability to work independently but as part of a decentralised team.
  • Strong organisational, project, budget and time management skills.
  • Demonstrated contractor management experience and skills
  • Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Capacity and willingness to undertake fire and fuel management duties, fire-fighting and extensive travel (mainly driving), work extended hours, and to maintain sufficient fitness for the job (e.g. able to efficiently conduct reconnaissance / investigation through difficult terrain and dense vegetation) and a current drivers licence.
How to apply
Send a copy of your application including a covering letter and CV outlining why you would like to join the team and apply here or via our website – www.forestrycorporation.com.au/careers

Closing date: Applications must be received by Sunday 5th December 2021

For more information about the role, please contact Justin Black on +61 0427 282 042

The successful applicant will be required to undergo a medical assessment and drug and alcohol screening as part of the recruitment process. As this role has frontline fire- fighting responsibilities a Task Based Assessment (TBA) at a standard of at least the Moderate Field Test is required.

Forestry Corporation is an inclusive workplace and are an EEO employer.

For more info
Contact: Justin Black
mobile: +61 0427 282 042
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Forestry Harvesting

Harvest Coordinator – Otways & Heytesbury

Company/Location: Geelong

Jobs Description:
A unique opportunity to work outside in the clean air and beautiful landscape of the Otways region of southwestern Victoria. Gain experience in challenging terrain and a diverse ecological environment. Apply your skills within a company that empowers you to make decisions and both values and rewards flexibility. Join the experienced and skilled professionals at Midway. Grow with the leaders; apply today.

The Company
Midway is an export and forestry company based in Geelong, involved in plantation ownership and management, logistics, processing and marketing forest products. We are currently seeking a Harvest Coordinator to join the Resources team.

The Position
Reporting to the Harvesting Manager, your role will be to plan and implement the annual tactical plan for the Otways and Heytesbury regions (southern Colac-Otway and Corangamite shires).
Key tasks include:

  • Scheduling and allocation of harvesting blocks according to seasonal and market requirements
  • Site Assessment and Timber Harvest Planning
  • Development and management of roading plans and budgets
  • Contractor management and supervision including:
    • Road construction and maintenance
    • Plantation harvesting
    • Log Cartage
    • Monitoring for compliance against safety, environment and quality requirements
  • Stakeholder management engagement
  • Fire control and standby
The Candidate
The successful applicant will display the following:
  • Experience leading contractors or staff within the Forestry or Natural Resources Industry
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and negotiation skills
  • Proven ability to work autonomously as well as contributing to a team
  • Effective problem solving skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • An understanding of Occupational Health and Safety Management
  • An understanding of hazard identification and risk assessment
  • An understanding of the legal and regulatory framework related to plantation management and harvesting and compliance against certification standards
  • Understanding of project and budget management
  • Strong computer skills (Excel, Word, Outlook) and use of GIS
  • Current Victorian drivers’ licence
Midway is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We provide an opportunity to work in a diverse and multicultural environment, and seek people who are innovative, goal oriented and can work in teams.

Applications
Position enquiries should be emailed to HarvestCoordinatorPosition@midwaylimited.com.au attention Clint Larkins.

To apply for this position please email your cover letter and resume to HarvestCoordinatorPosition@midwaylimited.com.au

A pre-placement health assessment and reference check will be conducted prior to making an offer of employment.

Please note, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Applications close Sunday 12th December 2021.

For more info
Contact: Clint Larkins
E-mail: HarvestCoordinatorPosition@midwaylimited.com.au
Phone: +61352779255
mobile: +61428590888

Applications close: Sunday, 12-Dec-2021

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Graduate Forester

Company/Location: Geelong

Jobs Description:
Kick-start your forestry career with industry leaders, Midway. Take the chance to apply your technical learning and get hands-on experience while working alongside experienced and skilled professionals. Join the next generation of managers who’ll shape the future of the forestry industry in 2022. Grow with the leaders; apply today.

The Company
Midway is an export and forestry company involved in plantation ownership and management, logistics, processing and marketing forest products Australia wide. We are currently seeking a Graduate Forester to join the Resources team in Geelong, as part of our ongoing commitment to the Graduate program.

The Position
The Graduate Forester position offers:

  • Invaluable hands-on, practical experience
  • Exciting, challenging and fulfilling role
  • Contribute from day one with responsibilities in a dynamic team to challenge and develop your skills
Reporting to the Resources Planner, your responsibilities will include (but are not limited to):
  • Delivery of plantation site assessments including the desktop and field evaluation of high conservation values
  • Development of Timber Harvest Plans
  • Supervision and monitoring of plantation operations and contractors for compliance against safety, environment & quality and requirements
  • Delivery of administration tasks ensuring compliance with the Midway Koala Management Plan
  • Positive stakeholder communication
Whilst travel within the Victorian plantation management catchment will be required, ideally the successful applicant will be based in Geelong.


The Candidate
The successful applicant will display the following:
  • Relevant tertiary qualification (forestry, agricultural, environmental science or similar) and/or experience in forest management
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and negotiation skills
  • Excellent planning and time management skills
  • Ability to work autonomously as well as contributing to a team
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Strong computer skills (Excel, Word, Outlook)
  • Current Victorian driver’s licence.
Midway is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We provide an opportunity to work in a diverse and multicultural environment, and seek people who are innovative, goal oriented and can work in teams.

Applications
Position enquiries should be emailed to GraduateForester@midwaylimited.com.au attention Alex Mifsud.

To apply for this position please email your cover letter and resume to GraduateForester@midwaylimited.com.au

A pre-placement health assessment and reference check will be conducted prior to making an offer of employment.

Please note, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Applications close Sunday 12th December 2021.

PDF description: Midway Graduate Forester3.pdf

For more info
Contact: Alex Mifsud
E-mail: GraduateForesterPosition@midwaylimited.com.au
Phone: +61352779255
mobile: +61427004323

Applications close: Sunday, 12-Dec-2021

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Harvest Supervisor

Company/Location: C3 Australia

Jobs Description:

About Us
C3 Australia, a LINX Cargo Care Group business, is one of Australia’s largest forest products logistics providers offering both in-field chipping and cut-to-length harvest and haulage solutions along with bulk and containerised export log marshalling services. Our operations in Queensland, Victoria, Tasmania, NSW and WA continue to grow and our highly skilled workforce is led by some of the foremost experts from Australia’s forestry industry.

About the opportunity

Reporting to the C3 Tasmanian Regional Manager you will be responsible for planning and supervising plantation harvesting activities. Leading small yet efficient teams, you will be responsible for the day to day oversight of the operations and ensuring compliance with all policies and procedures. This role will also oversee financial performance of the operation, managing budget and reviewing short and long-term implications.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Drive health and safety in the workplace, responsible for ensuring all operations are carried out safely and in line with policy
  • Lead small teams of operators, managing their performance, training, safety knowledge, rostering and workplace development
  • Manage harvester head data upload, and assist in reporting roadside stocks on a weekly/monthly timeframe
  • Monitor and maintain operational output to meet customer requirements in a timely manner, whilst achieving operational goals/targets as set by C3
  • Stakeholder engagement with various personnel including our customers, contractors and senior leadership team
About your experience

You will have previous harvesting or related supply chain experience and be operationally driven, with the desire to lead and motivate a small yet high performing team. A challenge will not deter you, rather make you more driven to succeed. You will bring your continuous improvement experience and skills to further develop our current systems and processes to promote efficiency and productivity within our teams.

You will have excellent communication skills and stakeholder management skills, with the capability to develop rapport at all levels, staff, direct reports, customers, management and contractors.

The Benefits

Working for us will put you in a strategic position with your career, with opportunities for growth and development along with financial and non-financial benefits.

We're looking for people who share and live our values of BE BRAVE BE BOLD, WE ARE ONE, HOME SAFELY EVERY DAY, ACT LIKE YOU OWN IT & POWERED BY PEOPLE.

Our culture embraces diversity across our workforce and we encourage everyone to apply.

Next Steps

Are you ready to be part of our future?

Home Safely Everyday - Our top priority is getting you home to your family safely every day.

For more info
Contact: Monika Marevic
E-mail: m.marevic@linxcc.com.au
Phone: +61 0488388671

Applications close: Wednesday, 15-Dec-2021

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Wood Processing/Manufacturing

Timber Treatment Technician / Customer Services Role

Company/Location: Geelong area Victoria

Jobs Description:
Koppers Performance Chemicals (KPC) is a global leader in timber preservative technology and the supply of products to the timber preservative industry. We are a dedicated team providing wood preservatives, engineering services, and marketing services to our customers.

Providing market leading service, products, and quality, we are seeking a talented all rounder to provide additional technical support to our customers as well as further assist in the extensive development work which we undertake.

It is envisaged that the successful candidate will be located at our Moolap / Geelong facility in Victoria though there is some flexibility to allow this position to be filled by a person working in another region of Victoria. The successful candidate should possess the following attributes:

  • It is desirable (though not essential) that the candidate will have work experience in wood products or forestry related areas with a preference for this experience to be in timber preservation
  • Formal qualifications in a science or engineering based discipline will also be looked upon favourably
  • The ability to form good working relationships with customers at all levels
  • Be creative, independent and motivated.
  • Willingness to travel (mainly within Victoria and some interstate)
  • Good written and verbal communication skills.
  • Good general IT skills
To succeed in this role, you must be able to work autonomously within the structure of a small professional team to help reach key performance targets. You will also be able to work as part of a larger international team sharing information and collaborating on projects.

You will enjoy working in an environment that encourages teamwork, transparency, innovation, and excellence. Training will be provided to the right candidate.

If you believe that you are the person for the job, and you are ready to join the Koppers team, please submit your written application and resume by 17th December 2021 to:

General Manager
Koppers Performance Chemicals Australia
kpcjobs@koppers.com.au

Applicants must possess a suitable visa for working in Australia.

Koppers is an Equal Opportunity Employer

PDF description: Job Posting - Technical Rep Nov 2021 17th Dec response.pdf

For more info
Contact: General Manager KPC Australia
E-mail: kpcjobs@koppers.com.au

Applications close: Friday, 17-Dec-2021

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Greenmill Shift Supervisor

Company/Location: OneFortyOne Wood Products

Jobs Description:

  • Based at Mount Gambier
  • Full Time
We are seeking an experienced Shift Supervisor to join our Jubilee Sawmill team in Mount Gambier.

The Greenmill Supervisor will work with different teams to optimize results across safety, quality and production, and develop strategies for continuous improvement in the sawmill.

Ideally you will have:
  • Experience in sawmilling or production
  • Demonstrated experience in supervising/leading teams
  • Highly developed communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to influence and negotiate with others
  • Computer skills in SAP (or similar system), Excel, PowerPoint, Word and Outlook
  • Practical understanding of organisational ESHR standards and legislative requirements
  • Post secondary studies in Business Management or leadership
As a leader you will actively promote a culture where employees’ safety, risk and environmental issues are paramount. You will interact with the other section supervisors and managers to ensure all finished products are delivered to customers on time, and comply with company and industry standards.

Applications close 12 December 2021

For further information contact Glenn McCrae in confidence on +61 08 87 212 815.

For a copy of the position description and information on how to apply see our website.

www.onefortyone.com

For more info
Contact: Glenn McCrae
Phone: +61 08 87 212 815

Applications close: Friday, 10-Dec-2021

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Engineering/Maintenance

Forest Engineer

Company/Location: Pan Pac Forest Products - Napier

Jobs Description:
Engineer to join our Forests team, where your core focus will be to ensure we maximise the potential of our forest resources.

About the role

As the Forest Engineer, you will provide harvest planning and engineering solutions, expertise in road design and construction while maintaining and improving our safety, environmental and financial objectives

This role has a great mix of in field and office-based work providing a wide variety of activities to be involved in, such as:

  • Preparing operational harvesting plans
  • Planning road and landing layouts
  • Supervision of engineering and quarry operations
  • Resource consents & traffic management plans.
  • Assessing and validating planning options for our logging and roading operations
  • Preparing budgets, forecasting and project cost analysis
  • Estimating engineering productivity targets
  • Maintaining forest engineering databases.
About the person

We're looking for someone that can think outside the square and come up with innovative solutions. You'll be able to develop and foster good relationships with regulatory authorities, Iwi, neighbours and other stakeholders and draw on your experience to challenge the ‘status quo" and drive process improvements and efficiencies across our forest engineering operations.

As the successful candidate, you will have:
  • Strong health and safety and environmental focus
  • A tertiary qualification in forestry or an associated forestry discipline
  • High level of computer literacy in GIS, engineering and harvest planning software
  • Minimum of 5 years field experience in harvest planning and forest roading in difficult terrain
  • Experience with and in planning for cable logging operations
  • Strong interpersonal, relationship and influencing skills
  • Proven ability to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Team player
  • High level of fitness
As this role requires regular travel into our forests and private woodlots, a full NZ Drivers Licence (class 1) is mandatory. A company vehicle will be provided.

About us

For nearly 50 years, Pan Pac has been growing, processing and delivering quality radiata products to national and international markets. Our business is renewables and we are proud to be a part of New Zealand's bio-based economy. Pan Pac has a permanent workforce of over 400 and the safety and wellbeing of our people are paramount. Pan Pac is an Equal Opportunity Employer who provides an inclusive work environment and embraces the diverse talent of its people. We are in exciting phase in our business where we are implementing strategic goals focused on culture development and building greater sustainability.

At Pan Pac Forest Products our highest priority is the safety and welfare of our people including contractors and visitors. We have strict Health & Safety measures to keep our people safe and we require all new employees to either be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or be willing to be vaccinated. We will also ask you to provide evidence of a valid vaccination Certificate (or electronic evidence) during the recruitment process.

If you are looking to join a team of like-minded professionals and think you've got what it takes to join our team then we'd love to hear from you.

Only candidates who have the right to work or reside in New Zealand will be considered for this opportunity. With current border restrictions in New Zealand, we are unable to assist/consider international candidates at this time.

For more info
Contact: Kara Paterson
E-mail: kara.paterson@panpac.co.nz
Phone: +64 06 831 0106
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Forest Management

Harvest Operations Coordinator, Tauranga

Company/Location: Rayonier Matariki Forests

Jobs Description:
Rayonier Matariki Forests is one of the largest forestry companies in New Zealand with more than 120,000 hectares of plantations across the country. With 90 employees and approx. 700 of the best contractors in NZ, we deliver quality logs into both the domestic and export markets.

We make safety everyone’s top priority at Rayonier and because it is important to us, we do everything we can to look after the land and the people working on it. We provide a great working environment - challenging our people with continuous learning and interesting projects.

We are currently seeking a new team member for our Bay of Plenty region, based in Tauranga. This is an operational role that requires strong relationship management skills and the ability to drive improvements throughout our supply chain through new technology.

Reporting to the Production Manager, this role has key responsibilities in:

  • managing harvesting crews in a mechanised environment
  • coordinating woodflow logistics
  • participating in innovation projects and deploying technology in the forest
  • meeting customer expectations with quality and value recovery
  • assisting with road engineering and harvest planning
  • leading and supporting health and safety within the business
  • focusing on sustainability and looking after the land
Your sound practical knowledge of forestry operations, good commercial acumen and great communication skills, will be key to your success in this role. You will need to be proactive and have the courage to challenge the status quo.

A qualification in forestry, and suitable relevant experience within the industry is preferred, but not essential.

To apply please submit a CV and brief letter outlining experience and qualifications.

For more info
Contact: Jo Harbin
E-mail: nzrecruitment@rayonier.com
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Harvest Operations Coordinator

Company/Location: Rayonier Matariki Forests, Hawkes Bay

Jobs Description:
Rayonier Matariki Forests is one of the largest forestry companies in New Zealand with more than 120,000 hectares of plantations across the country. With 100 employees and approx. 650 of the best contractors in NZ, we deliver quality logs into both the domestic and export markets.

We make safety everyone’s top priority at Rayonier and because it is important to us, we do everything we can to look after the land and the people working on it. We provide a great working environment - challenging our people with continuous learning and interesting projects.

Due to an internal placement, we are looking for a new team member for our Hawkes Bay region, based in Napier. This is an operational role that requires strong relationship management skills and the ability to drive improvements throughout our supply chain through new technology.

Reporting to the Production Manager, this role has key responsibilities in:

  • managing harvesting crews in a mechanised environment
  • coordinating woodflow logistics
  • participating in innovation projects and deploying technology in the forest
  • meeting customer expectations with quality and value recovery
  • assisting with road engineering and harvest planning
  • leading and supporting health and safety within the business
  • focusing on sustainability and looking after the land
Your sound practical knowledge of forestry operations, good commercial acumen and great communication skills, will be key to your success in this role. You will need to be proactive and have the courage to challenge the status quo.

A qualification in forestry, and suitable relevant experience within the industry is preferred, but not essential.

We are an inclusive and equal opportunity employer who values the diversity of our people. We are proud to provide an engaging and rewarding employee experience for all, with particular focus on employee wellbeing, flexible work practices and a culture of learning and development.

We are also very proud to have been named the 2021 supreme winner in the Ministry for Primary Industries Good Employer Awards earlier this year.

Applications can be forwarded to Jo Harbin, nzrecruitment@rayonier.com with a CV and brief letter outlining experience and qualifications.

Applications close 5th December 2021.

For more info
Contact: Joanne Harbin
E-mail: nzrecruitment@rayonier.com
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Harvest Supervisor

Company/Location: PF Olsen Ltd, Rotorua

Jobs Description:
PF Olsen Ltd are looking for an experienced person to fill a Harvest Supervisor role in Rotorua. The ideal applicant will have 5 or more years in a leadership role in a harvesting and/or earthworks crew or 2 or more years as a harvest supervisor. So, if you are looking for a change in the new year and can deliver in this position then we welcome your application. Ideally you would be based in Rotorua. However, current operations are spread throughout the CNI and applicants based or planning to be based in the CNI region will be considered.

PF Olsen Ltd has 50 years’ forestry services experience with offices throughout New Zealand and Australia. With our vision to be ‘The professional forest management company of choice’ we strive to be industry leaders in value maximization and risk reduction for forest owners through all aspects of forest management.

PF Olsen want you to help us in shaping the future of the forestry industry by joining a company that values and grows its employees while putting health and safety at the forefront of every activity. Our company endorses and promotes sustainable forestry practices, and in New Zealand we are leading the way in land-capacity based afforestation solutions.

Rotorua has such an incredible backyard with the Redwoods for walking and mountain biking, bubbling hot pools, scenery; we're proud to say Rotorua is also a place where people live an enviable lifestyle, open businesses, raise families, and support each other.

Duties will include:

  • Planning, co-ordination and management of harvest operations
  • Contractor supervision
  • A high level of performance in H&S, environmental and value creation for clients
To be successful, you will already have:
  • In depth knowledge of all types of NZ forestry Harvesting and earthworks operations
  • Harvesting/earthworks crew experience and/or A tertiary qualification in Forestry or a related discipline (while not essential, would be an advantage)
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Willing to mentor and teach and also learn new skills
In return, we will offer the successful candidate:
  • Career progression
  • Training and upskilling opportunities
  • Attractive remuneration benefits package
  • A great work culture
PF Olsen is a drug-free work place and applicants must agree to pre-employment and random drug testing.

For a position description, more information or to apply for this position, please email your CV and cover letter before 11th December 2021 to Tachina.Walsh@pfolsen.com

Applicants must already be eligible to work in New Zealand

For more info
Contact: Tachina Walsh
E-mail: Tachina.Walsh@pfolsen.com

Applications close: Saturday, 11-Dec-2021

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Tree Crop Manager

Company/Location: Logic Forest Solutions - Gisborne

Jobs Description:
Based in Gisborne with contracts extending throughout NZ, Logic Forest Solutions is a small, hardworking team specialising in all aspects of commercial forestry.

We are seeking a Tree Crop Manager to join our team. This is a full-time, diverse, hands-on role with a strong focus on customer and contractor liaison.

Candidates with experience will be preferred although those with similar experience possessing key attributes may be considered. The role includes:

  • Forest management
  • Forest operations – establishment and silviculture
  • Contractor management and crew supervision
Key attributes include:
  • Experience in forestry operations
  • GIS mapping skills
  • ETS/Carbon Forestry administration
  • An enthusiastic and positive attitude
  • Be a ‘self-starter’ and able to work unsupervised
  • Hard working, fit with a love of the outdoors
  • A personal commitment to assisting in the growth of the company
  • Computer literate
This is a great opportunity for a motivated person seeking an exciting career in forestry with opportunity for advancement. A competitive remuneration package will be offered to the right person.

A full job description is available on our website or by email. Please email your CV to office@logicfsl.co.nz by 13 December 2021.

https://www.logicfsl.co.nz/assets/549f41db8f/Tree-Crop-Manager-Job-Description.pdf

For more info
Contact: Madeleine Teneti
E-mail: office@logicfsl.co.nz
Phone: +64 068632447
mobile: +64 0211794949

Applications close: Monday, 13-Dec-2021

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Forest Supervisor/Manager

Company/Location: PF Olsen Ltd, Nelson

Jobs Description:
This Forest Manager/Supervisor role is fast-paced, varied, and hugely rewarding with a great mix of field and office-based work. In this role, you will be managing all aspects of forest and land management for a variety of NZ and overseas-based clients across the wider Nelson region. Being able to think on your feet and problem solve is a must as well as being self-motivated with the ability to complete work to a high standard.

The close-knit team of 5 based in the Richmond office value our clients and are highly motivated towards achieving the PF Olsen vision of becoming ‘The professional forest management company of choice’. Nelson is known for having the highest number of consistent sunshine hours in New Zealand; an average of 2600+ hours of sunshine goodness a year! Pair all that beautiful sun with a great team, extraordinary landscapes and progression opportunities, how could you pass up an opportunity like this?!

PF Olsen Ltd has 50 years’ forestry services experience with offices throughout New Zealand and Australia. With our vision to be ‘The professional forest management company of choice,’ we strive to be industry leaders in value maximization and risk reduction for forest owners through all aspects of forest management.

PF Olsen wants you to help us in shaping the future of the forestry industry by joining a company that values and grows its employees while putting health and safety at the forefront of every activity. Our company endorses and promotes sustainable forestry practices, and in Nelson, we are leading the way in land-capacity-based afforestation solutions.

Duties will include:

  • Best practice management of health, safety, and the environment
  • Managing establishment/silviculture and wilding control crews to a high level of performance
  • Client management, budgeting, and reporting
  • Assisting with property land use planning, species choice, and general forestry/property management activities
Preference will be given to those with:
  • A tertiary qualification in Forestry, or related discipline
  • Experience in Forest Management
  • Excellent interpersonal and team skills
  • Good communication and written skills
In return, we offer the successful candidate:
  • An exciting and diverse role in a skilled and supportive team
  • Internal career progression opportunities throughout New Zealand & Australia
  • An opportunity to join, experience and grow in a large company proficient in all aspects of the forestry management lifecycle
  • PF Olsen’s investment in your personal training, upskilling, and development to help you reach your full potential
  • Opportunities for personal forest investments
  • Attractive remuneration benefits package
PF Olsen is proud to be a drug-free workplace and applicants must agree to pre-employment and random drug testing.

For a position description, more information or to apply for this position, please email your CV and cover letter to Tachina.Walsh@pfolsen.com

Applicants must already be eligible to work in New Zealand

For more info
Contact: Tachina Walsh
E-mail: Tachina.Walsh@pfolsen.com

Applications close: Friday, 7-Jan-2022

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Harvest Manager

Company/Location: PF Olsen Ltd, Nelson

Jobs Description:
Due to a well-deserved internal promotion, PF Olsen Ltd are looking for an experienced, agile and motivated person to fill a Harvest Manager role in sunny Nelson. The ideal applicant will have 2 or more years in a leadership role in a harvesting and/or earthworks crew or 2 or more years in harvest and/or engineering management. So, if you are looking for a change in the New Year and can deliver in this position then we welcome your application today!

Nelson is known for having the highest number of consistent sunshine hours in New Zealand; an average of 2600+ hours of sunshine goodness a year! Pair all that beautiful sun with a highly motivated team, extraordinary landscapes and progression opportunities, how could you pass up an opportunity like this?!

PF Olsen Ltd has 50 years’ forestry services experience with offices throughout New Zealand and Australia. That’s 50 years of industry knowledge and employment stability across New Zealand. With our vision to be ‘The professional forest management company of choice’ we strive to be industry leaders in value maximization and risk reduction for forest owners through all aspects of forest management.

PF Olsen want you to help us in shaping the future of the forestry industry by joining a company that values and grows its employees while putting health and safety at the forefront of every activity. Our company endorses and promotes sustainable forestry practices, and in New Zealand we are leading the way in land-capacity based afforestation solutions.

Duties will include:

  • Planning, management and supervision of harvesting and engineering operations
  • Contractor supervision and client liaison
  • A high level of performance in H&S, environmental and value creation for clients
  • The ability to grow your knowledge with project work from time to time
To be successful, you will already have:
  • In depth knowledge of all types of NZ forestry Harvesting and earthworks operations
  • Harvesting/earthworks crew leadership experience and/or A tertiary qualification in Forestry or a related discipline (while not essential, would be an advantage)
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Proven leadership and teamwork skills
  • The ability to work in the agile woodlot environment
In return, we will offer the successful candidate:
  • Internal career progression opportunities throughout New Zealand & Australia
  • An opportunity to join, experience and grow in a large company proficient in all aspects of the forestry management lifecycle
  • PF Olsen’s investment in your personal training, upskilling, and development to help you reach your full potential
  • Opportunities for personal forest investments
  • Attractive remuneration benefits package
  • A great work culture
PF Olsen is a drug-free workplace and applicants must agree to pre-employment and random drug testing.

For a position description, more information or to apply for this position, please email your CV and cover letter to Tachina.Walsh@pfolsen.com

Applicants must already be eligible to work in New Zealand

For more info
Contact: Tachina Walsh
E-mail: Tachina.Walsh@pfolsen.com

Applications close: Friday, 7-Jan-2022

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Forestry Harvesting

Harvest Manager

Company/Location: Kununurra, WA

Jobs Description:
Responsible for the management of Quintis’ Harvesting practices by developing a mid to long term harvesting strategy for the increasing harvest profile. Develop a programme for the utilisation of host trees including end markets or transformation into fuel or biochar, ensuring that legislative and HSE obligations are effectively implemented and maintained in all work activity.

  • Develop a mid to long term harvesting strategy for the increasing harvest profile.
  • Develop a programme for the utilisation of host trees including end markets or transformation into fuel or biochar.
  • Develop a virtual harvest team, liaising with Production Manager, Regional Manager – WA and Deputy GM – Forestry, to develop best practice harvest techniques for the future.
  • Develop harvest techniques which incorporate the requirements of the PPC and Quintis’ physical capabilities.
  • Responsible for the quality of Indian Sandalwood delivered to market.
    • Continually assess the market changes to ensure Quintis are meeting demand
    • Yield predication for sales
    • Assist to eliminate sap wood and transport it back to the plantation
  • Ensure all data is validated by applying upmost attention to detail. This includes harvest order numbers, collection of trees, deliveries to the PPC, etc.
  • Develop new methodologies and continually learn new ways to harvest using ways of machinery, etc.
  • Proactively lead the Harvest Committee.
  • Compliance requirements
    • Segregation
    • Coding
    • Documentation
  • Quality control
    • Contamination
    • Timber handling
    • Output control
  • Efficiency
    • Labour productivity
    • Equipment maintenance
    • Alternate options
    • Supply timber as and when the PPC requires.
  • Reporting / monitoring
    • SOP
    • Annual harvest plan
    • Improvement plan
    • Harvest expenditure and maintenance requirements
  • Budgeting
    • Provide annual budget requirements
    • Operate harvest within budgeted restraints
  • Operational
    • Equipment operation
      • Skid Steer
        • Feller buncher
        • Corer
      • Road train
      • Loader
Minimum Requirements
  • Qualifications in Agriculture, Horticulture or equivalent work experience
  • 5+ years Management experience
  • 5+ years’ experience managing harvesting programs
Applications close: Friday 6th August 2021

For more info
Contact: Katie Gracie
E-mail: katie@quintis.com.au
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Forest / Harvest Manager Christchurch

Jobs Description:
PF Olsen Ltd has 50 years’ forestry services experience with offices throughout New Zealand and Australia. With our vision to be ‘The professional forest management company of choice,’ we strive to be industry leaders in value maximization and risk reduction for forest owners through all aspects of forest management.

PF Olsen wants you to help us in shaping the future of the forestry industry by joining a company that values and grows its employees while putting health and safety at the forefront of every activity. Our company endorses and promotes sustainable forestry practices, and in Christchurch, we are leading the way in land-capacity-based afforestation solutions.

Christchurch, known for its English heritage, flat-bottomed punts glide on the Avon River, which meanders through the city center. On its banks are cycling paths, the green expanse of Hagley Park and Christchurch Botanic Gardens alongside some of the best ski fields in the world - Mount Hutt, Tekapo, and views to die for.

Due to growth within the region, we have a vacancy available split between the Harvest and Forest Management teams in the tight-knit Christchurch office. If you are an experienced and motivated Harvest or Forest Manager who is looking for variety and is a team player with a can-do attitude, then you are who we are looking for!

To be successful you will:

  • Have experience in managing all aspects of forest management from establishment until harvest age.
  • Have excellent communication/interpersonal skills and be able to work collaboratively with a wide range of stakeholders.
  • Have knowledge of forest establishment and harvesting systems and processes.
  • Very good computer skills.
Your duties will include:
  • Management and supervision of forest establishment and harvesting operations to a high level of performance in H&S and Environmental compliance.
  • Contractor management including monitoring of operational performance
  • Client liaison and written reporting
In return, we offer the successful candidate:
  • Career progression opportunities throughout New Zealand & Australia
  • Training opportunities
  • Attractive employee benefits package (Including life, medical & income protection insurance)
  • A vehicle with full private use
PF Olsen prides itself on being a drug-free workplace, and applicants must agree to pre-employment and random drug testing.

For a job description or to apply for this position, please email your CV and cover letter before Friday 10th December to Tachina.Walsh@pfolsen.com

Applicants must already be eligible to work in New Zealand

For more info
Contact: Tachina Walsh
E-mail: Tachina.Walsh@pfolsen.com
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Wood Processing/Manufacturing

Plant Reliability Manager

Company/Location: Taranakipine

Jobs Description:
Taranakipine are leaders in the design and manufacture of value-added wood products. They pride themselves in understanding customers’ needs, manufacturing to industry best practice and servicing customers with quality products. Established over 60 years ago, Taranakipine holds a significantposition in both NZ and overseas timber products markets and is committed to sustainability, growth and development. Their culture is open, approachable and supportive with a focus on team, continuous improvement and excellent customer service.

The Role
The purpose of this role is to optimise the mechanical, electrical and automation reliability and performance of all plant and equipment through focus on uptime, risk management and life cycle asset management. You will be responsible for implementing a strategic approach to maintenance activities, resulting in effective preventative and predictive maintenance programmes, with a view to long term sustainability. You will provide positive leadership and operational expertise to the maintenance team and contractors, with a focus on developing capability and driving performance within a safe and healthy working environment.

This role is responsible for successfully delivering all maintenance related activities in a timely and cost-effective way. With a huge focus on continuous improvement your ability to identify, prioritise and propose opportunities for plant performance, is critical to the role. Taranakipines’ commitment to growth and development means you will play a key role in project teams providing technical engineering expertise, analysis and input on plant improvement initiatives.

Our Ideal Candidate
You will have strong relationship management and communication skills. You will have a proven track record in successfully leading and managing the plant reliability and maintenance for large manufacturing or industrial organisations. You will be passionate about working collaboratively and contributing to an organisation dedicated to continuous improvement. Being a natural problem-solver and successful influencer will be key to creating an organisation with a reliability focused culture.

In addition to this you will also demonstrate skills and experience in the following areas;

  • A relevant tertiary qualification in Maintenance/Engineering fields
  • At least 5 years’ direct experience in working in a manufacturing or industrial type organisation
  • Proven interpersonal relationships building skills and the ability to communicate effectively to all stakeholders
  • Ability to lead, inspire, motivate and gain commitment from team members
  • Commitment to make a difference, achieve objectives and focus on continuous improvement
  • Skills and experience with computer systems, including an understanding of PLC systems
This role provides you with the opportunity to live in one of NZ’s most vibrant economic regions and join an industry leader. It gives you the chance to be part of the continued success of a company committed to growth and development and one that believes ‘our team is our future’.

The successful applicant will have the legal right to work in New Zealand indefinitely and will be required to pass a pre-employment medical assessment and drug screen.

If you believe you are the right person for this position, please apply by submitting your CV and cover letter to Human Resources at recruitment@taranakipine.co.nz To obtain a copy of the position description, please email recruitment@taranakipine.co.nz

For more details, visit our website www.taranakipine.co.nz

Applications close Monday 6th December 2021.

PDF description: Advert - Plant Reliability Manager (FINAL) Nov 20213.pdf

For more info
Contact: Melissa Henwood
E-mail: Recruitment@Tarankipine.co.nz
Phone: +64 067559776
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Sawmill Manager - Masterton

Company/Location: Kiwi Lumber (Masterton) Limited

Jobs Description:

  • Management of Sawmill Operation
  • Highly automated modern sawmill
  • Competitive remuneration on offer – lifestyle too!
Who will you be working for?
Kiwi Lumber is a growing, progressive sawmilling company marketing Radiata Pine to the USA, Australia, Europe, Asia and New Zealand markets. The group consists of four modern sawmills located in Masterton, Dannevirke, Gisborne and Putaruru, and employs a total of 200+ staff, across the four sites.

As a result of growth in the business the incumbent has decided to move onto new responsibilities and the role of Sawmill Manager has become available at their Masterton site.

What will you be doing?
In this key position you will take leadership and staff performance management responsibility within this highly entrepreneurial business. The Masterton sawmill is a highly automated modern sawmill with state-of-the-art optimization equipment.

The environment will provide an individual who enjoys challenging the status quo, an opportunity to significantly contribute to the organisations' goals through successfully applying best practice techniques in ongoing process / plant enhancement and on-going people and performance improvement.

What skills are we seeking?
The organisation values proactive 'thinkers' who are down-to-earth and committed to manufacturing excellence and on-going improvement. You will bring the following qualities:
  • Experience gained in a primary manufacturing/process environment is required,
  • Your ability to foster a sense of ownership, and engage and inspire others will have contributed to your past success,
  • Your leadership of diverse teams will be an integral part of your make up,
  • Competencies gained in staff training, planning and lean manufacturing are sort after,
  • Well-developed interpersonal skills, high energy levels and a “can-do” attitude required.
What’s in it for you?
Masterton is the largest city in the Wairarapa region of New Zealand. An hour north of New Zealand's capital city Wellington, Masterton offers an escape from the hustle and bustle. The Wairarapa region is becoming famous for its wine, and as one of the earliest inland settlements, has lots of historical sites to discover. Looking for lifestyle, while you continue to drive your career? Then look no further!

You will be rewarded with a competitive base salary, KPI Bonus and profit share system. For the right person this is a genuine long-term career opportunity. If you wish to join their dedicated and successful team please send your CV and covering letter to brigitta@recruitnet.co.nz or for a confidential discussion you can reach Brigitta Warren on +64 021 466 732.

For more info
Contact: Brigitta Warren
E-mail: brigitta@recruitnet.co.nz
mobile: +64 021 466 732
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Quality Lead

Company/Location: Nelson Pine Industries Ltd - Nelson

Jobs Description:

  • Innovative global leader in MDF/LVL
  • Forge a long term career in a key quality role
  • Based in Nelson, a stunning lifestyle
Nelson Pine Industries Ltd is one of the world’s largest single site producers of Medium Density Fibreboard and a leader in Laminated Veneer Lumber. Engineered for quality and performance their products meet the highest international standards and are used in NZ and the Asia-Pacific region for the construction of engineered timber buildings and for the production of furniture, doors and other interior products.

With an outstanding reputation for the quality and consistency of their products, reliability of supply and sustainable low environmental impact management practices they now have an excellent opportunity for an experienced Quality Lead to join their team and positively influence the quality performance of their successful, global business.

As Quality Lead you will take responsibility for the MDF quality system for compliance and improvements and ensure the quality of products and services supplied to customers meet the highest standards. You will ensure accuracy and integrity of test data. You will also have the opportunity to focus on identifying and leading product development and supporting process improvement.

To really add value in this role you’ll have demonstrated experience working with sophisticated and large-scale manufacturing technology and a relevant chemical engineering, process engineering or quality qualification. Experience with Total Quality Management (TQM) would also be beneficial.

With a down to earth, forward-thinking approach and keen eye for detail you’ll have the drive, lateral thinking and analytical skills to come up with solutions that add value. You’ll provide key practical and innovative technical advice and utilise your strong communication skills to positively influence relationships with a variety of stakeholders.

If you are interested in forging a long term career with an employer of choice in a stunning lifestyle location we would love to hear from you.

Applications close Monday 13th December 2021

For further enquiries please contact Emily Bissett

For more info
Contact: Emily Bissett
E-mail: emily.bissett@intepeople.co.nz
Phone: +64 035468649
mobile: +64 0272285999

Applications close: Monday, 13-Dec-2021

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Quality & Compliance Lead

Jobs Description:
Taranakipine are leaders in the design and manufacture of value-added wood products. They pride themselves in understanding customers’ needs, manufacturing to industry best practice and servicing customers with quality products. Established over 60 years ago, Taranakipine holds a significant position in both NZ and overseas timber products markets and is committed to sustainability, growth and development. Their culture is open, approachable and supportive with a focus on team, continuous improvement and excellent customer service.

The Role
The purpose of this role is to work with the entire Taranakipine team to improve quality systems and procedures and support an overall company culture of continuous improvement and waste minimisation. You will also support operational leaders in developing in-process quality procedures that are conveyed to staff in a clear and logical way. You will ensure that all quality and compliance measurements are in place, effective in their use and actively monitored and reported.

The role is both QA and QC focused, directional and supportive towards improving quality outcomes.

You will take ownership in the maintenance and enhancement of Taranakipines’ QMS, as well as, ensure there is a high standard of SOPs across all manufacturing departments.

Our Ideal Candidate
You will be passionate about quality and continuous improvement. You will be motivated and committed to making a difference to the quality performance of the company. Your success in building relationships will allow you to influence and communicate across the entire business in a structured way, which would ultimately result in zero waste practices. You will thrive on exploring methods to improve quality procedures, practices and reporting within organisations, and successfully implement them.

In addition to this you will also demonstrate skills and experience in the following areas;

  • At least three years’ experience in a quality and compliance role, with a successful track record in identifying and driving process improvement
  • A relevant tertiary qualification in Quality and experience in any of the following industries:manufacturing, engineering, science, technical or related disciplines
  • Experience coordinating internal audits and testing programmes, third party audits and independent verification audits
  • Knowledge and experience in wood processing and forestry businesses (desirable)
  • Proven experience in using ‘Lean Thinking’ and methodology to drive continuous improvement
  • A dynamic and structured, yet flexible approach to organising work
  • Exceptional relationship management skills with the ability to establish credibility and build rapport
  • Strong attention to detail and sharp organisational skills
  • Competent in computer and IT systems including Sharepoint
  • Experience in working within manufacturing environments (desirable)
This role provides you with the opportunity to live in one of NZ’s most vibrant economic regions and join an industry leader. It gives you the chance to be part of the continued success of a company committed to growth and development and one that believes ‘our team is our future’.

The successful applicant will have the legal right to work in New Zealand indefinitely and will be required to pass a pre-employment medical assessment and drug screen.

If you believe you are the right person for this position, please apply by submitting your CV and cover letter to Human Resources at recruitment@taranakipine.co.nz To obtain a copy of the position description, please email recruitment@taranakipine.co.nz

For more details, visit our website www.taranakipine.co.nz

Applications close Monday 6th December 2021

PDF description: Quality and Compliance Lead Advert (FINAL) Nov 2021 (2).pdf

For more info
Contact: Melissa Henwood
E-mail: Recruitment@Tarankipine.co.nz
Phone: +64 067559776
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Plant Supervisor and Loader Driver/Operations Assistant

Company/Location: Eastland Debarking - Whangārei Harbour

Jobs Description:
Situated at Northport on the Whangārei Harbour, Eastland Debarking's 1.1-hectare operation is 100% owned by Eastland Port, part of the Gisborne-based infrastructure company Eastland Group.

We have great opportunities for a Plant Supervisor and Loader Driver/Operations Assistant to join our team.

Plant Supervisor:

We're seeking a skilled supervisor to ensure the smooth, efficient operation of our debarking plant. Working alongside our branch manager, you'll be a confident leader who thrives on variety.

You'll also have:

  • Proven experience in supervising a team.
  • A mechanical mind.
  • A strong commitment to health and safety.
  • A clean, full NZ driver's licence (with other licences such as class 2, 4 or WTR endorsements being beneficial).
  • Experience in the logging industry is preferred, but not essential.
This is a full-time position for 40 hours or more per week in line with operational requirements. It will include working and managing a shift roster.

Loader Driver/Operations Assistant:

This role involves performing a range of duties to support the smooth and efficient 24/7 operation of our debarking and anti-sap stain plant. You will need excellent communication skills to work with the team, an excellent work ethic, a strong commitment to health and safety, plus have a clean, full NZ drivers' licence. Ideally, you will also have previous log loader operations experience, a Class 2 NZ drivers' licence and wheels endorsement.

This is a secure role with plenty of hours! You'll be working a shift roster of 40 - 50 hours per week including some weekend days. If you're a natural team leader, this is a great prospect for you.

If you wish to work for a company with a focus on sustainability and believe you are a perfect fit for our team, please apply.

In return, you'll be well rewarded with competitive pay, long-term career opportunities, exceptional staff benefits and wellbeing programmes, and more. If you're moving from outside the region, we also offer a relocation package.

Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

To apply for these roles, go to:
https://eastlandcareers.nz/Vacancies/

For more info
Contact: Eastland Debarking
E-mail: rachelle.andrews@eastland.nz
Phone: +64 06 986 4800

Applications close: Friday, 31-Dec-2021

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