Based at our new Bottle Swap plant in Papakura, this role's key priority is the safe and efficient operation of the LPG Bottling plant. Duties include operating various pieces of equipment in various areas of the plant on a rotational basis, including: Inwards goods processing, washing machine, filling station, painting, abrasive ceramic blasting, degassing, test station, forklift operator and outward goods processing.Read More
Tui Ora is a holistic, kaupapa Māori organisation, providing a range of services to people in Taranaki. We employ passionate, professional staff to fit with our whānau team culture. We value highly skilled, and committed, community-focussed individuals to support our kaupapa.Read More
As a Principal Scientist, you will be a lead advisor in your area of specialisation as well as contribute across the Ministry's work bringing a long-term whole-of-Ministry perspective.Read More
Massey Business School (MBS) is one of New Zealand’s leading and largest business schools, ranked in the top 2% business schools globally.Read More
In this position, you will report to the MBS Associate Dean Māori. You will be supporting Māori students enrolled in undergraduate MBS courses to ensure their participation and academic success. You will be required to work both independently and as part of a wider team, working closely with the Colleges schools and with other directorates and units within Massey University.Read More
There’s lots to do in this job. You will be a part of the Planning and Process Improvement Team providing services that support Fisheries New Zealand to deliver on it’s objectives.. Your main focus will be providing administrative support including arranging meetings, sourcing rooms, taking minutes, arranging travel, stationery supplies, mail and other corporate service type activities. From time to time you will also be required to provide back-up Executive Co-ordinator support.Read More
You will be responsible for the delivery of the overall project management function within the Fisheries New Zealand, supporting delivery of a portfolio of wide ranging and varied projects.Read More
The Principal Adviser will be responsible for providing thought leadership and will undertake in depth analysis to inform advice and recommendations. The role will take on pieces of work across the programme including scoping and delivering on projects.Read More
We're looking for two Project Coordinators who will support Te Uepū Reo Māori by embedding and improving fit for purpose processes, systems and services that enable effective planning, monitoring and delivery of the Te Reo Māori Work Programme and other key initiatives.Read More
The Senior Communications Adviser, Te Reo Māori, will provide advice, influence and vision to ensure internal and external audiences have a clear understanding of the Te Reo Māori Work Programme, the outcomes it strives to achieve and the benefits this will provide to Te Reo Māori and Māori medium teachers and learners, whānau, hapū and Iwi.Read More
Are you looking for an opportunity to make a difference for the health of Pacific peoples living in Aotearoa New Zealand? Are you an experienced senior adviser, well networked into Pacific communities with the ability to provide evidence-based advice and plan and deliver projects?Read More
E ngā mātā waka o te motu, e ngā karangatanga maha, te iti me te rāhi, tēnā koutou katoa. He pānui tēnei e pā ana ki tētahi tūnga kei i Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga mō te hunga e hiahia ana ki te mahi i roto i te ao Mātauranga.Read More
Ko te Wehenga Mātauranga o Te Whare Wānanga o Waikato e mōhio whānuitia ana mō āna tukanga tirohanga hou ki te mātauranga, te rangahau mātauranga me te pūmau ki te whakaniko i te mātauranga mā ngā pekanga mātauranga honohono e toru o te whakaako, te rangahau me te ako ngaio. He huarahi tēnei hei whakauru mai ki tēnei Wehenga auaha hihiko, me te whai wāhi atu anō ki te whakaako, te arataki me te rangahau i te riu o Waikato.Read More
He angitūtanga: The opportunity
As an Auckland Council Intern, you’ll be amazed at the possibilities on offer for your future. Our three month Intern Programme will provide you with accelerated learning and development, and rotations through your chosen area of work – ensuring you have hands on experience, exposure to senior leaders and the chance to work on large scale projects and unique developments.
Throughout the rotations you’ll have performance and development discussions with your manager, set achievement goals and highlight your strengths and improvement areas to fast track your development.
We have intern positions for a broad range of degrees, including:
• Art, Language and Culture
• Business, Finance and Communications
• Planning, Construction and Design
• Engineering, Computer & Mathematical Science
• Health and Environmental Science, and
Ngā āhuatanga kei a mātou: What we offer
• A safe and supportive learning environment
• Long term professional and personal development
• Networking opportunities and mentorship
• Involvement in complex, large scale projects and unique developments
• A strong work/life balance allowing you to pursue additional study or interests
• A fair reward for your effort – all Graduate positions are fully paid
He kōrero mōu: About you
• Be eligible to work in New Zealand, or eligible to apply for a Post-Study Work Visa
• Hold a relevant bachelor’s degree or master's degree obtained in the last two years (January 2018) or be a current student and graduating before the start of the 2020 programme.
Applications for the 2019 Intern Programme open 24 July 2019.
To find out more about our programme, please visit www.endlesspossibilities.co.nz
Applications for Auckland Council’s Graduate Programme close at 11:59pm on 7 August, 2019.
If you are meet our eligibility criteria, you will receive an email with a link to complete an online gamified assessment which helps you show us how awesome you are.
Auckland Council is an equal opportunity employer (EOE) and we are committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at the time of application to assist you through the recruitment process
The Kaitohua Mātāmua - Chief Editor, Communications provides expertise and leadership on the content and content strategy across the Communications team and in support of the wider Ministry. This includes strategy and delivery across all Ministry external and internal channels, with a particular focus on the Education Gazette.Read More
The Kaitohu Tuakana - Senior Business Partner, Communications provides account management, integrated communications and trusted expertise to business groups. You will be part of a communications accounts team who is building relationships and expertise with our business groups. You will also work proactively across the Communications group.Read More
Take your career global with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Represent New Zealand on the world stage
Work across a variety of global challenges
Here at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) we're looking for our next intake of Foreign Policy graduates.
Our people are based in over 50 countries, working to provide answers to global challenges that affect New Zealanders. We are the Government's specialist foreign, trade and development policy advisers, international legal advisers and negotiators.
As a graduate, you'll begin your career as desk officer in Wellington before having the opportunity to rotate through a range of roles both on and offshore in our embassies, high commissions, missions and consulates. You may find yourself working on areas such as: APEC, climate change and the environment, development and humanitarian activities, bilateral agreements, environmental issues, and security.
Who are we looking for?
The nature of our work is broad-ranging, so we're looking for graduates with a range of skills, experiences and backgrounds. Diversity of thought is key, so there's no 'one size fits all' with our graduates. We're looking for people who are curious about global challenges and other cultures, people who are keen to help make positive changes for New Zealand. And because relationships are at the heart of what we do, you'll enjoy working with people.
Those who really stand out will have skills or experience in one or more of the following: Volunteer or leadership experience, strong cultural competency and language skills, academic excellence, or a strength in Matauranga Maori.
· New Zealand citizenship - or have submitted an application with DIA
· Bachelor's level qualification
· Three months minimum work experience in any industry - part-time or full-time
· Able to gain and maintain an appropriate security clearance
· Willing and able to be posted overseas and travel for work
For those selected to attend our assessment centre in Wellington, assistance with domestic travel will be provided, and options for offshore candidates can be discussed. Contributions to relocation costs are available for those successfully employed.
To apply, please click ‘apply here’ to be directed to our online application form. Please note we are unable to accept applications via email.
For more information, check out our website, www.mfat.govt.nz/graduates
Applications close midnight Sunday, 4 August 2019.
16 MONTH FIXED TERM CONTRACT
FAMILY FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT
This is not just any other Recruitment position, you will have the opportunity to make your mark, implement new initiatives and ultimately help the Commission to achieve their Key Mission: New Zealanders trust, value and take part in parliamentary elections.
About the role
Over the election period, the Commission will need to fill up to 25,000 positions throughout New Zealand. As a crucial member of our recruitment team, you will manage multiple recruitment channels with a view to attracting high calibre staff who reflect the communities they will be serving throughout the country. In this role, you will be responsible for establishing and building partnerships with a diverse range of communities, government agencies, and the broader organisation. This role requires someone who can think outside the box and has a passion for formulating and implementing a solid recruitment strategy. This is your chance to contribute to New Zealand’s democracy as part of a committed, supportive, and hands-on organisation.
• You could have agency or internal experience
• Track record in high volume recruitment
• Strong strategic, planning and project management skills
• Excellent relationship management and communications skills
• High level of initiative and ability to self-manage & a self-starter
About the Electoral Commission | Te Kaitiaki Take Kōwhiri
The Electoral Commission wants every New Zealander to trust, value and take part in parliamentary elections.
We are an independent Crown Entity who works with and through communities to inform, engage and educate New Zealanders about the value of participation, make it easy for all to enrol and vote, promote understanding of New Zealand’s democratic processes, and deliver parliamentary elections and referenda.
Why join the Electoral Commission?
The Commission is building an inclusive strength-focused culture where diversity is encouraged and valued. We understand how important family is; therefore, we support a family-friendly atmosphere. You will join a team who are here for the right reasons, and we are passionate about what we do.
For more information regarding this role, please email email@example.com or call me on 027 528 4713.
Applications close at 5pm Monday 8th July 2019.
Scholarship project - the scholar will contribute to a national register of sustainable land-use actions taken to improve water quality. The collation of this information should assist landowners and communities to adopt sustainable land use practices.
Scholarship term - approx. ten weeks beginning in November 2019
Scholarship base - Cawthron Institute, Nelson (help with organising accommodation will be provided)
Scholarship stipend - $5500
Applications close Friday, 9 August 2019.
Background to project
Despite the growing awareness of the decline of stream ecosystem health, freshwater ecosystem health continues to decline in many areas. Numerous restoration actions are underway to reduce the loss of contaminants from land and lessen their impact on the environment. The extent and intensity of action that is needed to improve water quality at the catchment scale is uncertain, as is the timeframe over which results will occur. Without this understanding, we don't know what fundamental changes in land use are needed to achieve the desired ecosystem health outcomes.There is a gap in knowledge about what, where and how interventions are underway. There is growing recognition by regional councils and the combined primary sectors that more reporting is needed.
Māori have kaitiakitanga responsibilities for catchments and they have expressed a strong desire for increased knowledge of sustainable land-use practices. The register is expected to help Māori manage commercial operations in a way that meets social, cultural, economic and kaitiakitanga obligations.
Objectives and outcomes of scholarship project
This project will develop an online register as part of the LAWA web tool (www.LAWA.org.nz) which will summarise past and current on-land restoration actions. This register will allow landowners and stakeholders to record and report on their sustainable land use practices. We are also particularly interested to see how this online register will benefit Māori to practice kaitiakitanga. To be certain that the register also addresses Māori views and needs, the scholar will conduct an online survey aimed at Māori communities/ landowners/ stakeholders.
This project would enable the scholar to assist in the design and implementation of the online survey, as well as assisting with the analysis and interpretation of the results. The scholar will work closely with freshwater scientists, social scientists and iwi landowners.
· Māori student or enrolled in Māori studies
· Currently at 2nd or 3rdyear of tertiary education
· NZ citizen or resident
· Familiarity with survey tools (e.g., SurveyMonkey, Doodle Poll, etc)
· A strong interest in water quality is essential
· Interested in the relationships between environmental science and social science
· Excellent computer literacy
· Methodical approach to work, attention to detail, and persistence
· Commitment to working as part of a team
· Commitment to being engaged in the work environment
To apply for this scholarship project, you will need to provide the following:
· A cover letter
· Letter of recommendation from tertiary institution
· Grade Point Average (GPA) or similar for years of tertiary study
Please submit your applicaiton through our careers site - https://cawthron.careercentre.net.nz/job/index
Cawthron scholarships overview
Cawthron scholars are guided by our scientists to develop the skills and knowledge needed to solve pressing environmental issues as well as providing students with work-place experience. There are three scholarships available.
· Sir Theodore Rigg scholarship - male or female undergraduate students
· Kathleen Curtis scholarship - female undergraduate students
· Te Pītau Whakarei Karahipi - Maori undergraduate students or students enrolled in Maori Studies, offered in partnership with Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga.
If you have questions, please contact Kat - firstname.lastname@example.org