Page 44 — Otago Daily Times, Saturday, November 21, 2020 EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT MECHANIC POSITION bureau chief PARLIAMENTARY SENIOR MP SUPPORT Director of Boarding Gore Diesel or Automotive DEVELOPING GREAT MEN • Newly created role • Local weekly paper established in 1878 • Providing Eastern Southland news for Bring your strong office management and relationship building skills into a multifaceted role where no two days are the same. Permanent Full-time Otago Daily Times We have a busy rural workshop, servicing and repairing all vehicles and machinery, as well as engineering and hydraulic hose manufacturing and repairs. We are looking for a motivated, capable staff member, with a positive attitude, and with the ability to work as part of a team. Applicants for this position should have New Zealand residency and a valid New Zealand working Visa. Situated in Ranfurly, Central Otago. Who we are Allied Press Limited employs over 450 people on a permanent basis across our 15 sites in the South Island. We operate across multiple media platforms (print, on-line, digital) delivering news, information and entertainment through our various regional and city publications, including and the • • Do you take pride in going that extra mile? Give back to your community as the go-to person for issues, advice, or a simple chat Play a pivotal role supporting our MP’s Dunedin electorate office. ’ ’ ’ . “ ” ‘ ’ . The Ensign Otago Daily Times. • . . The role As the Parliamentary Senior MP Support to Hon Dr David Clark, MP, you’ll ensure everything runs smoothly in his Electorate Office day in and day out. With no two days the same, this role requires someone with strong relationship building and time management skills. The Ensign Reporting to the Editors of (Communities Editor) and (Editor in Chief), this role plays a key role in the growth and strengthening of a weekly local paper established in 1878, representing the local area in the and supporting the editorial team in the Gore office. Sub-editing and layout skills would be an advantage but are not essential. This is an exciting time to be working for this leading independent New Zealand media company. The regional coverage and local coverage are at the heart of its success. ‘ ’ . ODT , , The Ensign, Otago Daily Times A typical day may include: • Office management including developing and overseeing the office budget Providing high quality advice and advocacy to the constituents in your community Leadership and mentoring of your colleagues in the office Building, developing and maintaining strong relationships within the community Managing and responding to correspondence and emails. Otago Daily Times’ The Ensign’s • Some of the key accountabilities include: • Staff support and performance management • Sourcing and writing stories • Copy tasting • Meeting production deadlines • Point of contact for the local community and Allied Press staff Send c.v. and cover letter to: email@example.com • • • FARM WORKER REQUIRED for Closeburn Station, duties include general farm work and mustering. — Inquiries ph. Tony 027-444-9135, email firstname.lastname@example.org Your friends and whanau describe you as approachable, calm and resilient. You’re happy to work autonomously within your Electorate Office. You are a strong leader who enjoys collaborating with others and are well known for your impeccable problem solving skills and adaptable nature. Your skills and experience We are looking for an efficient, organised, curious self-starter, able to get along with and lead reporters, have a passion for news and be an excellent communicator. Significant journalistic experience is a must and experience in managing teams is advantageous. SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL In addition to your interest in supporting your team to succeed, you will demonstrate: • Video, photography and website skills • Commitment to accuracy and quality • Full NZ driver licence As an employee of Parliamentary Service you will be apolitical in your role. Awareness of the political landscape may be beneficial in supporting your MP. You’ll appreciate the sometimes unpredictable nature of this environment and instead of letting it faze you, you thrive on it. advertise in the Otago Daily Times now! Ph. 477-8000, E-mail email@example.com sourcing and selecting leaders senior reporter Further details Cultural Facilities Administration Officer - Customer Service This is a full time, permanent position based in Gore, central to the best of the South Island’s natural landscape with all of its leisure opportunities, affordable housing and access to plenty of local culture and sport. Relocation assistance would be considered for the right candidate. As well as working alongside professional colleagues throughout the South Island, there are development opportunities and an opportunity to take ownership of a successful and well supported local newspaper. To ensure our people feel supported and enabled to develop their knowledge and careers, you will receive a Parliamentary Service induction which will set you up to succeed within this environment, as well as ongoing learning and development opportunities. Central Otago / Wanaka • Newly created role • Live in beautiful Central Otago or Wanaka • Opportunity to make your mark in one of New Zealand’s fastest growing regions This is an events-based, fixed-term role linked to the MP, working 40 hours per week. Some flexibility in hours may be required. Part-time, 25 hours per week The role The appointing salary band for this role is $57,833.00 to $72,292.00 per annum. Appointments will be based on your skills and experience. If you think this role is for you, please click “apply for this job” and apply by way of CV and a covering letter. A copy of the position description can be requested from HR at firstname.lastname@example.org and informal queries should be sent to Louise Scott (Regions Editor) email@example.com. Reporting to the Regions Editor, and working with the Central Otago bureau chief this senior role plays a key role in the growth and strengthening of the This is an exciting time to be working for this leading independent New Zealand media company in Central Otago and Wanaka, two of New Zealand’s fastest developing areas. The regional and local coverage is at the heart of its success. Otago Daily Times. If you’d like to play a key role in supporting your MP within your community, apply now. Otago Daily Times’ Applications will close on Tuesday 1 December. Our Museum, Archive and Gallery team is seeking a welcoming and energetic Cultural All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence. Applications close 5pm Sunday, 22 November 2020. Some of the key attributes required include: Ability to develop and deliver important stories A keen news sense An understanding of local, regional issues and national matters as they affect the region The initiative to break stories Being relevant and professional Produce in-depth material for our high-profile local paper and website Facilities Administration Officer - Customer Service to provide customer service, operational support and front of house delivery for the Museum, Archive and Gallery. Please note you must have the right to work in New Zealand to apply for this role. Allied Press is unable to provide sponsorship or visa support at this time. If you have any questions regarding this role please contact Talent@ parliament.govt.nz • • • The Parliamentary Service appoints on merit and is committed to EEO and good employer principles. Disclaimer: Allied Press does not accept unsolicited agency résumés. Allied Press is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited résumés. The position: • • • The Cultural Facilities Administration Officer Customer Service plays a vital role in ensuring our visitors feel welcome including assisting our volunteers in providing great customer service. This role involves opening our facilities on weekends and public holidays. It also involves occasional evening work for events. Your skills and experience We are looking for an efficient, organised, curious and highly motivated self-starter, who has a passion for news and is an excellent communicator. Significant journalistic experience is a must. You will bring: office administrator A drive to provide great customer service A welcoming attitude A passion for arts, culture, and heritage Great communication skills An ability to work independently In addition to your interest in supporting our team to succeed, you will have: Video, photography and website skills Full NZ driver licence Experience in establishing good contacts and sources Experience in investigating and editing news items to a high standard. The ability to work effectively under pressure The ability to meet deadlines while maintaining excellence in accuracy, balance and credibility. Come and work at the Gore District Council! Gore • • • • The Gore District Council is currently recruiting for the following positions We are looking for an experienced office administrator, capable of juggling multiple tasks in a busy environment. Experience in handling deadlines while managing front desk duties would be a strong advantage and excellent attention to detail and accurate typing skills are required. As this role will handle internal and external communications, excellent customer service skills are essential, as are high professional standards of written and spoken English. To be successful in this role, you will have: Infrastructure Project Engineer The ability to work weekends, public holidays and some evenings Experience working in a cultural facility A background in customer service or office administration A good level of computer literacy Enquiries regarding the position can be made to Chloe Searle, Acting Museum, Gallery & Archives Director by calling 027 839 0423. • • This is a newly created role so if variety and challenge are attributes of your ideal job, then we would love to hear from you. You will need experience with delivering local authority infrastructure projects, the water/wastewater industry or a utilities related role. Further details This is a full time, permanent position based in Central Otago or Wanaka, central to the best of the South Island’s natural landscape with all of its leisure opportunities, access to some of New Zealand’s best skiing and plenty of local culture and sport. Relocation assistance would be considered for the right candidate. As well as working alongside professional colleagues throughout the South Island. We are looking for a person who holds either a Diploma in Engineering (Civil), NZCE or similar or a Bachelor of Engineering. If you have an open and inquisitive mind, can think through a range of issues and have sound judgment, then delve further into this role. About the role Reporting to the Sales Manager, the main purpose of the position is to ensure that all advertisements are booked, published and billed accurately and effectively into all Allied Press media. Applications close 5pm Monday 30 November. This is an exciting time to join a small, rural local authority. The Council is in the midst of an unprecedented capital works programme, with a number of “once in a generation” projects being advanced. Some of the key accountabilities include: If you think this role is for you, please click “apply for this job” and apply by way of CV and a covering letter. A copy of the position description can be requested from HR at firstname.lastname@example.org and informal queries should be sent to Louise Scott (Regions Editor) email@example.com. • Delivering various administration tasks related to all our advertising, including tasks such as advertising bookings, newspaper layouts and customer support. • Working closely with members of the advertising sales team, accounts department, production/publishing, to undertake a variety of company advertising sales functions and general office duties. • Office administration, i.e. cash handling, banking. • Supporting the Sales Manager on a daily basis as required To apply for this job and to view the position description go to: waitakidistrictcouncil.recruitmenthub.co.nz Aquatics Programme and Swim School Coordinator This is a key role at our award winning aquatic centre. We need you to have knowledge and understanding of all aspects of swimming lessons up to higher level training groups, aquatic programmes, water safety and staff training. You will also coordinate and provide quality aquatic programmes for all levels of the community from babies to adults. Applications will close on Tuesday 1 December. Please note you must have the right to work in New Zealand to apply for this role. Allied Press is unable to provide sponsorship or visa support at this time. We are not accepting agency resumes at this time QUEENSTOWN LAKEVIEW HOLIDAY PARK GENERAL MANAGER What we offer Our ideal candidate will be a qualified skills active assessor, hold a current Pool Lifeguard Practising Certificate, hold Swimming New Zealand qualifications along with a current workplace first aid certificate. Allied Press does not accept unsolicited agency resumes. Allied Press is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes. All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence. • Great team environment and an opportunity to grow your journalism skills in a competitive atmosphere. • Regular hours of 27.5 hours per week (Monday to Friday, 09:00 - 15:00) • Permanent role in an established business. • Enjoy being part of a small, dedicated team. The Position Description is available by email from HR: firstname.lastname@example.org. Informal inquiries about the role are welcome and should be directed to Katherine McLennan, Advertising and Sales Manager, The Ensign and Southern Rural Life: email@example.com or call 03 208 8940. The Business Queenstown Lakeview Holiday Park is a well-established 4-star holiday park in the centre of Queenstown. It offers 44 accommodation units, as well as powered and non-powered tent, caravan and campervan sites. Queenstown Lakeview Holiday Park is one of 4 holiday parks within CCR ltd in the Queenstown Lakes District area. Our district will provide you and your family a rural city lifestyle unrivalled by most. Our community and recreational facilities are exceptional. With lakes, ski fields, national parks and major urban centres within driving distance, it is a wonderful place to live. The Role As the general manager, your main responsibilities are: Ensuring the best possible holiday experience for your guests; Financial Management (including setting/adhering to budgets and payroll); Maintaining a safe and comfortable environment for staff and visitors; Ensuring compliance with all regulatory, legal and commercial requirements; Facilitating change in a dynamic environment; Marketing within a very competitive business environment. - - Visit www.goredc.govt.nz/your-council/job-vacancies/ for the relevant job description and application form. You can also apply online. Applications for both positions close with the Human Resources Manager, Susan Jones, at 5.00pm on Friday 4 December 2020. - - Applications will close on Friday 27 November 2020 although we will be shortlisting as we receive applications, so may close for new applications prior to this date. - - To be eligible for shortlisting, you must have the right to live and work in New Zealand. If not a NZ or Australian citizen or resident, any work visa should preferably cover the duration of the contract. Allied Press Limited does not offer visa sponsorship. (Permanent part-time, 20 hours a week) Skills and Experience Our busy Mosgiel Hospice Shop is looking for a dynamic people person with great retail skills and the ability to be part of a busy and eclectic team of wonderful volunteers and experienced staff. This role has broad scope, which includes managing volunteers, processing donations, careful curation of secondhand goods at a fast pace and having a great interface with our many varied donors and shoppers. The role is 20 hours including weekend work. The successful candidate will need to have retail experience, preferably in the second-hand sector. The work can be physically challenging, but hugely rewarding as the shop is a major contributor to operational costs of the Otago Community Hospice service. Applications close Monday 23 November 2020. - - - Relevant qualifications and/or experience in a similar position; Ability to work autonomously, use initiative and meet deadlines; Ability to balance a quality guest experience with business and yield objectives; Excellent communication skills; Great team worker; Capability of concurrent problem solving and adaptability to changing work environments and workloads; Team Leader who can provide guidance to others; Familiarity with accounting, payroll and reservation systems; All applications will be treated in confidence. - - - - - SENIOR SCIENCE ENGAGEMENT COORDINATOR, MĀORI What’s on offer - Yourownteamtoworkwithbutalsothebackupofahighlyexperienced board and a number of like-minded managers within the company; Your chance to be part of guiding the park through a rebuild of offerings and through the post Covid market place; 2-bedroom on-site accommodation; Remuneration to reflect the experience and skill set. - FULL-TIME - - Registered Nurse We are looking for someone confident in Te Ao Māori, and with a passion for mātauranga Māori, science, and engaging our public. This role will work alongside kura, marae, and iwi, together with, science partners, community groups and funders. It will help lead the design, development and delivery of innovative science engagement activities, with a focus on integrating Māori perspectives, mātauranga, te reo, and tikanga into engagement content and delivery. These activities will then be delivered within the Museum, and in outreach locations throughout Aotearoa New Zealand. Please email your Cover Letter and CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (03) 473-6838 for further information. How to apply If this sounds like you, you can email your detailed application to Applications close 7th December 2020 at 1pm. email@example.com. » » Open to new opportunities? Are you an experienced Registered Nurse, looking for a change and a challenge? Standard office hours, Monday to Friday » You will work closely with iwi, community groups and scientists to build trusted relationships and deliver authentic and engaging experiences. You must be able to juggle multiple projects, and work effectively at both a creative and detailed level. The ideal candidate will be confident presenting publicly and in Māori communities, and effective working in a collaborative team environment, whilst also being able to take initiative directly. A tertiary level qualification is desirable. A genuine passion and capability to extend mātauranga Māori and science in our communities is essential. HealthCare NZ provides support and care to clients in their own home, enabling people to stay living well at home in their own community. HealthCare NZ is seeking to recruit nurses who are passionate and can step up to the challenge of working with clients who have complex needs in a non-clinical setting. SOUND LIKE YOU? For more details on the role and to apply visit www.otagomuseum.nz/jobs John McGlashan College CUSTODIAN FOR ARAI TE URU MARAE Nurses who will enjoy a satisfying career, working alongside the client, their family and community networks should apply. International Student Manager Applications close 5pm, Monday 7 December 2020 This is a full-time role for a fixed term of between 2 to 5 years (negotiable), The role is Monday to Friday but applicants must be available to work after hours and weekends as required. (0.4 FTE, Fixed term 12 months) Please visit https://careers.healthcarenz.co.nz/home and refer to job reference number 13347. Otago Museum is an equal opportunities employer. 25 hours per week - term time only (although potential for some holiday work, including summer). Please go to our website for further information: www.mcglashan.school.nz If you have any questions about this vacancy please email: firstname.lastname@example.org Closing date: November 30, 2020. We are looking for an independent, self-motivated, innovative bright person to bring their te ao Ma¯ori experience and skills to support the Arai Te Uru Marae and our community. Me¯na¯ ko koe te¯nei, tono mai! For a confidential conversation, please contact Veranay Samuels on 027 235 8767. All applications will be acknowledged by email. OTAGO DAILY TIMES CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Phone 4778000. Email email@example.com For the job description and further information, contact: Marie Laufiso, email firstname.lastname@example.org mob. 021-532-396. Applications close December 4, 2020. HealthcareNZ Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of New Zealand Health Group Limited.