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Forest Management

Safety and Certification Manager
Company/Location: Tumut, NSW

Job Description:
At Hume Forests we understand that our greatest resource is our people. We pride ourselves on supporting staff training and career development. We are the largest private plantation company in NSW and manage plantation assets in the Murray Valley, Bombala and Oberon.

An exciting opportunity has become available for a Safety and Certification manager to join the Hume Forests team. The position is full-time, permanent and based in Tumut, NSW.

The Safety & Certification Manager position reports directly to the General Manager and is responsible for co-ordinating OHS management including ongoing certification in workplace health and safety, environmental management and sustainable forest management.

The successful candidate will have at least four years’ experience in managing certifications at an ISO level, preferably in a forestry or land use management environment. The position is responsible for the companies’ forest management systems and supporting documentation.

The position will involve regional and interstate travel and be a representative of the company at relevant national committees and forums.

For more info
Contact: Jake Lazarus
E-mail: jacob.lazarus@humeforests.com.au
Phone: +61 (0)2 69471933
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Senior Forester, Community Forestry
Company/Location: VicForests

Job Description:
VicForests is a Victorian State-owned business responsible for the sustainable harvest, regeneration and commercial sale of timber from Victoria's public forests on behalf of the Victorian Government.
We undertake all our operations in a safe, efficient and sustainable manner, keeping our staff, the community and the environment in mind in all we do.

We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Forester to join our Community Forestry division based in Ballarat.

About the role:
Reporting to the Regional Manager, West (Community Forestry); you will be responsible for managing a small team of Foresters working in offices across Western Victoria; also, you will be responsible for monitoring field operations and/or planning completed by the Community Forestry team.

This position is a 2-year fixed term role at a Career Level 5.

About you:

  • A proven track record in delivering operational outcomes
  • Experience in managing, developing, and mentoring team members and teams
  • Experienced working within a forestry or natural resource management business
  • Appropriate degree or equivalent post graduate qualification in Forestry, Natural Resource Management or a related field
  • Ability to develop plans to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements
  • Experience in developing long term plans and project management
  • Excellent relationship building and negotiation skills
  • Physical fitness to enable effective completion of field-based work
  • Current Manual Victorian Drivers Licence with ability to travel
  • Excellent communication and people management skills
Benefits & Culture:
  • A highly supportive environment with accessible management
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Regular training and professional development opportunities
  • Health insurance discount
You will be part of an innovative and creative organisation that strives to achieve success through implementing sustainable forest management practices and initiatives to support our valuable customers and stakeholders.

To apply please send your most current CV and Cover Letter to vf.careers@vicforests.com.au

VicForests is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

People from diverse backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

PDF description: Position Description 2020 CF - Senior Forester Community Forestry(E).pdf

For more info
Contact: VicForests HR Team
E-mail: vf.careers@vicforests.com.au
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Senior Forest Officer (Forest Management, North West)

Company/Location: Sustainable Timber Tasmania (STT)

Job Description:

About Us

Sustainable Timber Tasmania (STT) is a Tasmanian Government Business Enterprise with approximately 150 employees. STT is an operational organisation responsible for sustainably managing Tasmania’s forests. STT manages approximately 800,000 hectares of public production forest (Permanent Timber Production Zone land) and undertakes forest operations for the production and sale of forest products from these forests.

Our Values

  • Respect - we create safe places
  • Responsibility - we take ownership
  • Growth - we create sustainable value
  • Excellence - we make it happen

Senior Forest Officer (Forest Management)

The Senior Forest Officer (SFO) - Forest Management is responsible for the delivery of regional land based operational programs and activities across the forest estate. This position will focus on plantation establishment and management, and relevant stakeholder engagement.

Position Accountabilities and Selection Criteria
  • Develop and implement tactical and operational programs for the establishment and maintenance of plantations, and where required, native forest reforestation activities.
  • Monitor and report on plantation programs and contractor activities.
  • Participate in forest management activities including fire-fighting duties, managing invasive weeds, rubbish and illegal wood collection.
  • Maintain strong, positive relationships with customers and contractors, including effective resolution of issues.
  • Identify and effectively respond to emerging stakeholder and community issues and implement stakeholder engagement processes.
  • Prepare and implement Forest Practices Plans, Forest Operation Plans, and other task planning.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to the safety of staff and contractors.
Contact

For a confidential conversation about the role please contact the Coordinator Forest Management North West, Emma Barker, on +61 0457 821 354 during business hours by close of business Monday, 30 November. The position description (including accountabilities) and more information about STT's application process is available on our website at: http://www.sttas.com.au/about-us/careers

How to Apply

To apply click the following link https://sttas.elmotalent.com.au/careers/external/job/view/7 Applicants will then be directed to STT’s candidate portal to submit their applications. All applications must be submitted by9.00am on Monday, 30 November 2020. The successful applicant will be subject to a pre-employment medical, a National Police Check and a 5-month probationary period. For further information please email people@sttas.com.au

PDF description: PD- Senior Forest Officer Forest Management.pdf

For more info
Contact: Emma Barker
E-mail: people@sttas.com.au
mobile: +61 0457 821 354
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Marketing and Sales

Business Development Manager

Company/Location: Forest & Wood Communities Australia, Melbourne

Job Description:

  • Part time (three days per week)
  • Salary: $55-60,000 (based on experience)
  • Location: Melbourne, Victoria
  • Required experience: minimum 2 years in business development, sales and or marketing.
Forest & Wood Communities Australia is a non-profit association and is seeking a Business Development Manager to help increase membership and develop sponsorship.

This part-time position is ideally located in Melbourne where you will work with the Managing Director and stakeholders directly and indirectly involved in forestry to create and execute strategies to promote membership.

The Australian timber industry employs 50,000 people, many of whom particularly in the native forest sectors face uncertainty as ongoing activist campaigning affects government policy. FWCA was formed in July this year to defend their livelihoods and the communities in which they live and the BDM will be helping to promote our work.

This exciting opportunity has massive potential and you will be getting in on the ground floor to create a strong voice for grassroots timber workers, timber communities and supporters of sustainable Australian forestry. Most importantly you will be helping to give our members hope for their future.

The BDM will be a dynamic self-starter who is motivated to exceed expectations in building relationships and our membership and then using it to attract sponsorship while upholding our values as a grassroots organisation which ensures the interests of our members are our priority.

We’re seeking a person with networking, negotiation, planning and marketing skills who can build relationships within forestry and related industries and promote the association.

Knowledge of forestry and its various sectors is also essential as is your professionalism and attention to detail.

FWCA is based in Melbourne and we will favour someone who is able to work in this location. However, if you are the best person for the job but are not in Melbourne we will consider an alternative arrangement.

Please contact Justin Law at j.law@fwca.org.au for a position description or to arrange a confidential discussion about the role.

PDF description: FWCA BDM Position Description6.pdf

For more info
Contact: Justin Law
E-mail: j.law@fwca.org.au
mobile: +61 0408556296

Applications close: Thursday, 31-Dec-2020

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Forest Consulting

Carbon Forestry Consultant/Senior Consultant

Company/Location: Ekos Kāmahi Ltd - nation wide & location flexible

Job Description:
Salary range: $90,000 - $110,000
Location: NZ based, flexible with location.
Full time.

ABOUT US

Ekos is a social enterprise that works to create self-sustaining forest carbon projects and programmes in New Zealand and the Pacific Islands with a strong focus on restorative reforestation, farm forestry, and forest conservation. All of our projects are locally owned, developed collaboratively and as much as possible, locally delivered.

We're a dynamic team who are passionate about innovative climate change solutions, sustainable land management and forest conservation. We work with a wide range of organisations throughout New Zealand and further afield.

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE

  • Hold relevant post-graduate qualification plus 5 years in the forest carbon sector, or 10 years relevant experience if no post-graduate qualification.
  • Experience in design of carbon project planting plans and analysis.
  • Experience in forest carbon accounting.
  • Experience with the NZETS (familiar with rules, carbon returns and calculations).
  • Experience with the field measurement approach and forest measurement.
  • Experience with exotic and indigenous forestry and forest ecology.
  • Experience in commercial forestry sector.
  • Experience with GIS and mapping.
TASKS & RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Design and develop forest carbon projects in NZ and Pacific Islands.
  • Analysis of forest carbon projects for financial and carbon returns.
  • Data collection.
  • Quote and proposal development.
  • Responding to enquiries.
  • Developing responses to RFI/RFP requests.
  • Report writing and communication of outcomes.
  • Collaborate with Ekos team/consortia members.
BENEFITS

We are flexible about the geographic location of this position, although it must be within New Zealand. We offer flexible working conditions, including working from home.

This is a career opportunity for someone who wants to contribute to carbon-financed forest conservation, climate change resilience, sustainable land management and community development.

For more info
Contact: David Laing
E-mail: david@ekos.co.nz
Phone: +64 021609028

Applications close: Saturday, 11-Dec-2021

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Forest Management

Senior Silvicultural Forester

Company/Location: Hancock Forest Management (NZ) Ltd - Tokoroa and/or Rotorua

Job Description:
Our Business
Hancock Forest Management NZ Ltd (HFM NZ) protects and manages the forest assets owned by the Hancock Natural Resource Group’s investment clients. These institutional investors own 230,000 hectares of plantation forests in New Zealand, producing an annual harvest volume of approximately 5 million m3. Providing a safe and inclusive workplace for its employees and contractors and managing all operations to ensure excellence in environmental outcomes are HFM NZ’s highest priorities.

The Role
We’re creating a new leadership position within our Forestry team. The Senior Silvicultural Forester will support our Forestry Manager oversee our close knit Tokoroa Forestry department. The role requires someone ready to ‘step up’ and will support budgeting, reporting and administration processes, will be involved in staff training and mentoring, will help lead innovation and continuous improvement and will work with other regions to ensure uniformity of practices. All the while, delivering excellent health, safety, environmental and cost outcomes for our contractors and clients.

What We Can Offer
HFM NZ is one of New Zealand’s largest forest management companies and will offer a highly competitive package. Along with base salary and annual bonus, a work vehicle (choice of 3) including private use is supplied. We also provide a suite of benefits including health insurance, trauma, income protection and life insurance, additional KiwiSaver contributions, gym subsidy and long service leave and now also paid parental leave. Generous financial support for formal external tuition can be accessed to ensure our employees can learn and grow while working with us. HFM NZ also supports employee health and wellbeing and the importance of work/life balance and provides flexible work arrangements wherever possible.

What We’re Looking For
The successful applicant will ideally hold a tertiary qualification in forestry, agriculture or horticulture and/or have significant experience in forestry operations. We’re particularly interested in candidates with forestry operations planning and spraying experience who also have a high level of technical skills and confidence with software. We want someone with lots of positivity, who is solution oriented, welcomes change and seeks out innovation. A great team player with strong relationship and people management abilities will be welcomed. Above all else, an unwavering commitment to delivering the highest health, safety and environmental standards is a must.

To Apply
If you’d like to join our small but committed team and work with some of the best in the business, more information can be found on our website www.hfm.nz Please send applications in the form of a cover letter and CV to our Human Resources Team at hfmnzcareers@hnrg.com by 29 November 2020.

HFM NZ is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability, or age. HFM NZ values diversity and inclusion and is comfortable to provide any reasonable necessary accommodation to foster such a workforce.

PDF description: Senior Forester Tokoroa JD Final 1111205.pdf

For more info
Contact: Jo Burrell, Human Resources Manager
E-mail: hfmnzcareers@hnrg.com

Applications close: Sunday, 29-Nov-2020

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Forest Analyst - ETS Specialist

Company/Location: PF Olsen Ltd, Rotorua

Job Description:
PF Olsen Ltd has been a leading provider of forestry services for more than 46 years, with offices throughout New Zealand and Australia.

Our consulting team is an integral part of our company success and we are currently seeking a technically oriented analyst who will initially train in, and focus on the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) and carbon forestry. Our team provides consultancy services including commercial and technical forestry-based solutions for New Zealand and international clients. This position is based in our modern Head Office premises in Rotorua, and adjacent to the popular walking and cycling tracks of the famous Redwood Forest.

To be successful you will preferably have:

  • NZ technical forestry experience, and/or, carbon forestry experience
  • Working knowledge of the Climate Change Response Act 2002 (ETS) would be advantageous
  • A tertiary qualification in a related discipline
  • Excellent interpersonal and team skills
  • Excellent communication, accuracy and written skills
  • The ability to work as part of a team
Duties will include:
  • Developing and maintaining ETS expertise to provide support to clients and wider business
  • Managing ETS clients and ETS administrative support
  • Spatial analysis of land-use and ETS opportunities
  • Advancement opportunities to technical forestry analysis and consulting
In return, we offer the successful candidate:
  • An exciting and diverse role in a skilled and supportive team
  • Progression and training opportunities initially in carbon forestry and GIS
  • A development opportunity to Forestry Consulting with exposure to a diverse range of projects
  • Attractive employee benefits package (Including life, medical & income protection insurance)
  • Share-buying opportunities
PF Olsen is 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 4th December 2020 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
Phone: +64 079217290

Applications close: Friday, 4-Dec-2020

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Harvest Manager, Waipapa

Company/Location: PF Olsen Ltd

Job Description:
PF Olsen Ltd prides itself in remaining leaders in the field when it comes to our work processes, health & safety and environmental systems. We have over 46 years’ experience in the Forestry Services industry, with offices throughout New Zealand and Australia.

Regional growth means we are currently seeking an experienced and motivated Harvest Manager to join our high performing Waipapa, Northland team. Located close to Kerikeri in the idyllic ‘winterless’ Bay of Islands, the region is a fantastic base to visit golden sandy beaches and historic towns and landmarks; or to get involved in the numerous sports on offer including big game fishing, kayaking, sailing or mountain biking.

At PF Olsen we offer a supportive work environment and an attractive employee benefits package. If you are a team player with great communication skills, then you could be the candidate we are seeking.

Duties will include:

  • Best practice management of health, safety and the environment
  • Managing harvesting crews to a high level of performance
  • Road engineering and harvest planning
  • Client management and reporting
To be successful you will already have:
  • A tertiary qualification in Forestry (preferable)
  • Proven track-record, with 3 or more years’ experience in Harvest Management
  • Harvest planning and roading experience
  • Excellent interpersonal and team skills
  • Good communication and written skills
In return, we offer the successful candidate:
  • Training opportunities
  • Attractive employee benefits package (Life, Medical & Income Protection Insurance)
  • Vehicle with full private use
  • Share-buying opportunities.
PF Olsen prides itself on being a drug-free work place, 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 04th December 2020 to Tachina.Walsh@pfolsen.com

For more info
Contact: Tachina Walsh
E-mail: Tachina.Walsh@pfolsen.com
Phone: +64 07 921 7290

Applications close: Friday, 4-Dec-2020

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Tree Crop Supervisor

Company/Location: Timberlands Ltd

Job Description:
Timberlands Ltd is a world leading Forestry Management Company based in Rotorua, New Zealand. With a new Strategic Plan in place, this is an exciting time to join Timberlands. We are seeking a Supervisor to work in our Tree Crop department, initially to fill a one year fixed term vacancy created by an internal secondment, but with potential for the role to become permanent.

About the role:

  • Lead and supervise tree crop operations, ensuring they are undertaken in an effective, efficient and safe manner;
  • Maximise forest value through the implementation and deployment of forestry operations that drive up the value of our owner forestry investment;
  • Lead, support and provide frontline supervision of the company’s annual silviculture tending programs;
  • Protect Kaingaroa Timberlands' estate from biological pests and provide firefighting capabilities in accordance with the local fire plan.
Key Accountabilities:
  • Lead and supervise suppliers/providers and monitor and report on their compliance and performance;
  • Work with contractors on building capability, systems, procedures and resources to enable these businesses to perform effectively;
  • Lead, organise and control tree crop operations, to ensure all stands are managed both economically and in line with approved company silviculture regimes.
  • Work with suppliers to ensure that the right resources are deployed and allocated to the forest.
  • Ensure all operations are compliant with company best practice and liaise with Forest Health Manager to maintain and improve these where appropriate.
Our ideal candidate:
To be a success in this role you will have a tertiary forestry qualification or equivalent experience in forestry. Silviculture operations experience alongside your problem solving skills will be highly regarded. Awareness of the drivers of forest productivity and value and understanding the silviculture of Radiata pine and what effects it will also stand you in good stead in this role.

What we offer:
If you’re willing to put in the time and dedication, in return we offer you the opportunity to join a progressive and growing world class business with career and training opportunities the envy of other industries. We offer the successful applicant a competitive salary, a benefits package including health and welfare insurances, and flexible work hours to provide a good work life balance.

This position is initially full time for a period of one year. Applicants should have current eligibility to work in New Zealand and already be residing here.

If this sounds like an opportunity you would be interested in please don’t hesitate to request a job description and apply by Friday 11th December 2020, providing a cover letter and copy of your CV to Enquiries.Timberlands@tll.co.nz

For more info
Contact: Karla Hook
E-mail: enquiries.timberlands@tll.co.nz
Phone: +64 07 343 1070

Applications close: Friday, 11-Dec-2020

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Operations Forester

Company/Location: Timberlands Ltd

Job Description:
Timberlands Ltd is a world leading Forestry Management Company based in Rotorua, New Zealand. With a new Strategic Plan in place, this is an exciting time to join Timberlands. We are seeking an Operations Forester, on a permanent full time basis.

About the role:

  • Plan lead organise and control silviculture tending operations ;
  • Maximise forest value through the implementation and deployment of forestry operations that drive up the value of our owner forestry investment;
  • Manage the company’s annual silviculture work programs ensuring they are implemented in line with best practice in order to maximise forest value;
  • Protect Kaingaroa Timberlands' estate from biological pests and provide firefighting capabilities in accordance with the local fire plan.
Key Accountabilities:
  • Ensure that all silviculture operations within your area of responsibility are managed according to company best practice
  • Plan, lead, organise and control all silviculture operations within your region, including the planning and scheduling of new work
  • Manage and supervise suppliers/providers and monitor and report on their compliance and performance;
  • Ensure that regular contractor reviews are undertaken for all contractors using KPI scorecards, regular meetings, notices and presentations;
  • Use stand level data, quality assurance data and resource information to manage the performance of operations.
  • Monitor and manage operations within budgets, invoicing and cost control
Our ideal candidate:
To be a success in this role you will have a tertiary forestry qualification and at least 2 years’ experience. Demonstrated ability to manage groups of people and a strong appreciation of OHS, alongside sound knowledge of silviculture forestry management will be highly regarded. Experience with large scale operations, ArcGIS and ATLAS will also be viewed favourably. The role requires the ability to actively listen and communicate, as you will collaborate with a wide range of stakeholders across Timberlands.

What we offer:
If you’re willing to put in the time and dedication, in return we offer you the opportunity to join a progressive and growing world class business with career and training opportunities the envy of other industries. We offer the successful applicant a competitive salary, a benefits package including health and welfare insurances, and flexible work hours to provide a good work life balance.

This position is initially full time for a period of one year. Applicants should have current eligibility to work in New Zealand and already be residing here.

If this sounds like an opportunity you would be interested in please don’t hesitate to request a job description and apply by Friday 11th December 2020, providing a cover letter and copy of your CV to Enquiries.Timberlands@tll.co.nz

For more info
Contact: Karla Hook
E-mail: enquiries.timberlands@tll.co.nz
Phone: +64 07 343 1070

Applications close: Friday, 11-Dec-2020

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Forestry Harvesting

Harvesting & Engineering Manager
Company/Location: Ernslaw

Job Description:

  • Great career opportunity
  • Building empowered teams
  • Balanced lifestyle – family, outdoors, sun & surf
Ernslaw is on a path of change, strengthening every aspect of our business so that we are well positioned for the future. This transformational change will ensure our assets are sustainably managed for generations to come. We are building our team with an exciting new opportunity for a newly created role of Harvesting & Engineering Manager in our Gisborne region.

Ernslaw owns/manages 100,000 ha of forest land across New Zealand and we have regional hubs in Gisborne, Bulls and Tapanui. We are part of the Oregon Group which consists of a diverse range of businesses including Winstone Pulp & Paper, Innova, Lumberbank NZ, Lumberbank Australia and Regal King Salmon (large shareholding).

Reporting to the Regional Manager, this leadership role has been created to provide a step change in our harvesting and engineering practices balancing safety and environmental compliance while achieving continuous improvement across our operational practices. We are looking for candidates with strong values-based people leadership capability, strong technical/operational knowledge, commercial acumen and the ability to influence positive change.

You will have proven experience with building empowered teams with a focus on coaching and supporting staff for success. Your ability to engage contractors in a positive manner is key to reach the standards we require with our transformational change plans.

Key responsibilities:
  • Champion 100% safe across all harvesting and engineering operations leveraging support from our H&S team.
  • Facilitate strong collaborative relationships between operational and environmental teams to look after the land and meet our regulatory compliance requirements.
  • Deliver agreed production targets ensuring quality standards are met, value is maximised and budgets are met/exceeded.
  • Develop partnerships with contractors ensuring aligned values.
  • Promote collaborative working relationships across Ernslaw regional businesses by creating opportunities to share learnings and support the delivery of the Ernslaw strategic plan.
  • Build strong stakeholder relationships with customers, regulators, iwi, agents, ports and other forestry companies.
The ideal candidate will have:
  • Relevant tertiary qualification, CPEng is preferred
  • Strong knowledge and experience with harvesting and engineering practices
  • Proven focus on safety & environmental practice
  • Ability to effectively lead teams
If you are interested in finding out more about this role or to apply, please send you CV with a cover letter to careers@ernslaw.co.nz

Applications will close on Friday 27th November 2020.

For more info
Contact: Careers
E-mail: careers@ernslaw.co.nz
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Marketing and Sales

Sales & Marketing Co-Ordinator

Company/Location: PF Olsen Ltd, Rotorua

Job Description:
PF Olsen Ltd has been a leading provider of forestry services for more than 46 years, with offices throughout New Zealand and Australia. PF Olsen’s key purpose is to maximize value for forest owners through all aspects of forest management, from planting through to harvesting and marketing, while managing commercial and statutory risks. Our Head Office in Rotorua is situated adjacent to the famous Redwood Forest, popular for its many cycling and walking tracks.

Our business is on an exciting journey that is preparing for our current and future growth, and as the Sales and Marketing Co-Ordinator, you will be a centralised connection for the wider business.

To be successful in this role you will have:

  • Previous experience in marketing within the service industry.
  • An ability to motivate others.
  • To be an absolute team player.
  • An eye for detail while still being able to think strategically.
Duties will include
  • Ensure our clients have a rewarding experience of working with PF Olsen by improving and maintaining PF Olsen’s client management systems, including implementation and maintenance of a CRM system.
  • Working with the regional Business Development Managers to deliver on the Marketing Plan and implement strategies within our business plan.
  • Assist to develop marketing strategies and identify opportunities for PF Olsen.
  • Ensure contract paperwork is completed to a high professional standard.
What we can offer you:
  • A competitive remuneration
  • Life Insurance
  • Income Protection Insurance
  • Medical Insurance
  • Share-buying opportunities
  • An inclusive and fun place to work
PF Olsen is proud to be a drug-free work place and applicants must agree to pre-employment drug testing and criminal history check.

This position is not being listed through an agency, so to apply for this position, please email your CV and cover letter before Friday 4th December 2020 to Tachina.Walsh@pfolsen.com

Applicants must already be eligible to work in in New Zealand

For more info
Contact: Tachina Walsh
E-mail: Tachina.Walsh@pfolsen.com
Phone: +64 079217290

Applications close: Friday, 4-Dec-2020

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Wood Processing/Manufacturing

New Zealand Market Manager

Company/Location: South Pine (Nelson) Ltd, Nelson, New Zealand

Job Description:
South Pine (Nelson) Ltd is a New Zealand owned and operated, sawmilling and timber processing business located in Nelson. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of the McAlpines group of companies. South Pine products are predominantly sold throughout New Zealand to wholesale Merchants, we also export a range of products.

An opportunity has been created for the role of NZ Market Manager. We seek to appoint a pro-active, achievement orientated sales professional, preferably with experience in the timber industry. Reporting to the General Manager, the appointee will be responsible for managing and developing product sales throughout New Zealand, while ensuring its continued growth and optimum returns.

As an integral part of the senior management team, your relationships with other managers and staff will be crucial to ensure you and your team deliver targeted and meaningful results. Personal attributes required include a commercially astute customer focussed style, superior communication skills, and an ability to thrive in a dynamic competitive environment.

A competitive salary package, vehicle and an exciting and long-term career opportunity will be offered to the right person.

Nelson is renowned for its high sunshine hours and attractive surrounds, with 3 national parks within a 90-minute drive, surrounded by beaches and mountains it is perfect for those who love the natural environment and the great outdoors.

If you are interested in applying for this position please email your letter of interest with your CV to:romons@southpine.co.nz

Applications close COB 27th November 2020.

For more info
Contact: Romon Spiers
E-mail: romons@southpine.co.nz
Phone: +64 (0)3 5479629
mobile: +64 (0)21520624

Applications close: Friday, 27-Nov-2020

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