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Teacher Year 5/6
We are seeking a NZ Registered Teacher for a Year 5/6 class
You will be joining a great school, staff and community. We
are on the ICT contract and committed to PD.
This is a LTR position for 2011 with the possibility of being
available as a permanent position in 2012.
We look forward to your application. Send CV to:
Okaihau Primary School, Settlers Way, RD 1 Okaihau.
Applications close Friday 26th November 3pm.
Te Runanga-A-Iwi-O-Ngapuhi is seeking an accounts
administrator for a fixed term to cover maternity leave from 10
Jan 11 to 3 Feb 12, 40 hrs/week.
Key functions include:
• Administer debtor and creditor transactions
• Process accounts payable and receivable, fortnightly
• Maintain petty cash systems
• Providing required monthly reports
• Te Reo an advantage
A working knowledge of financial management packages and
specifically MYOB and MYOB payroll, extensive Microsoft
office skills, and experience in payroll and finance
To request a job description or to apply send a covering letter
and current CV to:
Human Resources Office Administrator
PO Box 263
Ph 09 401 5530
Email firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 pm 12 Nov 10
Senior Shepherd General
An excelle\nt opportunity to take on responsibility in a
supportive environment has come about due to ongoing
development and intensification of our 900ha effective sheep
and beef station.
The successful applicant will need to have the following skills
• Excellent pasture and stock management skills.
• Initiative, enthusiasm and strong communication skills.
• The desire to be part of a motivated and forward thinking
• 3 or 4 trained working dogs.
• General farm skills.
For further information or to apply for this position
please forward your CV with covering letter and at
least three referees to:
978 Lake Road, RD2
09 401 0638 OR 027 245 4830
Closing date: 12th November
A1 SECURITY LTD
Mobile Security Guard
A position has become available for a Mobile
Security Guard based in Kerikeri. This is a full time
position working on a rotation shift of four nights on,
four nights off.
The successful applicant must live in Kerikeri, have
a tidy appearance, be a good communicator, have
a clean driver s licence and a clean police record.
Experience in the security industry is preferred
however full training will be provided.
Please phone our office on
09 407 8635
Help us with the tourist season! A cheerful and conscientious
person is required to assist our head office in Kaikohe.
Work involves processing email reservations from overseas
Office hours are 0700 - 2100. Days are divided into morning
and afternoon shifts and Saturday work is required.
Position is fixed term until 15 March 2011, although a student
who wants to work the summer vacation could also be
Please apply by email to email@example.com
Phoenix Specialty Vehicles Ltd, based near Kerikeri, is one of
New Zealand s leading producers of high quality vehicles,
using latest composite fibreglass technology.
The company is in the process of expanding its fibreglass
operation and is looking for two experienced laminators. The
candidates are required to have experience with hand lay-up
and chopper gun operation. High work standards are
essential. Moreover, the successful candidates must have the
ability to both work individually or as part of a team.
Sean White (General Manager)
on 021 402 744
or send CV to
Paihia Bay of Islands
40+ hours per week.
These Credintials are essential
Handle bit or pressure from time to time
Mainly grill work
Please drop your CV into Hansens Cafe'
or Phone 094028525
Fisheries Team, Opito Bay and Waitangi Areas
NIWA is New Zealand s leading environmental research institute and key provider of atmospheric, freshwater and
marine research and consultancy services in New Zealand.
We are seeking enthusiastic and reliable Data Collectors to conduct surveys on boat ramps in the Opito Bay and
Waitangi areas. The role involves interviewing recreational fishers and recording data about the types and volumes of
fish caught. Our Data Collectors are also required to obtain sample fish heads and send these to NIWA laboratories for analysis.
Each Data Collector will be required to complete 24 survey sessions which are six hours each in duration. These sessions
will be on predetermined weekends and public holidays between 2 January 2011 and 30 April 2011.
Our successful applicants will enjoy working unsupervised, have good verbal communication skills and the ability to
accurately record data. In return you will receive a competitive hourly rate and the opportunity to work outdoors!
Interested in knowing more? Please contact Catriona Paterson, Fisheries Biologist on (09) 375 4642 or email:
Applications can be made online at www.careers.niwa.co.nz
or alternatively submitted via post to:
Recruitment Team, National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research,
Private Bag 99940, Newmarket, Auckland 1149.
Applications close Friday, 12 November 2010.
Part-time Data Collectors (Two)
Leading Environmental Science
Roading and Stormwater Superintendant
Here at Far North District Council we are after a project management leader that can take advantage of a
position full of opportunity and responsibility, while wielding a budget of $8 million dollars plus government
subsidy, to ensure the road network and drainage issues of the expansive Far North are both maintained and
improved for. Sound like you?
Working with the General Manager you will thrive in delivering and communicating a clearly defined district road
and storm water management strategy for the people of the Far North -- one produced in a cost and delivery
With a keen innovative mind focused on the development of the district's roading and drainage schemes, a
great team to motivate and grow, and your formidable all-round communication skills, you will be well-placed
to liaise with Land Transport New Zealand on our behalf, to ensure all possible financial assistance is obtained
and requirements are observed.
Previous experience in professional and technical aspects of roading and storm water engineering is essential,
and a tertiary qualification or experience equivalent to this level is preferred.
If you're full of ideas and passionate about water and wastewater assets you could be the person we're
looking for. You will have an up-to-date knowledge of best practice solutions and resource consent
requirements. Your inquisitive nature means you will relish the opportunity to research new technologies
and areas of operations to ensure operating costs are reduced and budgets are maximised.
You'll also thrive on creating project plans that effectively improve the Council's operations including project
management and reporting, preparing tender documentation and evaluation and project related consents.
On top of this you'll always be smiling, delivering exceptional customer service, to internal and external customers.
A professional engineering qualification or equivalent experience is essential as is previous experience in
the design, operation and commissioning of water and wastewater reticulation and treatment plants.
Point your career and quality of life Far North.
For a copy of any of the job descriptions or for any other enquiries please contact Human Resources at
firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0800 920 029 and quote the position reference number. Applications
can be registered through our career website www.fndcjobs.govt.nz and should be submitted together
with your curriculum vitae.
Applications for these positions close at 5.00pm Friday, 12 November 2010.
When it comes to great
careers, all roads point
North. Far North.
Permanent Part Time Position, 3 - 4 days per week.
5am starts including weekends. Some baking
experience needed, training given. Previous retail
experience required as position involves counter
sales. Must be people friendly, honest, reliable, able to
use initiative and work unsupervised.
CV and References required.
Please phone Murray, (09) 402 8128
Required for approximately 3 weeks from the
19th November to the 12th December.
Must be experienced, quiet with stock
and must have recent references. 52 bail rotary,
550 Cows, 10km from Kerikeri.
Remuneration to be discussed.
Phone Brett or Denise Larmer
09 407 1686, 021 499 125.
TE KOHANGA REO O
We currently have a vacancy for a full time Kaiawhina at our
Kohanga Reo. Experience and knowledge of the Kaupapa
preferred but not essential.
For a job description and application form
please contact us on
Phone: 09 404 1283, Mobile: 021 415 939
Applications close 12 November 2010
Casual work, Earn extra
pocket money. Do you live,
work or travel regularly
through Kerikeri and
Kaikohe or Kaitaia? Must
be 18yr+, reliable and have
For further information email
The position is part-time,
possibility of full time in the
We are looking for an
energetic, motivated and
mature person to join our
It s evening and mainly
Call 09 407 5115
between 2pm and 5pm
to arrange an interview
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