Tangiwai Sawmill

 Tangiwai Sawmill Administrator / Management Support

  • Are you an administrative superstar?
  • We are seeking an office administrator/ management support all rounder for this varied role.

The opportunity (Tangiwai Sawmill)

A new role, the Sawmill Administrator will provide a comprehensive administration support service to the Sawmill management team.  Key areas of responsibility will be the front office management, including liaising with employees, contractors and other visitors; general administration as directed and required, documentation processing (including but not limited to finance, human resources, compliance and health and safety) in alignment with internal and external regulatory, policy and procedure requirements.  The Administrator will be able to take direction but also anticipate and drive site needs.  This is a fulltime, permanent opportunity.

 About You

The ideal candidate will have;

  •  A positive ‘can-do’ attitude and a genuinely agile approach to workstreams.
  •  Attention to detail, superior organisational skills and confidentiality are a must.
  •  The ability to identify office system improvements and implement solutions.
  •  A strong customer focus with the ability to develop cross functional relationships.  
  •  Advanced computer skills including Microsoft Office and customised software solutions.
  •  Demonstrated success in a similar role, including executive support.
  • Knowledge of sawmilling operations and/ or WPI operations, policy and procedures would be advantageous.

 About us

WPI is committed to ensuring a safe and healthy work environment. As part of the selection process applicants will be required to pass an independently conducted pre-employment health and medical assessment which includes drug testing.

 For further information please contact Kathy on 027 272 5199 or email jobs@wpinz.com. 

To apply for this position please email a letter of application and a resume to jobs@wpinz.com.

 Applications close at 12noon, Wednesday, 27 May 2020.

Karioi Pulpmill & Tangiwai Sawmill

 Health and Safety Advisor

  • Are you a dynamic advisor with a passion for Health and Safety?

WPI, a leading manufacturer of mechanical market pulp in Asia Pacific is seeking a Health and Safety Advisor that can work across all our Health and Safety functions, reporting to the Manager Health Safety, Security and Privacy.
This opportunity is based at the Karioi Pulpmill and Tangiwai Sawmill, Ohakune, Central North Island.

The opportunity (Karioi Pulpmill and Tangiwai Sawmill)
As a company we are committed to increasing our overall Health and Safety performance and employee engagement, and continuing to implement key initiatives critical to our improvement journey.
This is a great opportunity for someone who is keen to base themselves in or around the stunning Ruapehu region, spend time exploring the pure outdoors away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and to make a difference in a varied role within an organization committed to continuous improvement.

About You
You will be able to demonstrate the following competencies and capabilities essential for this role;

  • ability to collaborate with teams to maintain our continuous improvement drive in respect to health, safety and well-being.
  • support key projects and daily operational activity, ensuring compliance to the Health and Safety at Work Act, relevant codes of practice and standards, the WPI Major Accident Prevention Policy and Safety Management system.
  • extensive administration skills including minute taking, report and draft policy writing.
  • significant, demonstrated use of Microsoft Office and customised software solutions, including safety management system(s). Vault experience is desirable.
  • development of internal training materials.

To be successful in this role you will have;

  • high energy levels and a flexible and practical approach to workstreams whilst maintaining attention to detail.
  • a relevant qualification (Level 4 (or equivalent) at minimum) and demonstrated workplace experience in Health and Safety
  • a strong customer focus with the ability to develop cross functional relationships.
  • excellent communication skills.
  • a current driver’s license (Restricted at minimum).

About us
WPI is committed to ensuring a safe and healthy work environment. As part of the selection process applicants will be required to pass an independently conducted pre-employment health and medical assessment which includes drug testing.

For further information please contact Derek Bensemann on 06 385 8545 ext 892 or email jobs@wpinz.com.
To apply for this position please email a letter of application and a resume to jobs@wpinz.com.

Applications close at 12noon, Wednesday, 27 May 2020.