Operations Managers X2 Company/Location: CNI, Lower NI (Wairarapa)
Step out-side corporate environment
A challenging and rewarding career
About our team Forest360 is one of New Zealand’s largest independent full service forest management companies with a combined 34 years of combined industry experience. We strongly believe that our team’s collective knowledge and broad professional skillset across all aspects of forest management and land use means we can provide innovative, best practice solutions for our clients.
About the roles Forest360 is looking to employ two Operations Managers one based in the BOP/Waikato/King Country region and the other in the lower North Island (Wairarapa) region to support the growing business.
Key functions; include but not limited to:
Manage Health & Safety, Environment and Production compliance.
Coordinate contractor and crew operations
Management of value recovery and cost control to maximise return to forest owners
Management of client relationships on a day to day basis
Contractor scheduling and log sales planning
Harvest planning and preparation of blocks for harvest
Attracting and securing new clients and business
Key Attributes and Experience
A Tertiary Forestry qualification and/or five years’ experience working in a harvesting crew in a leadership role
A high level of commitment to health and safety
Proven experience and understanding of the Forest Industry
Excellent communicator, well organised and strong ability to prioritise
A can-do attitude with sound problem solving skills and attention to detail
Competent computer user, with experience in mapping and spreadsheet programs
Strong values of honesty, integrity, commitment to quality and getting things done
Benefits of working at Forest360
A competitive salary and remuneration package including company vehicle
A great culture and supportive working environment that provides variety and flexibility
If this is of interest to you, please contact Dan Gaddum (+64 02758593339) for further questions or email your CV and cover letter before 30th April to [email protected]
Applications close: Tuesday, 30-Apr-2019
Technical Forester - South Island
Company/Location: Ngai Tahu Forestry - Greymouth
Kia hiwa ra!
Our kaupapa (purpose) is based on the values and vision of Ngai Tahu iwi and is best represented by the Ngai Tahu proverb ‘when land and water are sustained the people will prosper’ Toitu te Marae o Tane, Toitu te Marae o Tangaroa, Toitu te Iwi.
Ngai Tahu Forestry has created an exciting new position to manage and assist with a wide range of forestry and harvesting projects, and to provide technical support to the General Manager - Forestry and other Operational Managers. You will be joining a small dedicated and passionate team, where innovation and “thinking outside the square” is encouraged and supported.
Key elements of the role include health and safety management, estate and operational planning across all forestry operations, promoting continuous improvement of operations, particularly harvesting, and ensuring effective uptake of new technologies. In addition, you will assume responsibility for some specialist areas such as inventory and resource modelling.
Ngai Tahu Forestry manages 27,000ha of plantation forests across the West Coast, Otago, and Canterbury. Last year the company managed over 1,500 hectares of planting and the harvesting of 300,000 tons of logs for both domestic and export markets. The business is also responsible for a seed nursery (Proseed) and various third-party activities such as alluvial gold mining.
The role is based in our forestry operations office in Greymouth. You will enjoy all the benefits of the relaxed and friendly lifestyle the West Coast has to offer.
What we can offer you?
Opportunity to get involved in all activities of the forestry cycle.
A diverse and friendly team environment.
Great opportunities for training and continuous learning.
Competitive remuneration including health and life Insurance.
A brand-new dedicated forestry building / workplace.
Career advancement potential.
The benefits of being part of a larger and very successful organisation.
Financial assistance with relocation if required.
Ideally you will have:
A tertiary qualification in forestry or related discipline.
Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to build rapport with a wide range of people.
Self-motivation with the drive and resilience to manage projects and meet targets.
A minimum of 5 years of forestry work experience and a genuine passion for working in the industry.
An awareness and understanding of Ngai Tahu values, and a willingness to learn tikanga and te reo Maori.
Ngai Tahu Forestry is committed to kia hoki ora atu; everyone home safe every day, so before starting with us, you will have to go through a range of checks, including drug and alcohol testing.
To apply, please visit mahi.ngaitahu.iwi.nz and submit your application online. For confidential enquiries, please contact Nicola Keane, People and Development Advisor on +64 021 267 5946 or [email protected]
This role will remain open until a suitable candidate has been appointed. We will update applicants on the status of their applications as they are reviewed.
Please note: You will not be able to apply from a mobile device and your resume should not exceed 1MB in size.
Nau mai, haere mai, tauti mai!
Pulp and Paper
Fibre and Forestry Manager Company/Location: Visy Tumut
Visy, a global leader in the packaging, paper and resource recovery industries, is looking for a Fibre and Forestry Manager for their Tumut Mill.
Reporting to the GM Pulp & Paper Tumut, the position will be wholly responsible for the management and delivery of 1.9 million metric tonnes per annum of wood fibre to the Tumut Mill. Key responsibilities will include, but not limited to:
1. Implement strategies that deliver the wood fibre required to operate the mill whilst also identifying opportunities to drive cost savings. 2. Manage all aspects of the Prime Materials budget and spend for the Tumut Pulp and Paper Mill. 3. Responsible for the management of wood fibre contracts, contractors and suppliers. 4. Oversee forest harvesting and haulage for stumpage operations. 5. Key responsibilities of the role include being the site contact for Forestry Certification and Chain of Responsibility.
1. 5+ years of proven Forestry Operations experience having been responsible for management of fibre supply, harvesting and haulage contracts. 2. Experience with management accounting and preparation of complex budgets, forecasts, cost reporting, contract reviews and regulatory compliance. 3. Proven experience in the delivery of results in line with business objectives. 4. Strong literacy, numeracy and presentation skills with highly advanced excel skills. 5. Experience with managing forestry certifications and the legislative requirements of Chain of Responsibility. 6. Stakeholder management skills with the ability to network across community, environmental and regulatory stakeholders. 7. Experience with contract management, business development and project costings.
For any queries, a copy of the position description, or should you wish to apply, please contact Adele Lourens on [email protected] quoting job #501244