ANZCO Foods Limited is one of New Zealand’s largest exporters employing over 3,000 staff worldwide. A dynamic, multinational group of companies our core purpose is to procure, process and market New Zealand beef, lamb and food products to the world.
We currently have a unique opportunity for an experienced Reliability Engineer to join our largest processing site, located just outside Ashburton. This role has a focus on optimising plant reliability, and contributing to process improvements and plant development by the efficient management of assets and focus on best practice.
Reporting directly to the Site Services Manager you will be responsible for asset management strategies and leading and managing the risks associated with health and safety, insurance, ADC compliance and site security.
To succeed in this role you will have:
a relevant engineering qualification and ideally a minimum of five years working knowledge of asset management, ideally in the meat or food industry
working knowledge of monitoring and auditing systems for compliance
project management experience and knowledge of commercial contracting processes
ability to lead and manage change.
At a personal level you will demonstrate:
strong leadership ability, exercising good judgement and a level headed approach to decision making
proven relationship management and interpersonal skills
the ability to think logically and remain calm under pressure
a genuine desire to make a difference and drive continuous improvement.
We are committed to supporting and developing our people including in house and professional training, along with a competitive remuneration package. If you are motivated, have the skills and experience we require and want to be part of the exciting future of our company, then we want to hear from you. For further information please contact Colin Read, Site Services Manager at email@example.com
To apply online please visit our careers site https://careers.anzcofoods.com and enter the job number 3222SK.
Applications close Tuesday, 28 November 2017.