Reasons could include the position has been filled or the company is not accepting new applicants.
Oji Fibre Solutions is New Zealand’s largest pulp & paper
Our values: Innovation, Built on Strength, Future Focused and Trusted Partner
are held in common across all our business units. They drive us forward
on a sustainable path to create long-term value for our people, the partners we
work with, the customers we supply and the communities and environments in
which we operate. Built on a strong heritage of manufacturing, we have an extensive team of people, who work
together to produce quality products from renewable natural and
low carbon resources. We are committed to a sustainable future by driving the
Opportunity: Our Tasman Mill is seeking an Annual ShutPlanner to join the Facilities
Purpose of the
Reporting to the Facility Maintenance Manager, this is a challenging and
exciting role that will see you undertake effective planning and scheduling of
all maintenance activities for the provision of optimizing plant performance
with the allocated resources, with a particular focused on scheduling and coordinating
major shut activities.
About you: This role will require a dedicated and motivated professional who ideally has
maintenance or engineering experience and knowledge of workflow processes in
a large, complex industrial or
manufacturing environment. To be
successful in this role you will have excellent communication skills, the
ability to build and maintain strong relationships, be a sound team player with
the ability to think on your feet and problem solve as you go.
You will also need to bring the following:
What we offer: there
are lots of benefits in joining the team at Tasman. In return for your
skills and commitment, we offer
In accordance with Company policy, the successful
candidate will be required to undergo a pre-employment medical examination,
drug test and criminal history. Oji Fibre Solutions will meet these expenses.
Applications Close: Wednesday, 30 November 2022
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