Sector Vacancies

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27 July 2018

Invercargill City Council - Park Ranger

Permanent full-time

Do you have a passion for the outdoors, conservation and recreation? Are you a "hands on," "can do" type of person? If you are looking for a new challenge then we have the role for you!

Our parks department are looking for a Park Ranger to work in Invercargill's fantastic parks and reserves. We require a person to inspect and maintain facilities and tracks, prevent and minimise damage to the environment, provide visitors with information and assistance during regular patrols, deal with day-to-day queries and see to the general tidiness of the park. While interacting with the public your tact and patience will be invaluable. Experience in caring for large animals would be beneficial. Educating the public is another exciting aspect to this role which will bring out your excellent communication skills.

29 July 2018

Hamilton City Council - Customer Service and Sales Advisor / Learn To Swim Teacher

Position Description • Dual Position

• Customer Service and Sales Advisor/Learn to Swim Teacher

• 32 hours per week – Monday to Sunday

Swimming is an important recreation activity for many New Zealanders, and ensuring people are safe and confident in the water is a key focus for Hamilton Pools.

Our service and staff are dedicated to providing affordable and accessible recreation and leisure opportunities encouraging participation and enhancing the health and wellbeing of our community and working in partnership with the award-winning Northern Arena swim school.

29 July 2018

Hamilton City Council - Lifeguard/Learn to Swim Teacher

Swimming is an important recreation activity for many New Zealanders, and ensuring people are safe and confident in the water is a key focus for Hamilton Pools.

We are currently recruiting for a new and exciting position of Lifeguard/Learn to Swim Teacher. The Lifeguard/Learn to Swim Teacher is a dual position responsible for both supervision to visitors using the pools, and also teaching Learn to Swim classes in an encouraging, safe and professional environment.

You will be a part of a wider swimming and recreation team within the Hamilton City Council's Community Services Unit. If you are customer-focused and keen to establish a successful career in the leisure industry we would love to hear from you.

29 July 2018

Hamilton City Council - Fitness Instructor - Part time

• 10 hours per week

• Thursday 5.15pm-9.15pm, and Sunday 8.45am-2.45pm

At Waterworld Gym we are committed to our mission of helping customers become the best version of themselves.

The ideal candidates will have experience in both gymnasium work and taking group fitness classes.

Free carparking at Hamilton’s leading recreation facility.

We are a full-service health and wellness facility offering a wide range of membership options. Members and casual customers can take full advantage of the cardiovascular, resistance and free-weight equipment. We also offer more than 50 group fitness classes per week.

29 July 2018

Hamilton City Council - Team Leader - Lifeguards

Are you ready to dive into the next stage of your career?

Waterworld is looking for a Team Leader to join the operation. You will be responsible for the delivery of day-to-day operational activities ensuring the safe supervision of customers, and the facility, water quality and customer service is kept to a high standard.

29 July 2018

Hamilton City Council - Lifeguards

We are dedicated to providing affordable and accessible recreation and leisure opportunities that encourage participation and enhance the health and wellbeing of our community.

We are looking for enthusiastic, qualified, experienced and customer focused people to join our Lifeguard teams. As one of our lifeguards you would be a part of a wider swimming and recreation team within the Hamilton City Council's Community Services unit.

To be a lifeguard with us you will need to be able to demonstrate the following:

29 July 2018

Hamilton City Council - Arborist

Hamilton is known for its natural environment, with street and park trees an important feature of the city scape.

Hamilton City Council’s City Parks team is responsible for the physical work on those trees, and is in the market for an Arborist to join our crew.

The role includes the maintenance of established trees across the city, one-off tree removals, routine pruning and the planting of new specimens.

We're after a committed and enthusiastic parks or tree work professional with a recognised arboriculture qualification, relevant experience and competence with the tools of the arboriculture trade. Health and safety is an important part of this role and you’ll need to demonstrate you have a high level of understanding for keeping yourself, your workmates and the public safe while you are on the job.

Our unit is a tight-knit team and we need someone who works well alongside other parks professionals. You need to be able to communicate clearly and effectively with your colleagues, and collaborate with your peers to meet deadlines and complete work schedules.

29 July 2018

 

Hamilton City Council - Arboriculture Apprenctice

Hamilton is known for its natural environment, with street and park trees an important feature of the city scape. Hamilton City Council’s City Parks team is responsible for the physical work on those trees, and is after a keen person to join our crew.

The role includes learning how to maintain established trees across the city.

We're after a committed and enthusiastic person willing to learn and become a qualified Arborist. Health and safety is an important part of this role and you’ll need to demonstrate you have a high level of understanding for keeping yourself, your workmates and the public safe while you are on the job.

Our unit is a tight-knit team and we need someone who works well alongside others. You need to be able to communicate clearly and effectively.

31 July 2018

Gisborne District Council - Recreation and Amenity Manager

Gisborne District Council is working together with our communities to make our people proud by placing our customers at the heart of everything we do. Tairawhiti is the first place to see the light and we’re dedicated to making our region the first choice for people and lifestyle, environment, economy and culture.

An exciting opportunity exists to join our Liveable Communities Hub. We are seeking a high performing individual to manage our Recreation and Amenity Facilities section and services. This team has transformed significantly over the last eighteen months, and have now established a fantastic platform from which they are excelling from.



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