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Room Attendants

  • Copthorne Hotel and Resort bay of Islands is looking for part time Room Attendants to join their friendly Housekeeping team.
  • Ensure guest comfort at all times.

Storeperson

New Plymouth, Taranaki
  • Current full drivers' licence and forklift licence.
  • We would strongly encourage all candidates interested in these roles, to apply directly online through the…

Electrical Support/Customer Service new

New Plymouth, Taranaki
  • Capacity to juggle multiple tasks with a flexible, 'can-do' attitude.
  • Being full of energy, ambitious, confident and flexible.
  • In this role you will:

SALES PERSON

Big Barrel
New Plymouth, Taranaki
  • Lifting ofthe stock is involved and holders of a current LCQ will be preferred.
  • Location: New Plymouth – 4 Egmont Street, New Plymouth.

Network Inspector

New Plymouth, Taranaki
  • A full Class 1 New Zealand drivers licence with the ability to operate a manual vehicle.
  • Along with your positive attitude and your motivation to make a…

Parking Coordinator new

  • Remain informed of current events affecting the community.
  • Ensure all service provided meets the Treaty of Waitangi principals and the bicultural policy.

Driver

New Plymouth, Taranaki +1 location
  • Delivering pizzas and other products to customers.
  • Providing quality customer service at the door.
  • Driving safely at all times.

Customer Service Assistant 2019

New Plymouth, Taranaki
  • Customer Service Assistants are responsible for performing various roles of Greeter, Photographer or Cashier to Scene to Believe standards.

Digital Signage Technician

New Plymouth, Taranaki
  • Our company operates a digital signage network with over 1200 screens across NZ.
  • A strong understanding of wireless networking would be an advantage.

Executive Assistant new

Taranaki District Health Board (New Plymouth/Hawer...
New Plymouth, Taranaki
  • Ability to korero Maori would be an advantage but is not essential although it would be necessary to have a basic understanding of te reo Maori.