Job Location Description
Rotorua is a city in the Bay of Plenty region of the North Island of New Zealand. The city is located on the southern shores of Lake Rotorua, from which it gets its name. It is home to the Rotorua Lake District, a subdivision that includes Rotorua and several other nearby cities. With an estimated population of 57,900, Rotorua is the 12th most populous urban area in the country and the second most populous in the Bay of Plenty after Tauranga.
Rotorua is a major destination for both domestic and international tourists. The tourism industry is by far the largest industry in the district. Known for its geothermal activity, it features geysers and hot mud pools, including the Pohutu geyser at Whakarewarewa. This thermal activity comes from the Rotorua Caldera, where the city is located. Rotorua is home to the Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology.
The name Rotorua is of Maori origin and the official name of the city and lake is Te Rotorua-nui-a-Kahumatamomoe. Roto means “lake” and Rua means “two” or in this case “second”. Rotorua therefore means “second lake”. Kahumata Momoe was the uncle of the Maori Chief Ihenga, the ancestral discoverer of Te Arawa. It was his second large lake discovered by the chieftain and dedicated to his uncle. It is the largest of the numerous lakes in the northeast, all connected to the caldera and nearby Mount Tarawera. Its name can equally well mean “crater lake”.
The area was originally settled by Maori of the Tearawaiwi tribe in the 14th century. In the early 1820s, the Ngapuhi, led by Chief Hongi Hika, launched a series of raids on the Bay of Plenty as part of the Musketeer War. In 1823, a Gapuhi raiding party led by Hongi Hika Te Arawa attacked the paa (fortified settlement) on Mokoia Island, which they defeated.The first Europeans in the area Possibly Philip Tapsel, who traded on the shores of the Bay of Plenty at Maketu from 1828. He later married in Te Arawa and was highly regarded by them. Missionaries Henry Williams and Thomas Chapman visited him in 1831, and Chapman and his wife founded a mission in Teh Koutu in 1835. This he was abandoned within a year, but Chapman returned in 1838 and founded his second mission on Mokoia Island. The lakefront was a prominent scene of skirmishes during the New Zealand War in the 1860s. A ‘Special District’ was created in 1883 to promote Rotorua’s potential as a spa destination. The city was linked to Auckland by the opening of the Rotorua Branch Railway and his 1894 Rotorua Express train service, leading to rapid urban and tourism growth from then on. Rotorua was incorporated as a municipality in 1922 and was first elected mayor in 1923. He created the city in 1962 before becoming a district in 1979.
An exciting opportunity to take your career to the next level with Rotorua’s Bay of Plenty team. Delivery Manager Reporting to construction, managing, coordinating and directing line resources, ensuring programs are up to date, overseeing assigned projects, coordinating with other delivery managers to maximize staff availability across the region. be utilized as much as possible.
What’s in it for you?
An exciting opportunity to take your career to the next level with Rotorua’s Bay of Plenty team. His two days reporting to DeliverNo broaden his knowledge and skills as he experiences a variety of jobs in a variety of challenging environments. Other benefits include:
- Competitive salary + benefits + full PPE kit and gear provided based on experience in a 40 hour per week full-time position
- Building company cars, in-house comfort programs, health insurance discounts
- Work for a diverse clientele, which means diversity and job security
- Numerous training and development opportunities, and opportunities to learn new skills in the industry
- Opportunity to work in a focused and essential organization in key safety leadership positions
As a Delivery Manager Construction, manage, coordinate and direct line resources, ensure programs are current, oversee assigned projects, and coordinate with other Delivery Managers to maximize staffing across the region. make use of it.
Who we’re looking for
We are looking for an experienced supervisor with experience working in the electrical industry, current registration and competence, and holding at least a class 1 driver’s license. There are also:
- Industry background in distribution and electrical industry
- Proven supervisory experience
- Knowledge and experience in LV and HV distribution and zonal substations
- National Certificate Electricity Supply (NCES) Line Mechanic – Level 4 or Live Work Level 5, National Certificate of Electrical Engineering Level 4 or equivalent
- Critical thinking skills with the ability to solve problems and make decisions
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Good interpersonal skills, preferably experience working in a multicultural environment.
Unfortunately applications from those without the right to work in New Zealand cannot be considered.