Sealord is a New Zealand based global seafood enterprise with a world-wide fishing, processing and marketing network that leads the seafood industry in the careful and sustainable management of fish and seafood resources.
Sealord is again recruiting for dedicated seasonal staff to be considered for various positions in our land based factory in Nelson during Hoki season 2019.
The season runs from mid-May until the end of September 2019 so being able to commit to this time frame is essential.
The shifts are:
•day shift 6.00am – 3.30pm, (includes one hour voluntary overtime) Monday to Friday
•afternoon shift – 4.00pm to 1.00am, (includes one hour voluntary overtime) Monday to Friday.
There will be also be additional voluntary weekend work when required.
To be considered you will have the following:
•Be 100% committed to Health and Safety
•Be able to work with continuous processing
•Have good time management skills
•Have good hand to eye coordination
•Be physically able to do heavy lifting (for some roles only)
•Have good knife skills (beneficial not essential)
Training for all positions will be provided based on your experience and the available positions include the following:
•Experienced Forklift Driver
In the interests of health and safety all applicants are required to undertake a pre-employment health assessment and drug test. Only people who are eligible to work in New Zealand should apply.
If you are on a working visa you must be have a minimum of three months until expiry or be able to get an extension plus be able to work a minimum of 40 hours per week. These are full-time positions only.
Please apply online at via our Sealord careers site and follow the steps to upload your details.
Applicants will be contacted with details of the next steps in our recruitment process.
Applications close on Sunday, 30 June 2019.
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