Current Available Positions

Invisible Accordion

Production Manager

  • Aluminium fabrication
  • Onehunga
  • Unique product range

Based in Onehunga this long-established and profitable private company has become a stand-out performer in aluminium fabrication.  It is a manufacturer and supplier of specialised, custom built and very high quality light boxes and fabricated letters to the signage industry. 

The company is also a maker of spectacular neon signs and this is an exciting and fast growing market.

The role

  • Working with customers – sales visits, site measurements, shop drawings, quotes
  • Managing production planning
  • Hands on in running the factory – cutting, welding, assembly
  • Purchasing raw material

 Benefits of the role

  • Industry competitive hourly wage
  • Bonus scheme
  • Free parking
  • Full training provided
  • Use of company van

 Skills and experience requirements

  • Previous experience within fabrication
  • Experienced user of plant equipment including MIG welding, cutting, CNC router, extrusion
  • Able to read and draw plans

 Other good to have’s include – intelligence, pragmatism, and problem solving.

It is possible that you are a fabricator, or perhaps a builder, looking for a change.

Having ambition has the potential to be rewarded.

Direct any enquiries to John Keesing:  [email protected]; (021) 649-920

SALES – Structural Steel Engineering

  • High quality structural steel engineering products
  • Unlimited growth potential
  • East Tamaki

    Based in East Tamaki this long-established and profitable private company has become a stand-out performer in the steel fabrication industry.  An award winning certified provider of specialised and high quality structural steel products the business prides itself on the strength of its customer relationships and the unwavering attention it spends on product craftsmanship.

     The role

    To help drive the company to develop a growing and high quality customer order book for an expanded range of specialist engineering product the time is right to hire you for this new full time and permanent position. 

    • Develop and nurture relationships with key merchants within the building and construction industry
    • Provide drawings, quotations and pricing for product orders
    • Purchase of raw material for final product
    • Maintain a regular onsite presence and support the process of obtaining CCC’s
    • Attendance at industry events and trade shows

     Benefits of the role

    • Industry competitive salary
    • Company vehicle
    • Free parking
    • Ongoing training

     Skills and experience requirements

    • Previous experience within the building industry and the use of structural steel is key
    • Able to read and make drawings
    • Strong experience with the development and maintenance of client relationships and keen to work closely with builder merchants
    • Having a practical and hands on style, and keen to make onsite visits

    With the specialised nature of the made-to-order products it is essential that for the first few months you spend most of your time in the workshop receiving a hands on training program before you hit the road and show off your knowledge and product credibility to a growing customer base.

     If you are interested but wish to learn more before you apply please contact John Keesing: (021) 649-920; [email protected]

           

          SHOWROOM SALES

          • Onehunga
          • Memorial headstones
          • Leading sales position

            The Company

            We are a supplier of the finest quality, and have the widest range, of memorial headstones and plaques throughout New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.

            The role

            You will have the lead role in running the showroom as part of the team in the Onehunga branch, which also incorporates and Head Office and production; open Monday to Friday, and Saturday mornings.

            A fantastic opportunity to meet customers, listen to their requirements, build a rapport, recommend a solution exceeding their expectations, and maintain follow up throughout the memorial process.

            The benefits

            • Competitive salary
            • Bonus
            • Free parking
            • Full training

            Skills and experience

            • The key attributes you will bring to this role are your empathy and patience, and your ability to relate to people and provide them with an enduring solution
            • Previous sales experience, especially of higher value personalised products and services; and could be a good fit if you have experience in a medical, insurance, or educational organisation

            Naturally you will enjoy being part of a family orientated team, bring a passion to your work along with a sense of humour. 

            The role is not for everyone but it can be extremely rewarding while offering the opportunity to create strong and lasting relationships.

                If you are interested but wish to learn more before you apply please contact John Keesing: (021) 649-920; [email protected]

                     

                    ELECTRICIAN

                    • East Tamaki
                    • Competitive hourly rate
                    • Mix of industrial and commercial

                      Electrosafe is a well-established, East Tamaki based, electrical contracting business.

                      Servicing all of Auckland the company’s strong growth means that there is a need for a fully New Zealand registered electrician to join a small but very strong team.

                      The role:

                      As an experienced electrician you will have already worked with industrial and commercial clients, completed maintenance and service work, and some residential work also.

                      You will have the opportunity to primarily work on your own.

                      If you have EWP experience, are Safe Site registered, and have an inspection licence then even better.

                      The benefits:

                      • We will be competitive with the hourly market rates
                      • Company vehicle
                      • Phone

                      Skills and experience requirements:

                      • Fully New Zealand registered
                      • Reside and work in New Zealand without visa requirements
                      • Comfortable working on your own, have a responsible attitude and have a clean drivers licence
                      • Have your own hand tools

                      If you are interested but wish to learn more before you apply please contact John Keesing: (021) 649-920; [email protected]

                           

                          ELECTRICIAN

                          • Mount Roskill
                          • Competitive hourly rate for a good all-rounder
                          • Great mix of work – residential and commercial, plus some industrial

                            Well-established, family owned electrical contracting business, based in Mt Roskill.

                            Servicing Auckland, primarily north of Onehunga/Mt Wellington/Penrose, the company’s strong growth means there is a need for a New Zealand registered electrician to join a small hard-working team.

                            The role:

                            A great opportunity for an experienced electrician looking for a mix of residential and commercial work with a bit of industrial thrown in as well.

                            Jobs include installations, repairs and maintenance, and preventative maintenance.

                            The benefits:

                            • We will be competitive with the hourly market rates
                            • Company vehicle
                            • Tool allowance
                            • Phone

                             Skills and experience requirements:

                            • New Zealand registered, or you could be a third or fourth year apprentice
                            • Aircon experience a great advantage
                            • Reside and work in New Zealand without visa requirements
                            • Comfortable working on your own, have a responsible attitude and a clean drivers licence
                            • Have your own hand tools

                             A great opportunity for you if you describe yourself as an experienced electrician with a generalist range of skills from working in different industries.

                              If you are interested but wish to learn more before you apply please contact John Keesing: (021) 649-920; [email protected]

                                   

                                  ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT

                                  • Key client management
                                  • Specialist high quality building products
                                  • Glendene, Auckland

                                     The Company

                                    Operating for over 30 years from home base in West Auckland, this very successful business imports a complete range of high quality single-use specialist building products for distribution to building supply outlets throughout New Zealand.

                                    The role:

                                    • Account Management – a strong focus on the nurturing and growth of existing long-term relationships with key players in the wider building sector
                                    • Business Development – actively prospect for new customers

                                    Benefits of the role include:

                                    • Auckland based territory
                                    • Industry benchmarked salary
                                    • Use of company vehicle, phone and lap top

                                    Skills and experience requirements:

                                    • Proven product sales experience – building products preferred
                                    • Enjoy working independently, being on the road, and making face-to-face site visits
                                    • Developing, maintaining, and growing mutually beneficial business relationships
                                    • Being a natural at networking, presenting, and closing the deal

                                     Complementing your sales skills we look forward to being impressed by how organised you are, your energy and positive attitude, and ability to understand the technical attributes of the products.

                                    New Zealand is in the middle of a building boom – get on board and help the business achieve its next level of success.

                                      Make any enquiries to John Keesing:  [email protected]; (021) 649-920

                                          CUSTOMER SERVICE and SALES ADMINISTRATION

                                          • Wiri
                                          • Full-time and permanent
                                          • Great mix of customer service and sales admin

                                           This small but rapidly growing Wiri based company is involved in the manufacture and distribution of a range of specialist products used in the precision engineering industry. 

                                          The role:

                                          This fantastic new permanent and full time opportunity has arisen out of continued company growth and it is one offering a good level of responsibility involving liaison with customers and processing orders into the system.

                                          • Answer in-bound customer sales order calls and queries
                                          • Process Sales Orders and customer Purchase Orders in the system

                                          The benefits:

                                          • Competitive salary
                                          • Opportunity to participate in the company bonus scheme
                                          • Free parking
                                          • Full training

                                           Required skills and experiences include:

                                          • Some experience in a light manufacturing organisation that ideally includes responsibility for in-bound sales calls and purchase orders
                                          • Previous use of logistics/warehouse computer software systems – the company operates SAP Business One
                                          • Being methodical and accurate is vital
                                          • Very strong communication skills with a passion for customer service

                                           The job will suit someone who is already a strong performer and is looking for a change; or a person who is close to the beginning of a career and is keen to be involved with the sale of specialist engineering products.

                                            Make any enquiries to John Keesing:  [email protected]; (021) 649-920

                                                WAREHOUSE ASSISTANT

                                                • Wiri
                                                • Terrific chance to grow your career
                                                • General warehousing, and learn machine op 

                                                Do you already have some warehouse experience, believe in being methodical and very accurate, and enjoy doing a variety of tasks in the warehouse?  Then here is a great and new position for you in Wiri.

                                                 The company has a small team and is growing rapidly.  It is the NZ master distributor for a world-wide leader in the manufacture and distribution of high quality industrial sealing components.

                                                The role

                                                • Help operate the machinery to manufacture finished products from raw materials
                                                • Pick, pack and despatch orders
                                                • Assist in completing stock counts
                                                • Keep the warehouse and equipment clean and tidy

                                                The benefits

                                                • A great salary depending on experience
                                                • Car park
                                                • Full training
                                                • The opportunity to operate the manufacturing equipment
                                                • Big opportunities to take on more responsibilities and grow your skills.

                                                 Skills and experience requirements

                                                • Ideally your previous work experience could be out of working with pipes and flanges, but that is not a pre-requisite
                                                • Enthusiasm, a great work ethic, and a sense of humour
                                                • A high degree of accuracy and know what it means to read instructions twice and do the job right first time
                                                • Great communication skills, as these are very technical products
                                                • The ability to work for periods on your own
                                                • Good fitness, as some lifting is required

                                                  Direct any enquiries to John Keesing: [email protected]; (021) 649-920

                                                    SERVICE TECHNICIAN

                                                    • East Tamaki
                                                    • $24 to $28/hour
                                                    • SEW-EURODRIVE – ‘driving the world’

                                                      SEW-EURODRIVE is the world’s leading manufacturer of motors and gear motors.

                                                      For anything that needs a motor to move things (anything from conveyor belts to screwing caps on wine bottles) the company is able to provide a solution.

                                                      Already in 47 countries around the world the New Zealand operation, based in East Tamaki, is now expanding its service offerings to clients.

                                                      To support that growth the position of Service Support has become available.

                                                      The primary responsibilities are:

                                                      • Booking – receive and book in all units returned for repair
                                                      • Repair – complete initial and basic repair function by visual inspection, stripping, and running preliminary testing
                                                      • Complete repair report summary for each unit

                                                      Benefits of the role include:

                                                      • Initial hourly wage of between $24 and $28
                                                      • Full training on all aspects of the business
                                                      • Strong career development programme
                                                      • Part of a world-wide company out of Germany

                                                      The personal attributes that will serve you best include:

                                                      • Aptitude – having an interest in mechanical engineering and wanting to fix things that no longer work like they used to
                                                      • Attitude – wanting to learn and be engaged
                                                      • A belief in professional customer service and providing excellent solutions for all customers

                                                      Working for this unique organisation with a strong world-wide reputation will be busy and rewarding.  Your day will fly by and your professional customer service, attention to detail, and willingness to learn will ensure you do well in your progression within the company.

                                                      Direct any enquiries to John Keesing: [email protected]; (021) 649-920

                                                        HANDYMAN

                                                        • Central Auckland
                                                        • Permanent, full time position for a good all-rounder
                                                        • Vehicle provided 

                                                          We are

                                                          A rapidly expanding rental property management company focussing on providing a high quality service; and we are looking for a proactive and keen all-round generalist Handyman to join our small team.  

                                                          Be your own boss with no two days being the same, and work in a great mix of city apartments, suburban houses, and estates. 

                                                          We need you to promptly action the maintenance of properties and equipment, including basic plumbing, carpentry, electrical, ground maintenance, and painting

                                                          The benefits to you

                                                          • Full time role
                                                          • Company vehicle
                                                          • Be your own boss
                                                          • Monday to Friday and the potential for overtime
                                                          • We will fund any training courses that you may require

                                                          Your skills and experience

                                                          • Competent in the use of hand and power tools
                                                          • Worked in the trades; any time spent in the hospitality industry would be a big advantage
                                                          • Enjoy dealing with guests in a kind and courteous manner
                                                          • Available for potential after-hours callouts to attend to emergency maintenance issues

                                                           As a small company we pride ourselves on being flexible and responsive. 

                                                          Being the ideal candidate for this full time position we know you will be positive and self-reliant as for much of each day you will be out and about working on your own; you will be using your own hand tools but you will be provided with a vehicle.   

                                                          Direct any enquiries to John Keesing: [email protected]; (021) 649-920

                                                            RETAIL SALES ASSISTANT

                                                            • National franchise business
                                                            • Based in Albany
                                                            • Full training provided

                                                              The company

                                                              This successful and well-established business is one of the world’s largest embroidered apparel and promotional products companies; providing businesses and organisations of all sizes with customised uniforms, sports-wear, polo shirts, caps, bags and promotional products.

                                                              The role

                                                              • Manage customer enquiries – including phone queries and walk-in customers
                                                              • Maintain the showroom displays
                                                              • Input sales into the system (MYOB) and putting the order into the production flow
                                                              • Issue invoices
                                                              • Order stock and help pack completed orders

                                                               Benefits of the role

                                                              • A competitive hourly wage
                                                              • Free parking
                                                              • Full training provided
                                                              • Career growth opportunities

                                                              Skills and experience requirements

                                                              • Previous experience of having a customer service focussed position
                                                              • Have an interest in apparel and promotional products
                                                              • An interest in graphics and design would be a big advantage

                                                              We are a small team and genuinely care about each other, and we have a strong focus on customer service and the quality of our work. 

                                                              This is a fantastic opportunity to learn new skills and grow your career.

                                                              Direct any enquiries to John Keesing:  [email protected]; (021) 649-920

                                                                  EMBROIDERY MACHINIST

                                                                  • East Tamaki
                                                                  • Full training provided
                                                                  • Flexible working hours

                                                                    The company

                                                                    Our business is part of the world’s largest uniform and promotional products company.

                                                                    We bring logos to life!

                                                                    And we are looking to grow our business by creating an exciting opportunity for you to join us.  We don’t mind if you are a school leaver, a trainee, or want to move across into our industry from another role.

                                                                    The role

                                                                    • Producing high quality embroidery on Tajima machines
                                                                    • Unpacking and packing garments
                                                                    • Operating the heat press

                                                                    Benefits of the role

                                                                    • Bonus scheme
                                                                    • Free parking
                                                                    • Company uniform
                                                                    • Full training by working alongside our current machinist
                                                                    • Flexible working hours but no less than 24 hours/week
                                                                    • Career growth opportunities
                                                                    • Take your birthday off work

                                                                    Skills and experience requirements

                                                                    • Have an interest in, or knowledge of embroidery or industrial sewing machines
                                                                    • You will need to have a full drivers licence

                                                                    We are a small and very friendly business that genuinely cares about our staff; and we have a strong focus on customer service and quality – that is where your positive attitude, reliability and sense of humour will show itself. 

                                                                    Each of our jobs is unique so we are never bored, and often busy.  We know you will want to help the team and customers, and be willing to learn new skills.

                                                                    Direct any enquiries to John Keesing:  [email protected]; (021) 649-920

                                                                        STEEL FABRICATOR

                                                                        • Structural steel engineering
                                                                        • Unlimited growth potential
                                                                        • East Tamaki

                                                                        Based in East Tamaki this long-established and profitable private company has become a stand-out performer in the steel fabrication industry.  An award winning certified provider of specialised and high quality structural steel products the business prides itself on the strength of its customer relationships and the unwavering attention it spends on product craftsmanship.

                                                                        The role

                                                                        To take advantage of a growing and high quality customer order book for specialist engineering solutions the time is right to hire you for this new full time and permanent position. 

                                                                        • Produce quality fabricated steel componentry and structures
                                                                        • MIG welding
                                                                        • Be a strong part of a small but experienced team

                                                                         Benefits of the role

                                                                        • Industry competitive salary
                                                                        • Free parking
                                                                        • Ongoing training
                                                                        • Skills certifications
                                                                        • A wide range of products

                                                                         Skills and experience requirements

                                                                        • Previous experience within light manufacturing/fabrication
                                                                        • Able to read and make to drawings
                                                                        • Preferring a hands on role
                                                                        • Previous Site Safe training and having an EWP certification would be a big advantage

                                                                        Direct any enquiries to John Keesing:  [email protected]; (021) 649-920

                                                                          STEEL FABRICATOR - ASSISTANT

                                                                          • Structural steel engineering
                                                                          • Great career opportunity
                                                                          • East Tamaki

                                                                           Based in East Tamaki this long-established and profitable private company has become a stand-out performer in the steel fabrication industry.  An award winning certified provider of specialised and high quality structural steel products the business prides itself on the strength of its customer relationships and the unwavering attention it spends on product craftsmanship.

                                                                           The role

                                                                          We are looking for an individual who is keen to kick start their career within the steel fabrication business.

                                                                          Our order book with some of New Zealand’s biggest organisations is growing and the time is right to hire you for this new and full time permanent position and give you quality training to become a qualified fabricator. 

                                                                          Benefits of the role

                                                                          • Industry competitive salary
                                                                          • Free parking
                                                                          • Full training. We will train you to operate the production equipment, welding, reading drawings and will support you to obtain your forklift and Site Safe licences and a university degree if you wish
                                                                          • Skills certifications
                                                                          • A wide range of products

                                                                           Skills and experience requirements

                                                                          • An interest in things mechanical
                                                                          • Some basic knowledge of metal working tools
                                                                          • Demonstrate a positive and can-do attitude
                                                                          • Want to progress your career

                                                                          Direct any enquiries to John Keesing:  [email protected]; (021) 649-920

                                                                            Invisible Accordion

                                                                            BAS MANAGER

                                                                            • East Auckland – Howick
                                                                            • Initially part time – 25 hours/week
                                                                            • Growing Chartered Accounting practice

                                                                                With progressive-thinking ownership and management, this well-established East Auckland CA practice is continuing to expand its client service offering well beyond the compliance aspect, with investment in the provision of intelligent business and tax solutions.

                                                                                And that is where you come in.

                                                                                The growth in the client base and the services offered means that this new position has now become a priority.  As BAS Manager the role requires you to take ownership of a suite of responsibilities ultimately leading to a strengthened client delivery and service model.

                                                                                Reporting to the Practice Manager your key responsibilities will include: 

                                                                                • Compliance and client advisory – ensuring the requirements and expectations of the practice’s clients are met and exceeded
                                                                                • Client relationship maintenance and development
                                                                                • Team performance and work scheduling, including file review, and training and development
                                                                                • Direct support to both the Practice Manager and the Director, including practice management functions such as work flow management and billings

                                                                                Initially the role is part time (25 hours/week), however the final amount and mix of work will be agreed with you and formally put in place depending on what you bring to the role – there is flexibility.  The more effectiveness and experience you bring the greater the opportunity for you to take on a role to match your ambition and career path.

                                                                                What skills and experience will get you noticed for this role?

                                                                                • Qualified – preferably a CA (CPA will be considered)
                                                                                • Performed well at Supervisor/Assistant Manager level within a CA firm for at least 2 years
                                                                                • Experience of file review and client advisory requirements with companies, partnerships, trusts, and individual taxpayers; including taxation
                                                                                • An open and inclusive style of staff and client engagement, with the ability to articulate technical issues in layman terms through an effective communication style
                                                                                • A passion for customer service, an excellent service ethic, and an interest in community engagement

                                                                                This could be the next step in your accounting profession career as you look for some responsibility in assisting with the team and product development and thus the continued growth of the organisation.

                                                                                The Director has developed a strong and settled team and believes in supporting their education and professional development.  With a strong set of values that include doing the right thing, enjoying your work, building lasting relationships and giving back to the community, the office environment is warm, welcoming and friendly.

                                                                                Direct any enquiries to John Keesing:  [email protected]; (021) 649-920