Reporting to the Operations Manager, this role is set up to respond to minor projects and daily call outs for the repair and maintenance of assets in parks and recreation spaces for the Gisborne district. The work varies on a daily basis and could include installation of bollards, picnic tables, park signs and park benches, implementing new plantings, as well as hard landscaping, whilst ensuring the safety of yourself and others.
- You will have a broad range of construction and maintenance skills and experience, including the ability to interpret building plans, hard and soft landscaping skills, carpentry, concreting, and machinery operations.
- The ability to co-ordinate and organise response related tasks to meet priorities.
- Be dependable, adaptable, punctual, co-operative and maintain positive working relationships
- Demonstrate a positive attitude and behaviours towards working safely
- Display positive behaviours within the team, the organization and to Recreational Services clients, including utilising effective communication skills
- Excellent record keeping skills
- A current full driver’s licence and/or Heavy Vehicle road license
- Be able to work flexible hours to provide a full repairs and maintenance service
- Be reliable and committed to being part of a wider team with strong work ethic
What we can offer you
- To receive an annual tool allowance
- Annual $300 wellness benefit
- Competitive pay for performance salaries, that are reviewed annually
- Potential opportunity for advancement in team and company
- Potential opportunity for internal and external training
Recreational Services prides itself with our very special culture that is committed to professionalism, ownership, people and knowledge.
If this role sounds like you and you are looking for that next challenge then click ‘apply’, email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Christine – 021 743 124. Applications close Wednesday 24th May 2017.