Hi! I'm Jesse
My road to employment was pretty bumpy and I wished that Gr8 Job Hauraki had been around when I was trying to find my fit in the workplace.
If you’re young and looking for a job like I was a few years ago, it’s time to get out there and start your employment journey. Change your life forever.
And what about Covid! Tricky. Heaps of people lost their jobs. Gr8 Job Hauraki is on the look-out for you as well.
Our local Hauraki businesses and workplaces are doing their best and some are starting to look at ways to help our local community by driving job opportunities.
That’s what Gr8 Job Hauraki is all about - local jobs for local people!
Join the Gr8 Job Hauraki journey.
We can help
Are you looking for a job?
What do you need? Some guidance on employment? Some extra training? Maybe you need your driving licence? Or you need a CV or your CV needs attention?
Are you looking for a worker?
What do you need? Information on opportunities like apprenticeships? Support for a placement including equipment, tools, training or wage incentives? Post placement support for employee?
Contact or register your interest
Julie is ready to help. Call 021536715 or email Julie.Stephenson@hauraki-dc.govt.nz and arrange a time to chat.
Register your interest in the Gr8 Job Hauraki Scheme in general:
Registration form - Employees looking for work
Registration form - Employers looking for staff
Register your interest in the Gr8 Job Hauraki Scheme in general
Registration form - Employees looking for work
Registration form - Employers looking for staff
Newsletters & Media
Community Employment Liaison Contact:
Julie.Stephenson@hauraki-dc.govt.nz. Ph 021536715
Drop in to see Julie and Siobahn at the new Gr8 Job Hauraki location at 30 Belmont Road, Paeroa.
Current Jobs Available
We are all about ‘Local Jobs for Local People’. If you are looking for a job, we have a few in the Hauraki district that we want you to know about now.
Pizza and Pasta, Paeroa. 3 positions. Position #1 Full time, 6 days a week, 7am – 2pm each day (40 hours a week). Food prep, customer service, cleaning, fun. Position #2 & 3, part time, 3 hours a day, 5pm – 8pm, 3 days a week. Would suit capable students. Cutting/Boxing Pizzas, garnishing, customer service, deliveries. Must have at least restricted licence.
Hardware team members, Waihi - A range of roles available working 13.5 hours, 24.5 hours and 25 hours per/week! Role 1 - Thursday to Saturday (25 hours Per/Week); Role 2 - Saturday & Sunday (13.5 Hours Per/Week); Role 3- Sunday to Tuesday (24.5 hours Per/Week). Heavy lifting and physical activity required but customer sales are the name of the game
Water Treatment Technician Cadet, Paeroa based. Entry level. Operate and maintain treatment plants and pumping stations in accordance with operational and process requirements, procedures, drinking water standards and consent requirements. Earn while you learn and gain practical experience.
Serviceperson – Parks, Apprenticeship, Paeroa based. Entry level. Undertake servicing, repairs and maintenance to Council’s facilities, public toilets, gardens, parks and reserves. Earn while you learn and gain practical experience.
Engineering Cadet, Paeroa based. Entry level. Assist the Design Team in providing engineering design and related professional services. No experience required. Earn while you learn and gain practical experience.
Serviceperson – reticulation, Apprenticeship, Paeroa based. Entry level. Undertake construction, repairs and maintenance to Council’s water, wastewater and stormwater networks. Earn while you learn and gain practical experience.
Heavy Diesel Service Technician, Ngatea. Add an apprenticeship to your toolbox – starting in Jan 2022! This position will provide you with training and experience to service and repair heavy vehicles such as tractors, balers, implements, excavators, lawn / turf care and any other machines as directed to a high standard while completing your apprenticeship.
Executive Assistant at Inghams, Waitoa. Day to day administrative support to the NZ CEO as well as being involved in project and EA work and distributing companywide internal communications. Good IT & communication skills needed for this role
Silver Fern Farms, Te Aroha. A range of employment options to suit your needs - including flexible working arrangements and job sharing, we can fit around your needs. Day shift hours vary between 6.00am and 4.00pm and afternoon shift between 4.00pm and 12.30am
Machine Operator, Paeroa. Entry level. Looking for a machine operator to be trained in use of water and laser CNC plate cutting machines. Need to be physically fit, good attention to detail and be able to work with computers. Some mechanical aptitude is definitely of benefit.
Public Amenities and Facilities Serviceperson Part Time role – Thames 4 days/week. Based at our depot in Thames, the gateway to the Coromandel; your role will see you take on the responsibility for scheduled maintenance and associated services for parks and public areas across the local area, including: Maintenance and cleaning public convenience facilities, rubbish collection and disposal, BBQ cleaning
Production Team Member – Kopu. Consists of manufacturing a wide variety of products, from industrial textiles and PVC fabrics used in a wide variety of applications in the construction, civil engineering and industrial de-watering industries. You will need to be physically fit as the role involves some heavy lifting.
Frame and Truss Team Member, Waihi. Full time. Looking for a hardworking and enthusiastic team member to join a busy production team. Pre-fabricate all types of trusses, frames, beams, and rafters to meet any requirement - big or small, domestic or commercial. Please note, this is a very physical job so we need someone who can handle the pace and manual handling requirements
Summer Internship, at Ruakura - Looking for two enthusiastic and dedicated students to join AgResearch for our Te Puāwaitanga Summer Internship from November 2021 until February 2022. Need an understanding or enthusiasm for Te Ao Māori & Kaupapa Māori and have a keen attitude and motivation to work in an innovative environment. Applications close Sunday 26th Sept 2021.
RSA Club Manager, Paeroa 30 – 35 hours a week (Mon – Fri afternoons and evenings). Looking for a real people person to manage services, relationships, admin and finances.
Lawn-mowing business, Paeroa based. Join the owner to learn and assist in their lawn mowing business with a mind to taking over the reins in future.
Fruit pickers – Café workers, Ngatea (seasonal). Busy orchard operating seven days a week requires staff for the blueberry season with a number of roles from picking fruit to café work.
Pet Treat Process Worker, Waihi. Mon – Fri. A varied role including processing, packing, auditing, dispatching etc.
Executive Assistant, Waitoa. 12 month contract. EA to a national CEO, so you would need a minimum of at least three years’ experience in a similar role. Huge variety of responsibilities in this challenging role.
Barista, Waihi Beach. A busy summer location and if you had some previous experience that would be preferable.
Receptionist, Thames. To cover a nine month term. Must be bubbly and friendly to front the public and provide necessary support to staff.
To find out more or express your interest, please contact our Community Employment Liaison, Julie Stephenson. Julie.Stephenson@hauraki-dc.govt.nz. Ph 021536715
Gr8 Job Hauraki will be posting updates of new positions regularly so stay tuned
Driving Local Employment Recovery
At Hauraki District Council, we are doing everything we can to support community recovery after Covid 19 to improve community wellbeing and employment outcomes. A second successful application was made to Local Government and under the Mayors Taskforce for Jobs (MTFJ) programme we now have a great opportunity to continue driving local employment recovery. The priority target of MTFJ is young people not currently in employment, education or training and those out of work due to Covid 19. This is very welcome and we hope to continue seeing a downward trend in our unemployment figures.
We will continue to build on our engagement with employers to encourage the development of work opportunities for those currently unemployed. Job-seekers will be identified by reaching out to connect with the community and working in collaboration with the Ministry of Social Development. By matching job-seekers and employers, we will work toward sustainable employment outcomes which will have a positive effect on the whole district. The programme will also include other potential initiatives such as entry-level training, wage-based incentives, and support for businesses looking to take on staff. Set to run until 30 June 2022, we are looking for 50 sustainable employment placements.
We look forward to having both employers and job seekers join our journey.
Mayors Taskforce for Jobs
The Mayors Taskforce For Jobs (MTFJ) is a nationwide network of New Zealand’s Mayors, working together towards the vision of all young people under 25 being engaged in appropriate education, training, work or other positive activity in their communities. Find out more - https://www.mayorstaskforceforjobs.co.nz/
Following a lot of ideas and deliberation, our team have come up with our own local brand for the programme.
We will be known as Gr8 Job Hauraki-find your fit. Karawhiua Hauraki. Kei a koe te tikanga. This reflects something meaningful for both employers and employees.