Karioi Pulpmill

Graduate Electrical Engineer
One-Year Fixed-Term


The Opportunity
Gain valuable general experience working with seasoned engineers across the areas of control systems, high voltage and mechanical. Ongoing support and development opportunities are provided along with the peer support from our current group of graduate engineers.


About you
 Completing or recently completed a Bachelor of Engineering specialising in Electrical Engineering.
 A real desire to make the most of every opportunity to develop yourself and your skills.
 Can build strong relationships based on trust, honesty and respect.
 Has a strong health and safety focus and can work in an organised and disciplined way.


About us
Located in the beautiful central plateau with adventure on your doorstep. Our wood processing operations produce a range of timber and pulp products derived from renewable plantations of Radiata pine for both New Zealand and international markets. The WPI site operations include a pulpmill located in Karioi, Ohakune and WPI Timber sawmill located at Tangiwai in the Central North Island


A job application form is available here.


Letters of application and CV should be sent to:
Human Resources
Winstone Pulp International
P.O Box 48
Ohakune 4660
Or email to jobs@wpi-international.co.nz


Applications close: 9.00am, Tuesday 23 October 2018

Karioi Pulpmill

Reliability Superintendent

Wanting a change, a move to the country, want to work for a company that offers great working conditions, with an excellent salary package and great work lifestyle balance? WPI International has a fantastic career opportunity based at our Karioi Pulpmill in Ohakune, Central North Island.

This newly created Reliability Superintendent role is positioned within the maintenance group to develop advice and manage Asset Engineering to support the asset owners internally. This role is pivotal in driving a new focus within the maintenance team managing complex assets within the company. Internal key stakeholder engagement is critical to support and drive towards best practice within the Reliability group.

Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, your primary responsibilities include leadership of the following critical areas;

 Development of the Reliability framework to improve the overall reliability of assets and facilities, whilst focusing on priority issues;

 Improving asset reliability by optimizing preventative maintenance and implementing projects;

 Development of “Bad actor” lists for plant assets and working with maintenance and Operations, to deliver projects to eliminate these critical issues;

 Transfer of reliability techniques, principles and expertise to business operations;

 Leading cross functional teams through RCA investigations;

 Delivery of RCA Best Practice knowledge and standards;

 Focusing on continuous improvement and implementation of priority projects;

 Development and reporting Reliability/Availability KPI’s frameworks;

 Analysis of present CMMS system to drive it’s enhanced capability. Ideally you have:

 A tertiary qualification within Mechanical or Electrical Engineering, Specialising in Reliability Engineering;

 Experience within Pulp and Paper or other similarly complex process industry;

 A proven record in the development and delivery of reliability centred maintenance and Whole of Life Asset planning are essential;

 Excellent communication skills are required for interacting at all levels in the organisation as you will be need to develop key relationships with Engineering, Maintenance and Operation stakeholders, across the organisation;

 Proficiency in Various software applications, including Microsoft Office, Project, CMMS;

 A commitment to Environment, Health and Safety best practice is essential.


For further information telephone Gail Rumble on +64 (06) 385 8545, ext 827 and see www.wpinz.com to download an application form.

WPI is committed to ensuring a safe and healthy work environment. As part of the selection process applicants will be required to pass drug testing and an independently conducted pre-employment health and medical assessment.

A position application form can be downloaded from here.

To apply, send a letter of application and CV to:

Human Resources

Winstone Pulp International

P.O Box 48

Ohakune 4660

Or email to jobs@wpi-international.co.nz

Applications close: 9.00am, Monday 29 October 2018

Karioi Pulpmill

 Training Release Operator

Unique opportunity for someone with previous experience in a production environment who now wants to kick start a career in the pulp manufacturing industry.

We will provide you with extensive in-house development and practical on-job training.
The key focuses of this role will include:
 A commitment to health and safety (WPI Safe Way)
 Plant and equipment operation, to ensure full optimisation of both quality and productivity
 Completing routine process and maintenance tasks to achieve production targets & requirements
 
Suitable applicants will have:
 A class 1 driving licence
 A preferred NCEA Level 2, equivalent Trade Cert, or considerable experience
 A proven track record of working in a team environment
 Excellent English communication skills both written and verbal
 Ability to work shifts over a 24hr/7 day period and able to work overtime if required
 Good physical fitness
 Experience in a trade or similar role – this is not a training role – this is for a person with proven experience
 
Desirable skills
 Pulp & Paper or manufacturing industry experience
 Basic computer skills (excel, word, outlook etc)
 Problem identification and solving skills
 Ability to stay calm under pressure
 OSH certificate in Forklift Operation

An application form can be downloaded from here.

Letters of application and CV should be sent to:
Human Resources
Winstone Pulp International
P.O Box 48
Ohakune 4660
Or email to jobs@wpi-international.co.nz

Applications close: 9.00am, Tuesday 23 October 2018