If you know your way around a high-throughput automated FMCG manufacturing facility, especially the build/commission phase…then bring your Passport.
- New Zealand – new build FMCG facility – project, process, automation, electrical
- Outstanding opportunity for returning expats, or those with NZ work rights
- Global brand, Commissioning expertise highly regarded
If you’ve ever played Tetris, then you’ll know that the whole game is built upon the basic idea of carefully stacking blocks.
Stack them well – long may you and your gameplay prosper.
Stack them poorly – well…NEXT!
The key is in working methodically…systematically…much like an engineer would.
My client, a global leader in high-throughput FMCG manufacturing, is expanding Southern Hemisphere operations in New Zealand.
Construction of a major new facility is underway, and they have significant opportunities for a range of Project Managers, Engineers and Commissioning System Specialists.
If you have plant commissioning, specification and design experience, or Process Automation skills then you may need to dust off that Passport. And if you’re in New Zealand already, then why haven’t you scrolled to the bottom and applied already?
Some requirements include:
- 3-Phase commissioning of systems, controls and testing of
- Plant Specification and design skill – from transformer sizing to process flow
- PLC programming, control system design, SCADA
- PMP Accredited Project Managers
- Electrical Engineering – New Zealand Practice Licence
- Chemical, FMCG, Pharmaceutical or Dairy Process Engineering
There are multiple specialisations required and multiple roles per stream – this represents a significant and uncommon opportunity in the region.
And significant salaries are the reward for significant gameplay, if you know what I mean.
So if working methodically to achieve a high score in plant design-build-commission sounds like you…then apply now.
If you’re a Tetris Wizard…then all the better.