November 27, 2018
OUR VISION: TO BE THE BEST FOOD COMPANY, GROWING A BETTER WORLD
At Kraft Heinz, we take great pride in our reputation for providing quality, nutritious foods to consumers around the globe. We are proud to be part of the Kraft Heinz Company and together are revolutionising the food industry – we are dedicated to being the best food company, powered by the most talented people with unwavering commitment to our communities, leading brands and highest product quality in every category in which we compete.
We are currently seeking applications for a Harvester Driver to be based at Christchurch site for the duration of the pea harvest season, with an approximate end date of February 2019. Great opportunity to be part of a team that enjoys challenges and is results orientated. Whilst experience is of benefit, those with the right attitude and behaviours will still be considered.
You will bring to the role?
- Mechanical aptitude
- Flexible with working hours (morning or night shifts)
- Comfortable with long hours – 12 hours 6 days a week
- Physically fit some manual handling involved
- Great communication skills
- Broad understanding of Health & Safety
- Unwavering commitment to Quality
- A practical background in agriculture and/or experience driving harvesting machinery would be an advantage
- Class 2 Full with wheels endorsement license
What do we offer you?
- Highly competitive rates
- Exciting team environment
- Respected and valued
- Diverse working environment
- Culture of Meritocracy and Ownership…dream big!
If you think you are up for the challenge that this role offers and you’re looking for an opportunity of progression in a global cooperation, then what are you waiting for?
If this sounds like you express your interest today!
Heinz Wattie's Ltd is committed to a drug and alcohol free workplace. The successful applicant will be required to undergo a pre-employment drug test.
**Only people who are eligible to work in New Zealand or who are certain they can gain eligibility through immigration processes should apply. Evidence will be required.