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Our People

Our people support prosperity across a diverse range of  Marlborough’s signature industries including fishing, marine farming, domestic and international tourism including cruise, Cook Strait ferries, forestry export, and recreational boating. Our team is made up of a wide range of specialist personnel who are proud to call Marlborough home.

Upcoming employment opportunities at Port Marlborough are displayed here.

Applications end: 28/01/2022 5:00 pm

Civil Engineer

Civil Engineer

As a top employer in the region and a key facilitator for Marlborough’s economy, Port Marlborough has a significant and exciting capital works programme planned across the next 5-plus years, together with business as usual within our port, marina, and property portfolio.

Port Marlborough’s vision is to be a leading, environmentally restorative port. Outcomes are measured in terms of the value delivered to people and communities, sustainable and net restorative outcomes for the region’s unique environment, and the success and prosperity of the industries it facilitates.  These reach across Marlborough’s key sectors including New Zealand’s national supply chain, aquaculture, recreational boating, tourism and forestry.

This position gives the successful candidate the opportunity to be part of our motivated team and to lead civil engineering solutions from a continuous improvement, compliance, and environmental impact perspective, working in one of New Zealand’s most treasured landscapes.

Enablers for success in this role will include an appropriate tertiary level engineering-based qualification plus preferably 3 years experience in the field that includes competence in engineering, preferably from an infrastructure background. To deliver successfully, your presence and personality will need to be collegial, persuasive and evidence the ability to drive outcomes.

This is an exciting time to take a pivotal position within a friendly team, and a community orientated businesses, focused on the stewardship of the Marlborough Sounds environment while delivering excellence in sustainable solutions of key importance to the region’s success.

Applications close 28 January 2022.

To be considered you must contact Echelon Group directly as applications through other agencies will not be considered or accepted.

For a confidential enquiry, contact Gerald van Looy
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Applications end: 09/02/2022 5:00 pm

Reception / Marinas Administrator

Reception / Marinas Administrator

Are you a friendly, positive and productive administrator with a professional disposition? We want to hear from you!  We have a strong commitment to developing our people, and due to an internal promotion, we now have an opportunity for a new Receptionist / Marinas Administrator to join our team in a permanent, part-time capacity.

This role will suit a friendly, productive, well-presented person who has excellent interpersonal skills and enjoys working at the customer front-line.  Strong administration skills and attention to detail are essential, as is a willingness to provide wider general office support.  You will be well humoured, maintain a positive and professional approach, and be consistently willing to pitch in as part of the wider team.

If you are keen to work in an interesting, friendly environment and contribute to the success of Marlborough’s regional port and marinas with a well-respected local employer, we would love to hear from you.

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Applications close Wednesday 9 February 2022

To find out more please contact Emily Bissett – emily@intepeople.co.nz

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Applications end: 09/02/2022 5:00 pm

Marine Administrator

Marine Administrator

We have a great opportunity for a friendly, proactive, enthusiastic and super organised Marine Administrator to join our busy marine team and organise the smooth and effective operation of the Port’s tug and pilot services.

Reporting to the Marine Lead, this permanent role works closely with the wider Port operation as well as a range of customers and external stakeholders.  Key responsibilities include scheduling of shipping, coordination of rosters, maintaining vessel records, compiling data and reports and providing wide-ranging, friendly and proactive administrative support.

This role would suit someone who loves the challenge of juggling phone calls, coordinating and communicating information, and making sure that all the relevant details are accurate and up to date.

With a practical and adaptable interpersonal style, strong communication skills, and exceptional organisation and time management skills, you will have proven experience in a busy administration or coordinating role.  Excellent record keeping and attention detail is a must-have attribute for success.  Your computer skills will be excellent and you’ll be comfortable adapting with changing priorities across the day.

If you love the idea of working in an interesting and dynamic role with a great bunch of people and for a well-respected local employer, we would love to hear from you.

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Applications close Wednesday 9 February 2022

To find out more please contact Emily Bissett – emily@intepeople.co.nz

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