Port Taranaki is strategically important to the economic development of the Taranaki region. To achieve our vision of being “The Pride of Taranaki”, we have embarked on a strategy to enable us to strengthen our competitive position and ensure our operations are fit for future needs. Port Taranaki are committed to making trade easy for our customers by working as one integrated team.
Reporting to the CEO, this role will:
This high impact leadership role requires a commercially astute leader who will become part of the senior executive team and will interact regularly with our board. You will have the unique opportunity to shape an exciting future for Port Taranaki, to make trade easy for our customers and enable our region to prosper.
Your previous experience will have:
Cultural fit is extremely important to Port Taranaki, so whilst you will be a highly experienced professional, you will also be someone with an engaging personality and values that are consistent with the vision of Port Taranaki.
About Port Taranaki
Port Taranaki is centrally located on the west coast of the North Island and is the only deep-water seaport on New Zealand's western seaboard. Port Taranaki offers nine fully serviced berths for a wide variety of cargoes and vessels. The Port handles cargo principally related to the farming, engineering and petrochemical industries. Additionally, the port is a servicing base for sea transport and related industries and is a provider of related maritime, support and heavy lift services to the offshore and onshore oil exploration industries
If you can demonstrate that you meet our key selection criteria and you are motivated to contribute to the overall success of Port Taranaki, then apply online now. You must also hold a full NZ driver’s license and your applications should include a CV and cover letter. Applications close 9am, Monday 10 October 2022.
All shortlisted candidates will be required to complete criminal convictions check (CCH) and must already hold the required residency status to work in New Zealand. This position also requires the successful candidate to be located, and or to relocate, to the Taranaki region.