Maintenance Team Leader - Night Shift

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About the role

As a Maintenance Team Leader (Night Shift 11:40 PM - 07:40 AM), you will be leading the Maintenance Technician Team and working closely with stakeholders from different levels.


Your responsibilities include leading and managing day-to-day breakdown support, preventative maintenance, calibration, and repair of F&P operations production equipment. You will also be required to attend the stakeholders meetings in dealing with various Operations support matters.


Skills and Experience;


  • A NZ trade qualification, Diploma, or Degree in a Mechanical/Electro-Mechanical/Electrical Engineering fields.
  • Ideally 8 years’ experience in diagnostic & maintenance of automated electromechanical equipment in a high mix high volume manufacturing environment.
  • A proven track record in people management skills or able to demonstrate the ability in managing a diversified team to achieve the Operations Stakeholders expectations.
  • Ability to interpret general electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic schematics and mechanical specifications and Knowledge in working with PLC's for fault-finding purposes
  • Skills in machining, welding and Solidworks or equivalent experience will be an added advantage
  • Knowledge of Lean approach and a believer in continuous improvement.
  • The ability to work under pressure, planning and prioritising workloads
  • Great communication skills and the ability to work unsupervised.
  • Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office



  • Access to state-of-the-art facilities
  • Free Parking
  • Beautiful campus with green spaces
  • Subsidised onsite café’s
  • Annual salary review
  • Bi-annual profit share (discretionary)
  • Insurance offerings


About Us

We focus on nurturing a positive and inclusive culture based on trust and respect. In New Zealand, our employee-led communities, Spectra (rainbow), Manaaki (Māori) and Women in Engineering play an important role in this culture. We also have a commitment to creating a positive lasting impact on society, shown by our support of New Zealand organisations such as Diversity Works NZ, Pride Pledge and Global Women.


We are building a team that values your ideas and collaboration. We’d love to talk with you, please apply today.


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