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Pioneer Energy Group:Central Team Supervisor – Power Generation

Pioneer Energy Group:Central Team Supervisor – Power Generation

Pioneer Energy Group Alexandra

Listed: 22 Jun 2024

Pioneer Energy Renewables is seeking a Team Supervisor to oversee a team of electrical and generation technicians to join our team based in Alexandra, Central Otago.

Are you an experienced supervisor with an electrical, mechanical, or civil background?

Are you passionate about renewable energy and sustainability?

Our ideal candidate is someone with a positive attitude, excellent people and organisational skills, and a strong commitment to safety.

The Job

Our company has a strong team of trade specialists, providing knowledge and support to maintain and operate our existing assets.

We are looking for a Team Supervisor to coordinate operations and maintenance across multiple sites within Central Otago, support team development, and ensure the highest

standards of performance and safety.

You will have good planning and problem-solving skills and the ability to effectively deal with a range of challenges.

Your commitment to ensuring the highest standards of Health & Safety, environmental and quality management whilst completing your tasks will be a strength.

Your work will be in a range of different environments that will possibly extend your knowledge and experience.

This is a full-time position of 40 hours per week, usually worked Monday to Friday between 8am and 5pm.

Key responsibilities:

  • Lead and manage a team of electrical and generation technicians, ensuring effective communication and training.
  • Oversee operations and maintenance across multiple sites, including resource management and incident response.
  • Develop and implement plans to achieve business objectives and ensure compliance with safety and quality standards.
  • Manage project and contract development, monitoring targets and risk management.
  • Ensure health, safety, and compliance standards are met, actively managing and reporting hazards

About you

We are interested in hearing from you if you have experience in the above-mentioned fields.

Having the right attitude to fit within our team is our most important criteria.

To successfully secure this opportunity you must have:

  • Trade qualification in electrical or mechanical fields.
  • 5-7 years of relevant experience in team leadership or supervision.
  • Strong planning, problem-solving skills, and a commitment to high standards of Health & Safety.
  • Ability to read and interpret schematic drawings and manuals.
  • Self-motivated, fit, and active, with a current driver's license and willingness to participate in an 'On Call' roster.

About us

Pioneer Energy Renewables operates and maintains over $400m of renewable energy assets – comprising of hydroelectric power schemes, wind farms, thermal energy schemes and our wood fuel division.

We have people, plant, and assets from Auckland to Bluff, with our head office in Alexandra, Central Otago.

We are majority owned by The Central Lakes Trust who have a long successful history in the energy industry and have distributed more than $100m in grants into a wide range of community projects and services throughout the

Central Lakes area.

Why work for us? 

We offer benchmarked, competitive pay rates, along with opportunities for learning and development.

Our comprehensive employee wellness and benefits program includes (but is not limited to) flu vaccinations, wellness grants, Employee Assistance Programs, flexible working options, health, life, and trauma insurance, and volunteering opportunities.

How to Apply?

If this sounds like the perfect job for you, we want to hear from you! To be considered for the role you must:

  • Reside in Alexandra or surrounds
  • Pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol test
  • Be eligible to work in New Zealand

All candidates interested in this role must apply directly online through the portal provided, otherwise your application is unable to be considered.

To view the job description and/or apply for this position, please visit our website.

Applications close 5pm Friday, 19 July 2024.