Merchandiser - Manawatu


Get paid to keep fit working with iconic kiwi brands! Renowned in New Zealand for our iconic brands including Tip Top® Bread, Burgen, Ploughmans, Golden, and Big Ben we are a Top 20 FMCG business producing a wide range of bread, bakery snacks and pies. Whatever your age or taste, there is a baking product to suit you.

We are looking for someone who is passionate about their work, is a morning person, enjoys a challenge and is prepared to make a significant contribution to our business ensuring our products have maximum shelf presence.  Your ability to build strong customer focused relationships will assist you in your success. 

We've got 3 different part-time permanent positions across the Manawatu territory. We are looking for two people based in Palmerston North, one role is for 15 hours per week - Wednesday and Thursday, and the other is for 30 hours per week - Monday through to Wednesday. The last role is based in Fielding and we are looking for someone who can work 12 hours per week, on Saturday and Sunday.

Responsibilities: 

  • Replenishing shelves
  • Rotating Stock
  • Building product displays
  • Building strong relationships in store

To be successful in the role you’ll need to have:

  • A strong desire to take pride in brands you represent
  • Strong organisational skills and be trustworthy working on your own
  • A reliable vehicle
  • A full NZ Drivers Licence
  • Right to work in New Zealand

If you’re someone who delivers what you promise, are reliable and have exceptional time management skills – Apply now! Please state in your cover letter which role/region you are wanting to apply for. Full training will be provided to help you succeed. For more information please contact Angela Lampp on 021819029. Applications close on 3 December 2019.

Applicants for this position may be required to undertake pre-employment screening tests, including Drug & Alcohol testing.

Permanent Part Time

Job no: JHAI911919

Location: Manawatu/Wanganui, Palmerston North

Closing Date: Tuesday, 3 December 2019