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Apprentice Machinist, (Christchurch, NZ ) 

Reporting to the Manufacturing Manager, you will be responsible for machining precision parts in a timely manner to a world class standard. All whilst working your way to completing a level 4 Machining Apprenticeship.

Your key responsibilities

  • Operate and maintain lathes and milling machines
  • Interpret mechanical drawings
  • Measure and check components are being produced to a world class standard.
  • Follow all Health and Safety policies.

To be successful in the role you will have:

  • A genuine willingness to learn
  • Ideally NCEA level 2 Maths, Technology, Science and English.
  • Level 2 Mechanical Engineering Pre-Trade completed. (Ideal but not essential)
  • A strong work ethic and the ability to juggle competing priorities to meet work and learning goals
  • A passion to produce complex parts using the latest manufacturing techniques and machinery.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • NZ Drivers license
  • The legal right to work in New Zealand
  • Suitable Transport

The successful candidate will combine a passion for machinery with strong technical ability, exceptional problem-solving skills and the willingness to get their hands dirty on the job. You will connect with Wyma’s core values of Flexibility, Respect, Energy, Sustainability and Honour.

We value our staff and provide a generous package including a competitive wages, healthcare insurance, Kiwisaver as well as a collaborative and positive working environment.

Only individuals with the legal right to work in NZ should apply.

As we are a safety sensitive workplace, short-listed candidates will be required to take a pre-employment drug and alcohol screening test.

 

You will need the legal right to work in NZ. Offers of employment will be conditional on passing a pre-employment drug and alcohol screen.

To apply, please visit our Seek advert here 

 

 

Management Accountant, Permanent, Part Time - 32 Hours p/w  (Christchurch, NZ ) 

Working as part of our experienced NZ finance team, you will be responsible for Wyma’s manufacturing and project cost accounting. With a focus on timely and accurate set up, management and reporting of projects, proactive and insightful analysis of financial data and providing recommendations for process/system improvements – you will play a pivotal role in supporting our project management and delivery goals and objectives

In this role you will:

  • Set up and maintenance of projects including pricing/contract review, ERP setup, invoicing and credit control
  • Supporting the project delivery team by maintaining project cost tracking systems and preparing project financial reports
  • Manufacturing variance analysis and inventory reconciliations
  • Working with teams across the business to identify opportunities to improve accuracy and efficiency in accounting and other business processes

Any of the following would make your application stand out:

You will have experience in a management accountant / financial analysis / financial reporting role, ideally in a manufacturing / export environment. You will also have a university degree in finance, commerce, or a related field, and will have or be working towards CA qualification.

Numeracy, accuracy, and analytical skills will be critical. You will have the ability to use a variety of software to gather and evaluate data and generate value adding financial reports.

Other things that will make you stand out will be your ability to foster great working relationships across the organization, your ability to confidently communicate reporting insights and recommendations, a passion for improvement and problem solving, and a solution-focused mindset.

We value our staff and provide a generous package including a competitive salary (dependant on skill and industry experience), healthcare insurance, Kiwisaver as well as a collaborative and positive working environment.

Only individuals with the legal right to work in NZ should apply.

As we are a safety sensitive workplace, short-listed candidates will be required to take a pre-employment drug and alcohol screening test.

 

You will need the legal right to work in NZ. Offers of employment will be conditional on passing a pre-employment drug and alcohol screen.

To apply, please visit our Seek advert here 

 

 

Technical Writer / Communicator - Full Time (Christchurch, NZ ) 

We are looking for a technical writer with excellent written and verbal communication skills. As part of our highly skilled documentation team, you will collaborate with subject matter experts to author technical documentation for our post-harvest machinery.

In this role you will:

  • Create and maintain equipment manuals including operating and maintenance procedures for customers around the world
  • Create quality graphics for online and print formats
  • Communicate complex information in written and oral form to technical and non-technical readers
  • Facilitate the translations of technical documents into other languages
  • Have excellent time management, planning and organisation skills and the ability to meet deadlines in a multi-tasking environment

Any of the following would make your application stand out:

  • A Technical Communication or Information Design qualification
  • Experience with single-source authoring tools, especially MadCap Flare
  • Experience with capturing images from CAD models

We offer:

  • Competitive remuneration (based on skills and experience)
  • The opportunity to work within a team of technical writers who are passionate about what they do
  • Being part of a global, multi-cultural company with a sense of fun
  • The opportunity to develop and grow your technical skills and career
  • Brand new modern office and manufacturing facility opening February 2023
  • Flexible working hours possible

 

You will need the legal right to work in NZ. Offers of employment will be conditional on passing a pre-employment drug and alcohol screen.

To apply, please visit our Seek advert here 

 

 

UK Service Manager (Snetterton, Norfolk ) 

Will you take Wyma UK and it's service/parts business to the next level?

Your Assignment?

As Service Manager in the UK - you will be responsible for taking the company and its current service position to the next level.  

This will be achieved by working closely with our existing customers and partners in the UK, Ireland and Scandinavia to increase service engagement and performance levels.

At the same time, you will intensify the synergy between service, sales, and marketing, with the aim of exceeding customer service expectations, and meeting agreed service KPIs.

What do you bring?

  • Technical sales experience – from a service and/or capital equipment perspective.
  • Endless energy, enthusiasm and responsiveness, particularly in respect to service performance.
  • Strong technical background and problem-solving skills.
  • An excellent understanding the synergy required between the service and sales teams.
  • Experience with systems such as CRM, service ticketing, online parts ordering, and customer database management.
  • Excellent leadership skills, including an ability to coach your team to optimal results.
  • Ideally you will have a background in agricultural machinery business.
  • Flexible, dynamic and open attitude towards change and variety in the workplace.

To apply, please visit our Linkedin advert here or contact Hana Silhankova: hana.s@wymasolutions.com

 

 

Territory Sales Manager - Wyma Australia (Adelaide)

The Opportunity

This is an exciting and challenging senior sales role where the results and rewards will come directly from your efforts. It will appeal to an ambitious and highly commercial sales professional who is motivated by keeping Wyma’s products at the forefront of their market.

The Role

The role is focused on driving sales growth, maximising margins and enhancing the Wyma brand through business development and direct sales. You will do this by developing strong relationships with customers and by becoming a trusted partner, respected for your product knowledge, technical ability and integrity. 

Key Responsbilities 

  • Actively manage the territories assigned to the role to achieve and exceed sales budgets by applying Wyma’s sales process and consultative selling approach.
  • Know the target market intimately and provide regular market, competitor and customer feedback to the business to ensure the company is providing appropriate customer value and living up to its brand promise.
  • Actively explore and map market potential to identify opportunities for Wyma to expand its product/service portfolio.

The successful candidate will have a proven record in identifying and securing new accounts and selling high-value solutions, ideally within the capital equipment/machinery sector. High performers in this field are those who are confident market and customer developers with superior commercial and sales skills, complemented by the ability to problem-solve and conceptualise technical solutions for customers.

To apply, please visit our LinkedIn advert here

 

Field Service Technician - Wyma Australia (Adelaide)

Your Next Opportunity

Reporting to the Group After Sales and Service Manager, you will be responsible for providing service and technical support to Wyma customers in Australia. The ideal applicant will be customer centric and motivated to provide world class service and support.

Your Key Responsibilities

  • Engage with customers, assess their machinery and service requirements, and provide technical advice
  • Install, commission, maintain and repair Wyma and partner equipment at customer sites
  • Provide remote technical support via phone and web tools
  • Coordinate spare parts stocking and delivery
  • Provide internal technical feedback
  • Investigate issues and undertake root cause analysis
  • Create service support information and assist with the creation of technical compliance documentation

To be successful in the role you will have

  • Hands-on experience commissioning, maintaining and repairing complex mechanical equipment
  • A relevant maintenance/engineering/automation/electrical qualification or equivalent practical experience
  • Knowledge and experience of the regulations and safety requirements for the testing and installation of mechanical and electrical equipment
  • Skill and experience in solving complex technical problems
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to work autonomously, juggling competing priorities to meet deadlines
  • Willing and able to regularly travel nationally and internationally
  • Current forklift license
  • Legally entitled to work in Australia

The successful candidate will combine a passion for machinery with strong technical ability, exceptional problem-solving skills and the willingness to get their hands dirty on the job. You will have a strong affinity with Wyma’s core values of Flexibility, Respect, Energy, Sustainability and Honour, as well as being a confident and effective communicator.

To apply, please visit our LinkedIn advert here

 

Enterprise Resources Planning Program Manager (Christchurch, NZ)

Are you wanting to accelerate your professional and personal growth?

The Opportunity

A rare and exciting opportunity is available for an experienced ERP Program Manager who is highly motivated and capable of successfully overseeing a transformational business project that includes the selection, implementation and optimisation of a new Enterprise Resource Planning system.

The Role

This role would suit a highly skilled ERP professional who will proactively promote operational efficiency by:

  • Leading the business through the process of evaluating and selecting an ERP solution.
  • Managing the implementation of the selected ERP system.
  • Leading the implementation of new organisational processes and process improvement projects to optimise the benefits of the ERP software and related systems.
  • Ensuring the system continues to meet the organisation's goals.

The Ideal Person

To be successful in this role you will have:

  • Extensive knowledge of complex ERP systems particularly in their use in discrete manufacturing environments involving complex/multi-level products.
  • The ability to balance both strategic and tactical responsibilities.
  • A strong business analyst / process improvement focus with the ability to identify opportunities for continuous improvement and increased operational efficiency.
  • An optimistic, engaging and adaptable style with the ability to gain people's confidence and lead change across the organisation.

Qualifications

  • Experience in a complex manufacturing/export environment in a broad range of roles including supply chain and production.
  • Willingness to travel to support Wyma’s offshore teams as well as be available in the evenings to support overseas staff in their local working hours.
  • Appropriate approvals to live and work in NZ.

For more information please contact Sara Ogier: sara.o@wymasolutions.com

 

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