Kōrero mō te tūranga - About the
Our new On Farm Support service will provide on-the-ground support for farmers and growers in the regions. The service will connect farmers and growers to the right information, expertise, and opportunities and help navigate requirements around climate, water and the environment.
On Farm Support will complement existing advisory services offered by public, private and industry
The Regional Manager will play a lead role in growing the On Farm Support service, providing leadership, and management of regional operational activities.
You will be responsible
Leading a team of Regional Advisers. Your team of Advisers will be expected to grow, and you will be involved in all aspects of team management, including recruitment and service Establishing and delivering work programmes for the Building and maintaining positive and productive working relationships to achieve success, by ensuring alignment and collaboration with other managers across
You will be based in existing MPI offices in the regions and will have access to a work
The locations for this role
Northland Te Tai Gisborne Taranaki /
We support a flexible work environment which can take many forms including remote working, flexible start and finish times or compressed
Mōu - About
You are someone who is able to build trusted relationships, and lean into those relationships to connect with people, facilitate discussions, and provide advice.
You can utilise your ability to understand the different needs and challenges that farmers and growers are faced with in the
Broad experience in the primary sector and NZ farming Leadership and management An ability to lead and motivate operationally focused teams working across a Well-developed relationship management skills with internal and external An ability to be adaptable and a focus on continuous
Mō te peka - About the Business
On Farm Support is part of MPI's Agriculture and Investment Services business unit. We work to create a thriving and sustainable future for farmers, growers, primary industries and rural communities, and caring for the health and wellbeing of
Our people have expertise in regional and community support and development, Maori agribusiness, disaster recovery, and animal health and welfare.
We also fund innovation and research through sector, business, and community partnerships across our food and fibre
Ngā hua o te Mahi i te Manatū Ahu Matua : - Benefits of working at
Up to three additional (MPI holidays) leave Career development and internal opportunities across the business unit and Wellness benefit for Reduced premiums for Group Healthcare Flexible
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Me pēhea te tuku tono - How to
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