Marlborough Sounds Marinas
- Be part of a vibrant marina industry
- Varied role with great career development opportunities
- Based at stunning Waikawa Marina
The Marlborough Sounds Marinas team is privileged to manage three top quality Marinas that offer direct access to some of the world’s best boating.
This unique role is ideal for someone looking for a career pathway that involves interacting with people and being by the water all day. As Dockhand, you are a key part of the Marinas’ team helping with the day to day operational aspects of running a marina.
This varied role includes interacting with boat owners on the dock, at the launching ramp, hardstand or elsewhere in the marina. Most of your day will be spent outside however there is also an administrative component that varies dependent upon the time of year.
If you’re good with people, have a positive ‘can-do’ attitude, are physically fit and willing to be outside in all weather conditions then we would love to hear from you. Intermediate level computer skills are desirable. A full NZ Driver’s Licence is essential. This is a Tuesday to Saturday role based at Waikawa Marina.
If you find the possibility of having a career in the marina industry exciting then you’ve just viewed the right job. Now let’s talk.
To apply, or for more information about this role, including a position description please visit www.intepeople.co.nz. Initial enquiries are welcome by phoning Lucy MacLean on 03 579 4794 or 021 358668
Applications close Thursday 9th February 2017
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