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Good Agricultural Practice and Food Safety Manager

Closes: 5pm, 24 August 2018

The Good Agricultural Practice and Food Safety Manager is a key member of the business management team and has management responsibilities for two to three staff. All managers are expected to be familiar with and follow the policies and processes of Horticulture New Zealand.

The primary objectives of this role are to:

  • Provide effective policy advice and advocacy with respect to HortNZ food safety, environment, and grower support portfolios.

  • Manage the outputs of the New Zealand Good Agricultural Practice (NZGAP) programme as a credible, independent farm assurance scheme for growers.

  • Provide high quality management, and the effective operation, of New Zealand GAP.

  • Provide policy and strategic advice to HortNZ’s Board and management and the NZGAP Committee.

  • Have an excellent working relationship with Government agencies, members and stakeholders.

 Click here  for the job description.

If you are interested in this role, please send your CV and a cover letter to jobs@hortnz.co.nz.

 

Horticulture New Zealand Associate Board Director

Closes: 5pm, 27 August 2018

Horticulture New Zealand is seeking an Associate Director to serve on its board. The year long appointment would allow the successful appointee to gain experience in governance, leadership and strategy while bringing their own horticultural knowledge and experience to the board table. This is a great development opportunity for a future leader with a genuine interest in governance, as the Associate Director will also have the opportunity to be mentored by an industry leader and receive a contribution towards their governance training.

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If you are interested in this role, please send your CV and a cover letter to Kerry Norman

 

Deputy Chief Executive Officer

Closes: 5pm, 31 August 2018

The Deputy Chief Executive Officer (Deputy CEO) is a key member of the business management team and has management responsibilities for the Biosecurity and Trade Policy, Food Safety, and Regulatory staff. In addition, all managers are expected to be familiar with and follow the policies and processes of Horticulture New Zealand.

The primary objectives of this role are to:

• Provide effective policy advice and advocacy with respect to HortNZ biosecurity and trade policy, food safety, adverse events, health and safety and regulatory policy portfolios.
• Provide leadership to staff and effectual management of the organisation alongside the Chief Executive.

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If you would like a copy of the job description please contact jobs@hortnz.co.nz