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Great companies are made of great people.

We know that it is in our best interest to develop our people in all areas of their lives so that they can realise their full potential and enrich our business with their skills. We understand that employees who feel valued and appreciated by the company, will in turn deliver quality outcomes for our clients.

Why our team loves working at Tūpore Infrastructure

  • The positive whānau environment
  • Opportunities to grow within the company into long term careers
  • The ‘Wellness Initiative’ to help improve the overall wellbeing of employees
  • Our emphasis on delivering quality work
  • Having owners who live locally and are whole-heartedly invested in the business.
Jake Gazzard

One of the main differences that I’ve noticed at Tūpore Infrastructure compared to other places is that here you’re not just a number. Everyone here is treated well and with respect. I think that makes people happier. It feels good to be part of this whānau.

Jake Gazzard, Drainage Supervisor and Site Engineer

Training and Development

We value the commitment and investment that people make when they join our company, and in return, we aim to provide them with a clear and attainable career pathway that will have benefits for their whānau and their professional development.

To enable a clear understanding of how our people can progress through the organisation we have developed a career matrix that is available to all employees.

Join a winning team

We are always looking for new people. If you think you have the skills, experience or attitude that align with our values of ‘Whānau, Sustainability, Quality and Trust’, we would love for you to apply for one of the below vacancies – contact our team on 06 879 4560 or send your CV and cover letter to info@tupore.co.nz

Current Vacancies

We have an exciting opportunity for a versatile Fleet Mechanic to join our hard working workshop team. You will excel working on a wide range of vehicles, plant and machinery in a fast-paced environment. Our small team works well together, and you’ll also have opportunities to work independently.

This is a great opportunity for you if you are experienced or you’re just starting out and looking to get your feet into the industry.

To be successful in this position you will have experience in the following:

  • Heavy vehicle diesel experience working on heavy and light vehicles, excavators, rollers and other mobile machinery
  • Diagnosing, repairing and overhauling engines, transmissions, components, hydraulics, electrical and fuel systems on vehicles and machinery
  • Completing tune ups, brake jobs and other preventative maintenance
  • Small engine, petrol engine work
  • Responding to routine and emergency repairs and services
  • Excellent work ethic, attention to detail and ability to manage conflicting demands and deadlines
  • Full Class 1 required, Class 2, 4 and 5 licences desirable
  • Knowledge of large machinery used in road construction an advantage
  • Fabricating components, engineering and welding of steel/aluminium an advantage
  • Electrical knowledge an advantage
  • Commitment to Health and Safety and Quality Assurance

This role may require travel during work hours to carry out service and repair work, and be able to do weekend work on a roster.

Tūpore Infrastructure is a proud locally owned and operated Civil Construction company.  We deliver key infrastructure projects for local and national private and government agencies, predominantly in the greater Hawkes Bay area.  Our competitive edge is driven by our fresh and dynamic team, positive internal culture, and our overall pursuit to consistently evolve and deliver exceptional results to our clients.

We are looking for a motivated and enthusiastic Traffic Management Division Leader to grow and develop the Traffic Management Division.  You will be able to work with minimal supervision in a fast-paced environment safely and efficiently.

 

To be considered for this role you will need to:

  • Hold a current STMS certification and have a thorough understanding of CoPTTM.
  • Manage the Traffic Management team.
  • Be committed to ensuring a high standard of traffic management is achieved on our sites.
  • Have experience in the civil engineering and roading industry.
  • Have experience on NZTA and Local Authority projects.
  • Have an ability to manage and audit multiple sites.
  • Have the ability to coach and train staff to ensure a high level of traffic management is maintained.
  • Be professionally presented with the ability to communicate effectively with clients and members of the public.
  • Hold a current full Class 1 Licence.
  • Commitment to Health and Safety and Quality Assurance.

 

What we are offering in return:

  • A great team environment where you are treated like whānau.
  • Medical insurance after 6 months service.
  • Profit share bonus scheme.
  • Wellbeing support.

 

A suitable remuneration package will be negotiated with the right applicant.

Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid current NZ work visa.

Any successful applicant will be required to undertake a pre-employment drug and alcohol test.

We are looking for a motivated and enthusiastic qualified STMS to join our team.

To be considered for this role you will need to:

  • Be a qualified STMS with a thorough understanding of CoPTTM and hold a current STMS certification Cat A / Cat B.
  • Be committed to ensuring a high standard of traffic management is achieved on our sites.
  • Have experience in the civil engineering and roading industry.
  • Have experience on NZTA and Local Authority projects.
  • Have an ability to manage and audit multiple sites.
  • Have the ability to coach and train staff to ensure a high level of traffic management is maintained.
  • Be professionally presented with the ability to communicate effectively with clients and members of the public.
  • Hold a current full Class 1 Licence (Class 2 preferable)
  • Commitment to Health and Safety and Quality Assurance.

What we are offering in return for all roles:

  • A great team environment where you are treated like whānau
  • Medical insurance after 6 months service
  • Wellbeing support
  • Employee profit share scheme (paid as a Christmas bonus)
  • Employee share offering