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Head Chef – Whare Waka Café

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September 5, 2023

What you'll  be doing | Te whakamahere

Waitangi Treaty Grounds are  looking for a Head Chef – Whare Waka Café to join the team. This creative role is an exciting  opportunity to lead a team to provide memorable culinary experiences in a  scenic venue.
 

You will cover a variety of tasks, including but not limited to:

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  • Designing and executing an innovative and seasonally-inspired menu and cabinet that caters to a diverse range of tastes and dietary preferences.
  • Preparing and presenting dishes as per the menu, ensuring they meet our high standards for taste, quality, and visual appeal.
  • Leading a kitchen team and overseeing training and development.
  • Monitoring inventory levels, placing orders for ingredients, and managing food costs to contribute to the cafe's financial success.
  • Upholding necessary food and Waitangi Limited’s health and safety standards.
  • Collaborating and adapting processes to streamline operations and ensure timely service in busy periods.

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What you'll need to be successful | Ō Pūkenga

Our ideal candidate has culinary qualifications and at least five years of experience in a chef role with a level 4 Certificate in Hospitality (Cookery).  
 

This is a min of 30 hours per week and will suited to someone with a  passion for sharing their culinary talents with an international audience of tourism visitors and our regular local base. The successful person will also have the ability to work efficiently in a fast-paced environment and manage multiple tasks while maintaining a positive attitude.

 

 

Why you'll  love working here | Nau mai ki Waitangi

As a people-focused organisation, Waitangi Treaty Grounds offers a supportive workspace for employees to thrive and develop. We work hard but have a great time doing it in the beautiful Bay of Islands. Our staff have the opportunity to learn Te Reo Māori during work hours, to work from home for 1 day a week if appropriate for the role, and to participate in and/or plan events for our social club, amongst many other benefits.

 

What's next  | Te ara ki tua

If all this sounds good and you think you might like to join the Waitangi whānau, we would love to hear from you!
 
Interested applicants, please apply online
here with your Cover Letter and CV by Friday 22 September

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Head of Sales & Marketing

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August 11, 2023

What you'll be doing | Te whakamahere
Waitangi Treaty Grounds is seeking an experienced Head of Sales & Marketing to be part of the executive team. This rewarding and fast-paced role is vital for the organisation, ensuring our stories are told and shared with the world.
You will have a diverse role where the days are never the same. You will be responsible for the sales and marketing strategic direction as well as being involved on an operational level.

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The Head of Sales & Marketing is responsible for:

  • Leading the sales and marketing annual plan process, including a detailed budget for the year ahead.
  • Ensuring timely execution of the sales and marketing plan
  • Leading the production of brochures and collateral for the organisation
  • Managing Media and PR
  • Leading the development of new products and services
  • Identifying new target markets for Waitangi Treaty Grounds.
  • Analysing and reporting on advertising and marketing campaigns
  • Ensuring sales targets are met.
  • Managing and developing the sales and marketing team.

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What you'll need to be successful | Ō Pūkenga
We are seeking a passionate and dynamic Head of Sales & Marketing who prides themselves on their ability to deliver extraordinary levels of service and support.
Someone who is results oriented, with a passion for not only achieving, but exceeding the given targets through their efforts and the work of the small sales and marketing team.

You will have:

  • Excellent communication
  • Interpersonal and persuasive skills
  • The ability to be creative and think outside the box in telling the story of Waitangi.
  • 6-8 years+ experience in a similar role
  • A bachelor’s degree in marketing, business, or advertising
  • Ideally, you will have experience in the tourism industry

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What's next | Te ara ki tua
If all this sounds good and you think you might like to join the Waitangi whānau, we would love to hear from you!

Interested applicants, please apply here with your Cover Letter and CV by Friday, 30 September.

Work at Waitangi

Te Rā Pānui

June 7, 2023