Port Otago Group’s business comprises a regional container terminal, bulk port activities, cruise (on hold) and property investment and development. We service South Canterbury, Otago and Southland, working with customers to streamline their supply chains. Our culture is hands-on, safety focused and encourages continuous improvement.
If you are genuinely excited about the opportunity to explore and build a career in the port logistics industry, we would love to hear from you.
Our Cadetship programme is full time, paid, structured, and supported by a mentor. The role is diverse, and you will obtain knowledge and experience across both Port Otago and the wider supply chain. Placements will be within our Supply Chain, Operations, Safety and Commercial teams.
While the port industry has traditionally attracted men, times are changing. We strongly encouraged women to apply and investigate this opportunity. You may not have operated Heavy Machinery before and that’s ok as long as you are enthusiastic and keen to learn; shortlisted applicants will be taken through a computer-based assessment initially to see if you have got what it takes to operate heavy machinery.
If you are interested in hearing more about our Cadetship Programme and expressing interest, please reach out to Christina Fricker – People & Capability Partner via email@example.com