Jobs At Morgan Pools

Here at Morgan Pools, we take pride in our craftsmanship, building timeless, elegant, high strength reinforced concrete swimming pools, for people who demand the very best for their family home. We are currently looking for a bunch of superstars to join our tight knit team. You’ll be a ‘go getter’ with a high attention to detail, who strives for success in anything you do – and of course, are always up for a laugh and quality banter while you’re at it!
All current vacancies are listed below (click the tab of the job you might be of interest). If you think you’d be great addition to our team apply below.
Pool Technician

Hours:  Full-time [45hrs/week]
Experience: min. 5 years in similar role

Role:
The primary purposes of this role is to twofold:

  1. To ensure all equipment and fittings used to run and maintain the pool is properly installed and fully operational once commissioned; and
  2. As required, investigate, assess, recommend, and implement appropriate solutions to situations where there has been pool &/or equipment failure, and circulation &/or water chemistry issues in a client pool.

Responsibilities:

  • Pre-Installation Planning
  • PVC Pipe work
  • Electrical/Data Conduit/Cabling
  • Filtration (including plantroom installation)
  • Chlorination
  • Electrical, Gas & Solar (including lights, heaters, blowers)
  • Automation
  • Cleaning Equipment
  • Commissioning of Pool
  • Handover to owner
  • Close Out Project

Essential Skills:

  • Available to work out of town.
  • Full & current drivers licence.
  • Strong organisation and motivated self-starter while being able to work under a multiple management structure.
  • Time Management.
  • Outstanding planning skills.
  • Demonstrated written and verbal communication skills.
  • Proven problem solving skills.
  • At least five years plumbing or related experience.
  • Has exceptional workmanship and quality in every aspect of their work.
Pool Builder

Hours:  Full-time [45hrs/week]
Experience: min. 3 years in similar role

Role:
Build pool shells from set out to running the pipe work.

Responsibilities:

  • Build pool shells and all associated works.
  • Read plans, assess sites, implement H&S procedures.
  • Liaise with required professionals like surveyors, geotechnical and structural engineers, council, builders, landscapers, and excavators.
  • Organise materials and labour.
  • Reporting to Construction Team Leader.

Skills:

  • Good organisation and communication.
  • At least three years construction experience.
  • Demonstrated ability to profile & setout out sites to plan, box & steel, plumbing, and all general facets of pool building.
  • Full & current drivers licence.
Labourer

Hours:  Full-time [45hrs/week]
Experience: 1 year in similar role

Role:
General labouring in pool building and associated works.

Responsibilities:

  • For general labouring you may be required to assist in the boxing, steel work, concreting, plumbing, rendering, tiling, and plastering areas under supervision.
  • Labouring may include delivery of materials to sites, hand carrying materials, cleaning up sites, removal of unused materials and rubbish from site
  • Keep sites, tools, vehicles clean & tidy.

Essential Skills:

  • Good organisation and ability take instructions.
  • Good listening and memory skills
  • Demonstrates clear communication with team members, managers, suppliers and clients.
  • Uses initiative when planning delivery routes.
  • Class 1 Driver with current and full driver’s licence for manual vehicles

Driver / Storeperson

Hours:  Part-time [30hrs/week]
Experience: min. 3 years in similar role

Role:
That the Morgan Pools depot is fully operational in order for the business to deliver a timely and high quality product to clients.

This will encompass looking after the physical depot; procurement, storage and delivery of materials, equipment & related items for each project as required; maintenance & repair of all plant, equipment and vehicles as required; and complete pre-construction tasks as required.

Responsibilities:

  • Depot
    • Conduct daily walkthroughs to ensure stock levels are maintained
    • Ensure the depot is kept clean & tidy & meets all Health & Safety requirements
    • Ensuring the depot opening & closing procedure is followed
    • Ensure all waste material is disposed of appropriately
  • Stock Procurement & Management
    • Conduct regular stocktake’s of depot inventory
    • Monitor & receive all inwards goods, putting these away & following up on late deliveries & managing any returns
    • Overseeing all outwards goods
    • Deliver materials and equipment to sites as required
    • Stock administration & orders as required
    • NOTE: this role requires heavy lifting and the use of pallet stacker moving pallets to and from delivery trucks
  • Motor Vehicle, Plant and Equipment Records and Maintenance Schedules
    • Ensure all company motor vehicles are up to date in respect to road user charges, warrants of fitness, servicing and repairs
    • Ensure all equipment is clearly checked in/checked out so we know location of all plant and equipment and its safe return to the depot
    • Ensure all equipment is appropriately tagged for onsite Health and Safety requirements as required
    • Ensure all plant and equipment is serviced appropriately
  • Pre-Construction Work
    • Production of pre-construction work such as cut & bending steel and cutting timber posts for projects as required by project leaders
    • Project support as required by the directors

Skills:

Essential:

  • Excellent level pf physical fitness (pre-employment assessment will be required)
  • Well organised and can handle multiple priorities
  • Excellent time keeping
  • Able to respond quickly and efficiently when priorities changes on a regular basis
  • Self-starter and can work unsupervised
  • Clear written and verbal communication skills
  • Full & current Class 1 drivers licence for manual vehicles

Preferable:

  • Experience in operating in a storehouse type role
  • Experience in handling and use forklifts and pallet stacking machinery
  • Current forklift licence
  • Current Class 2 licence
  • An eye for systems
Office Administrator

Hours:  Part-time [20hrs/week]
Experience: min. 3-5 years in similar role

Role:
To provide administration support for the Project Coordinators and company Directors (office based)

Responsibilities:

  • Project set ups and H&S Documentation – SSSP, SiteAppPro, Slack, project folders & boards
  • File & Data Management – Data entry, digital & physical filing, project files etc
  • Provide administration/project support – Preparing & maintaining documentation, stock orders, booking inspections, site deliveries etc.
  • General office coordination – stationery, kitchen supplies, couriers etc
  • Organise travel & accommodation as required 
  • Assist in organising staff events, meetings & training
  • Ensuring office and kitchen areas are kept tidy
  • General office maintenance ensuring a tidy and organised showroom
  • Assisting with facility, office or building enquiries
  • General administrative work as required

Skills:

Essential:

  • Well organised and can handle multiple priorities
  • Excellent time keeping
  • A great work ethic, problem-solving skills & ability to use initiative
  • Able to respond quickly and efficiently when priorities change regularly
  • Self-starter and can work unsupervised
  • Clear written and verbal communication skills
  • Full & current Class 1 drivers’ licence for manual vehicles
  • Always maintains a high quality of work
  • Able to use Microsoft 365 with a high degree of confidence

Preferable:

  • Experience with Xero & WorkflowMax preferred 
  • Able to learn systems and products & processes with ease
  • Able to use MS Excel spreadsheets and formulas for data reporting

BEFORE you submit an application

Only apply if:

  1. You have a current and valid NZ Drivers Licence and can drive a manual vehicle
  2. You are legally eligible to work in New Zealand

If you cannot answer ‘Yes’ to any of the above information your application will be automatically rejected and you may not receive any correspondence from Morgan Pools.

CV and additional Information:

In additiona to completing the form you can also send your CV and covering letter to jobs@morganpools.co.nz clearly identifying who you are and the details you have included in the form, particularly the job you are applying for.

 

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