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Employment Opportunity

Website Support Technician – Casual/Part-time

Kiwa High Performance Websites (KHPW) has been operating in the Taranaki Region designing websites for local, national and international businesses since 1997. Along with general website design, KHPW provides hosting, email, and domain names as it’s core services.

Due to growth in our business we are looking for an outgoing person to fill an entry level website support role. This position will initially be casual/part-time employment, and will grow into a permanent role in the future.

The successful candidate will perform the following tasks;

  • general office duties (including answering the phone)
  • website, email and domain name technical support
  • social media support
  • website set-up and content maintenance

Full training will be provided however, the applicant must be able to;

  • communicate effectively
  • operate a computer fluently
  • use Facebook
  • use an internet browser

(Knowledge of Apple Mac Computer and Website design would be a bonus).

Remuneration will be determined based on skills and qualifications. The successful candidate will be required to work on site at our Hawera office. Work hours are negotiable on any given weekday during the NZ school term time. Hours will also be available during the NZ School holiday times.

The position will suit someone who has demonstrated the above skills and is interested in starting a career in the website/internet industry.

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

Application details
Apply in writing with the following;

  • cover letter
  • your CV
  • at least 3 references
  • verified copies of qualifications (NCEA etc…)

Send your application either by post, or email to:
The Director
Kiwa High Performance Websites
10 Makowhai Road
R.D. 12
Hawera, 4672
email: deanne@kiwa.net.nz

Applications close 12 noon – Friday 31st October

Interviews for shortlisted applicants will be conducted on Friday 7th November.

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