We employ more than 350 staff, many of whom have been with us since we started over 30 years ago.
Our family-based approach means we value our staff and their contribution, and our integrity ensures we reward their efforts too.
See below for our current list of vacancies.
If you’re looking for industry-leading pay with opportunities for training and development then discover the Blue Sky difference.
We have a number of vacancies in our primary processing (slaughter), further processing (boning) and engineering (mechanical engineers) departments on both dayshift and nightshift for the upcoming season.
We are seeking both new and experienced staff to join our close-knit team.
Candidates must demonstrate the following:
Applicants must be eligible to work in New Zealand and undergo a pre-employment medical examination and drug/alcohol screening as a pre-requisite.
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Are you seeking long term employment with a dynamic company in the red meat industry?
Blue Sky Pastures (formerly Blue Sky Meats) is an award-winning global meat exporter and processor operating at Morton Mains – Southland, 25km’s outside of Invercargill.
We are seeking a Slaughter Supervisor to join our close-knit team.
The person we are seeking ideally has previous experience in Slaughter and Hygienic Dressing. They will be an enthusiastic and well organised people leader who enjoys inspiring the team.
Key responsibilities include:
Prior to confirmation of employment, applicants must undergo and pass a pre-employment medical including drug screening.
All applicants must be New Zealand Residents/Citizens or hold a current and valid New Zealand Work Visa.
Apply online at bluesky.co.nz/workwith-us or send your application to:
Human Resources Manager
Blue Sky Pastures
R.D.1 Invercargill, 9871
Closing Date: Friday 4th December 2020 at 5.00pmApply Now Apply Now
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