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Tohu Wines Instore Demonstrator- Auckland Region

Nelson

Reference: 4857629

Our Business

Since the time of the hekenga, our people have displayed the qualities of innovation, perseverance, flexibility and adaptability. Our tupuna were creative, astute and forward thinking people who gifted us our land, whakapapa and cultural identity. Kono NZ LP is a business that thrives off the taonga or gifts that have been handed down to us by our tupuna and include land, sea and natural resources.

Kono is a top 100, premium New Zealand food and Beverage Company with a unique 500-year vision, Te Pae Tawhiti. Our interests span wine, horticulture, fruit bars and seafood and we export to over 25 countries throughout the world. Exporting to over 37 countries our brands include, Tohu and Kono wines, Kono mussels, Annies fruit bars and Tutu cider. Our products encapsulate the pure taste of Aotearoa New Zealand and are produced sustainably, akin to the Maori values of our owners.

The Role

Our globally acclaimed wine is a true expression of the stunning Marlborough and Nelson region, encapsulating a place and time. We produce wines with robust, fruit flavours and incredible aromatics which have won praise from consumers and critics throughout the world.

Kono Beverages, producer of Tohu and Aronui wines, seeks a part time Taster / Merchandiser on a casual contract basis in the Auckland region.

The Person

Ideally we are seeking a candidate that has some experience within and/or knowledge of the industry, though the main thing is being passionate about wine and enjoying working within the retail sales environment.

This causal position entails variable hours per week of up to 10 hours and will involve conducting tastings in retail outlets (generally late afternoon / early evening). Your own vehicle is essential.

If this sounds like you we would love to hear from you.


Applications Close: 09 Oct 2019