Howick Ltd manufactures specialist automated light gauge steel roll-forming machinery which is exported to over 80 countries worldwide.
Family owned and operated, we are part of an exciting game-changing global shift in manufactured and offsite construction. With strong family values and can-do Kiwi ingenuity, we are shaping the future of construction utilising our innovative technology and light gauge steel to build more efficiently.
We are a long-term overnight success who continuously searches for ground-breaking solutions - when you join Howick, you are joining an internationally recognised, industry-leading company who is committed to education, ongoing training and, because of our fast growth, developing opportunities to expand and diversify work experience.
We are seen as industry leaders in the UK, Europe and USA. When they refer to roll-forming technology, they refer to Howick machines. With this in mind, we are growing at an impressive rate – doubling our team in the last three years alone.
Our technical team consists of engineers, detailers, design engineers, CNC operators, fitters, and apprentices, and we are always on the lookout for new team members to enhance and diversify our skills.
If you are forward-thinking, eager to learn, and want to be a part of a growing game changer, Howick would love to have you on board.
Great opportunity to work with high-value, high-tech machinery for global manufacturer. Travelling within the UK, Ireland and sometimes parts of Europe.
At Howick, we take pride that our machines are proudly 100% NZ and Howick made. The major componentry in our roll-forming systems are CNC manufactured in-house.
We are in growth mode, and we are seeking a General Hand to join us on our journey, to contribute to the continued success of the company.
This is a full time role assembling and testing our range of new machinery. Good clean working conditions. East Auckland location.
We regularly take on apprentices who are committed to learning a trade and gaining the skills to build and operate roll forming machinery.