Cell: 027 346 3123
The Gore Agricultural & Pastoral Showgrounds Is located In Bury St, just off State Highway 1 at the south end of Gore. Here you will find an extremely neat park-like setting on 11.2 hectares of land. The Gore Town & Country Club, Gore Multi-Sports Centre, all-weather hockey turf and the town centre are all close by.
It is only a short drive to the Gore Golf Club, Pioneer Park, Eastern Southland Art Gallery and the Hokonui Moonshine Museum.
The grounds consist of multiple playing fields, Ram Selling Pavilion, Hokonui Pavilion, storage sheds, a softball diamond, main ring, grandstand, supporting buildings and sealed areas.
These areas are used to host a wide range of events throughout the year - rugby, marching, softball, riding, ram fairs, craft and hobbies groups, The Southern Equestrian Arena, dressage tournaments, show jumping events and clinics and our annual show which is held In February each Year.
Admin and Ram Fair Secretary:
PO Box 79, Gore 9740
Ph: 03 208 6441
Cell: 027 374 3314
Show Entries Secretary:
PO Box 79, Gore 9740
Cell: 027 6639 559
Ph: (03) 201 6424
Ph: 027201 0440
Cell: 027 644 9909
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Showday Secretary Wanted
Gore Agricultural and Pastoral Assn is host to one of the biggest one day shows in the South Island. We are looking for a Showday Secretary to work in conjunction with our Administrator and Committee. The role is an average of six hours week all year round, with November to February being the busiest time of the year.
The role will include managing the all affairs of our annual show - producing show schedules, accepting and processing entries, advertising and social media, sponsorship and general administration. Most of this can be done from home and a laptop and printer will be provided.
You would require a reasonable level of computer literacy, social media skills, with a strong focus on attention to detail. Ideally, we are looking for someone with previous administration experience in the agricultural industry or someone who is willing to learn, who has the ability to communicate with a diverse range of people. Full training will be given.
Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.
A job description and application form are available from:
Applications close on 20 March 2021.
The successful applicant would take over the position on 19th April.