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SKOPE Careers

Leading the way in long-lasting careers

We are passionate about our employees and customers, and proud of the rich heritage of our family owned company.
 

We currently employ in excess of 200 people, with the majority of employees located in Christchurch, New Zealand, where our manufacturing plant and Head Office are based. SKOPE employees are hard working people, who have a passion for their work. When you start with SKOPE, not only do you become one of the team, you also become part of the SKOPE family.

We have been lucky to recruit many creative, innovative and diligent employees, and we hope to grow our team with like minded people. The choice is yours; manufacturing, design, sales, marketing, finance, logistics, information technology or customer service. Wherever you want to be with your career, we would like to help you achieve your goals.

 

All of our current vacancies are listed below.  For any general enquiries about recruitment please email  jobs@skope.co.nz

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Fridge Not Taking the Heat in the Kitchen? Here are the Top 3 Things You Can Do 

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How to Choose a Bar Fridge That’ll Have Your Back 

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“SKOPE is a very important part of the picture because we need concepts that work on many levels – our venues need to be labour-efficient and maintenance-efficient, and we need the confidence that the equipment we choose can be relied upon.”

Nick Rosato, co-director rawGROUP - Brisbane

“SKOPE has worked extremely hard to develop their products and the technology that goes into them.”

Chef Shannon Kellam, Montrachet - Brisbane

“Choosing SKOPE was about design aesthetics, functionality, and also hygiene. But we also wanted to make sure we chose a product that we could clean easily and was from a brand that had a really fabled reputation founded on reliability.”

Chef Shane Delia, Maha - Melbourne

“We choose equipment that is high quality and from local suppliers like SKOPE, so we know they are reliable and the servicing is not going to be an issue.”

Bundit Kijpalakorn - Owner, Spice Paragon

“SKOPE was easy to deal with and provided support all the way through from start to finish.”

Anthony Scauso - Director, Platinum Commercial Kitchens

“It’s really exciting to know that if we need to we can easily expand our MISA Cool Room as the business grows – this is a really great option for the future.”

Jo-Ann Moss - Owner, Best Blooms
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