Interested in a career in aviation? See what opportunities are available with Queenstown Airport.
Queenstown Airport proudly connects our home with the rest of Aotearoa New Zealand and the world. We operate world-class infrastructure, provide strong aviation networks, and strive to deliver a great customer experiences beyond our customers' and communities expectations.
Our vision is to be an airport that people love to travel through and our community takes pride in.
Aviation: Airways New Zealand (Air Traffic Control), commercial airlines, general aviation, ground handlers
Tenancies: Retailers, food & beverage providers, rental car agencies
Why join the Queenstown Airport team?
We are Living Wage accredited!
QAC became the first airport company in New Zealand to achieve Living Wage accreditation, which means anyone who works for us* will be paid at least the living wage.
We have an awesome Wellbeing Programme
You'll have access to annual health checks, flu and COVID-19 vaccinations, and health insurance through Southern Cross.
We'll contribute financially to wellness activities such as gym memberships and event entries.
We celebrate your birthday
You'll get an extra day off on your birthday on us!
We support our community
You'll be able to volunteer for community activities and events such as Whakatipu Reforestation Trust planting days.
*QAC employees, contracted cleaning and security staff
If you are a natural leader, can influence cross-functionally and have a commercial mindset, we have the perfect job for you!
Queenstown Airport is looking for an experienced manager in procurement, including contract management, to ensure QAC's strategic objectives are met.
The Procurement Manager will lead the procurement strategy and process, including standardizing procurement processes, competitive tendering and supplier selection, ensuring the supplier qualification process is rigorous and the best value supplier is selected.
Develop the procurement strategy for significant capital programmes/projects
In collaboration with the business evaluate, select and onboard vendors
Ongoing enhancement of the Procurement Policy and Procurement Framework
Undertake regular analysis of suppliers, to monitor performance and identify opportunities to enhance company value
Contract management, including preparation, review and establishment
Understand, document and develop strategies to mitigate risk
Develop, implement, and maintain a vendor management programme