We’ve been creating and publishing financial management and planning software for New Zealand farmers for more than 40 years.
Our head office is a modern space based in Masterton. We employ around 50 people and our staff work with the latest technology. We also support flexible working. Our working week is 37.5 hours, which ultimately means more time for you to explore our beautiful region.
Onsite car parking means no more time wasted looking for a carpark or commuting on the train. We have a fun and inclusive workplace: we hold regular offsite social events and celebrate individual and team successes.
Our workforce is split across four teams
- The Product Innovation Team consists of 20 highly skilled developers, business analysts, UX/UI designers, testers and DevOps.
- Our Client Success Team (CST) is unique, based in New Zealand, and answers farmers queries by phone, email and chats. Most of our CST staff have farming experience, so they really understand our clients.
- Our sales and marketing team is a small group of sales and marketing experts, a graphic designer and a communications specialist.
- Business operations and HR.
We often advertise opportunities. We also recruit through word of mouth or direct contact. If you would like to join us or learn more about opportunities available at Farm Focus, please contact our HR Manager, Mai Griffiths: firstname.lastname@example.org
We value our people, as a team and as individuals
We respect each other and strive to listen and communicate clearly.
We make time to have fun, help organise social event and create a positive team culture.
We take responsibility for our actions, as well as identifying and fixing any problems.
We act in a professional manner, upholding legal and ethical standards and applying our industry knowledge.
We are diverse individuals who work collaboratively as a strong team, with a clear purpose and understanding of our roles and of others.
We support each other, ask questions if we need help and strive to continuously improve our skills and knowledge.
We actively seek information, recording and sharing that information, including a thirst to understand wider issues affecting the rural sector.