Links

Graduate recruitment

  • NxtStep – find graduate jobs and internships in New Zealand

Job vacancy and recruitment websites

  – By Pathway

Health

  • Mental Health Jobs
  • Kiwi Health Jobs – jobs advertised by New Zealand’s 20 District Health Boards, Blood Service as well as other public, not-for-profit and private employers.

Community and Social Practice

Business and Information Technology

Animals

Conservation & Sustainability

  • Wwoof volunteer, live and learn on organic properties

Creative and Design

Engineering

Sport

Trades

  • www.buildingrecruitment.co.nz  Construction related job opportunities

Volunteering

Information about how volunteering can help you develop your skills and career and provide opportunities to contribute to your community

 Employment information for job seekers

  • Employment New Zealand  Information about employment agreements, your rights and other useful things to know when looking for employment
  • Human Rights Commission  A-Z for employers and employees, guidelines to about your rights when applying for a job

Tools to help with career decisions and direction

  • Careers New Zealand has information on career advice, industry information, funding sources, jobs and training etc.
  • www.nomajordrama.co.nz – helps students learn about majors for Bachelors degrees from across all 8 NZ Universities
  • Myers Briggs personality indicator

   Resources for international students and new migrants

  • Auckland Regional Migrant Services supporting migrants and refugees to settle in Auckland including employment workshops and assistance with getting a job
  • Migrant Action Trust has a range of support services for migrants including employment support
  • New Kiwis links skills of migrants to job vacancies in an organisation.  Your skills will be searched by potential employers
  • Chamber of Commerce – New Kiwis Local–  support for international students finding employment  Migrant Kiwis Employment/Project work

 

Job hunting

  • Dress For Success solves the “Catch 22” dilemma that confronts low-income women trying to enter the workforce:  Without a job, how can you afford a suit?  But without a suit, how can you get that job?  Each client receives an outfit when she has the job interview and a second suit when she gets the job.

CV’s

Interviews