Looking for a Chef with at least 3 years South American/Brazilian work experience. This employer is willing to sponsor an overseas candidate, so get in touch with us by sending your email to email@example.com.
Are you a fully qualified Auto Electrician? Your diploma the equivalent of a National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Electrical) Level 4? And have you got some years of relevant work experience? Then get in touch with us by sending your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org for we have an employer waiting for you!
As much as we would like to help anyone who wants to make the move to New Zealand, we can only do so if you are eligible to apply for visa, with or without an offer of employment.
So your fist port of call should be the INZ website, www.immigration.govt.nz/migrant to check if you are eligible to appy for a work or permanent residence visa.
In many cases an offer of employment will be a requirement, and if this is the case, then we can help.
We can also recommend a good IAA-registered migration adviser who can do a visa check for you. Just go to http://www.newzealand-jobsearch.com/en/assess.php and you will know exactly where you stand, visa wise.
Although we would like to help everyone, not all candidates qualify for employment or for a visa.
Job offers must meet INZ requirements, but there are other criteria as well.
We always recommend to check the INZ website, www.immigration.govt.nz/migrant, but as it is not the easiest website to navigate, and users often don’t know what to look for specifically, we advise to contact a good IAA-registered migration adviser.
Especially worth while for professions that are not stated on the INZ skills in demand lists. Migration advisers not only help the candidate but also the employer, to get the paperwork acceptable for INZ and that removes a huge hurdle.
We often work together with a few reputable services that we know and trust, and who have an impressive success rate.
So feel free to send us your CV for a free of charge employability assessment, and we will always provide you with as much information as possible to help you get started.
If you are a qualified Arborist, then get in touch with us for we have an employer waiting for you, and even willing to help with immigration and accommodation, so don’t delay and send your CV to email@example.com. The requirements for this position are: A National Certificate in Advanced Arboriculture (level 4), or Bachelor degree, plus at least 3 years work experience.
For all you newcomers or almost newcomers, there are migrant social clubs and newcomer networks throughout New Zealand, where you can meet migrants from your own country and other countries.
You can find a list at this page, and you can read more useful info there.
Not only professionals are welcome in NZ, many trades are welcome and there are even those in high demand. If you are a Trade worker looking for an opportunity in NZ, then check out http://www.newzealand-jobsearch.com/en/trade.php for shortlisted professions. Even when your profession is not mentioned, we often can help you find a position in New Zealand
I had engaged Janneke to assist me in my job finding in New Zealand. Janneke had appointed her committed staff Harriette to assist me with my Job Search.Within weeks she was able to secure a job interview for me and I was subsequently hired for the job. It however did not last for long as my employer was irresponsible and did not pay my wage. I approached Janneke about my dilemma and I was surprise that she was willing to assist me in finding me a new job without charging the extra. Again Harriette came to the rescue and managed to secure me another job interview within weeks and I managed to get the job offer. After the first experiencing with a New Zealand employer, I was lost and disheartened in a foreign land. However Janneke and Harriette were kind, supportive and relentlessly assisted me in my job search. I am greatful to them for the assistance rendered.
As most of you may know already, some professions require registration in New Zealand. Without registration you may not be able to find a position so it is important that you start the registration process in time as this may take a while to finalise.
Not only most medical professions require registration, also Teachers and Plumbers for instance must be registered.
To check out if you need registration, go to http://www.newzealand-jobsearch.com/en/reg.php where you can find the contact details of all registration bodies.