Are you a qualified building professional, such as project manager, carpenter, site foreman, quantity surveyor or estimator, then we can help you find employment fast via our extensive contacts in the NZ building industry. Don’t delay for the best paid jobs go to the early birds! Send us your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you with details of your chances to secure a good position in New Zealand
If you are an experienced QS, then contact us for we can get you into a good position quickly. Send your CV to email@example.com and we’ll get back to you asap.
Are you a well educated Carpenter/Foreman? Then get in touch with us for we can help you find a good position in NZ. Sent us your CV in Word format to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you asap!
Estimators and Detailers in the Timber industry looking for a job in NZ, send us your CV in Word format, for we can help. Don’t delay, the jobs are there now!
Happy New Year to you all! Keep sending your CV’s to email@example.com for free of charge employability assessment. If you are qualified and have some years of work experience in your field, there is a fair chance that we can help you find a job in New Zealand, to get in contact and get your ball rolling!!
Income tax on earnings is required to be paid to the New Zealand government. There are no local or regional income or sales taxes. All taxes are collected by the Inland Revenue department.
Most people pay their income tax as they earn their income. Employers deduct tax based on salary and wages. This is known as PAYE (Pay As You Earn) tax. Banks and other financial institutions deduct Resident Withholding tax on interest as it is earned.
Read more about income tax at http://www.newzealand-jobsearch.com/en/worknz.php
A: If you are coming to New Zealand to take up permanent residence, and have the legal authority to do so from the New Zealand Immigration Service, you do not need to pay tax or any duty on your belongings so long as they are for your personal use.
Clothing and other personal items (such as jewelry) do not have to have been worn or used but they must be for your personal use. Other household goods, such as furniture, stereos and houseware must have been owned and used by you before you come to New Zealand.
You can import a motor vehicle (car, motorcycle or motor scooter) or boat duty free, as long as it has been personally owned and used by you for at least one year before the date when it was surrendered for shipping to New Zealand, or the date when you leave for New Zealand, whichever is the earlier.
When your vehicle arrives in New Zealand it will be inspected. If it is found to be contaminated, it will be cleaned before being released to you. You will need to pay for the cleaning.
You will need to keep any motor vehicles or boats for two years after the date of importation – otherwise you will have to pay for customs charges.
If you wish to bring any guns into New Zealand you will need a special permit to import them. Contact the New Zealand Police about the permit.
Do not bring in weapons such as flick knives, swordsticks and knuckle-dusters.
Do not bring any organic material, animals, parts of animals, plants, parts of plants, or food made of animals or plants without contacting NZ Customs first.
New Zealand does censor videotapes, magazines, books, CD-Roms etc for sexual material and violence. It is strongly recommended not to bring in material that would contravene the Films, Videos, and Publications Classification Act 1993.
If you are an experienced/senior Quantity Surveyor, or experienced Building/Construction Project Manager, then contact us with your CV for we can help you find a good position!!
If you are an experienced Structural Engineer, and you can travel to NZ on short notice, then email us your CV at firstname.lastname@example.org