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When you engage with us, you engage with people that care. We care about superior employer outcomes; we care about delivering rewarding career opportunities for our job seekers. We also care about our own team and pursuing a goal of being New Zealand’s best SME employer in our industry.

We drive for excellence in service delivery every day, trying to be the best we can be. Our team will prove intelligent, accommodating, efficient, effective, and engaging.

We support New Zealand job seekers nationally to achieve their career aspirations; so too do we support skilled migrants globally wanting to move to New Zealand. Inclusion and diversity are foremost in mind.

A unique, 360 degree, wrap around service is provided for skilled migrants. We secure employment for you at no cost, as we do for New Zealanders. We then deliver cost effective in-house licensed immigration advice to those requiring this service.

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Auckland
Auckland

Est. Population: 1.7 million

A dynamic world-class city international with abundant opportunity. New Zealand’s largest and fastest growing city.

Auckland is known as the City of Sails, and it is little wonder why. With some 22 beautiful islands, hundreds of swimming and surf beaches, one of the best native forests in New Zealand, harbours, and some of the best schools, universities, hospitals, and sporting facilities in the world, this region was voted world’s most liveable city in 2019 and remains near the top of the list most other years.

Job opportunities and world-leading career paths are abundant. Auckland has the country’s highest wage rates and a booming economy.

Whether you are seeking a thriving urban environment in the heart of a city that has vibrant and colourful nightlife, exceptional educational and health facilities, or a suburban family environment for the kids or even rural living, all is possible in Auckland.

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Bay of Plenty
Bay of Plenty

Est. Population: 350,000

One of the more popular regions to relocate to in New Zealand is the Bay of Plenty. The largest city, Tauranga, is home to approximately 160,000. Other small cities with populations included are as follows: Rotorua at 77,000, Taupō at 41,400, and the town of Whakatane 38,300. There are multiple small towns in addition to those indicated.

As the name indicates, the “Bay”, as it is known, has plenty to offer. Tauranga is blessed with one of sunniest climates in NZ, a 21-kilometre, golden sand surf beach on the fringes of the city, and Mt Manganui is a popular holiday spot. The natural harbour weaves in and out of bays around much of Tauranga and provides significant economic stimulus being New Zealand’s busiest port.

Surrounded by primary industries including agriculture, forestry, fishing, coupled with the ports, the economy has grown significantly in the region in recent years. Professional, scientific, technical, and construction services too have grown. Healthcare and education facilities have expanded as this popular region continues to grow steadily.

Rotorua in the same region is a tourist mecca. The city is located on the shores of Lake Rotorua. Rotorua is famous for the spectacular geothermal activity, a draw card for tourists globally. The are 16 lakes in Rotorua making this a beautiful city full of adventure tourism activities, eateries, and much more.

Taupō, the smallest city in the region sits on the shores of Lakes Taupo, NZ’s largest lake. Once again, a tourist draw card and a beautiful area to live. There is much to do in Taupō - hot springs, vibrant nightlife, eateries, walks, boating, trout fishing, and so much more.

At present, the region provides a range of employment opportunities spreading across most industries.

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Canterbury
Canterbury

Est. Population: 650,000 | Christchurch City Est. Population: 400,000

From Christchurch City, New Zealand’s second largest city, to the beautiful Akaroa harbour, Hamner Springs thermal resort, the Mackenzie Country with high country farms, Aoraki Mount Cook, Lake Tekapo, Twizel, and Fairly, the Canterbury region is spectacular.

The main cities and towns include Christchurch, Rolleston, Ashburton, and Timaru. The main industries that drive the employment across the region include construction, healthcare and social assistance, manufacturing, professional, scientific and technical, agriculture, farming (including sheep, beef and dairy cattle, and exports), and technology and aerospace. Virtually every industry is represented across the region.

The whole region has much to offer. Often skilled migrants overlook South Island locations, but a dry climate and great summers make this region worth exploring.

A great family destination, there is much to do from the thermal resorts to snow skiing, exploring the beautiful high-country regions, and much more.Like any international city, Christchurch has great facilities including educational and healthcare facilities, is clean with good nightlife, cuisine, beaches mountains, rivers, nd lakes.

The regions of Canterbury will appeal to those looking for strong, friendly communities which are particularly family friendly. Most candidates moving to this region tend to stay which is a good indicator of living standards.

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Gisborne
​Gisborne

Est. Population: 50,000 | Gisborne City Est. Population: 37,000

The first city in the world to greet the sun each morning with its hot sunshine hours and fertile clay loam soils, Gisborne district is an ideal environment for winemaking. The region is noted for its Chardonnay, Gewurztraminer, Viognier, Pinot Gris, Merlot, and Malbec wines. Other local industries include agriculture, horticulture, farming, forestry, and fishing.

Gisborne city functions as a service town for the district. Its port, a sheltered river port, hosts ships loading logs for export, as well as smaller fishing vessels.

Despite the region’s smaller size, employment opportunities are often available in this region.

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Hawke's Bay
Hawke’s Bay

Est. Population: 182,000

Located on the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island, Hawke’s Bay Wine Country is New Zealand’s leading food and wine region. With over 2,200 hours of sunshine, Hawke’s Bay is a year-round holiday destination with an eclectic mix of visual and sensory experiences.

Hawke’s Bay is a beautiful place to both live and visit. You will find wildlife centres, parks and gardens, both trout and sea fishing as well as hunting for those inclined, gannet colonies, and spectacular walking tracks backing onto the other side of Te Urewera National Park and Cape Kidnappers.

Hawke's Bay's largest industries are manufacturing and agriculture (including horticulture and fruit growing; and grain, sheep, beef, and dairy cattle farming. Other economic drivers are construction, healthcare and social assistance, manufacturing, and financial and insurance services, making for a strong and healthy economy with roles available across most industries.

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Manawatu & Whanganui
Manawatu & Whanganui

Est. Population: 250,000 | Palmerston North Est. Population: 90,000 | Whanganui District Est. Population: 50,000

Situated on the banks of the Manawatu River and the base of the Tararua mountain ranges, Palmerston North, Manawatu’s largest city, has a thriving economy which is largely due to its geographical location in central North Island and the prolific farming and agricultural activities. It is also home to some of the best schools and university in the country.

A short distance from Palmerston North will take you to the Ruahine Mountain range which provides some of the best remote location experiences you will find anywhere in New Zealand.

Recent years have seen the construction section booming in this region. Agriculture, sheep, beef and dairy cattle farming, and forestry drive the economy which is home to a top university, hospital, and a strong logistics and manufacturing sector due to its central location.

Employment opportunities are plentiful relative to size.

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Marlborough
Marlborough

Est. Population: 50,000 | Blenheim Est. Population: 35,000

This place has everything from the Queen Charlotte Sounds, Pelorus and Kenepuru Sounds, to the high-country farms, and Kaikoura in the South of Marlborough. Couple this with high sunshine hours and it is truly a beautiful part of NZ.

Marlborough is best known for its world-class wines – the Sauvignon Blanc is highly recommended!

The main city of Blenheim is 30 minutes from Picton, the docking point for the Inter-Island ferries. To the south of Blenheim, after driving through majestic mountainous scenery, you get to the Kaikoura coast which eventually leads to Kaikoura where you can take a boat trip out to see the giant sperm whales. They are in residence all year round. Humpback, southern right, and blue whales are frequent visitors which dive into the 2km deep abyss of the Kaikoura Canyon.

Whether you are a new migrant coming to NZ or a resident of New Zealand, make sure you visit Marlborough and the surrounding areas. Even if you’re not lucky enough to secure employment in this region, this is one place you should see.

Key employment areas include aquaculture, viticulture, forestry and wood processing, aviation, screen and creative industries, and technology and innovation.

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Nelson Tasman
Nelson Tasman

Est. Population: 115,000 | Nelson City Est. Population: 55,000 

The city of Nelson has its own unitary authority separate from Tasman District, and together they comprise a single region in some contexts.

With one in five people internationally born, there are 48 different cultures living in its environs.

Nelson Tasman is a place of stunning natural landscapes – lakes, mountains, rivers, native bush, beaches. We have it all easily within reach. A reasonably short drive will find you in the Golden Bay region, with a variety of parks and reserves including the famous Abel Tasman walk, the scenery is spectacular.

Nelson is a wonderful city known for its sunshine, friendly and relaxed lifestyle, and clean, tidy streets. Some of the larger contributors to economic growth in the region include construction, professional, scientific and support services, and agriculture, forestry, fishing, healthcare, and manufacturing with roles available frequently in the region.

Activities are immense and include boating, kayaking, crafts, wineries, both salt and freshwater fishing with all-around spectacular results, picturesque beaches, cafes, cinemas, art galleries, and much more. This region is a great place for families, with low crime, excellent schools, and lots to do.

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Northland
Northland

Est. Population: 200,000

Northland is the northernmost region of New Zealand. The region pans 13,789 km2 with a population estimated population at just surpassing 200,00 as assessed in 2022.

As the northernmost and warmest of New Zealand’s 16 regions, Northland is known as the 'winterless North’. The mild, subtropical, and rather windy climate is complemented by some of New Zealand’s most beautiful beaches, secluded coves, breathtaking seascapes, and a rich tapestry of flora and fauna.

Home to the Bay of Islands with 144 islands and offshore bays, the region is a tourist destination in the truest sense.

The largest city Whangārei has a population of 55,000 with the wider Whangārei district population home to 100,000.

Employment is widely available in Whangārei. Depending on your background, a range of employment options can also be found in multiple other centres, particularly so for skills in demand.

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Otago
Otago

Est. Population: 230,000 | Dunedin Est. Population: 130,000 | Queenstown Lakes District Est. Population: 50,000 | Queenstown Est. Population: 15,000

Otago is New Zealand's second largest region. Dunedin city is the largest main centre of Otago, and Queenstown a tourist mecca known for outdoor adventure activities, with other main areas of the region including Central Otago, Balclutha, Wānaka and Waitaki. There are many other towns in the region other than these mentioned.

Dunedin, at the head of Otago Harbour on the South Island’s southeast coast, is known for its Scottish heritage. Boasting one of New Zealand’s best universities, the city has much to offer, and has a heritage feel to it with a great community.

The wider Otago area has a diverse landscape from rugged coastlines to impressive mountains and alpine lakes. Its beautiful scenery and adventure packed terrain make it a popular destination for local New Zealand and international visitors.

The Queenstown lakes district is stunning. This is a location famous for some of New Zealand’s most beautiful landscapes and is New Zealand’s capital of outdoor adventure. Giant snow-capped mountains surround lake Wakatipu, drawing international visitors to this area in large numbers.

Globally significant multi day walks and ski resorts pair alongside this upmarket destination with a multitude of high-end hotels and accommodation and international cuisine, with cafes and eateries everywhere. Unquestionably, this is one of New Zealand’s premier holiday destinations.

Farming, horticulture, and viticulture are Otago’s main economic drivers and industries related to construction, hydroelectricity, real estate, and light manufacturing are well on the rise. Education, healthcare and tech are strong also and particularly so in Dunedin. Employment opportunities are abundant.

Central Otago has an excellent network of roads and easy access to airports in Queenstown and Dunedin. These connections enable businesses to service national and international clients while opting for the Central Otago lifestyle.

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Southland
Southland

Est. Population: 110,000 | Invercargill Est. Population: 55,000

The main centre is Invercargill, considered by many to be the capital of Southland, with a population of 52,000. The attractive lakeside town of Te Anau, located on the shores of the South Island’s largest lake, is the gateway to the world-famous Fiordland National Park and is home to nearly 2,000 people. All up, the population of 110,000 share the 3.1 million hectares (12% of New Zealand's total land area) of regional, lush farmland, and coastal areas, making Southland the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of big city life.

With an abundance of natural resources, Southland's economy is booming, bringing real benefits to the entire region and offers one of the highest employment rates in New Zealand. This, along with the safe streets, high standard of educational opportunities, and low living costs, plays a big part in making Southland a great place to live, work, study, and play.

Employment drivers include tourism, manufacturing, education, healthcare, forestry, fishing, mining, agriculture, dairy cattle, meat, and meat processing to provide strong foundations to the local economy.

The region includes areas considered the jewels in New Zealand crown such as The Milford Sounds, “the number one most beautiful place in NZ”, and Fiordland National Park which also is considered among the most beautiful places to visit in New Zealand.

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Taranaki
Taranaki

Est. Population: 130,000

The city of New Plymouth is home to 80,000 people with the remaining population spread out rurally across Hawera, Inglewood, Waitara, Stratford, Eltham, and Ōpunake.

This area is often overlooked but is probably New Zealand’s best kept secret as in recent years it was voted “world’s most liveable city (for a population between 75,000-150,000)

Mt Taranaki dominates this region that includes one of New Zealand’s most beautiful national parks. The mountain itself is accessible by road, with multi day walking trails, a river, parks, and reserves. New Plymouth offers west coast beaches on its doorstep, a vibrant and healthy economy, and much more.

The primary industries of agriculture, dairy farming, forestry, fishing, and petroleum industry producing oil and natural gas drive the economy. This produces employment opportunities around the region both in these sectors and the stimulus it brings to all the support industries.For this reason, there is often an abundance of employment opportunity comparative to the region’s size.

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Waikato
Waikato

Est. Population: 500,000

Waikato is the fourth largest region in New Zealand, covering 25,000 square kilometres. It stretches from the Bombay Hills and Port Waikato in the north down to the Kaimai Ranges and Mt Ruapehu in the south. The region has 1,138 km of coastline.

The wider Waikato region has a population estimated at 500,000 and has the youngest median age of population at 32.2 years. Hamilton, Waikato’s largest city, is just 90 minutes from Auckland and home to a population estimated at 180,000.

Housing costs are affordable but this clean, green, economically vibrant city also has all the benefits of a major city. Great educational facilities including a university, hospitals, superb cuisine, night life, shopping, and much to do. 

  • NZ’s longest river, the Waikato, flows for 16km through the city

  • A mild climate and moderate, year-round rainfall keep the city and surrounding area very green

  • 135 parks and gardens and 58 sports areas

  • The city has over 1,000 hectares of open space

 

The wider Waikato region includes the beautiful Coromandel Peninsula with spectacular beaches and tourism. Waikato has wide open rural spaces, and farming activity is represented widely. West coast beaches provide world class surfing. There are lakes, rivers, forests, and beautiful days trips throughout the region.

Employment across a wide range of industries is available in the region, particularly so in Hamilton City.

The region has also become increasingly popular for those relocating to New Zealand who find the regional appealing.

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Wellington
Wellington region

Est. Population: 520,000 | Wellington City Est. Population: 220,000

Wellington is New Zealand’s 3rd largest region, and Wellington City the capital of New Zealand with the Beehive being the executive offices of the New Zealand Government.

The city is situated alongside Wellington Harbour and surrounded by natural beauty, including Zealandia, an award-winning eco-attraction just minutes from the central business district.

Greater Wellington, also known as the Wellington Region, is a non-unitary region of New Zealand that occupies the southernmost part of the North Island. The region covers an area of 8,049 square kilometres.

Wellington is a leading centre for creative industries, such as film and computer technology. The region is registered with UNICEF as a child-friendly city and is the home of the New Zealand Stock Exchange (NZX).

Wellington Port is home to the Cook Strait ferries connecting the North Island to the South Island, making travel between the two islands relatively easy for weekend excursions.

Top industries advertising positions often include:

  • Information & Communication Technology

  • Government and Defence

  • Trades and Services

  • Admin and Office Support

  • Healthcare and Medical

  • Central Government Administration

  • Computer Systems Design and Related Services

  • Cafes and Restaurants

  • Hospitals (except Psychiatric Hospitals)

  • Management Advice and Other Consulting Services

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West Coast​
​West Coast

Est. Population: 32,000 

The main towns in the region include are Greymouth, Hokitika, and Westport.

Wake up to the West Coast. A and teeming with natural wonders, untamed wilderness, warm, welcoming people, and more wildlife than you can shake a stick at.

Surfing, rafting, climbing, glaciers, a world heritage national park like no other, kayaking, trout fishing, hot pools, spectacular alpine rivers, transalpine adventures, world-class walking tracks and so much more. This is the home for the adventurous among you and those that wish to find the lost population of the world’s most friendly people.

Greymouth is the largest town on the West Coast. During the last century, the town was the focus of the Westland gold boom, and, until the 1920’s, supported the country’s coal mining industry. Timber has also been important to the town. Other major towns apart from Greymouth include Westport and Buller.

The close community spirit makes living in this region a “heartland experience.” A place where you will find the true spirit of Kiwi hospitality, down to earth people, and a pace of life the envy of most.

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    Qualified Plumber

    Job reference - 36220 Company vehicle and fuel, and occasional overtime Paying up to $45 per hour for top skills NZ Plumbers, Gasfitters, Drainlayers Board license or eligible to apply Access 32 years of our client relationships and connections and find your next job. Build your future with Jobcorp. We are currently seeking a qualified plumber who will be based in Whangarei. The successful candidate will be responsible for performing a variety of plumbing duties, including installation, repair, maintenance, and troubleshooting of plumbing systems. Responsibilities Install, repair, and maintain plumbing systems, fixtures, and appliances Diagnose plumbing issues and implement effective solutions Conduct inspections and preventative maintenance to ensure optimal performance Collaborate with team members and communicate with clients to address plumbing needs Adhere to safety protocols and regulatory requirements Keep accurate records of work performed and materials used Provide excellent customer service Requirements NZ Plumbers, Gasfitters, Drainlayers Board license or eligible to apply Prior relevant plumbing experience and relevant qualification necessary Previous experience in commercial as well as domestic plumbing would be an advantage, as would drainlaying and gasfitting experience Fit and healthy as the work is a physical job Able to speak and understand English Has a strong Health and Safety knowledge and understanding Full set of basic tools required for plumbing Must be a team player to work well within a diverse team Must be able to work without supervision Rewards and why you should apply Excellent remuneration package Supportive, friendly work environment Plenty of room for growth How to apply Applications from those wanting to relocate from elsewhere within NZ are welcome. If you are based offshore and wanting to move to New Zealand and meet the requirements - please APPLY NOW. We are able to assist you with your visa requirements making the process easy and seamless. If reading online, click the APPLY NOW section and submit your application online. For more information contact the team at Jobcorp NZ Ltd for a confidential discussion. Phone during NZ business hours: The international landline is +64 9 271 3200. You can also visit the job board on our website to view further vacancies https://www.jobcorp.co.nz/jobs Jobcorp owned companies include Jobcorp NZ Ltd, Jobcorp Immigration, Automotive Employment NZ and Property Employment NZ. Our company has business interests in recruitment, the provision of immigration advice, and the provision of employment relations advice.

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    • Whangarei
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    Mechanical Fitter/Welder

    Job reference - 36221 AutoCad design skills and good communication skills are a must NZ employer part of an international group of companies An employer of choice offering an attractive remuneration Access 32 years of our client relationships and connections and find your next job. Build your future with Jobcorp. The role and its duties Seeking an experienced Mechanical Fitter/Welder with AutoCad design skills. The role is crucial with the precise installation of compressed air plants and associated equipment into industrial/manufacturing and commercial sites required around the region as well as within their own workshop operations and outside the region on occasions. This role is based in the Auckland branch situated in Wiri. Auckland client visits are a requirement as is regional travel from time to time. The role reports to the Auckland Branch Manager as well as the company Director. Key responsibilities Execute precision installation of compressed air plant and equipment with meticulous attention to detail. Utilise welding skills and proficiency with hand and power tools to ensure flawless results. Apply practical engineering knowledge and fitting experience to tackle diverse challenges effectively. Proficiency in CAD design and drawing is a requirement of the role. Uphold a high standard of accuracy and finish to meet retail acceptance criteria and demonstrate an unwavering commitment to quality. The role requires direct communication with both the internal technical and sales teams as well as clients directly. Your communication skills should enable you to communicate often technically complex information to our clients with relative ease. The challenge and rewards While the remuneration is attractive , perhaps the most enticing aspect to the role is the employer themselves. Recent years have seen vibrant, well-structured, and consistent growth and with this and other emerging opportunities. How to apply Applications from those wanting to relocate from elsewhere within NZ are welcome if not already based in Auckland. For more information contact the team at Jobcorp for a confidential discussion. Phone during NZ business hours: Freephone 0800 67 57 47 from landline and mobile. The international landline is +64 9 271 3200. If reading online, click the APPLY NOW section and submit your application online. You can also visit the job board on our website to view further vacancies https://www.jobcorp.co.nz/jobs Jobcorp owned companies include Jobcorp NZ Ltd, Jobcorp Immigration, Automotive Employment NZ and Property Employment NZ. Our company has business interests in recruitment, the provision of immigration advice, and the provision of employment relations advice.

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    • Fitters and Machinists
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    Recruitment Manager

    Job reference - 36183 A role full of powerful potential for a well-connected recruitment industry professional Explore the jobcorp.co.nz website and discover a pathway to driving your future forward Remote working with just 1 or 2 hybrid office days per week About Jobcorp Jobcorp is a vibrant, generalist recruitment company with specialist divisions across perm recruitment sectors. We also have our own licensed immigration business to support our recruitment operations. The company is starting to grow across alternative market sectors, and we wish to accelerate this process. The company also owns Automotive Employment NZ which has a traceable history back to 1991. Strong technology initiatives are in place with the ATS, integrations, AI, digital, staff engagement, candidate engagement, reference checking, videos, marketing, web presence (jobcorp.co.nz), and social media presence. We are a fresh thinking, energised, well organised and managed company. We are active RCSA members and are proud of our association. The recruitment practice centres around principles of decency, ethics and, of course, performance. We have a stable team, low staff turnover, and a team that truly works brilliantly together. We have vibrant fresh leadership solidly entrenched at the helm of Jobcorp working closely with a long-established Director. The combination of energy and experience works well. The motor industry recruitment team has its own Recruitment Manager, so this role will be to manage the recruitment and growth functions of Jobcorp, not Automotive Employment NZ. The potential for the Jobcorp division is substantial. The Jobcorp role and its responsibilities The role reports to the General Manager of Jobcorp. A sample of duties follows, though you are encouraged to request a detailed job description. Growth - Grow the job listings starting with the industry sector/s in which you are knowledgeable Recruitment - Manage the recruitment activities of your team while actively producing consistent placements yourself also Wellness - Engage in wellness activities for your team Candidate engagement - Develop and support initiatives Be an inspirational leader - Inspire and delight Client development - Active and personal participation is required Budgeting - Active involvement in both setting and achieving budgets alongside the GM Reporting - Division P&L and Sales Internal Recruitment - Alongside the GM, identify and appoint new recruitment professionals to produce new channels of business Profit - Grow the return on investment for your division Conduct - All business dealings with decency and professionalism The skills sought A prerequisite - Applicants must have a background in recruitment, ideally in the perm sector Results - You will be able to demonstrate that you achieve targets Desire to step up- Not because you can't do the role of a recruiter but because you possess skills at a higher level and want to use them Decency - A natural propensity to act with integrity and respect in all your dealings Achievement - A history of achievement both professionally and personally Networks - You will possess strong networks of clients that you know will work with you and help develop your division. You will know you can hit the ground running and build a team Experience - You need not already be employed as a Recruitment Manager, but you will need significant agency recruitment experience to grow and lead our team Quick thinking - You will be joining a team of bright, vibrant individuals. You will need to be able to think on your feet and possess vibrance and character ​ ​ The rewards Solid base salary New company car, premium laptop, premium smart phone, premium workstation Payment on achievement of pre-set KPIs Profit share for your department Payment of personal commissions Guaranteed 6 figure income Extensive parental and/or caregiver privileges Mainly remote working although 1 to 2 hybrid day per week Bi-monthly wellness days (separate to normal entitlements) Bi-monthly early days off Birthday day off Support of work-related study Work anywhere weeks Formal career planning Dedicated focus hours Fun team days out every month Formal training programs Strategic involvement in the overall development of the company If the reward is not already there, let's talk, there are more. We are working on achieving our goal of being the best employers we can be. How to apply The closing date for applications is Sunday the 4th of March, 2024 Use the apply now section to upload your resume into the ATS where we can assess your application You can also call Russell Phillips (Director) on 027 479 0000 or Jo-Ann Robinson (GM) on 021 271 3201 Alternatively go to jobcorp.co.nz and use the job search bar, type in the job title, and apply from there You can request a job description by emailing or All applications will be acknowledged upon receipt A second update will occur after the closing date

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    • Management
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    Job reference - 36062 Accredited employer Relevant qualifications considered include those in engineering and machining Competitive remuneration - between $80k and $90k per annum Access 32 years of our client relationships and connections and find your next job. Build your future with Jobcorp. The role Completing all service work as requested, working as efficiently as possible while maintaining a high level of quality. Repair and maintenance of machinery, mechanical parts and fluid power equipment as assigned by the Service Manager. This can also include fault finding and diagnosis work. Travel locally, as required, for work such as breakdowns, maintenance and/or servicing of customers equipment and or machinery Travel out of town as required to complete work that may include erecting machinery and equipment on site. Complete all relevant documentation for work conducted. Contact customers as required to provide progress updates, and to help maintain good relations. Complete relevant training as appropriate to maintain and build your own skill set. Assist with day to day inquiries coming into the department if appropriate. Quote jobs, as required, in conjunction with other team members (or directly if appropriate), while maintaining or improving profitability. Complete other duties as required to help ensure the workshop and branch run smoothly at all times. Assist senior management as required. Qualifications and experience Relevant trade qualifications such as in engineering or machining Ability to repair a wide range of hydraulic components to a high level of quality Be able to test and diagnose a wide range of hydraulic components and system Strong mechanical trade skills Good fault finding skills in a wide variety of applications Good knowledge of a wide range of hydraulic product The ability to pick up, retain and apply a variety of new ideas and principles Great communication - both written and verbal Good time management The ability to follow company procedures and processes In return Top rates of pay for a standard of skills and experience - approximately $80k - $90k per annum depending on skills. The company is well established with decades of service with an inclusive and supportive team The role is based in Christchurch which is the second-largest city by urban area population, has beautiful views and surrounds. How to apply Applications from those wanting to relocate from elsewhere within NZ are welcome if not already based in Christchurch. If you are based offshore and wanting to move to New Zealand and meet the requirements - please APPLY NOW. We are able to assist you with your visa requirements making the process easy and seamless. For more information contact the team at Jobcorp for a confidential discussion. Phone during NZ business hours: Freephone 0800 67 57 47 from landline and mobile. The international landline is +64 9 271 3200. If reading online, click the APPLY NOW section and submit your application online. You can also visit the job board on our website to view further vacancies https://www.jobcorp.co.nz/jobs Jobcorp owned companies include Jobcorp NZ Ltd, Jobcorp Immigration, Automotive Employment NZ and Property Employment NZ. Our company has business interests in recruitment, the provision of immigration advice, and the provision of employment relations advice.

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    • Engineering
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    Compressed Air Field Technician

    Job reference - 36088 Great variety of service work with multiple model and brand types Generous remuneration with vehicle provided Supportive team environment Access 32 years of our client relationships and connections and find your next job. Build your future with Jobcorp. We are currently seeking skilled and experienced Compressed Air Field Technicians for Christchurch. As a Compressed Air Field Technician, you will be responsible for installing, maintaining, and repairing compressed air systems for clients. Your expertise in diagnosing and troubleshooting issues will be crucial in ensuring the efficient operation of these systems. The role Scheduled and breakdown maintenance: Assisting with installation and service of other larger projects outside the region as required Responding to urgent and non-urgent on-site breakdown call outs throughout the region Assisting management within installation service related Assisting with installation and service of other larger projects outside the region as required Undergoing company training at North and South Island based offices Installations: Install, maintain, and repair compressed air systems according to client specifications and industry standards Conduct routine inspections to identify potential issues and perform preventive maintenance tasks Diagnose and troubleshoot problems with compressed air systems, including identifying faulty components and repairing or replacing them as needed Collaborate with clients to understand their specific requirements and provide recommendations for system improvements or upgrades Occasional travel to more remote locations There will be occasional opportunities to assist with larger project installations and maintenance New Zealand wide Specialised: Assisting with the diagnosing, and repairing of refrigerated dryers Assisting with the diagnosing and repair of Variable speed drives, PLCs and various electrical faults Requirements Relevant trade qualification preferred but not essential Electrical experience (preferred but not essential) with variable drives, controllers and refrigeration equipment Compressed air experience with rotary and high-pressure compressor types Excellent fault finding and solution providing skills Able to work alone Disciplined and conscientious work ethics What the role offers Great variety of service work with multiple model and brand types Hands on field service in multiple industry types Generous remuneration with vehicle provided - between $30 and $40 per hour based on skills and qualifications Lively and supportive team Further training How to apply Applications from those wanting to relocate from elsewhere within NZ are welcome if not already based in Christchurch. If you are based offshore and wanting to move to New Zealand and meet the requirements - please APPLY NOW. We are able to assist you with your visa requirements making the process easy and seamless. For more information contact the team at Jobcorp for a confidential discussion. Phone during NZ business hours: Freephone 0800 67 57 47 from landline and mobile. The international landline is +64 9 271 3200. If reading online, click the APPLY NOW section and submit your application online. You can also visit the job board on our website to view further vacancies https://www.jobcorp.co.nz/jobs Jobcorp owned companies include Jobcorp NZ Ltd, Jobcorp Immigration, Automotive Employment NZ and Property Employment NZ. Our company has business interests in recruitment, the provision of immigration advice, and the provision of employment relations advice.

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    • Technicians
  • Permanent
    Welder/ Fabricator - Heavy Vehicles

    Job reference - 36053 Accredited employer Specialists in commercial parts, servicing and repairs $36 - $42 per hour Access 32 years of our client relationships and connections and find your next job. Build your future with Jobcorp. The role Fabrication of heavy, mild, and light gage steels are achieved using sound 'trade' methods Weld all parts, components, and framework using a variety of welding processes Position, align and fit parts according to specifications Grind, sand, polish, and detail fabrications to required finish using hand and power tools Accurately measure, check, and examine completed work in order to properly verify that it conforms to all specifications All fabrications tasks are to be completed in the agreed (quoted) time frames or better Utilise visual inspections to check and report on any findings Ensure fabrication is carried out in accordance with design and scope Qualifications and experience Relevant trade qualification - Welder / Fabricator / Boilermaker Proven knowledge and experience of industrial fabrication to meet global / industry requirements, standards, and procedures with attention to detail and exacting quality Experience and competency of ALL positions including TIG and MIG welding, and specifically Steel fabrication Experience and competency with Flame Cutting, Arc/Air gouging and use of all standard engineering tools and machinery Minimum of 5 years of relevant industry experience Ability to read and interpret detailed engineering drawings, welding procedures, and work instructions Working at heights and confined spaces would be advantageous Experience in design and manufacture of templates How to apply Applications from those wanting to relocate from elsewhere within NZ are welcome if not already based in Gisborne. If you are based offshore and wanting to move to New Zealand and meet the requirements - please APPLY NOW. We are able to assist you with your visa requirements making the process easy and seamless. For more information contact the team at Jobcorp for a confidential discussion. Phone during NZ business hours: Freephone 0800 67 57 47 from landline and mobile. The international landline is +64 9 271 3200. If reading online, click the APPLY NOW section and submit your application online. You can also visit the job board on our website to view further vacancies https://www.jobcorp.co.nz/jobs Jobcorp owned companies include Jobcorp NZ Ltd, Jobcorp Immigration, Automotive Employment NZ and Property Employment NZ. Our company has business interests in recruitment, the provision of immigration advice, and the provision of employment relations advice.

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    • Gisborne
    • Boilermakers and welders
  • Permanent
    CNC Programmer

    Job reference - 35988 Opportunity to work with state-of-the-art CNC technology and advance your skills Collaborative and supportive work environment that encourages growth Chance to contribute to cutting-edge projects and deliver high-quality products Access 32 years of our client relationships and connections and find your next job. Build your future with Jobcorp. Are you a skilled CNC Programmer seeking a dynamic and rewarding career opportunity? We're currently seeking a talented CNC Programmer to join this innovative team. This long established and leading engineering company specialises in designing, developing, producing, and delivering progressive and innovative engineering solutions. They are committed to pushing the boundaries of precision manufacturing and delivering top-quality products to their clients. With cutting-edge technology and a collaborative work environment, they take pride in fostering growth and development for their employees. Remuneration You will be working for an industry leading company with excellent working conditions. This company is an accredited employer that offers further training and opportunities for growth Management is supportive Remuneration rates are market related ranging from $34 to $40 per hour based on your skills, experience, and training This is a permanent, full-time role offering a minimum 40 hour work week The role Interpret technical drawings, blueprints, and specifications to program CNC machines effectively Set up and operate CNC lathes, CNC machines, CNC routers, 3D printers, robotic welders, and laser cutting/engraving machines, ensuring accuracy and efficiency in production runs Ability to work not only with plastics, but also precision machining with steel, aluminium, bronze, stainless steel and more Perform routine maintenance on CNC machines to ensure proper functionality Troubleshoot and debug any issues that arise during the machining process Monitor production output to maintain quality and meet deadlines Skills sought Proven experience as a CNC Programmer with expertise in relevant CNC software Proficiency in reading and interpreting technical drawings and blueprints Solid knowledge of machining processes, tooling, and materials Familiarity with CNC machines and their operation Problem-solving skills to identify and resolve machining issues Attention to detail and precision in executing machining operations Effective communication skills to collaborate with cross-functional teams Prior experience in the engineering industry is a plus How to apply Applications from those wanting to relocate from elsewhere within NZ are welcome. If you are based offshore and wanting to move to New Zealand and meet the requirements - please APPLY NOW. We are able to assist you with your visa requirements making the process easy and seamless. If reading online, click the APPLY NOW section and submit your application online. For more information contact the team at Jobcorp NZ Ltd for a confidential discussion. Phone during NZ business hours: The international landline is +64 9 271 3200. You can also visit the job board on our website to view further vacancies http://www.jobcorp.co.nz/ Jobcorp owned companies include Jobcorp NZ Ltd, Jobcorp Immigration, Automotive Employment NZ and Property Employment NZ. Our company has business interests in recruitment, the provision of immigration advice, and the provision of employment relations advice.

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    • Bay of Plenty
    • Fitters and Machinists
  • Permanent
    Qualified Midwife

    Job reference - 35957 One of New Zealand's biggest and most prestigious birthing units Join a supportive and friendly staff and leadership team Relocation grant available for offshore migrants - accredited employer Access 32 years of our client relationships and connections and find your next job. Build your future with Jobcorp. Attention Qualified Midwives - do not miss out on this amazing opportunity. Exciting opportunities await you in the beautiful country of New Zealand. A leading healthcare provider is currently seeking compassionate and skilled midwives to join their professional team. The facilities are top class and the supportive team offers an enjoyable team environment. Responsibilities Provide comprehensive antenatal, intrapartum, and postnatal care to women and their families Conduct assessments, monitor maternal and fetal well-being, and provide appropriate interventions Assist in the delivery of babies and provide immediate postnatal care Educate and support women and their families throughout the childbirth process Collaborate with healthcare professionals and multidisciplinary teams to ensure holistic care Maintain accurate and thorough documentation of care provided Stay up-to-date with the latest evidence-based practices and guidelines Key requirements Relevant midwife qualification/degree Valid midwifery registration in New Zealand or eligibility to obtain registration Proven experience working as a midwife Strong clinical skills and knowledge of best practices in midwifery Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced and dynamic healthcare environment Compassion, empathy, and a woman-centered approach Commitment to ongoing professional development In return New Zealand offers a high standard of living, a supportive work environment, and a stunning natural landscape. Experience the unique cultural diversity and work-life balance that New Zealand has to offer. The team offers supportive management, professional training, and professional working conditions. Salary ranges from $65,000 - $84,000 depending on qualifications and experience. How to apply Applications from those wanting to relocate from elsewhere within NZ are welcome if not already based in Auckland. If you are based offshore and wanting to move to New Zealand and meet the requirements - please APPLY NOW. We are able to assist you with your visa requirements making the process easy and seamless. For more information contact the team at Jobcorp for a confidential discussion. Phone during NZ business hours: Freephone 0800 67 57 47 from landline and mobile. The international landline is +64 9 271 3200. If reading online, click the APPLY NOW section and submit your application online. You can also visit the job board on our website to view further vacancies https://www.jobcorp.co.nz Jobcorp owned companies include Jobcorp NZ Ltd, Jobcorp Immigration, Automotive Employment NZ and Property Employment NZ. Our company has business interests in recruitment, the provision of immigration advice, and the provision of employment relations advice.

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    • Auckland
    • Nursing and Midwifery
  • Permanent
    Primary School Teacher

    Job reference - 35952 Salary ranges from $53,544 - $90,000 depending on qualifications and experience Join a supportive and friendly staff and leadership team Relocation grant available for offshore migrants as the school is an accredited employer with INZ Access 32 years of our client relationships and connections and find your next job. Build your future with Jobcorp. Seeking a dedicated, NZ registered teacher to join an outstanding team in a primary school located in Auckland. Are you a passionate and dedicated educator looking for an exciting opportunity to make a positive impact in the lives of young learners? Look no further! Jobcorp NZ is seeking a talented and enthusiastic Primary School Teacher to join a supportive and friendly team. Responsibilities Create and deliver engaging and interactive lessons aligned with the curriculum guidelines. Foster a positive and inclusive classroom environment that promotes a love for learning and encourages student participation. Develop and implement effective teaching strategies to meet the diverse needs of students. Assess and monitor student progress, providing constructive feedback and support for individual growth. Collaborate with colleagues and parents to create a supportive and nurturing educational community. Use technology and innovative teaching methods to enhance student learning and engagement. Ensure a safe and respectful classroom environment that adheres to school policies and procedures. Participate in professional development opportunities to continuously enhance teaching skills and stay updated with educational best practices. Key requirements Must hold a relevant teaching qualification and be registered with the NZ Teaching Council Have prior relevant teaching experience Work effectively and collaboratively with others Value our children and ensuring a commitment to progress and achievement Show maturity and use initiative and be flexible Be self motivated and keenly involved with all aspects of school life Uses feedback to improve teaching practice Be a reflective practitioner Have integrity Is empathetic to the needs of others Have a sense of humour and be resilient Values the environment and the values and vision of school In return The base salary for trained and registered teachers from overseas will range from $53,544 to $90,000, depending on the applicant's qualifications and experience. Individual's actual base salary will be established by a salary assessment once a role is confirmed. How to apply Applications from those wanting to relocate from elsewhere within NZ are welcome. If you are based offshore and wanting to move to New Zealand and meet the requirements - please APPLY NOW. We are able to assist you with your visa requirements making the process easy and seamless. For more information contact the team at Jobcorp for a confidential discussion. Phone during NZ business hours: Freephone 0800 67 57 47 from landline and mobile. The international landline is +64 9 271 3200. If reading online, click the APPLY NOW section and submit your application online. You can also visit the job board on our website to view further vacancies https://www.jobcorp.co.nz Jobcorp owned companies include Jobcorp NZ Ltd, Jobcorp Immigration, Automotive Employment NZ and Property Employment NZ. Our company has business interests in recruitment, the provision of immigration advice, and the provision of employment relations advice.

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    • Auckland
    • Primary
  • Permanent
    Registered Electrician

    Job reference - 35834 $30 to $40 per hour Flexible working hours - 40 hours per week Competitive package which includes a company vehicle Access 32 years of our client relationships and connections and find your next job. Build your future with Jobcorp. About the employer and the role Owned and operated since 1992, this leader in ICT infrastructure has been trusted to connect some of New Zealand's most important organizations. The team delivers outstanding leading-edge ICT solutions for major corporate and government agencies. Now, the group is looking to grow by adding a Registered Electrician. The ideal candidate will be EWRB registered and have a proven track record of high-quality work. The role includes general electrical and data works for commercial and education clients. Such work will include installations and upgrades. The current role will report to the Auckland team. Minimum hours per week are 40 hours, Monday to Friday. Role is full-time and pays $30 - $40 per hour. About you Able to work at a high level of workmanship and productivity Required to be well organized and self-sufficient Can work flexible hours Must be fluent in English, both verbal and written Need to be well presented and professional with excellent communication and people skills Key Requirements Must hold a relevant electrician qualification Must be EWRB registered Can work unsupervised and complete jobs effectively on-time Team player with good communication and interpersonal skills Committed to a safe working practices and quality procedures Must have New Zealand drivers license We are accepting applications nationally and will also consider applications from those prepared to relocate nationally. International applications will also be considered, though you need to be prepared to relocate promptly in line with visa processing requirements. In Return A competitive package is available for the right candidate, including a company vehicle. If you have the experience, are EWRB registered, and enjoy a positive team environment we look forward to discussing this opportunity with you. If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding career opportunity, then we encourage you to apply. How to apply Applications from those wanting to relocate from elsewhere within NZ are welcome. If you are based offshore and wanting to move to New Zealand and meet the requirements - please APPLY NOW. We are able to assist you with your visa requirements making the process easy and seamless. For more information, contact the team at Jobcorp for a confidential discussion. Phone during NZ business hours: Freephone 0800 67 57 47 from landline or mobile. The international landline is +64 9 271 3200 You can also visit the job board on our website to view further vacancies: https://www.jobcorp.co.nz/jobs Jobcorp owned companies include Jobcorp NZ Ltd, Jobcorp Immigration, Automotive Employment NZ and Property Employment NZ. Our company has business interests in recruitment, the provision of immigration advice, and the provision of employment relations advice.

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    • Auckland
    • Electrical
  • Permanent
    Fitter Turner

    Job reference - 35833 $35 - $40 per hour Excellent company benefits Room to grow and advance your career within the company Access 32 years of our client relationships and connections and find your next job. Build your future with Jobcorp. About the Employer Based in the Rodney district, for decades our client has been providing products and solutions to extend the life of critical equipment with the appointment of an additional Fitter Turner. The company is involved in a range of industrial machine rebuilds and associated equipment. Now, they're looking to extend the team with a new Fitter Turner. In this role there will be various clients to work with and a close team of support. Key Responsibilities The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of high-quality work. You will be part of an experienced team working on the installation, maintenance across power generation, refining, marine and rail, mining and industrial applications. You'll be delivering field machining and mechanical solutions to support our site mechanical maintenance fitters. Based in the Rodney district, your work could be in our workshops but more often out on client sites often in remote locations. Key Skills General machining Using lathes, mills, etc. Fitting tasks including work on heavy rotating equipment and other machinery Prior experience working in an industrial environment Key Requirements Equivalent Level 4 trade qualification in Fitting and Turning. You may also have skills aligned to this sector such as being an automotive machinist Role includes both mechanical duties and machining work that requires you to work to high tolerances and accuracy Team player with good communication and interpersonal skills Committed to a safe working practices and quality procedures Overtime is available, the business is successful, and right now extended and flexible hours constitute part of the role, to which you will be well rewarded We are accepting applications nationally and will also consider applications from those prepared to relocate nationally. International applications will also be considered, though you need to be prepared to relocate promptly in line with visa processing requirements. The Rewards If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding career opportunity, then we encourage you to apply. Industry rates equivalent to leading roles will be negotiated. Excellent benefits, and opportunities for career growth and advancement exist. This is a full time, permanent role offering a minimum of 40 hours per work. How to apply Applications from those wanting to relocate from elsewhere within NZ are welcome. If you are based offshore and wanting to move to New Zealand and meet the requirements - please APPLY NOW. We are able to assist you with your visa requirements making the process easy and seamless. If reading online, click the APPLY NOW section and submit your application online. For more information contact the team at Jobcorp for a confidential discussion. Phone during NZ business hours: Freephone 0800 67 57 47 from landline and mobile. The international landline is +64 9 271 3200. You can also visit the job board on our website to view further vacancies https://www.jobcorp.co.nz/jobs Jobcorp owned companies include Jobcorp NZ Ltd, Jobcorp Immigration, Automotive Employment NZ and Property Employment NZ. Our company has business interests in recruitment, the provision of immigration advice, and the provision of employment relations advice.

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    • Auckland
    • Boilermakers and welders
  • Permanent
    Registered Electrician

    Job reference - 35817 Residential and commercial roles available Ability to read and interpret technical drawings and schematics Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills Access 32 years of our client relationships and connections and find your next job. Build your future with Jobcorp. Jobcorp presently have a variety of roles for leading electrical services providers based in Auckland, New Zealand. We also have a selection of roles nationally across residential and commercial applications. Specific to this role we require a registered electrician to install electrical systems into new home builds and also provide repair and troubleshooting solutions. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of providing high-quality electrical services to clients across various sectors. Key Responsibilities Install and maintain electrical systems and equipment Perform routine maintenance on electrical systems and equipment Troubleshoot and repair electrical systems and equipment Ensure compliance with safety standards and regulations Collaborate with other team members to ensure project deadlines are met Maintain accurate records of work completed Key Requirements Must be a registered electrician in New Zealand or hold skills equivalent to the NZ standard and be able to achieve NZ electrical registration Proven experience in the electrical trade - residential experience is highly sought after Strong knowledge of electrical systems and equipment Ability to read and interpret technical drawings and schematics Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills Attention to detail Excellent communication skills Ability to work independently and as part of a team Willingness to learn and adapt to new technologies and methods Must have a valid driver's license The rewards If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding career opportunity, then we encourage you to apply. Industry rates equivalent to leading roles will be negotiated. Excellent benefits, and opportunities for career growth and advancement exist. How to apply Applications from those wanting to relocate from elsewhere within NZ are welcome. If you are based offshore and wanting to move to New Zealand and meet the requirements - please APPLY NOW. We are able to assist you with your visa requirements making the process easy and seamless. For more information contact the team at Jobcorp for a confidential discussion. Phone during NZ business hours: Freephone 0800 67 57 47 from landline and mobile. The international landline is +64 9 271 3200. If reading online, click the APPLY NOW section and submit your application online. You can also visit the job board on our website to view further vacancies https://www.jobcorp.co.nz Jobcorp owned companies include Jobcorp NZ Ltd, Jobcorp Immigration, Automotive Employment NZ and Property Employment NZ. Our company has business interests in recruitment, the provision of immigration advice, and the provision of employment relations advice.

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    • Auckland
    • Electrical
  • Permanent
    Secondary School Teacher

    Job reference - 35818 Plan, prepare, and teach one or more subjects to students between the ages of 13-18 Experience in teaching secondary school learners A current NZ teachers' registration, and qualification assessment by NZQA (if international) Access 32 years of our client relationships and connections and find your next job. Build your future with Jobcorp. Are you a passionate and experienced secondary school teacher looking for new opportunity? We are seeking a skilled educator to join our team for New Zealand secondary schools. As our ideal candidate, you will possess strong skills in planning, preparing, and presenting lessons in one or more subjects such as mathematics & statistics, English, the arts, science, social sciences, technology, health, physical education etc. You would need a thorough understanding of different teaching methods and learning styles. You will also be adept at working with children in group settings and possess excellent organisational and problem-solving abilities. Effective communication with students and parents from diverse backgrounds is a must, and you will be committed to becoming familiar with Te Reo Māori. In addition, you will be well-versed in the curriculum subjects and possess research skills that enable you to keep up to date with the best practices in teaching. If you are a motivated and dedicated teacher looking for a new challenge, we want to hear from you. Join our team and help inspire the next generation of New Zealand students! Details of the role Plan, prepare, and present lessons Set and mark assignments and tests Assess students' work for national qualifications Keep records and write reports on students Observe and manage student behaviour in the classroom and other environments such as the gym or sports fields Attend departmental and staff meetings Meet with parents, or caregivers, individually or at parents' evenings Participate in or organise extra-curricular activities such as sports or camps Keep up to date with curriculum changes and assessment methods Requirements Experience in teaching secondary school learners A current NZ teachers' registration Qualification assessment by NZQA (if international) How to apply Applications from those wanting to relocate from elsewhere within NZ are welcome. If you are based offshore and wanting to move to New Zealand and meet the requirements - please APPLY NOW. We are able to assist you with your visa requirements making the process easy and seamless. For more information, contact the team at Jobcorp for a confidential discussion. Phone during NZ business hours: Freephone 0800 67 57 47 from landline or mobile. The international landline is +64 9 271 3200 You can also visit the job board on our website to view further vacancies: https://www.jobcorp.co.nz/jobs Jobcorp owned companies include Jobcorp NZ Ltd, Jobcorp Immigration, Automotive Employment NZ and Property Employment NZ. Our company has business interests in recruitment, the provision of immigration advice, and the provision of employment relations advice.

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    • Auckland
    • Secondary
  • Permanent
    ECE Teacher

    Job reference - 35816 Attractive remuneration designed to appeal to experienced candidates of calibre Wellness benefits A superior work environment Access 32 years of our client relationships and connections and find your next job. Build your future with Jobcorp. The company Based centrally in Auckland this company has a warm engaging and fun work environment. Multiple staff benefits and wellness policies reflect this employee focused company culture. Inclusion and diversity policies welcome applications from diverse background who hold relevant qualifications. The employer's warm, engaging company culture extends to the provision of a nurturing and safe learning environment. The inclusion and diversity policy for staff of course extends to children with every child treated equally. The work environment is modern, clean, well equipped with ample outdoor experience centres and learning spaces. So too the inside spaces where learning and experience provides an environment where children can thrive. The skills sought A teachers' registration or those alternatively in the process of gaining registration Proven, relevant experience as a teacher Kindness, empathy, and great communication skills are a prerequisite The ability to plan a curriculum The skills to develop strong relationships not only with our children but so too with their whanau Remuneration and benefits Attractive remuneration designed to appeal to experienced candidates of calibre Wellness benefits A well thought out induction program A superior work environment How to apply Applications from those wanting to relocate from elsewhere within NZ are welcome. If you are based offshore and wanting to move to New Zealand and meet the requirements - please APPLY NOW. We are able to assist you with your visa requirements making the process easy and seamless. For more information, contact the team at Jobcorp for a confidential discussion. Phone during NZ business hours: Freephone 0800 67 57 47 from landline or mobile. The international landline is +64 9 271 3200 You can also visit the job board on our website to view further vacancies: https://www.jobcorp.co.nz/jobs Jobcorp owned companies include Jobcorp NZ Ltd, Jobcorp Immigration, Automotive Employment NZ and Property Employment NZ. Our company has business interests in recruitment, the provision of immigration advice, and the provision of employment relations advice.

    • Salary N/A
    • Auckland
    • Early childhood

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