In recruitment, attracting the best talent within a competitive job market has always been the most vital aspect of the growth and success of any business. Although this principal still stands tall, recent employment trends have continued to indicate that an increasing amount of working professionals are turning to freelance/contractor work. Is this where the future of employment is heading? And are the benefits that much better than permanent work? Well, just like anything else, this decision depends on your individual situation and your preferences.
It seems that many young New Zealanders do not see the manufacturing industry as a viable career option. After examining the exciting and technical path that the industry is currently taking, there seems to be an obvious trend. The industry is growing towards the youth of our nation and infiltrating schools and universities around New Zealand. Read more
According to industry group, CCNZ (Civil Contractors New Zealand), the construction industry in New Zealand will require another 30,000 workers by 2019 as the construction industry is expected to grow 4.7%, which is twice the national growth rate, by 2019. Read more
Its a great time to be a job hunter in New Zealand! The Strength of the employment market in New Zealand continues according to the 70,000+ vacancies that were listed on Trade Me Jobs in the second quarter of 2017. Read more
It has been a busy winter for New Zealand’s technical sectors and Maintenance Engineers are in high demand for a number of our clients. Opportunities exist across several industries including Food/FMCG, as well as heavy industry, manufacturing and service. Our friendly team of specialist consultants have a great mix of roles across both islands. Click on any of the links below, if you are interested: Read more
We have vacancies around the country for people with experience in Electricity Distribution networks. Specifically, these vacancies are in new connection design and project management and in Estimating and leading teams of estimators. If you know the New Zealand power industry and are looking for new challenges and a chance to progress, let’s talk. Email Daniel at: firstname.lastname@example.org and let’s exchange details.
We’re finding there is a demand for people in the power distribution industry at all levels from Line Mechanics to Network General Managers. We need people who have experience and knowledge in the NZ power industry, however don’t let that stop you talking to us.
Here’s a sample of the vacancies we have on the go at the moment: General Manager Networks, Estimating Team Leaders (x2), Strategic Network Planning Lead, Design & Estimating Manager, Network Project Manager, Substation Maintainer, Line Mechanics (x4), Asset Specialist Transformers & Ground-mounted Switchgear, QSE Assessor – Overhead lines …….. just to name a few.
If you think you’ve got what it takes and are on the market for a move, a new challenge or that next career step, let’s talk! You can get hold of Daniel at email@example.com or by phone on 0800 171 000 (within NZ) or +64 4 472 6553 internationally.
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