Working in NZ
If you have chosen to use Woburn international’s services as part of your migration journey, we may also be able to assist in finding you a job that will best match your qualification and skill set.
Woburn International job search assistance service
Job search assistance service will:
- Advise on any necessary changes to your CV, to suitably meet the NZ market and make those changes where necessary.
- Research the current employment market relevant to your qualifications, skills and experience. This includes a report with feedback and potential contacts here in NZ.
- Identify any job opportunities or potential employers relevant to you.
- Introduce you to possible employers and be a local ‘voice’ for you when applying for roles or introductions are being made.
- Follow up with prospective employers and opportunities and provide feedback and insights from this process.
Should the applications or introductions we make on your behalf lead to any initial conversations or interviews with you in person or by phone, we are able provide an additional service that includes:
- Securing and coordinating appointments for you, by phone, Skype or in person (because it is unlikely you would secure a position unless the employer meets you).
- Preparing you for your interviews.
- Managing the immigration process for you when you secure appropriate employment.
Already working here on one of the following visas?
- Post study work visa
- Working holiday visa
If you are highly qualified but working here in a role that won’t lead to a future in NZ, our job search assistance service may be able to match you with prospective employers or roles that will utilise your skills, qualifications and better support your desire to make NZ your permanent home.
Current Job Opportunities
Here are some examples of the industries and roles NZ employers need skilled employees for:
- Panel beater
- Sheet metal
- Agriculture and forestry
- University lecturer
- Specialist doctors/physicians
- Construction and building
- Project managers
- Quantity surveys