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Transport and Logistics industry

Waka Kawe me te Whāngaitanga

Transport and logistics may be for you if you are interested in:

  • operating vehicles such as ships, trains or aeroplanes
  • customer service
  • servicing, maintaining and operating specialised equipment 
  • using planning and decision-making skills, and following schedules or plans
  • arranging the purchase, sale, storage and transportation of goods.

Contact us

Call us on 0800 222 733

Types of Jobs

No qualifications to Trade Certificate Job opportunities 
Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Average
Aircraft Loader Average
Aircraft Refueller Poor
Bus Driver Good
Check-in Agent Average
Courier/Postie Average
Deckhand Average
Delivery Driver Average
Driving Instructor Poor
Marine Engineer Good
Flight Attendant Average
Forklift Operator Good
Furniture Packer/Mover Good
Heavy Truck Driver Average
Importer/Exporter Good
Mail Sorter Average
Railway Shunter Average
Ship's Officer Good
Ship's Master Good
Stevedore Average
Storeperson Good
Taxi Driver/Chauffeur Average
Tow Truck Operator Average
Train Conductor Average
Train Controller Poor
Train Driver Good
Diploma Job opportunities 
Aeroplane Pilot Good
Air Traffic Controller Poor
Flying Instructor Average
Helicopter Pilot Poor
Degree Job opportunities 
Purchasing/Supply Officer Average
Procurement Manager Good

If you like these jobs you may also like jobs in:

A freight train in a railyard

Work in this industry may involve operating specialised vehicles such as freight trains

Four flight attendants walking through and airport

Flight attendants make sure that passengers travelling in aeroplanes are safe and comfortable

Bryan Saril picking up a cardboard box

Courier Bryan Saril picks up a parcel for delivery

Updated 28 Jan 2013