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Showing 1-10/4044 results for you’ll go a long way. Knowledge of New Zealand and local culture and heritage is a real asset. And because employers and customers are keen on people who have the X-factor.
Librarians develop, organise and manage library services such as collections of information, recreational resources and reader information services.
Recruitment consultants help match people with jobs. They work with candidates (people looking for work) and clients (employers looking for staff).
Customs officers control the entry and departure of goods, ships, planes and people to and from New Zealand.
Real estate agents arrange property and house sales for clients.
Going for an interview in New Zealand might differ a little or a lot from interviews in your home country. Check out our suggestions to help you prepare.
Customs brokers and freight forwarders arrange the clearance (through customs) and collection of imported cargo, and the shipment of cargo for export.
Dancers entertain people by expressing ideas and emotions, usually to music, using body movements.
Get tips on how to find work if you are new to New Zealand.
Find out about different ways to research job opportunities in New Zealand.
You may already have a CV, but its style, length and content may be quite different from CVs in New Zealand. These tips will help you write your CV in a style that New Zealand employers prefer.