Work in New Zealand
New Zealand is becoming the destination of choice for those who love the vast array of adventures it can offer along with a safe a clean environment for your family to enjoy.
There are just 4.5 million New Zealanders, scattered across 270,534 sq km: bigger than the UK with one-fourteenth the population. Filling in the gaps are the sublime forests, mountains, lakes, beaches and fiords that have made NZ one of the best hiking (locals call it ‘tramping’) destinations on Earth.
If you’re even remotely interested in rugby, you’ll have heard of NZ’s all-conquering All Blacks, who would never have become world-beaters without their formidable Maori players. But this is just one example of how Maori culture impresses itself on contemporary Kiwi life: across NZ you can hear Maori language, watch Maori TV, see main-street marae (meeting houses), join in a hangi (Maori feast) or catch a cultural performance with traditional Maori song, dance and usually a blood-curdling haka (war dance).
NZ chefs find inspiration in new-world culinary oceans, especially the Pacific with its abundant seafood and encircling cuisines.
Don’t go home without trying some Maori faves: paua (abalone), kina (sea urchin) and kumara (sweet potato) make regular menu appearances. NZ’s cool-climate wineries have been collecting wine-award trophies for decades now, and the country’s craft-beer scene is booming. Contemporary coffee culture is also firmly entrenched.
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Skills Shortage Checker
There are specific skills urgently needed in New Zealand. Check the if your skills are listed as in-demand and view the visa requirements. Find out if your skills are in demand
NZ Study & Work
If you plan to work while you study, you need to make sure that your visa allows you to work. Visit NZ study and work
NZ Ready planning tool
Use this free online tool to help you plan your move to New Zealand, ensuring you know how things work here and have a hassle-free move. Visit NZ Ready
Visa Options Check
Use the tool to identify which visas you may be eligible to apply for. Answer a few questions and it’ll point you in the right direction.
Use this interactive learning tool to help understand the way we communicate in New Zealand workplaces. Try work talk
If you are an overseas applicant wanting to work in New Zealand, Carejobz will not only help you to find the right job but will also give you the right kind of support and guide you through the processes that you will need to undertake including:
The professional registration process will take approximately 4 – 6 months and is very dependent on how quickly you return all the necessary paperwork to the appropriate registering body. Carejobz are able to offer you full guidance and support with applying for your registration. It is important that you read the guides to applying for registration carefully as your application will be returned to you if any documents are incorrect causing unnecessary delays in processing your registration.
We have outlined a number of the professional registration bodies in New Zealand below.
As costs and information change, we recommend you click on to the relevant web link below:
IELTS – English Language Test
Governments use IELTS to process immigration and student visa applications in many English-speaking countries, including Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
Even native English speakers need an English language qualification to emigrate to some English-speaking countries.
You will need to check the IELTS scores for emigration needed in the country of your choice before you book your IELTS test.
Visit http://www.ielts.org/ for more details