Variety of job opportunities for foreigners in the Construction and Building industry in New Zealand. Jobs available for foreigners holding a valid NZ work permit or Working Holiday Visa. Why get a construction job in New Zealand? Join a dynamic industry with excellent rates. Get a job after landing in New Zealand and enjoy the
Construction & Building companies in New Zealand are looking for Machine Operators, mainly with WTR license. Wheels, Tracks and Rollers Specialists are required in Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington and all over New Zealand. Most demanded jobs: Excavator Operator, Digger Driver, Cement Spreader, Civil Drainlayer. Job requirements: WTR Endorsed License Safety gear (PPE) You must be able
The region of Canterbury and mainly the city of Christchurch is always demanding a huge amount of construction workers. Due to the Canterbury rebuild the whole region is under construction. In the residential sector, the earthquake repairs and the new buildings are requiring: builders, carpenters, hammer hands, labourers, EQR workers, painters, and more construction workers.
We are very happy to announce that we are now listed on the official Careers page of the New Zealand Government! This truly is a milestone for our team and we are excited for the future as things begin to get in shape with more and more companies trusting us and a lot of employees
Construction and building activity in Auckland is growing driven by the commercial and residential sector. As a result, projects are constantly starting and creating new jobs. The city is demanding more construction workers than any other city in New Zealand. Construction companies and recruitment agencies are in need of project managers, laborers, machine operators, and
Just landed in Auckland, Christchurch or any other city of New Zealand with a valid work permit or Working Holiday Visa? You should know that getting a job in construction is a very good option to start working right away. The main reason is the construction industry in New Zealand is very dynamic so is
Hammerhands are probably one of the most valuable and productive workers in the construction industry. They can do almost anything with little or no supervision. And usually, participate in several stages of a building project. That’s why construction companies in New Zealand are listing job offers every day. To apply for a Hammer-Hand job you
For those who are new in the construction industry with no qualification or experience, labouring is probably the best option. Labourers are one of the most demanded positions in New Zealand’s building sector. Working as construction labourer can be hard and dirty but is a great opportunity for learning how to use manual and powered