Work Visa Changes to Minimum Income Thresholds

Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has revised the minimum income thresholds which must be met by visa applicants who want to support a dependent child visitor visa, or a dependent child student visa.

In general, applicants who receive an offer of skilled employment and apply for a work visa are allowed to support additional temporary visa applications for their partners and their dependent children, subject to meeting the various requirements. In order to do so, INZ must determine that the main applicant has an offer of employment in a higher-skilled or mid-skilled occupation.  These levels are determined by the ANZSCO description of the occupation and the remuneration rate:

Remuneration ANZSCO 1-3 ANZSCO 4-5
$37.50+ per hour High High
$21.25 - $37.50 per hour Mid Low
Less than $21.25 per hour Low Low

However, visa applicants who wish to support a dependent child visa must also meet INZ’s revised minimum annual income threshold of at least NZD$43,322.76 per annum. If you receive an offer of employment in New Zealand and intend to include your children in your visa application, you must ensure that you meet the new minimum income threshold:

Hours per week Hourly rate of pay Annual Salary
40 $21.25 $44,200
30 $27.80 $45,368

Immigration New Zealand updates these salary thresholds annually to ensure that visa applicants have sufficient income to support themselves and their families while in New Zealand.

If you are considering applying for work in New Zealand or have received an offer of employment,  and you would like our assistance with visa applications for you and your family, contact us today.

Stone Masons Required in NZ

It's no secret - New Zealand is a beautiful place. As well as breath-taking scenery, we have great people and a great culture, so it's no wonder that it's consistently ranked as one of the best places to live and work in the world.

Our strategic partner New Zealand Skills in Demand are assisting to source candidates for a client in need of a Stone Mason.

It can be a daunting task to start life in a new country, but New Zealand Skills in Demand have been bringing people into NZ for the last 7 years, and they can help in every aspect of relocating.

The position is focused within the Landscaping industry and will be located within the Hawkes Bay region of New Zealand.

Ideal skill requirements:

  • To be fully aware of the Companies Health and Safety policies, as they relate to your role and to embrace and encourage a Healthy and Safe culture for all staff and clients.

  • Must be a competent Tradesman.

  • Must be committed to continuous improvement to ensure that quality and service delivery are both achieved in full, and on time.

  • This position requires a high skills set. Previous experience in the occupational role will be required.

  • Previous experience with a variety of materials is required. E.g. brick, block, dry stone, etc...

  • Must be results-orientated and able to work both independently and within a team environment.

  • Must possess reasonable verbal and written communication skills.

  • Maintains a good standard of health.

  • Must be fit to perform expected work tasks which may include heavy lifting.

If this sounds like something you are looking for please act now before the position is filled.  If you would like to apply for this role, please carry out the following:

1. Email ammar@nzskillsindemand.co.nz with your CV

2. Fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa.

3. Attend a free Webinar with This is New Zealand

Don't let Brexit delay your backpacking plans - A NZ adventure awaits!

The “Brexit blues” is being blamed for a disastrous fall in spending by British tourists in New Zealand.

Recent statistics showing a 23% drop in the number of British backpackers arriving in New Zealand has worried tourist operators and accommodation providers. The fall in the number of young European backpackers will have a particularly detrimental effect on regional employers, who depend on hard-working and enthusiastic young people to work in seasonal industries. Employers in a variety of local sectors, including hospitality, tourism, farming and construction, say that young travellers are essential to cover labour shortages, particularly during the peak of seasonal industries.

Borey Chum, Managing Director of Migration Associates, says that “young Britons should not be deterred from embarking on a New Zealand adventure. With the numerous beaches, scenic vistas, adrenaline-fuelled activities and great weather for most of the year, New Zealand has a huge amount to offer working holiday applicants.”

New Zealand represents a particularly great opportunity for young people with qualifications and experience in a variety of occupations, including trades and construction workers. Demand for skilled workers is high, with plenty of employment opportunities available for people with the right attitude and skill-set. Migration Associates works closely with NZ Skills In Demand, who may be able to assist with arranging a job offer before working holiday applicants even arrive here. “We’ve been able to assist hundreds of clients based in the United Kingdom to apply for and obtain their work visas while they are still in the UK,” says Mr Chum. “They arrive in New Zealand to a great lifestyle, and earning money from day one. We are particularly in need of construction workers”.

British citizens also have the advantage of being able to apply for a generous Working Holiday Visa (WHV), which enables them to travel around New Zealand, seeing the sights and earning money while they’re here. There is no limit to the number of UK citizens who can be granted the WHVs, which allow a stay in New Zealand for up to 23 months including 12 months of work rights. The WHV is a hugely popular way for young people to experience some of what New Zealand has to offer, with thousands of young people from all over the world arriving every year for their New Zealand adventure and some end up making New Zealand their home.

People interested in travelling to New Zealand to pursue new employment opportunities or enjoy a holiday adventure can complete a free online NZ visa evaluation. to enable Migration Associates to advise on WHV eligibility and to connect you with New Zealand Skills in Demand, who works with many New Zealand employers, including one of New Zealand’s largest trade recruiter. Migration Associates and New Zealand Skills in Demand have a proven track-record, assisting hundreds of clients embark on their New Zealand adventure and ensuring that their visa applications go smoothly and assist working holiday applicants to obtain employment before arriving in New Zealand.

“Don’t let the Brexit blues get you down,” urges Mr Chum. “New Zealand represents a fantastic opportunity for travellers to experience a great lifestyle while earning an income. Don’t hold off, life is short and therefore make the move to New Zealand and have no regrets – the lifestyle in New Zealand is amazing and there are a lot of employment opportunities for working holiday applicants so come out and have some fun”.

For more information on the Working Holiday Visa, and the jobs that NZ Skills In Demand may be able to help you with, click here.

Trading / Operating Officer/Manager in Aluminium Fabrication Industry - NZ

Our partners New Zealand Skills in Demand are urgently looking for a Trading / Operating Officer/Manager for a client in the Aluminium Industry, in Waikato and the surrounding area.

Core skills and requirements to fulfil this role:

  • To be fully aware of the Companies Health and Safety policies, as they relate to your role and to embrace and encourage a Healthy and Safe culture for all staff and visitors to the premises.

  • To ensure that service excellence is maintained at the branch, by producing high - quality products on time, and growing the business generally.

  • Must be a competent tradesman and able to train others.

  • Must be committed to continuous improvement to ensure that quality and service delivery are both achieved in full, and on time.

  • To read drawings and plans and be able to produce factory work sheets and fabricate products as per drawings.

  • Most customer products require engineered drawings these days ( OH&S impact ) so you must either ensure the customer provides such confirmation or have independent certification where appropriate. This is non-negotiable.

  • May from time to time be required to provide Producer Statements, documentation or engineered drawings.

  • Must possess a minimum of 5 years’ experience in the aluminium/metal sector.

  • Must commit to completing quotes and producing products within the company guidelines.

  • Demonstrated aptitude for problem-solving; ability to determine solutions for customers.

  • Must be results-orientated and able to work both independently and within a team environment.

  • Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills. 

  • Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Suite applications, knowledge of CAD and Revit, and other software programs that may from time to time be introduced.

  • The role will require a current driver’s licence.

  • Understanding of OHS requirements.

  • Has the ability to assimilate technical information and communicate with other technical staff and industry professionals.

  • Maintains a good standard of health, Consent to pre-employment medical and drug check.

  • Must be fit to perform expected work tasks including regular heavy lifting.

 

Fabricated Products incorporates the following but is not limited to:

  • Fences and Gates

  • Flashings

  • Walkways

  • Platforms

  • Balustrades

  • Ladders

  • Scaffolding

  • Louvres & Screens ( Privacy or Industrial)

  • Custom manufactured products to suit specific needs

  • Any other products introduced to enhance the sales potential of the division

Day to day operational requirements to fulfil this role:

  • Able or trained to ensure for all quotations, the information is captured and responded to in accordance with company guidelines.

  • Can quantify products, labour, logistics and consumables in preparation of quotations.

  • Manufacture – cost effective / on time / to specification.

  • Development & upkeep of all product lines included within the fabricated products portfolio where applicable.

  • A self-disciplined and confident individual.

  • At ease with architects, project managers, quantity surveyors and builders on-site..

  • Develop an enduring personal relationship of service excellence with key customers.

  • At ease with suppliers mainly in the powder-coating arena where exposure to non-conformance suppliers could destabilise any progress.

  • Calculate for and sub-contract out installations where required.

  • Allow for logistical costs in all calculations.

  • Allow for accurate labour costs in all calculations.

  • Allow for accurate materials costs in all calculations.

If you would like to apply for this role, please carry out the following:

1. Email ammar@nzskillsindemand.co.nz with your CV

2. Fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa.

3. Attend a free Webinar with This is New Zealand

Latest updates to the Essential Skills in Demand Lists – some exciting additions!

The New Zealand government recognises that there is a significant shortage of skilled labour in a variety of occupation industries in New Zealand. Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has three “Essential Skills in Demand” lists, which make it easier for employees to recruit and employ non-New Zealand citizens and residents for roles which are included on those lists.

INZ has just released updates to the Essential Skills in Demand Lists (ESID), which includes the replacement of the Intermediate Skills Shortage List with a new one called the Regional Skill Shortage List. Where an occupation is on one of the ESIDs, it is an acknowledgement that it is difficult to find suitable New Zealanders to fill those role in those occupations, and therefore the process of recruiting migrant workers has been simplified.

Here is a brief outline of each of the lists, with an explanation of what occupations have been added to or amended on them:

 

Long Term Skills Shortage List (LTSSL):

The LTSSL is a list of skilled occupation that are in sustained shortage throughout New Zealand. Occupations included in the list include occupation in engineering, ICT, health and social services and electricians.

The outcome of the latest review has been to add ‘Aged Care Registered Nurse’ to the LTSSL, and amend and extend the “Construction Project Manager” listing.

 

Regional Skills Shortage List (RSSL):

The Regional Skills Shortage List will replace the Intermediate Skills Shortage List, and provides a list of various occupations where there is a skill shortage in a particular regions. The RSSL is divided into 15 regions identified as having an immediate shortage of skilled workers in particular occupations. Early Childhood Teacher, Primary School Teacher and Secondary School Teacher have been added to the RSSL for all regions – great news for people wishing to gain employment as teachers in New Zealand!

 

Construction and Infrastructure Skill Shortage List (CISSL):

The CISSL is divided into the same 15 regions as the RSSL, and contains construction-related occupations which are in immediate, short-term shortage across the country. The occupation of Building Associate has been added to the list, and Plumber has now been added to all the listed regions.

 

The proposed changes will be implemented on 27 May, and come at a time when INZ is facing increasing criticism over extensive delays in visa processing times, which is causing problems for many visa applicants and their employers.

If you believe any of this will affect you and your application, please get in touch with one of our Licensed Immigration Advisers in either the UK or NZ office:

UK Office: +44 (0) 148 355 0920

NZ Office: +64 03 355 1495

Or email info@migrationassociates.co.uk

Increase to minimum income level required to support dependent children in New Zealand

Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has released its latest amendment circular containing updates to the current immigration policy.

 The latest update includes the following changes:

  • The minimum income required for Essential Skills work visa holders to support visitor visa applications for their dependent children has been increased to $43,322.76 per annum. Essential Skills work visa holders who earn less than that will not be able to support to support visitor visa applications for their dependent children.

  • Following the major changes to post-study work visas that were implemented last year, the Pathway Student visa pilot has been extended to 24 November 2019.

  • The List of Qualifications Exempt From Assessment (LQEA) has been updated. The list of qualifications recognised by INZ has been expanded to include a large number of newly-recognised qualifications from countries including Canada, Hungary, Sweden and Poland.

  •  Updating the New Zealand Residence Programme planning range to 50,000 to 60,000 from 1 July 2018 to 31 December 2019. Immigration remains a hot political issue. It is clear that the Minister of Immigration is actively working to implement changes across the board, which appears to include the  targeted reduction of the total number of Skilled Migrant category residence visa approvals.

 If you need any more information on these latest updates then please get in touch with one of our Licensed Immigration Advisers in either the UK or NZ office:

UK Office: +44 (0) 148 355 0920

NZ Office: +64 03 355 1495

Or email info@migrationassociates.co.uk

NZ Job Adverts continue to rise 1.2 per cent in March 2019

The latest report from Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment showed that online advertisements increased by 1.2 per cent in the March 2019 quarter, slightly lower than the December 2018 quarter's 1.4 per cent increase. Here are the report highlights:

  • Among the nine industry groups, the Primary sector had strong growth, especially in the Manawatu-Whanganui and Taranaki, and Otago-Southland regions. The IT industries grew strongly in Nelson/Tasman/Marlborough/West Coast, Otago-Southland, and Wellington.

  • The strongest percentage increase in online advertising over the quarter came from the Labourers occupational group in most regions. The next highest increase was in the Community and Personal Services occupational group, which grew the most in Gisborne/Hawke's Bay, and the Bay of Plenty regions.

  • Over the year, the largest increases in online advertisements by broad skill level groupings were for highly-skilled and skilled jobs.

  • Provincial New Zealand and the Wellington region led the growth in job advertisements over the quarter. However, given the size of Auckland, and Wellington they are amongst the top three regions for the number ofadvertisements during the quarter. When taking into account the relative size of regions, Wellington, Otago-Southland, and Auckland had the greatest growth. Over the year, Wellington, Auckland, and Otago-Southland were the main contributors to the overall increase.

Full the full MBIE labour market report, click here.

Ceiling Fixer Positions 2019 - New Zealand


Our partners New Zealand Skills in Demand are seeking qualified Ceiling Fixers for full-time permanent and working holiday visa roles across New Zealand. They offer a free service to place candidates in NZ roles. 

Ideal candidates will have:

  • At least 3 years full-time experience.

  • Qualifications are desirable

  • You’'ll need your own tools

  • You must have suspended ceiling, solid plasterboard and metal stud partitioning experience

  • A CV is a must. You must also be able to provide written references and an oral reference will be taken as part of the process.

  • You will need a vehicle to transport yourself to your work-site.

    Opportunities are on-going and start dates are flexible – New Zealand Skills In Demand will provide you with relocation advice including visas, shipping, banking, money transfer and support before you arrive in New Zealand.

Start the process now: 

1. Email ammar@nzskillsindemand.co.nz with your CV

2. Fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa.

3. Attend a free Webinar with This is New Zealand

Concreters needed in New Zealand

New Zealand Skills In Demand are looking for Concreters for positions in New Zealand.

You will need:

  • Minimum 2 years’ experience

  • Trade qualified desirable

  • Your own tools

  • Previous experience required with pouring, screeding and finishing along with some commercial experience

You’ll be working on a range of projects including commercial and residential.

Ideally you’ll have experience in the construction industry and mechanical expertise would be a benefit. You may also need a full drivers licence and current CSCS card / equivalent.

Hard-working with a can-do attitude, good attention to detail and flexible approach to work. Punctual and reliable with good communication skills as well as the ability to work well in a team.

If you’d like to be considered please:

1. Email ammar@nzskillsindemand.co.nz with your CV

2. Fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa.

3. Attend a Seminar or Webinar with This is New Zealand

Cabinet Maker positions New Zealand

Our partners New Zealand Skills in Demand have a client who require Cabinet Makers in various locations around New Zealand. They offer a free service to place candidates in NZ roles. 

Role requirements:

  • Minimum 3 years’ experience

  • Trade qualified desirable

  • Needs own tools

  • Must be able to read/interpret drawings and have kitchen installation experience

Opportunities are on-going and start dates are flexible – New Zealand Skills In Demand will provide you with relocation advice including visas, shipping, banking, money transfer and support once you arrive in New Zealand.

Start the process now: 

1. Email ammar@nzskillsindemand.co.nz with your CV

2. Fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa.

3. Attend a Seminar or Webinar with This is New Zealand

Bricklayer Positions 2019 - New Zealand

Our partners New Zealand Skills in Demand are seeking qualified/non-qualified Bricklayers for full-time permanent roles and working holiday visa roles across New Zealand. They offer a free service to place candidates in NZ roles. 

Role requirements:

  • Minimum 3 years’ experience

  • Trade qualified desirable

  • Need own tools

  • Must be willing to mix own concrete/mortar

  • Be able to read and interpret drawings

You will be involved in residential, commercial and infrastructure projects (depending on experience). Those with general building/carpentry skills will be preferred. 

Ideal candidates will have a wide range of experience on both commercial and residential sites, and have at least 3 years full-time experience. 

A CV is a must. You must also be able to provide written references and an oral reference will be taken as part of the process. 

Starting rate for qualified bricklayers in New Zealand is $23 - 28 NZD per hour (dependant on skills, qualifications and experience). 

You must supply your own hand-tools and will likely need a vehicle to transport yourself to your worksite. 

Opportunities are on-going and start dates are flexible – New Zealand Skills In Demand will provide you with relocation advice including visas, shipping, insurance, banking, money transfer and support before you arrive in New Zealand. 

Start the process now: 

1. Email ammar@nzskillsindemand.co.nz with your CV

2. Fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa.

3. Register for a Webinar to find out more.

HVAC Engineer Positions 2019 - New Zealand

Our partners New Zealand Skills in Demand are seeking qualified Heat and Ventilation Air Conditioning (HVAC) Engineers for full-time permanent roles in cities such as Christchurch, Auckland and Queenstown. They offer a free service to place candidates in NZ roles. 

Ideal candidates will have experience on both commercial and residential sites, at least 3 years full-time experience and a relevant trade qualification. You must also be licensed, and you’ll need your own tools.

Must have installation, diagnostic and maintenance experience – ideally both

A CV is a must. You must also be able to provide written references and an oral reference will be taken as part of the process.

Permanent full time contracts are on offer. You will be "on the books" as opposed to working self-employed meaning you will enjoy 4 weeks paid annual leave, and your employer pays a levy to cover health insurance and contributes to your retirement savings scheme. 

Opportunities are on-going and start dates are flexible – New Zealand Skills In Demand will provide you with relocation advice including visas, shipping, banking, money transfer and support before you arrive in New Zealand. 

Start the process now: 

1. Email ammar@nzskillsindemand.co.nz with your CV

2. Fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa

3. Attend a Seminar or Webinar with This is New Zealand

Working Holiday Visa Hammerhand Positions - New Zealand

Our partners New Zealand Skills in Demand are seeking Hammerhands for full-time permanent roles in NZ. 

Requirements

  • Need to be prepared and able to mix concrete, plaster and mortar and be willing to do heavy labouring

  • Require experience operating power tools

  • Minimum 2 years residential and/or commercial experience

  • Need own tools

You will be involved in residential, commercial and infrastructure projects (depending on experience). 

A CV is a must. You must also be able to provide written references and an oral reference will be taken as part of the process. 

Opportunities are on-going and start dates are flexible – New Zealand Skills In Demand will provide you with relocation advice including visas, shipping, insurance, banking, money transfer and support before you arrive in New Zealand. 

Start the process now: 

1. Email ammar@nzskillsindemand.co.nz with your CV

2. Fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa.

3. Attend a Seminar or Webinar with This is New Zealand

Plumbers/gas fitters

Plumbers are being sought for permanent positions across New Zealand.

Requirements:

  • Need to be fully NZ registered and licensed

  • Have 2 years minimum industrial/commercial experience

  • Any gas fitting experience would be an advantage

  • Residential only experience will be considered

  • Ideally need to have new install, maintenance/servicing and repair experience

  • Need own tools

 

 To be considered you will need:

  • Current NZ Plumbing Certification (PGDB registration)

  • Current clean driver's license

  • Proven industry experience

  • 2 Work References

 

A CV is a must. An oral reference will be taken as part of the process.

NZ Skills in Demand help you by preparing you and your documents for the NZ marketplace, before putting you forward to willing and able employers at the RIGHT time. This negates the need for you to take a scatter-gun approach with your CV, or (in most cases) having to worry about flying to NZ for interviews. Best of all, they are a free service!

New Zealand is currently experiencing huge growth in our Trades sector so don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to live the "kiwi" lifestyle, get in touch with NZ Skills in Demand today and get started on your journey. 

For more information on these positions, please email ammar@nzskillsindemand.co.nz 

If you're interested in working and living in New Zealand please fill out our free initial visa evaluation form today.

WTR Operator Positions - Permanent - New Zealand

Our partners New Zealand Skills in Demand are seeking WTR Operators for roles in cities such as Christchurch, Auckland, Wellington and Queenstown. They offer a free service to place candidates in NZ roles. 

Role requirements:

  • NZ Class 2 licence ideal otherwise capacity to WTR is limited to 18T and lower pay would be offered.

  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience on multiple machines including Excavators, Diggers, Bulldozers and Graders

  • WTR Operators will be expected to get involved in other aspects of work, not just operating machinery. You MUST be prepared to labour as well. E.g. digging holes, operating vac trucks, unloading and loading. Some roles for example require 50% operating and 50% labouring. 

  • A CV is a must. You must also be able to provide written references and an oral reference will be taken as part of the process. 

  • Starting rate for licensed WTR Operators in New Zealand is $20 - 23 NZD per hour and will increase according to skills, experience and qualifications. 

     

Opportunities are on-going and start dates are flexible – New Zealand Skills In Demand will provide you with relocation advice including visas, shipping, insurance, banking, money transfer and support before you arrive in New Zealand. 

Start the process now: 

1. Email ammar@nzskillsindemand.co.nz with your CV

2. Fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa.

3. Attend a Seminar or Webinar with This is New Zealand

CNC Operator

Our strategic partner, New Zealand Skills in Demand are a UK based, Kiwi owned and operated, resourcing company lining up great international candidates with New Zealand companies. They are seeking CNC Operators who work in engineering, or timber joinery. Skills in Demand offer a free service to place candidates in NZ roles.

Ideal applicants will ideally:

  • Have a minimum of 3 years experience

  • Trade qualified is desireable

  • Previous experience of Fanuc, Seimens and/or Heidenhain controllers

  • Have a current C.V. detailing past work experience related to the CNC Operators field and listing all relevant qualifications.

To be considered for the roles you must be able to demonstrate the following:

  • Be comfortable working unsupervised

  • Good references to evidence your work history.

  • Have a genuine interest in living and working in New Zealand, maybe with a view to residency.

NZ Skills in Demand help you by preparing you and your documentation for the NZ marketplace, before putting you forward to willing and able employers at the RIGHT time.

This negates the need for you to take a scatter-gun approach with your CV, or (in most cases) having to worry about flying to NZ for interviews.

New Zealand is currently experiencing huge growth in our Trades sector so don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to live the "kiwi" lifestyle, get in touch with NZ Skills in Demand today and get started on your journey!

1. Email ammar@nzskillsindemand.co.nz with your CV

2. Fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa.

3. Attend a Seminar or Webinar with This is New Zealand

Scaffolder Positions 2019 - New Zealand

Our partners New Zealand Skills in Demand are seeking qualified Scaffolders for temporary and permanent roles across New Zealand.

Ideal candidates will have

  • At least 3 years experience

  • A minimum of 2 years Tube and Clip experience as well as having a NVQ Level 3/Advanced ticket or equivalent.

  • Layher and Kwikstage experience is also required

  • You will need your own tools

  • You will likely need a vehicle to transport yourself to your work site. 

A CV is a must. You must also be able to provide written references and an oral reference will be taken as part of the process.

Opportunities are on-going and start dates are flexible – New Zealand Skills In Demand will provide you with relocation advice including visas, shipping, banking, money transfer and support before you arrive in New Zealand.

Start the process now: 

1. Email ammar@nzskillsindemand.co.nz with your CV

2. Fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa.

3. Attend a Seminar or Webinar with This is New Zealand

Diesel Mechanics

Are you looking for the chance to make the move to New Zealand?

New Zealand Skills in Demand has an incredible opportunity for experienced Diesel Mechanics to work in Wellington and various other cities.

You will ideally be trade qualified and auto electrical experience would be beneficial for your application. Have long haul/fleet/truck/bus experience with “big brand” vehicles such as Volvo, Scania, MAN, Cummins and Mercedes, also heavy plant.  You should be competent working on engines as well as transmissions as well as the rest of the vehicle.

Experience attending on-site breakdowns and working in workshop would be ideal.

Daily tasks may involve:

  • tune-up’s and replacing engines

  • servicing, installing and repairing diesel engines

  • performing diagnostics and fault finding and providing a solution

  • maintaining truck running gear, brakes, suspension, lubes etc

With huge growth in the trades sector of New Zealand this is a great opportunity to get your foot in the door and get started with a new job in New Zealand. Experience the "kiwi" lifestyle and get in touch today with New Zealand Skills in Demand team to get started!

For more information on these positions, please email ammar@nzskillsindemand.co.nz

If you're interested in working and living in New Zealand please fill out our free initial visa evaluation form today.

Electricians

New Zealand Skills in Demand are seeking Electricians for permanent roles in Dunedin, Wellington, Hamilton and other areas.

Requirements:

  • You will need at lease 2 years experience post qualification and have experience installing cable trays and plastic/steel trunking/ conduit

    You must also supply a CV. You must also be able to provide written references and an oral reference will be taken as part of the process.

  • Industrial / commercial background is ideal

  • You’ll need your own tools

You need to have full NZ registration to apply for this role. If you do not yet have EWRB registration you can complete the full registration course in London (details can be seen here - http://gbconstructiontraining.com/ and the course costs £1500.)

If you can make the UK course option work, please let Ammar Yousef at NZ Skills in Demand know as they are able to line up interviews with employers who will make you a job offer (subject to a successful interview) which is conditional upon you passing your UK coursework. This gives people the confidence to then commit the time and money to passing the course, knowing they have a job guaranteed at the end of it.

NZ Skills in Demand help you by preparing you and your documents for the NZ marketplace, before putting you forward to willing and able employers at the RIGHT time. This negates the need for you to take a scatter-gun approach with your CV, or (in most cases) having to worry about flying to NZ for interviews. Best of all, they are a free service!

New Zealand is currently experiencing huge growth in our Trades sector so don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to live the "kiwi" lifestyle, get in touch with NZ Skills in Demand today and get started on your journey. 

For more information on these positions, please email ammar@nzskillsindemand.co.nz

If you're interested in working and living in New Zealand please fill out our free initial visa evaluation form today.

Trade Assistant Plumber positions - for Working Holiday Visas

Are you interested in a move to New Zealand under a Working Holiday Visa (WHV), which will allow you to work for 12 months?

New Zealand needs Trade Assistant Plumbers who qualify for Working Holiday Visas.

Requirements:

  • Minimum UK NVQ Level 2 Plumbing qualification required and have at least 2 years industrial/commercial experience

  • Any gas fitting experience would be an advantage

  • Residential only experience will be considered

  • Need own tools

For more information on the New Zealand Working Holiday Visa – please Click Here

NZ Skills in Demand is a NZ and UK based company. They help set up job interviews for people like you and help you through the process of getting out to New Zealand.  

They work with all trades but they are finding that there is huge demand for TA Plumbers.

If you have experience in the Commercial and Domestic Plumbing industry then they we want to speak to you.

The process to work as a Plumbers TA is quite straight forward. You do not need to become NZ registered to be able to work in New Zealand.

Please get in touch with Ammar Yousef if you are keen to make the move to New Zealand in 2018.

1. Email ammar@nzskillsindemand.co.nz with your CV

2. Fill out our free initial evaluation form for us to assess you eligibility for a NZ Visa.

3. Attend a Seminar or Webinar with This is New Zealand