Relocate to New Zealand and make a positive change in your life!

With the New Zealand summer just around the corner, there has never been a better time than now to experience life in the Land of the Long White Cloud – no matter if you are a single applicant, have a partner or a family. It’s time to get out of your repetitive life in the UK and make a change for the better…

Most people will require a permanent and full time job offer in order to gain a Work Visa into New Zealand. That is where Migration Associates can assist you to evaluate your eligibility before you commit to making the move – we appreciate this is a big decision to be making.

Anyone with a trades and construction skills set will be happy to know there is currently a high levels of work in many different locations right around the country, from Auckland to the work rebuilding Christchurch or living and working in the NZ adventure capital, Queenstown – sounds fun right!?

If this work sounds of interest, please contact the team at NZ Skills In Demand on 07447631518 or mark.morrison@nzskillsindemand.co.nz to discuss the next steps of realising your dream of relocating to a different country to experience a new culture; living a more balanced lifestyle in a country where the sun shines a lot more and the people are friendly and welcoming. At the same time you’ll be in a country that is experiencing long term work and an economy that is moving on in leaps and bounds…so much so that there are more people heading to New Zealand from Australia than the other way round for the first time in years.

In most cases job interviews are completed in the UK, which means you can stay here to process your visa and look after the plans to move out to NZ. You have so much to gain, and so little to lose.

The following list of occupations are in demand NOW, so if your occupation is below we would love to hear from you.

Alternatively you can register for one of our upcoming “This is New Zealand” seminar in order to find out more about life and work in New Zealand. Seminars are held in London, Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow. Click here for more info and to register.