Has New Zealand been on your radar for a while?
Our partners New Zealand Skills in Demand are seeking an experienced Joiner/Kitchen fitter for a permanent role in Queenstown.
The client is looking for an experienced Joiner/Kitchen fitter with at least 10+ years experience - either working as a 2IC in a joinery workshop or running one themselves.
Duties will include:
Going to site to take measurements and design kitchens. You would then program machinery and take materials back to site for fitting
Managing and running a team
Manage the running of the workshop
The ideal candidate will:
Have experience working with natural timber
Have experience working on building sites
Be comfortable and confident running a whole workshop
Salary could exceed 100k for the right person as well as many other benefits to be discussed.
The client we are recruiting on behalf of were established back in 1996. Now with over two decades of experience supplying temporary and permanent workers to the trades and industrial sectors, this client has grown to become the industry leader. Through consistent action the client has connected more than 25,000 New Zealand workers with upwards of 5,000 local businesses of all shapes and sizes over the years.
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’s largest Trade Recruiter will be coming from New Zealand to attend our November Seminars and are potentially interviewing for this role at the sessions. That means if you attend a Seminar and have the right skill set you could potentially walk away with a New Zealand job offer!* This is a unique opportunity to speak to these representatives face-to-face.
If you feel that you would be suitable for this role, please get started on your journey today: