Has New Zealand been on your radar for a while?
New Zealand Skills in Demand have a fantastic opportunity for qualified Construction Project Managers in various cities around New Zealand.
Ideally you will be familiar with:
domestic and commercial projects
the whole life cycle of a project from scoping and tendering of works
planning and setting up of projects
sub-contract selection and appointment
management and control of the construction works through to close out and hand over of project, and financial close.
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.
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 email@example.com
If you're interested in working and living in New Zealand please fill out our free initial visa evaluation form today.
Register for one of our Seminars
In November 2018, Migration Associates and New Zealand Skills in Demand are hosting Seminars across the UK for those who want to find out more about living and working in New Zealand.
New Zealand’s largest Trade Recruiter will be coming from New Zealand to attend these Seminars, and for those with the right skills set, interviews will be conducted before, during and after the seminars in London, Birmingham, Manchester and Bristol for 2018/19 positions across New Zealand – this means you could walk away with a New Zealand job offer!
This is a unique opportunity for you to speak to representatives of New Zealand’s largest Trade Recruiter regarding employment opportunities across New Zealand in 2018/2019 face to face.
Book into a Seminar today: