Many companies won’t be able to recover after the lockdown. For some time there will be a lot of local professionals available for a relocation because of that.
We will do our best to survive and be there for you when the market needs overseas engineers, trades professionals, and technicians again.
The recent open positions available in New Zealand are published in our Hot Jobs. Our team has helped people to secure good jobs across a wide range of occupations. These jobs are in the medium-range salary bracket mainly in the engineering and construction fields.
Right now we urgently need Roofers, Waterproofers and Floor Finishers. We always welcome all Electricians and Diesel Mechanics.
Carpenters are in shortage in Auckland, if you can demonstrate 3-5 years of carpentry experience, please register online now.
Please send a few words as a reminder if you have not heard from us within 48 hours. We are humans and often get a hundred CV’s a day. Please do not get upset with us! If you wish to call, then prior to calling text your name and email address, to speed up our search.
We ask questions in interviews that are specific to the position you have applied for. Prepare your responses so you can explain your functional and technical skills, family status, and reasons you wish to work in NZ. We may ask for some technical details of your job, general knowledge information applicable to your trade.
Yes, as part of the selection process you will be asked to provide at least two referees who the recruitment team can contact by phone. We prefer these referees currently are or have recently been, your direct manager or supervisor. Our recruitment manager contacts your referees once you have given your permission.
Our recruitment process also includes an online background check. We provide further information regarding this process to successful candidates during the recruitment process. We must complete these checks before you begin working.
You do not have to accept any job offer if you are not happy with it. We will keep searching until we find a suitable job for you. Before making such a decision, remember that New Zealand is a very small country in comparison, therefore the opportunities are often limited. You may want to take this factor into consideration when accepting or rejecting an offer.
Once we have secured a job offer for you, you can choose your own legal adviser, or apply for a visa by yourself, or you may use Licensed Immigration Adviser working for JPC LTD or in our associate companies, one of those is Trinity NZ Ltd. If you chose to work with people we recommend, there is no extra fee payable for this service except so-called Disbursements, extra fees disclosed below. Under new Immigration NZ requirements, these fees are payable by the applicant’s credit card. JPC has an agreement with the above organizations for immigration services for our applicants and will pay them from your contract fees. Following the Code of Conduct of Licence Immigration Advisers in New Zealand, you will sign an agreement for immigration advice and receive a copy of Advisers Professional Standards. http://iaa.govt.nz/code/index.asp
In case you are not happy with your immigration adviser, you have to express this in writing and address this letter to the company director by email or in person. You will receive first of all company Internal Complaint Procedure, which is summarised in your service agreement under Disputes. If you are still not happy, you may complain further to www.IAA.govt.nz, as per instructions below: http://iaa.govt.nz/migrant/complaints/index.asp. Work visa application fee included in your second installment and it is paid to Immigration Adviser to prepare your visa application or to a person who provides admin support with the preparation of your documents. This installment is not refundable because most often visa declined because of your unverifiable documents, your health or your police report.
If you wish to complain about our job search services, you shall follow your Service Contract Disputes procedure: write a formal letter expressing what exactly you are not happy about. The company director will evaluate your concerns and send you a formal reply. If your complaint involves the request for a refund, the evaluation takes 3 weeks. If you are not happy still, feel free to approach the Small Tribunal of New Zealand. You can find more details here: www.disputestribunal.govt.nz. An online complaint can be made here: https://www.disputestribunal.govt.nz/how-to-make-a-claim/apply-online/
Licensed Immigration adviser of your choice will apply for the work visa on your behalf. He/she will ensure that all your documents are in order to limit the chances of your application being rejected because of one or another reason. Available online instructions from the Government website will be provided to you at the visa application stage so you were fully aware of the procedure.