Career Development – How do you stand out from the crowd when trying to find work?
To find out your top Character Strengths click here:
- salt Preferred Supplier – dynamic team of HR and recruitment professionals
- CONNEX recruitment – specialise in full service, white collar recruitment – industry wide!
- Quest Recruitment – recruitment solutions with branches in North Shore, South Auckland, West Auckland, CBD, Northland as well as Queensland, Australia
- Momentum – human resource consultancy services
- Sheffield – solutions spanning Recruitment, Executive Search, Executive Leasing, Organisation Development, Reward and Governance. Knowledge in one adds depth to another.
Job Description Sites:
- One Net Centre – occupational information, providing comprehensive information on key attributes and characteristics of workers and occupations
- Career Videos – If you are looking for some information about a specific type of job or are just curious about other career paths, there are over 350 career videos for you to browse through and watch.
Training and Development
Building Your Business
- Auckland ATEED will help you set up your business, provide advice, assess whether your business is eligible for grants and on it goes.
Great place to start if you’re starting out with your own business.
- Free business mentor – Independent Volunteer Mentors when you need them.
- The Presenters’ Platform – Paulus Romijn, TV Presenting and Media trainer
- NZ Immigration – short and long term Essential Skills in Demand Lists
- What can I do with my career/subject? – What can I do with my Degree/Subject? Possible career paths for some of the more popular subject areas.
- NZ Industry Job Profiles – Job interest areas. These profiles contain information about New Zealand industries, including trends, facts and statistics, training information, and the sorts of jobs people do in these areas.
- NZ Skill shortages – Skill shortages in New Zealand. Over the past few years you will have heard various references to skill and labour shortages and different skills being in high demand in New Zealand. What does this all mean and how does it impact on your child’s future career?