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Threats Science Internship, Science and Policy Group

Vacancy DOC/500/51T1EE
The Department of Conservation is looking for a Threats Science Intern to be based in the Hamilton office this summer.

This position offers you the opportunity to contribute to conservation while gaining experience and growing professionally.  The intern will be participating in follow up work on a research programme that trialled self-resetting traps at several sites around New Zealand. You will be contributing to the research through watching trail camera video footage of the traps in operation and entering the data into Microsoft Excel spreadsheets.

Ideally you will have:

  • completed papers in Zoology and/or Conservation Biology
  • a good working knowledge of Microsoft applications including Excel, Word and Outlook
  • an appreciation and understanding of data maintenance and quality checking
  • an ability to work independently, yet advise of issues and ask questions appropriately
  • good bush skills, including orienteering, map reading and GPS skills would be desirable.
  • a current full drivers licence would be desirable.

To be eligible for an internship you must be a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident or hold a valid work permit and be a full time student (or have just completed your qualification) at one of these universities:

  • University of Auckland
  • Auckland University of Technology
  • University of Waikato
  • Massey University
  • Victoria University of Wellington
  • University of Canterbury
  • Lincoln University
  • University of Otago

You will need to be available for 14 weeks from 16th November 2015 to 26th February 2016.

Please apply online. Applications must include a cover letter, curriculum vitae and evidence of the required capabilities as per the project description.

For more information please contact Sue Wallace at, VPN 8210 or telephone (04) 471 3210, quoting vacancy DOC/500/51T1EE

Applications close at 5pm, Monday 14 September 2015.


Communications Intern, Strategy and Innovation Group

This internship offers the right candidate the opportunity to gain experience as part of the communications team within a well-known and highly-regarded government agency (winner of the Randstad Award for most attractive employer in 2015).

The internship will support our small internal communications team. You will work with the team to deliver a range of day-to-day communication tasks and projects, helping to share information and stories with DOC's 2,000 staff and engage them in DOC's vision and strategy.

You will be part of a busy and high performing team, working alongside experienced staff. As well as playing a hands on role in delivering internal communication projects, you will be exposed to our broader work in communications strategy and media relations.

You will also learn a lot about conservation, and gain an understanding of the critical role of communication within central government.

To succeed in this role you will:

  • Be studying towards a communications qualification, or a Business/Commerce degree majoring in Communications, Public Relations or Marketing, at Bachelors Degree level or higher.
  • Be a strong writer and editor, with experience writing and publishing communication to reach specific target audiences.
  • Have a sound understanding of the principles of communication planning, and be familiar with communication best-practice across a range of digital and print channels.
  • Have a can-do attitude, be organised, a quick learner, able to get on well with a wide range of people, and keen to get stuck in and contribute to the success of the team.

To be eligible for an internship you must be:

  • A New Zealand citizen or hold a valid work permit and
  • A full time student at one of these universities: University of Auckland, AUT University, University of Waikato, Massey University, Victoria University of Wellington, University of Canterbury, Lincoln University or University of Otago.

You will need to be available for 14 weeks from 16 November 2015 to 26 February 2016.

Please apply online. Applications must include a cover letter, a CV and evidence of the required capabilities as per the role description. 

For further information please contact: Karlene Taylor,, or telephone (04) 04 471 3277, quoting vacancy 600/11T1E.

Applications close at 5pm, Monday 14 September 2015.


West Coast Marine Internship, Operations Group

Vacancy 80/50T1
The Department of Conservation is looking for a West Coast Marine Intern to be based in the Westport office this summer.

This position offers you the opportunity to contribute to conservation while gaining experience and growing professionally.  The intern will be leading the development of operational plans for the five new marine reserves on the West Coast of the South Island, as well as revising the West Coast marine mammal stranding response plan.  There will also be opportunities to experience a range of other work undertaken by District Offices on the West Coast, as appropriate.

Ideally you will have:

  • completed papers in Zoology, Marine Ecology and/or Conservation Biology
  • a good working knowledge of Microsoft applications including Excel, Word and Outlook
  • an experience of seeking and collating information
  • an ability to work independently, yet advise of issues and ask questions appropriately

A current driver’s licence is essential.

To be eligible for an internship you must be a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident or hold a valid work permit and be a full time student (or have just completed your qualification) at one of these universities:

  • University of Auckland
  • Auckland University of Technology
  • University of Waikato
  • Massey University
  • Victoria University of Wellington
  • University of Canterbury
  • Lincoln University
  • University of Otago

You will need to be available for 14 weeks from 16th November 2015 to 26th February 2016.

Please apply onlineApplications must include a cover letter, curriculum vitae and evidence of the required capabilities as per the project description.

For more information please contact Helen Otley at, or telephone (03) 756 9124, quoting vacancy 80/50T1.

Applications close at 5pm, Monday 14 September 2015.


GIS Summer Internship
Wellington and Christchurch

We are looking for 2 GIS Interns, one based in National Office, Wellington and one in the Christchurch office, to be part of the Geospatial Services team this summer.

This position offers you the opportunity to contribute to conservation while gaining experience and growing professionally.  You will be supporting a range of interesting geospatial projects.

Ideally you will have:

  • Completed papers in geographic information systems.
  • An understanding of the design and use of geospatial information systems.
  • Experience with ESRI products, including analysis.
  • Appreciation and understanding of data maintenance and quality checking, and the ability to follow processes and be systematic.
  • Problem solving skills.
  • Excellent organisation, communication and relationship skills.
  • Ability to work independently, yet advise of issues and ask questions appropriately.
  • Abilities to ascertain, understand and interpret the needs of your customers.

Be part of an enthusiastic and committed team providing effective geospatial information service.

To be eligible for an internship you must be a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident or hold a valid work permit and be a full time student (or have just completed your qualification) at one of these universities:

  • University of Auckland
  • Auckland University of Technology
  • University of Waikato
  • Massey University
  • Victoria University of Wellington
  • University of Canterbury
  • Lincoln University
  • University of Otago

You will need to be available for 14 weeks from 16th November 2014 to 26th February 2015.

Please apply online for Christchurch or apply online for Wellington. Applications must include a cover letter, curriculum vitae and evidence of the required capabilities as per the project description.  Please specify if you have a preference for the Wellington or Christchurch position and indicate your level of flexibility.

For more information please contact Geraldine Moore,, (04) 471-3221, quoting vacancy 40/771T3 or 40/771T4.

Applications close at 5pm, Monday 14 September 2015.

Chartered Accountant

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand – Student Brand Champs

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand is the professional body for Chartered Accountants across the Trans-Tasman and represents more than 100,000 current and future professionals and business leaders operating throughout the world.

As part of the Chartered Accountants ANZ on campus presence in 2015 we are looking to recruit ‘Student Brand Champs’ (SBCs) to work closely with students, educators and employers to promote the profession and the benefits that a career in business and commerce can provide on campus and across the organizations events and activities.

We are currently recruiting for 3 Student Brand Champs at University of Waikato

What will you get from being a Student Brand Champ:

  • Professional development training that focuses on presentation skills and our organisation
  • Personal introductions and networking opportunities with top graduate employers
  • Opportunity to develop your networking and presenting skills giving you confidence and ability to present to secondary school students and tertiary students.

Keen as a bean to apply?  Then proceed if you meet the following criteria:

  • Completing a Bachelor of Business/Commerce degree
  • Majoring in accounting
  • Studying throughout the entire year of 2015
  • Taking classes predominately on campus (at least 3 papers)
  • Available during O-week and the first couple of weeks of each semester as well as sporadically throughout the remainder of the semester

In addition if you have great communication skills, are enthusiastic and organised and want to be part of this exciting program then we want YOU!

Successful applicants will be the eyes, ears and voice for Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand on campus and will be involved in:

  • Promoting and attending events and activities on and off campus
  • Presenting at secondary schools and attending career fairs on our behalf
  • Liaising and building relationships with academics
  • Liaising with student societies and other organisations on campus

Being a Student Brand Champ will give you the opportunity to develop your professional networks with top accounting employers, academics, career advisors and fellow students. It will help you develop essential skills for your future and will be a great addition to your resume.

Apply now by sending your CV and Cover Letter via email to the Careers Engagement Team at by 7th August 2015.

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Have you recently obtained your degree or finished your studies and are keen for a career not just a job?

  • Join one of New Zealand's largest Government organisations
  • Set yourself up for your future, embark on a career with us
  • Hamilton based positions

Our CSS's are at the frontline, they are the first port of call for our customers.  Our environment is a customer centric one and CSS's need to be committed to delivering a high standard of customer service to a diverse range of customers.

They engage with our customers and need to have highly effective communication skills to ensure a solid foundation for every call.  They must possess a sharp ear and astute questioning skills to ensure they can really understand the need of each caller.

From here, they need to have the ability to think on their feet, be computer savvy and have a real knack for problem solving.  No matter the call, a CSS must maintain a positive, 'can do' attitude and be results focussed.  A CSS's ability to find the right information and then clearly and accurately convey this to the customer ensures the query is resolved.

To be able to do this call after call a CSS must be friendly, patient and one who can definitely maintain composure and resilience no matter the situation.  A real talent for multi-tasking goes a long way as does an eagerness to learn new skills and take on feedback. 

Our contact centre is a fun, fast paced team environment and for a CSS to play their part they must be a reliable team player.  Inland Revenue is future focused so a CSS must be agile, adjust well to change and be keen to embrace new technologies.

Does the role of a CSS sound like you? Can you make a difference?

On offer is the opportunity to embark on a career at Inland Revenue. We offer a stable workplace with in-depth training and support to ensure you start off on the right track. You don’t need to know about tax or social policies as we will train you in these things and more! We have experienced leaders and coaches who will provide you with support, regular coaching and performance reviews.

Consider the fine print

This is a full-time, permanent opportunity and you will need to be committed and have the ability to work in a structured environment.

We operate a rotating shift roster working Monday to Friday on 7 hour, 35 minute shifts between the hours of 7.25am and 8.30pm.  There are no more than four Saturdays in a 16 week period.

The starting salary is $38,544.

The start date for this role is Monday 12th October 2015.

Applications close – 6th September 2015

Please apply via the IR careers website with job ref: 1175686

Please submit a CV along with your cover letter outlining how your skills, knowledge and experience make you the perfect Customer Service Specialist.  You will also be required to complete an online application form.

Candidates that are shortlisted for this vacancy will also be required to complete some online testing.

For further information please see the attached job expectation or for further information you can contact Renee Sochor, Advisor, Recruitment

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FD Graduate Option Program – New Zealand

Company Profile
First Derivatives is a global software and consulting firm working within the capital markets industry since 1996. The company is a global expert in providing data, trading and risk management products and solutions to investment banks, hedge funds, exchanges, FX brokers and other financial institutions.

We are widely renowned for the quality of our service, our product portfolio and for our pragmatic and commercial approach. Our growth is the direct result of the importance that we attach to our clients, understanding their business and building and maintaining strong relationships. The key to our market position is continuing our strong track record of profit growth and our international reputation for the quality of our services in target sectors. Our culture ensures that our people are well motivated, well rewarded and have the opportunity to develop their true potential, which is critical to meeting our varied client needs and our continued commercial success.

We are seeking high calibre graduates from a range of backgrounds. Our Software Engineering and Technology Trading streams are popular with graduates from STEM disciples, as well as Computer Science and Software Development courses. We need quick thinkers who are excellent problem solvers and have mathematical minds. The type of graduates that FD hire are those who stand out in their class who are academically strong and have the personal skills to match.

The ideal applicant will have:

  • An inquisitive mindset, an aptitude for problem solving
  • New Zealand Permanent Resident
  • A minimum of ABB at A Level (or equivalent in Leaving Cert Points)
  • A minimum 2.1 in a degree in Finance, Mathematics, Computer Science, Economics, Engineering, Accounting or a similar degree discipline
  • A confident communicator, competent in client interactions
  • The ability to pick up technical training and apply this to client projects
  • Presentable for clients
  • Kdb+ experience will be regarded favourably

Starting salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.

Opportunities are limited, so the selection process will be demanding. Successful candidates will follow the process below:

  • Candidate CVS will be screened from HQ
  • Stage 1 consists of a telephone interview
  • Stage 2 is a Skype interview
  • Stage 3 is a telephone technical competency interview
  • Stage 3 -Job offer

Post selection, the successful candidates will undertake training in our Newry (Ireland) office. Based on the successful completion of this training, graduates will be made available for deployment within our Consulting clients which include top investment banks across New Zealand. Candidates must display a strong interest in Investment Banking and the Capital Markets sector specifically.

Interested candidates, please apply directly via FD website

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Interested in an opportunity to extend your skills and experience life working in the tech hub of the world? Winternz is your ticket to an amazing experience in the Silicon Valley in San Francisco, working with the most innovative organisations in the world!

Make your mark on the global information technology industry whilst developing your technical and professional skillset. Exceptional talent requires exceptional opportunities and the opportunity to learn in an innovative and challenging environment. Whether it be working for startups, high growth firms or grand corporate organisations.

Winternz offers you the chance to operate in a real-world environment, with hands-on projects and assignments, collaborating with some of the most intelligent minds in the industry. Not to mention you’ll be working right in the midst of the information technology capital of the world. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for any undergraduate or graduate who aspires to make an impact on the international information technology landscape.

This Program is supported by NZTE, Kea and Immigration NZ. There are both 3 month long internships and yearlong graduate roles available. We have a range of roles available including Software Engineers, Client Engineers, Fullstack Engineers, Database Administrators, Web developers and mobile app developers.

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We look forward to hearing from you!

Applications close at the end of September.

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Live and work in Japan

Become an Assistant Language Teacher or Co-ordinator for International Relations

Are you:

  • A New Zealand citizen with a degree or a 3-year teaching diploma or expecting to obtain one by July 2016?
  • Interested in young people and keen to teach English in Japan?
  • Interested in international activities?

University of Waikato Campus Presentation
Wednesday 30 September 2015, 1.00-2.00pm, Room I.1.09

Consulate-General of Japan

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Full-time & Internship opportunities in Development (engineering)

Applications to this opportunity are considered for all available Development (engineering) roles.

Software engineer
Software engineers (SWEs) at Microsoft are passionate about building technologies that make the world a better place. At Microsoft, you will collaborate with a team of programming experts to solve problems and build some of the world's most advanced services and devices. Your efforts on the design, development, and testing of next- generation applications will have an impact on millions of people.

You are the link between abstract concepts and delivered solutions – the one who understands the consumer, solving problems, and building applications that will impact millions of people.

SWEs dive deep into code and work with fellow programming experts to solve problems and build powerful new tools. You are required to think about the customer to ensure stellar product quality, and you provide technical guidance to PMs as they communicate user needs and product requirements. As a SWE, you are dedicated to producing the world's most advanced software.


  • A bachelor's, master's, or doctorate degree in engineering, computer science or related field (within six months of graduation).
  • A year or two of experience programming in C++, Java or other computer programming languages preferred.
  • A year or two of experience in C/C++/C#/VB.NET and experience designing and developing tool architecture preferred.
  • Strong technical prowess, including understanding of algorithms, systems architecture and end-user experience.
  • Ability to think unconventionally to derive creative and innovative solutions.
  • Expertise in feature definition, design and feasibility.
  • Demonstrated skill in estimating development time.
  • Demonstrated skills in negotiation and conflict management.

Application form to be sent to Microsoft

Microsoftisanequalopportunity employer.All qualifiedapplicants will receiveconsideration foremploymentwithoutregard torace,color, gender, sexualorientation, gender identity orexpression,religion,nationalorigin,maritalstatus, age,disability, veteran status,geneticinformation,or anyotherprotectedstatus.

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Sales and Marketing Role
Fulltime Tourism Career Opportunity

We are looking for a qualified individual who has the minimum of a Tourism diploma relating to either sales or marketing discipline based around the Tourism Industry.

The role requires enthusiasm, confidence and initiative to assist Huka Prawn Parks continued growth.
The Huka Prawn Park product is very well established within the Domestic and International Tourism Industry and therefore your enthusiasm and ability to make a difference in this role will be a key requirement.

Please email your C.V to



OMD 2016 Graduate Programme

Looking for a life less ordinary?

Are you constantly curious and hungry for more? Do you like to work collaboratively with others to produce outstanding results? Do you have a desire to make things happen?

We are looking for people with smarts, passion and impressive powers of persuasion and influence. People who have tonnes of skills in planning, organisation and initiative; people who are dynamic, motivated and who go the extra mile as a matter of course.

If you’re looking for a challenge, and a career where no one day is the same, then apply for our 2016 graduate programme.

The 2016 Graduate Programme

Our graduate programme is positioned to offer multiple career opportunities, supported through our unique learning framework. Successful candidates will be offered a fixed term opportunity as a graduate in a career path of interest and best fit.

Our graduate programme will commence within the first week of February 2016 and you may be placed in either our Auckland or Wellington office.

Our Graduates join not only with a competitive salary and benefits to match, but also with access to some of the best learning and development opportunities in the industry. You will gain real experience and opportunity to work with some of our top clients, alongside some of the brightest and best minds in the industry.

On completion of the programme, you would have gained some valuable experience and may be offered a full-time opportunity within the group.

Shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend an exciting selection day in Auckland around October.

This is your life we’re talking about. Don’t let it be ordinary.

Apply on our website

  • Click join OMD
  • Click explore our careers
Applications close the 30 September 2015

If you have any questions please email



Who are we?
  • Kiwi Health Jobs is owned and supported by the 20 District Health Boards (DHBs) and NZ Blood Service.
  • We work with the ACE graduate programmes for Nursing and First-year House Officers.
  • Over 60 employers on the site including DHBs, NZ Blood Service, private providers, PHOs and many others—take a look!
  • The range of roles is diverse. From allied health & technical roles to IT, management and communications—we have something for everyone.
What can we offer you?
  • Positions available throughout all of New Zealand.
  • Permanent, fixed term and casual roles across clinical and non-clinical workgroups.

Access to roles that don’t always get advertised on other job boards.

Start your search with us:



Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Janát-Amsbury Lab, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Division of Gynecologic Oncology


Job Summary/ Responsibilities
A Postdoctoral Research Fellow position is available in the Janát-Amsbury Laboratory to investigate models of gynecological cancers (ovarian, uterine).  Furthermore, the lab has interest in drug delivery and nanotechnologies and their translation into clinical use in form of diagnostic and/or therapeutic tools. Translational Research will mainly focus on gynecological malignancies (ovarian, endometrial, cervical cancer), but also include other fields of interest in women’s health.

MD, PhD or MD/PhD degree with at least 2 years of previous laboratory research experience and a strong background in molecular biology, biochemistry, pharmaceutical chemistry and/or bioengineering is recommended.

The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Division of Gynecologic Oncology is seeking a highly talented and committed individual with a demonstrated ability to work effectively in a multi-disciplinary environment. The Candidate should have a strong record of productivity, be highly motivated and have a strong desire to develop an independent career. The successful candidate should be comfortable to equally interact with medical doctors and residents, basic scientists, students, and staff. The candidate should be a self-starter, capable of working independently and taking a lead role on various projects under the PI’s guidance.

Following a successful 6-month initiation period, a longer-term appointment with the possibility of a multi-year extension based upon performance and availability of funding will be considered.
Successful candidates will contribute to the department’s world class standards and have the opportunity to develop their own research, publication record, and presentation skills under mentorship from established clinical and research faculty. Integrity, honesty, trustworthiness, transparency, communication skills, and team spirit are prerequisites for the successful applicant.

Candidates should provide a CV, names and contact information for 3 references, list of publications and a short personal statement regarding personal career goals.

Experience in some of the following techniques is desired:
Tissue and Cell culture techniques, Stem cell (Cancer initiating cell) Research, Animal Research, HPLC, Flowcytometry, FACS, basic molecular biology such as: PCR, Blots, growth and isolation of DNA/RNA, cloning & mapping, protein expression, extraction, data analyses, data assembly for grant proposals/presentations, writing skills, critical thinking.

Please contact:
Sarah Paterson  |  Associate Director of Human Resources
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
The University of Utah  |  School of Medicine
Office: 801.587.2249
Mobile: 801.696.6841
Fax: 801.581.8955



Technical Sales, Telemetry Systems for Environmental Research

Biological Science or Electrical Engineering Degree Preferred
International Sales

As a Lotek partner company, Sirtrack is able to draw upon a global team of engineers and manufacturing specialists to provide world-class leading wildlife tracking products designed to withstand the rigors of extended field deployment and deliver crucial environmental data for its clients. With clients all over the globe, we specialise in manufacturing devices capable of tracking creatures of nearly every size spanning avian, freshwater, marine and terrestrial wildlife. This career opportunity places you at the epicentre of decisions that set the balance between conservation, wildlife research, hydro-power, mining, forestry, farming and fisheries.

Are you interested in selling technical solutions to better understand animal's perspective on changes in the environment? Our Radio, Acoustic, Archival, GPS and Satellite instruments deployed on animals throughout the world provide insight to animal behaviour, how and where they spend their lives.  Your core functions will see you assisting PhD scientists, Government Agencies, Universities, NGO's, Community Funding Groups and Wildlife Consultants in selecting the telemetry solution most appropriate to meet their application space.  You will be the key sales link between their research needs and the technical capabilities of Sirtrack's and the global network of Lotek companies.

This is a highly specialized role. An academic and practical understanding of animal research and the ability to communicate and relate to researchers in the field will be key to your success. A good grasp of wildlife telemetry would be a huge advantage. As your clients will predominantly be offshore, you must have a track record that proves you have the initiative, organizational and time management skills to communicate across a range of different media and time zones. Planned travel will see you visiting your market throughout the year. Technical competency and excellent computer literacy skills are fundamental to keeping ahead in this hugely diverse role.

This once in a lifetime Hawke’s Bay based opportunity should stop you in your tracks! If your expertise aligns and you are keen to be part of this award winning team, please email your CV to You can learn more information about Sirtrack and its affiliates at and and


  • Develop your career with a proudly 100% Kiwi owned and operated organisation
  • Collaborate with dedicated teams within the fast-paced world of Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG)
  • Join one of New Zealand’s largest organisations

Applications are now open for the Foodstuffs North Island 2015 Graduate Programme. We are looking for talented graduates from a range of different disciplines who want to become future leaders within our business.

Foodstuffs North Island is proudly 100% Kiwi owned and operated.  We have grown from humble beginnings to become New Zealand's biggest grocery distributor, and one of the country's largest organisations.  Some of our iconic brands include Pak'nSave, New World, and Four Square. 
Here at Foodstuffs North Island we are committed to our values of Integrity, One Team, Excellence, Customer Focus, and Entrepreneurial.

Who are we looking for?
Are you coming to the end of your degree, or have finished your studies, and are now looking for a highly stimulating role with great potential? Foodstuffs North Island is looking for a variety of graduates to join us on our mission to lead New Zealand's grocery industry.
We are searching for graduates who are:

  • strong analytical thinkers
  • self-starters
  • energised by our mission
  • effective communicators
  • customer-focused
  • effective at collaborating with others
  • willing to try new things
  • eager to learn
  • genuine and role model the Foodstuffs North Island way of doing things

To be eligible for our graduate programme, you need to:

  • hold New Zealand citizenship or have New Zealand work rights
  • have completed a minimum of undergraduate level study within the last two years, or will complete a minimum of undergraduate level study prior to the programme commencing
  • have received a B grade average
  • be available to start work for us in January 2016 at our support centre in Auckland

If you are ready to be challenged and make an impact, then our 2015 Graduate Programme is perfect for you.  To start your career in the dynamic world of FMCG, please go to to apply online today.



Now accepting applications for January 2016 arrivals!

Are you looking for an international experience with a world-renowned company that can enhance your C.V while sharing your culture with people from all over the world?
Then the Disney Cultural Exchange Program is an opportunity of a lifetime!
Through this program, you could spend six months being immersed in American culture while working at Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, FL. This work experience gives you the chance to develop transferable skills and apply business philosophies to a real-world setting.
Roles offered include Lifeguard, Operations, Hospitality, Recreation, Food & Beverage and Entertainment in theme parks, resort hotels, water parks and other recreational and entertainment areas.
During your free time, visit the Disney parks with complimentary admission or enjoy resort-style amenities in company-sponsored housing with cultural events and activities offered exclusively to program participants.
Apply today for an experience you just can’t miss!

To qualify, candidates must:

  • Be at least 18 years of age to apply
  • Be a citizen of Australia or New Zealand.
  • Be a current student at an accredited post-secondary university or at a tertiary-level accredited educational (TAFE) / Polytechnic institution and have completed the first full year of study prior to application. (Please note you may not defer the semester prior to your arrival
  • Recent graduates who have earned a Bachelor's Degree may also apply but must start work at Walt Disney World Resort within 12 months of their graduation date.
  • Students enrolled in Advanced Diploma, Diploma, or Certificate programs must have completed the first full year of studies and be actively enrolled in their educational institution. Graduates of these programs are not eligible.
  • Per Visa regulations, you may not study via correspondence full-time.
Apply Today!

Smart Teachers

Kiwi Teachers – Live & Work in London!

  • Register locally in our Auckland and Hamilton office
  • Secure work for the start of the UK academic year or start off in guaranteed daily supply
  • Choose from a range of schools and teaching opportunities across London

Are you thinking about living and teaching in London? Keen to kick-start your career and earn great money, all whilst living the European dream?

NZ-based agency Smart Teachers is now recruiting newly qualified Kiwi teachers to fill roles in the UK across Early Years, Primary, Secondary, and Special Needs. We work closely with a range of outstanding schools throughout London and the surrounding counties, and are expertly placed to find you the perfect job in the perfect location.

Our unsurpassed service package includes:

  • Full “registration to work in the UK” before leaving NZ
  • 24/7 support from your personal consultant in New Zealand and UK
  • Skype/Phone introduction and seamless handover to your dedicated consultant in London
  • Comprehensive visa and travel advice
  • Pre-departure work guarantee
  • Flexible work options and weekly pay
  • Free ‘Smart Start’ welcome kit upon touchdown in London
  • Assistance setting up a UK Bank account and National Insurance Number
  • Assistance claiming back a portion of your relocation and living costs
  • Short and long term accommodation options
  • Free professional development including British National Curriculum induction
  • Regular social networking events
  • Generous referral incentives including cash bonuses and free flights

Our Kiwi teachers feel safe and secure knowing that every little detail has been taken care of, and we promise to take care of you too. Contact Smart Teachers today to find out how you can get the smartest start in London.

Phone 0800 176 278



Our client is a rapidly growing Private Training Establishment that are growing from strength to strength in the Health & Safety Industry. They provide a wide range of courses and auditing services suitable for the individual needs of their clients business.

They are now in a position where they want to bring in a Business Support Co-ordinator in to learn each aspect of the business with the view to become a ‘future leader’ of the organisation. This is a brand new position to the company so the role will grow organically over time.

Key areas of responsibility include:

  • To provide support for commercial and business improvement activities
  • To provide outstanding levels of customer service to both internal and external clients
  • To ensure that the end-to-end process from sale through to programme evaluation is carried out seamlessly, efficiently and to high class standards
  • To provide business and systems analysis to provide feedback on effective and efficient systems

To be successful you will need:

  • Confidence dealing with people with outstanding customer service skills
  • Strong process improvement skills with an analytical mind
  • Intermediate/Advance Microsoft Suite
  • Accurate and efficient record keeping and system maintenance
  • Flexibility to adapt as the role develops

Ideally you would have recently graduated from tertiary education and looking for a role where you can really harvest a career with progression up to management.
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Dear Recent Grad,

We would like to tell you the story of your future self. Like any good fairy tale, it starts with Once Upon A Time.

Once upon a time, you were sleeping peacefully in your student flat. You had survived exams and graduation festivities and your parents had finally gone back to your home town. You woke with a start - a thought most daunting had crept into your mind, “What Next?”

That’s what lead you here. You scrolled through the vacancies and nothing really caught your eye, until you saw this role. Unlike other roles, this role didn’t ask you for experience that you didn’t have or any vital organs.

This role offered you an opportunity to bring your lateral thinking, growing commercial savvy and new qualification in return for the experience that you want from your first career step. It offered you well-structured training with the best in the business, support and development to harness your untapped potential and an environment that would encourage your personal and professional growth.

In return, the business asked for someone that would champion their brand within the grocery (FMCG) channel. With your determination to succeed at a career in sales, your willingness to travel as required to service the BOP/Waikato territory and your history of accomplishments that show discipline and drive, you decided that you had what it took to be that champion.

For all of this, you would be duly rewarded. Not only would you be provided with competitive remuneration and a work vehicle, this organisation aimed to empower you with the knowledge and potential required to become one of their future leaders.

So with the premonition of yourself at a long lunch with silver tableware, you decided to apply. The advertisement told you to apply online Here but also offered you a chat with Angie Agrella on (09) 928 0777.

So here we are, reaching out to you and offering you a glimpse of your possible future- If you would like this to be your story in three years- This is your call to action- Get in touch with your CV. 


Graduate Sales Cadet Role – Auckland

Looking to move to the big smoke? (No, I don’t mean Huntly.)

Want a career in sales?

Interested in learning from the best in the business?

This Auckland CBD-based business is searching for their next superstar sales cadet. You may not have any sales experience whatsoever but if you show tenacity, resilience and can think on your feet, they will give you the opportunity and tools to learn the rest.

You will be working in a well-established business with an excellent brand and be surrounded by the best talent in the industry. That’s where you come in; it will be your job to sell all of this to customers. This role requires someone with the confidence and communication skills to call on previous and future customers and show them the value in having this publication in their boardrooms and on their coffee tables.

This role provides you a chance to take a role and make it your own, the only limitations are the ones you set for yourself. Offering not only a competitive base salary, our client believes that your success should also be a direct result of the effort you put in - they offer a decidedly rewarding commission providing a genuinely achievable target is reached.

With your great new degree, self - belief and determination in tow, make the move now and apply online Here or get in touch with Angie Agrella on (09) 928 0777.



International Volunteer HQ

International Volunteer HQ (IVHQ) provides safe and affordable international volunteering opportunities for student travelers. Having placed more than 42,000 volunteers abroad since 2007 we’re the experts and the global leader in volunteer travel. We’re trusted by over 13,000 volunteers every year.

If you’re looking for an alternative break, or for an opportunity to travel with purpose, we have program that’s right to you. IVHQ volunteers make a lasting contribution to community-based projects throughout the world and we offer a choice of more than 30 locations across Africa, Asia, Central and South America, Europe and the Pacific.

Our programs operate throughout the year and can be arranged around to fit a student schedule, and you can choose to volunteer with us for anything from 2 weeks to 6 months at a time. You can also choose to gain course credits or achieve course requirements and international volunteering is an experience which appeals to many prospective employers.

With a wide range of different opportunities in each location, you can choose to volunteer on projects such as Teaching, Childcare, Community Development, Medical, Construction, Environmental Advocacy and Wildlife Conservation. All of our programs include accommodation, meals and comprehensive support and guidance from our local teams.

Daily tasks typically include 3 - 5 hours of volunteer work, and students have weekends and evenings free to experience local culture and to explore their chosen location. Program fees start from as little as $250.

For more information or to apply today, visit



CPA Australia is seeking motivated, career-focused accounting students for Student Ambassador positions for 2015 at Waikato University.

CPA Australia is one of the world’s largest Accounting bodies, with 154,000 members globally, 19 offices around the world, and members working in 121 countries. We are experiencing rapid growth in New Zealand with employers such as KPMG, Deloitte, PwC, Inland Revenue and more becoming CPA Recognised Employer Partners here in NZ.

The CPA Australia Student Ambassador Program is designed to support and empower students to share information relating to CPA Australia, professional membership and careers in accounting, finance and business within their peer networks. Can you commit up to 1 hour per week across Semester 1 and 2 2015 to promote CPA Australia's global student network and assist in raising the profile of CPA Australia on campus?

Undertaking tasks and showing leadership outside day-to-day studies does add real value to your CV when employers are looking for candidates with that "x" factor.

Activities will include:

  • Supporting any CPA on-campus activities
  • Presentations to fellow students in lectures and tutorials
  • Liaising with faculty, careers staff and student associations
  • Provide ideas and feedback to CPA Australia to further promote the program
  • Reporting on activities back to CPA Australia

In recognition of your time and commitment, you will receive the following key benefits:

  • Full training from CPA Australia
  • Certificate and letter of reference for your CV
  • Opportunity to be part of a global organisation
  • Network with like-minded peers

To apply, please email a CV and brief cover letter to


Are you a Graduating Teacher who is excited about the opportunity to travel in Europe?

Earn while you have fun travelling and experiencing Europe!

VIBE have been supporting Central London Schools and Teachers since 2001. We are committed to placing our Teachers in excellent schools that offer support and a friendly teaching experience- we are Teachers placing other Teachers. We understand your needs and we will never send you somewhere we wouldn't teach ourselves! 

At Vibe, we are always looking for Teachers with a positive and proactive attitude, who are ready to take on a range of full time positions and day to day Supply. 

If you are keen to find out more about this position, please email your CV and a contact number to Vibe ASAP!

We offer a great daily rate, ongoing support and cracking parties! 

Vibe Teacher Recruitment...Inspiring Better Education!
Phone: 020 369 65000
Or go to our Facebook page




How are we different?

  • We are committed to giving a proportion of profits to non profit making organisations and charitable causes linked to children and Education
  • We pay teachers more and charge schools less because we keep costs to a minimum
  • We make no charges to you for any of our services
  • We are an independent family-run business built through recommendation
  • We have over 40 years’ experience teaching, leading and inspecting schools.
Our biggest asset is YOU ... and we never forget it!
  • Our interview may be longer because key to our service is knowing you as an individual
  • We will never pressurise you to take a job, the choice is always yours
  • We offer a personal service tailored to your needs
  • We offer practical guidance before, during and after your time with us
  • We can offer high quality professional advice because we have current and relevant experience in schools
  • We offer pastoral support and regular social events
  • We aim to leave you with wonderful memories that last a life time
Our Pledge to You
  • Helping you to get the right job for you is a first and only priority
  • We will acknowledge any contact within 24 hours
  • We will respond to any questions you ask us within 48 hours
  • Anything you ask we will answer accurately and in plain English
  • We will always be honest and open
  • We will always give you the help and advice you ask for
  • We will be with you every step of the way, from advice with the documents you need to work in the UK, to helping you get set up when you arrive, to helping you when you leave
  • Our aim is that you have a wonderful experience, both professionally and personally, and leave with memories to last a life time
Responsible Reliable Recruitment ... it’s all in our name
  • We believe what is morally and ethically right is commercially right
  • We give impartial advice so you can make your own choices
  • We always go ‘the extra mile’ to get it right
  • Our strong track record means our clients know they can put their trust in us
  • With over 20 years’ experience in recruiting, we have the ‘know how’ to match each teacher to the right job
  • We get to know our teacher clients so we can fully meet their needs. 

For further details please visit our website,
To contact us and find out more, please contact

Ultimate OE


The Ultimate Paid Canadian Adventure

Premium Overseas Experiences

Hunting - Horses - Guiding - Agriculture

Ultimate OE provides the opportunity to work in some of the most amazing locations in Canada. We work closely with our employers to ensure all applicants are involved in the very best of overseas work experiences, be it working in the Canadian hunting industry, agricultural work (tractor driving or work as a cowboy), horse trekking (wrangling or guiding) or skiing. As part of the program you are guaranteed a paid employment opportunity, meals, accommodation and the experience of a lifetime.

Your motivation for the program should be an interest in the particular choice of work (hunting, guiding or horses), love for the outdoors, challenges and new experiences. The program can be seen as either a “GAP year” type opportunity or a stepping stone into a chosen industry.

Ultimate OE has secured these paid employment opportunities based on our applicants being partially trained in the specifics relating to the job requirements. Both Matt and Kuran spend time with all applicants teaching the majority of the content and framework, this time allows us to best align the employee with an employer. Additional to this teaching Ultimate OE subcontracts specialist instructors, allowing NZQA accreditation to specific portions of the training.

Teaching units relating to all programs include, Canadian administration, Canadian flora and fauna, employee / employer expectations, job roles, cooking and cleaning for large groups, predator awareness and prevention, chainsaw **, ATV**, first aid**, work place health and safety**, customer interaction, wellbeing and personal safety, horse packing, horsemanship, gratuities, photography/videography. Additional to these units, each course has additional topics specifically related to the industry. ** Signifies NZQA accredited teaching units.

  • Additional hunting units - Skinning, trophy preparation, trophy judging, hunting restrictions and game laws, hunting Canadian game animals, firearm safety, floatplane safety, (a greater emphasis on predator prevention)
  • Additional Horse Trekking (Equine) units – Essential horse care and first aid, client safety, horse safety, trail guiding expectations, trail lead experience (time spent riding and leading in western tack), the Canadian guest ranching industry.

Placement length varies dependent on roles, generally they are between 3 and 5 months, there is the opportunity to add placements together, equating to a longer work period (please note, these are limited in numbers and carry an additional cost), these specifics should be discussed with your Ultimate OE contact.

For further information visit

Please feel free to contact Kuran and Matt by e-mail or phone +64 22 697 6007.

TESL Job Korea


Teach English in Korea

TESLJOBKOREA is an agency with more than 16 years’ of professional experience in running ESL language schools and with recruiting expertise which provides a unique and unbeatable service to teachers and hiring schools.

We have positions available in locations across Korea.


  • Salary: 2.1M-2.8M won (US$1,820-US$2,430) which is related to your qualifications and English teaching experience.
  • Severance pay: (1 month salary) on completion of contract.
  • Contract period: Minimum 12 months, and extension if desired.
  • Target students: Kindergarten to High school (age group: 5 - 16) or Adults
  • Work hours: 25-30 hours of teaching / week
  • Housing: FREE furnished living accommodation provided by school (within walking distance of school)
  • Air Ticket: sponsored by hiring school (one way ticket and another ticket on completion of contract)
  • Vacation: 5-10 days paid vacation and 10 days of national holidays.
  • Medical Insurance: employer pays 50%, teacher pays 50%
  • Visa is sponsored by employer
  • Very low income tax
  • Living costs are much cheaper than New Zealand.


  • Native English speakers (i.e. UK, USA, Canada, Ireland, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand)
  • At least Bachelor degree required (any major)
  • No ESL teaching experience required
  • TESL/TEFL certificate preferred but not required
  • Accountable and proactive spirit at work preferred

It’s very easy to find a teaching job through us since we have an extensive client list. We will work with you all the way from matching your desired school to helping you get a working VISA to arranging travel to Korea to finally getting you settled at your client school.

Just sit back and relax. We will take care of most of the administrative process.

Apply directly by E-mail to or visit

E-mail us the following documents and info:

  • Resume (Attach by Microsoft Word file)
  • Most recent digital picture (Attach by JPEG)
  • Available start date
  • Contact info and your current location
  • Desired destination city in South Korea and any student preferences (e.g. Kindergarten, High School)

The above information will be critical to match the best school for you.

Johnny Ku
T: 07 854 0301
M: 027 250 2011

94 Rototuna Road
Hamilton 3210

Teach London

Teach London is a branch of Teach Now, a well-established educational recruitment company.  We are now expanding to specialise in finding teaching posts in London for overseas teachers, building on our immense success over the last five years in the UK jobs market.

We offer:

  • Free Visa (Tier 5)
  • Free Flight
  • Free Pick Up from the Airport
  • Guaranteed Accommodation
  • Free London Training Programme
  • Guaranteed Pay
  • Job Placement
  • Teacher Mentor

We have organised a full induction programme and offer fantastic pastoral support to overseas teachers coming to the UK through Teach London.  We hope you will be interested in combining your professional development with the opportunity to explore and be enriched by the United Kingdom and Europe.

We would welcome the opportunity to make teaching in London a reality for you!

For more information contact:

Jay Lathar
International Recruitment Director

New Zealand Defence Force

Where Could an Officer Career Lead You?

The New Zealand Defence Force is seeking high calibre engineering graduates to become Engineer Officers in the Navy, Army and Air Force.

A military engineering career is varied and challenging with early exposure to leadership and decision making. As our Engineers progress through their career they will manage projects and equipment acquisition, be responsible for their subordinates' welfare and professional development and deliver engineering solutions in a high tempo operational context.

We provide world class training, continued professional development throughout your career and support our people to become Chartered Professional Engineers. We offer undergraduate and graduate scholarship schemes suitable for a range of engineering specialities.

For more information visit

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