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Hang Seng Bank Limited Internship Programme 2014 – 2015

Founded in 1933, Hang Seng Bank Limited is one of Hong Kong’s largest listed companies. As a financial institution ranking as the ‘Best Domestic Bank in Hong Kong’ for the past 13 years, the Bank’s major business activities comprise retail banking and wealth management, commercial banking, global banking and markets, and private banking. 

We seek high-calibre individuals who are eager to help us expand our business in a dynamic market. Join a winning team and contribute to Hang Seng Bank’s continued success while furthering your career.

If you are interested in developing a career in the banking industry and gaining hands-on experience and exposure in a reputable bank, please come and join our Internship Programme of Hang Seng Bank.

Principal responsibilities

  • Full time employment ranging from 6 months to 11 months, commencing anytime from Oct 2014 – Jan 2015
  • Intern will be assigned to one of our business functions according to his/her profile and vacancy availability, in either
    • Commercial and Corporate Banking
    • Detail Banking and Wealth Management
    • Finance
    • Technology and Services

Requirements

  • Non-final year university students in any discipline
  • Students with Hong Kong permanent residency or valid work permit in Hong Kong
  • Cantonese Speaker is a must; Good command of written and spoken English and Chinese
  • Good knowledge of application software (MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint) & Chinese Word Processing
  • Good analytical, communication and interpersonal skills
  • Strong self-motivation and willingness to learn

Application
To apply, please send your resume to recruit12@hangseng.com (Email subject: Hang Seng Internship programme – Name) indicating your preferences in which stream and your available employment period for our bank Internship Programme. You are also welcome to visit our website, www.hangseng.com, for further details about career opportunities in our Bank. 

Applicants who are not contacted within one month may consider their applications unsuccessful.

Application deadline
October 31st, 2014


IRD

Customer Service Specialists – Te Rapa Contact Centre

As a Customer Service Specialist you are the voice of Inland Revenue, and as the first point of contact our customer’s impression of Inland Revenue will come from you. Ideally you will already have customer service experience, fully appreciate what great customer service means and can demonstrate your ability to deliver this.

It’s a busy time at Inland Revenue in Te Rapa and we have seats to fill for our November 2014 intake so that we can provide an even better service to our customers!

In the Contact Centre at Inland Revenue you can enjoy:

  • a stable workplace with in-depth training and support regular
  • coaching and performance reviews
  • a fun, friendly and supportive work environment

To be successful in this role, you will:

  • have excellent communication skills who can clearly and accurately convey information 
  • be committed to delivering a high standard of customer service to a diverse range of customers
  • be computer savvy and have a knack for problem solving
  • have a real talent for multitasking and keen to learn new skills 
  • be patient with the ability to keep calm under pressure
  • be reliable, committed with a positive, ‘can-do’ attitude

You don’t need to know about tax or social policies as we will train you in these things and more.

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, and no more than four Saturdays in a 16 week period. 

To find out more about working with us watch this short video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0m45ebbpwM

The start date for these roles is the 17th November 2014.

Please apply via our careers website with job ref: 1129118. Please submit a CV along with your cover letter outlining the skills, knowledge and experience you can bring to the position. You will also be required to complete an online application form.

Applications close on the 12th October 2014.


Kidnappers

Located minutes from Napier & Hastings, The Farm at Cape Kidnappers is a world class lodge that comprises 28 luxury guest suites, a 6000 acre working farm and the No.22 ranked golf course in the world.

We have opportunities available for experienced Food & Beverage people to join our staff on a Full Time, Part Time or Casual basis

You will work alongside one of the most professional Food & Beverage teams in the country and be exposed to a wide range of food styles from our daily changing menu. We are a Relais & Chateaux property and one of only 3 restaurants in the country that is currently awarded with Wine Spectators ‘Best of Award of Excellence’.

Experience, attention to detail, great organisational skills, a strong work ethic and positive attitude will be the key to unlocking these exciting positions.

The roles are available now and you will need the have the right to live and work in New Zealand to apply.

To apply, please send your CV, cover letter and a current photograph of yourself to:

James McMenamin Restaurant Manager
The Farm at Cape Kidnappers
james@capekidnappers.com
www.capekidnappers.com


Callaghan Innovation PG Intern: Data Mining Analyst

Closes: 1 Nov, 2014
Commences: 1 Dec 2014
Type: Full-time
Remuneration: $60,000/year
Location: Christchurch, New Zealand
Website: http://sites.mckesson.com/capacity/

McKesson New Zealand are looking for a post graduate with skills in Data Mining/Machine Learning to work with our talented team. Join us if you want to make a real difference to how patients are cared for in healthcare facilities across the globe.

We are a fun, energetic local company with the backing of a large US Fortune 50 company. We employ agile best practices and balance getting the work done with cool stuff like Team Fortress 2, darts, BBQs, poker and Friday beer...

The key responsibilities of this role will be to:

  • Understand the rich dataset of patient care information that we collect with our world class capacity management product
  • Build and tune models to predict key performance indicators of patient care, including targets set by governments
  • Incorporate these models into useful reports so that healthcare facilities can adjust their behaviour to effectively meet these targets

Successful candidates will have:

  • A strong sense of awesome
  • A Masters or PhD in Statistics or Computer Science (or be due to complete one by 1 April 2015)
  • Sound knowledge of data mining (machine learning) techniques
  • Great interpersonal skills

Application procedures
A cover letter and CV to be sent to Kirsty Sloan, detailing grades and any relevant experience.
Applications close: 1 November 2014
Contact details: Mrs Kirsty Sloan Ph: 03 379 6662
Email: kirsty.sloan@mckesson.com


Metservices

Callaghan Innovation Undergraduate Internship - GUI & Weather Forecast

Wellington Central, North Island

MetService is a progressive company that delivers a range of specialised IT based meteorological solutions nationally and internationally to businesses and the public. Underpinning our success is a commercially driven agile business culture supported by a leading edge Forecasting Research group. This group looks at developing forecasting capability and one key area of focus for us is the energy sector.

We are offering a Callaghan Innovation Undergraduate Internship, which is a paid internship of up to 400 hours, working on a graphical user interface that start weather model runs.

The project will create a graphical user interface utilising Google Maps to define an area of interest for a weather forecast. Through this GUI a weather forecasting model run will be initiated. Once the output is available a notification email will be sent and the output will be displayed in the same GUI.

The completion of the project will involve a report that summarises the work and knowledge gained.

Requirements:
This project could suit a student either completing or having completed an undergraduate degree in engineering or science with a software development component. Strong computing skills are a must, and experience with programming in Python and HTML is expected. Also experience with programming a GUI and using Google Maps are needed for a successful completion of the project. A general interest in weather forecasting would be an advantage.

The successful candidate will be required to undertake this project as part of the Forecasting Research group and will be based at the MetService office in Wellington.

The candidate must

  • be in their final or penultimate year. If in the final year the student will have completed their studies by 31 March 2015. 
  • have a current New Zealand work visa, a variation to student visa or must be a NZ citizen or NZ resident. 
  • be prepared to work fulltime in a company. 

Recent academic transcripts need to be provided with the application.

Applications close 29 September 2014.

Applications should be made online at this website.

Contact Details:

Name: Andy Ziegler or Graham Rye
Phone: 04 4700 700

Callaghan Innovation Postgraduate Internship - Long-term Weather Forecasting

Wellington Central, North Island

MetService is a progressive company that delivers a range of specialised IT-based meteorological solutions nationally and internationally to businesses and the public. Underpinning our success is a commercially driven agile business culture supported by a leading edge Forecasting Research group. This group looks at developing forecasting capability and one key area of focus for us is the energy sector.

We are offering a Callaghan Innovation Postgraduate Internship, which is a paid internship of 6 months' duration, working on long term forecasting.

The project will analyse long range weather forecasting data and measure skill of different forecast products. These forecast products will cover a wide range of weather situations that are important to our customers such as droughts, heavy rainfall and extreme temperatures. As part of this project the intern is expected to contribute to the definition of new weather products, assess the skill provided by such a product, and improve the product definition to increase the skill.

The completion of the project will involve a report that summarises the work with all experiments and verifications for the research group and product manager.

Requirements:
The successful candidate should have or be about to have a PhD or Masters in Maths, Statistics, Physics, or a Geoscience, with a strong scientific computing component.

They must have experience in programming or scripting with at least one high level language, preferably Python, and must be comfortable using Linux systems. They should be experienced with reading and converting data formats and scientific computing.

Experience with meteorological data sets and common file formats such as netCDF and GRIB and experience in verifying weather forecasts, would be an advantage.

The successful candidate will be required to undertake this project as part of the Forecasting Research group and will be based at the MetService office in Wellington.

The candidate must

  • Be postgraduate and be either completing masters or doctoral studies from of a New Zealand university by 1 April 2015, or have graduated within the last six months from 1 July 2014 and are not currently employed.
  • Have graduated within the last 6 months and not be employed.
  • Be from a relevant field of study.
  • Not be permanently employed. The student can be employed in an unrelated position such as temporary employment; or a position related to their area of study but one that is temporary or part time/ or at a tertiary organisation (university or polytechnic).
  • Have a current New Zealand work visa at the time of application (or an application in progress as at 1 September 2014 that is subsequently approved).
  • Be prepared to work fulltime in a company.

Recent academic transcripts need to be provided with the application.

Applications close 29 September 2014.

Applications should be made online at this website.

Contact Details:

Name: Andy Ziegler or Will Catton
Phone: 04 4700 700


BusinessNZ CRL

2014 Callaghan Innovation R&D Career Grant BEC2050
Research Intern

The BusinessNZ Energy Council (BEC) is a group of organisations taking a leading role in creating a sustainable energy future for New Zealand. BEC is a member of the BusinessNZ family NZ's peak business body delivering advice to and advocacy on behalf of its members.
BEC is undertaking a major project to develop scenarios of New Zealand’s “energy future” to 2050. Primarily, they intend to do this through a novel scenario modelling approach, leveraging the World Energy Council’s (WEC) work in this area World Energy Scenarios:  Composing energy futures to 2050. As part of this, BEC will partner with a world-leading modelling organisation, the Paul Scherrer Institute, based in Geneva, Switzerland.
CRL Energy Limited is a commercial research and consultancy company with a focus on energy technologies and environmental issues. We have close links with government, industry, a variety of national and international clients and a well-established reputation for carrying out high quality research and consultancy. CRL Energy’s Technology Group is a research and consulting team with experience in a wide range of energy systems.

Research Intern
CRL Energy is proposing to appoint, for a 6 month term, a Postgraduate Research intern to work with BEC on the BEC 2050 Energy Scenarios project.
This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in world-leading research; help shape New Zealand’s energy future; and embark on a career in energy research or in the energy sector.
Ideally, the role would suit someone just completing a post graduate qualification. The role will provide you with many challenges and opportunities for personal growth. You will be based at our Lower Hutt offices on the Gracefield Science Park, but will also have the opportunity to work out of a Wellington CBD location.
To be successful in this role, ideally you will have:

  • A keen interest in New Zealand’s energy future
  • An energy-related post-graduate science, engineering or business qualification.
  • A high-level awareness of the energy industry and energy technologies.
  • Good numeracy and literacy skills, and a high degree of autonomy and motivation
  • A passion to lead and to grow.

A stipend of $30,000 will be paid for the 6 month appointment.
The candidate will work closely with and be mentored by BusinessNZ Energy Council and Sapere Research Group who are project-managing BEC2050. The intern will also work with MBIE, EECA, MfE and the 16 energy industry partners who are funding the project.
Enquiries to, and job description available from: Dr R S Whitney r.whitney@crl.co.nz
Chairman - BusinessNZ Energy Council
Chief Science Advisor - CRL Energy Ltd and Coal Association NZ

Or phone Stephen Batstone BEC 2050 project manager on +64 (27) 225 1983


EY

Join EY and create your future.

Creative and inspired, you could become a future leader. Become an EY graduate and transition from student to problem-solver and trusted advisor.

Starting your career with EY is your opportunity to be part of our exciting and supportive environment. From entrepreneurial start-ups to multinationals, we’ll guide you on how to help our clients manage risk, address issues and capitalise on opportunities. And, we’ll give you exposure to some of the largest clients and most interesting projects, both locally and globally.

As a graduate with EY you’ll be able to add value to your clients and shape your career as a professional. With early responsibility and the support and training to grow, you’ll build the confidence to pursue your goals. Exposed to a wide-range of clients, you can expect to develop your networks, collaborate with specialists, learn from mentors and even study for postgraduate qualifications.

Advisory (IT) Graduates

Our Auckland and Wellington Graduate Programme will commence in March 2015. 

We’re looking for…
• Students in information systems, information technology or computer science. 

To be successful in the application process, you’ll need to be highly motivated with a genuine interest in working with clients to handle complex issues and resolve challenges. You’re team focused with strong analytical skills and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment. You’ll work with clients as soon as you start so you'll also need to be a confident communicator and passionate about client service excellence. 

Information on our Advisory service line can be found at www.ey.com/nz/en/Careers/Students
Eligibility
To apply for our Graduate Program, you are required to be:

• In the final year of your degree or as a graduate, within 18 months from your graduation date at the time of application 
• A New Zealand or Australian citizen or a New Zealand permanent resident. International students should refer to our criteria at www.ey.com/nz/careers/intl before applying. 

Join EY and create your future. Apply now!

Apply online at www.ey.com/nz/careers/apply. Complete the application form and attach a copy of your academic transcript.

Successful applicants will be required to provide original academic transcripts and proof of citizenship and current permanent residency status.


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 www.ultimateoe.co.nz.

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


Education Network

 

Would you like to teach in the UK?

If so The Education Network can help you. We have many long term teaching positions available for Early Years Teachers, Primary Teachers and Secondary Teacher starting in both September 2014 and January 2015.

We can support you:

We will be able to help you every step of the way in coming to the UK. You will have a point of contact from day one both in the UK and at home - we will be able to give you advice and guidance on travel and accommodation. Best of all we will do our best to get you interviewing on Skype whilst you are still in NZ, we aim at getting you pre-placed at a supportive, well run good quality school before you even arrive!

Benefits of working through us:

  • Pay: we are one of the best payers for temporary teachers in the UK, for example teachers in London can expect to earn $260-$300 per day.
  • Support: as outlined above, we will support you every step of the way and have NZ and UK based staff.
  • Free UK police check (DBS)
  • Get interviewed before you arrive, get a long term placement, no day to day supply.
  • Excellent fringe benefits through our pay rolling partner, reduce your tax burden and expenses whilst saving money on shopping, travel and nights out!

 

Who are we?

The Education Network was founded in 1993 and is part of the Pertemps Network Group, one of the biggest recruitment companies in the UK. Over the last 20 years we have developed an unrivalled reputation as a high quality, responsive education recruitment specialist, dedicated to providing a personalised service to our clients and candidates. You will get the benefit of working for a big company but the service of a boutique firm. We cover the whole of the UK, but currently we have very high demand for teachers in London.

What to do next?

Get in contact! We would love to hear from you!

Email your up-to-date CV to us today on london@ednetwork.co.uk and we will get right back to you!

The Education Network
Tel: +44 020 8549 2726
Email: london@ednetwork.co.uk
Websitewww.theeducationnetwork.co.uk
Address: The Education Network, Surrey House, 34 Eden Street, Kingston upon Thames, KT1 1ER


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.

JOB DESCRIPTIONS:

  • 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.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

  • 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

HOW TO APPLY?
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 tesljob@korea.com or visit www.tesljobkorea.com.

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
Director
T: 07 854 0301
M: 027 250 2011
E: tesljob@korea.com

TESLJOBKOREA Ltd
94 Rototuna Road
Rototuna
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
E: jay@teachlondon.co.nz
W: www.teachlondon.co.nz


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 www.defencecareers.mil.nz


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For more information on any of the above positions, please email careers@waikato.ac.nz.