Decide which area you are interested in living in before looking for roles, see below for more information in the main 4 centres.
Auckland is the largest and flashiest of New Zealand’s cities with a youthful and ethnically diverse population. Most of the country’s biggest companies are headquartered in Auckland’s bustling business district but, wherever you live or work in ‘The City of Sails’, you’re never far from beautiful beaches, superb woodlands, and a wealth of outdoor recreations.
For more information visit www.aucklandnz.com
Situated in the heart of the North Island Hamilton is New Zealand’s fourth largest city, in a region that hosts the country’s longest river, Hobbiton Movie Set, and the world famous Waitomo Caves with its glow-worms and adventure tourism activities. Hamilton has a vibrant café scene and is surrounded by rolling hills and majestic forests that shape the landscape.
For more information visit www.hamiltonwaikato.com
Wellington hosts New Zealand’s seat of Government, many top financial and legal firms, and a thriving arts scene. Famed for its café culture and top restaurants, Wellington is also home to the National Museum, the biennial National Arts Festival, the New Zealand Ballet, and the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra.
For more information visit www.wellingtonnz.com
Christchurch is a little bit of Britain in NZ. Known as the gateway to the South Island Christchurch is within two hours of wonderful scenery; skiing; wineries; dolphin & whale encounters and beautiful beaches.
For more information visit www.christchurchnz.com