New Kiwis is a FREE employment service to migrant job seekers and New Zealand employers.
The service is provided by Auckland Chamber of Commerce and Immigration New Zealand.
Create your New Kiwis CV online now. New Zealand employers search and download these CV's when they are looking for staff. There are helpful tips along the way and we will provide you feedback.
This workshop is held every two weeks in Auckland. It is a FREE 3 day training programme to assist newly arrived migrants seeking employment in New Zealand. For more information click here or call us on 0800 709 907.
Do the New Kiwis online course to get great free advice and helpful tips on job hunting in New Zealand. You will find out about networking, applying online and interviews.
Gives employers access to the CV's of over 5000 migrant job seekers. These are New Kiwis living in New Zealand or you can go global and expand your search.
Contact one of the team to discuss your vacancy or for further information.
We understand the employment and recruitment needs of New Zealand employers. It's about getting the right skills and fit for the team. Visit our Info Centre for links to employment advice, immigration and events at the Chamber.
New Zealand employers will need to register on New Kiwis before downloading CV's. This will include company details and GST number to ensure the legitimacy of the business. This is to protect confidentiality and ensure the purpose of accessing job seekers information is recruitment into paid employment only.
“I just want to thank you for your time and support that you have extended to me. I am truly grateful! It was really a great experience.”
Client Care Co-ordinator
“Thank you so much for helping me update my CV and cover according to the NZ market. I had applied for an admin job in a lighting company on Friday. They needed a candidate with an architectural background. I had the interview today morning and I got the job! They just called me now. Thankyou for all your help. Really appreciate it”
“I got happy news in the end and I’m going to start to work next Monday. So, I want to say thank you very much for you help, the encouragement that you gave me and the support that the Chamber of Commerce give to the new kiwis. Thanks one more time and I’ll see you next time.”
“I have good news-- I got a great job offer from Auckland Council. I started last week, and so far, so good. I have a lovely office with views of the city. Thank you for all your help. Though I got to your workshop towards the end of my job search, you made me feel more confident in knowing my rights and understanding the Kiwi workplace.”
Planning & Performance Manager