If you are looking to immigrate to New Zealand as a skilled migrant, you will need to obtain a work visa, and for you to qualify for a work visa, you will need to have a job to come to.
If you want to know where to find jobs in New Zealand, you will need to ask two questions; “What are the vocations where there is a current skill shortage?” and “Where in New Zealand are these jobs most likely to be found?”
In answer to the first question, here is a sample of the jobs that are in high demand with resultant skill shortages.
- Engineers (civil, structural, production, chemical, mining, and geotechnical)
- Health Professionals (doctors, nurses, midwives)
- IT professionals
- Construction (project managers, architects, qualified builders, associated trade professionals)
- Farming (scientists, farm workers)
If you have the right sort of qualifications in areas of skill shortage, it is possible that you may be allowed entry under the Skilled Migrant Category. In this case,
- To be eligible for residence,
- You must be 55 or under,
- Be of good health and character,
- Fluent in English
- Must be qualified
A points system is used by the New Zealand Immigration Department that takes into account the above criteria, in addition to your employability, education and qualifications. If you have a resume that meets these criteria, then it is likely that New Zealand will welcome your application.
In answer to the second question, most of these jobs are likely to be found in either Auckland or Christchurch. The reason for this is that Auckland is New Zealand’s largest and fastest-growing city, and Christchurch, which is the second-largest city, was hit by a devastating earthquake, causing damage estimated to cost $40 Billion to rebuild. In fact, it has been said that it is one of the World’s most expensive earthquakes of all time, and it is estimated that it will take 20 years to complete the work.
The next question that you may be asking is; “How do I find work in New Zealand?” There are two ways of doing this:
Firstly you will need to submit your resume, showing your qualifications and work experience, to either a New Zealand employment agency or to an immigration consultancy firm. It should be noted that apart from farm workers, you will need a university degree (bachelor level or better) in order to obtain a work visa to New Zealand.
It should be noted that apart from farm workers, you will need a university degree (bachelor level or better) in order to obtain a work visa to New Zealand.
If you have the right sort of qualifications, we can direct you to reputable New Zealand work permit consultants in India and/or employment agencies that are able to assist you to find a job in New Zealand.
Giant Migration is one of the best New Zealand work permit consultants in India that can help you easily to migrate with us professional experience. So do not waste your time and enjoy your journey hassle- free by contacting them.