How to secure a job offer and visa for New Zealand

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Are you dreaming of a life in New Zealand, but clueless about navigating the job hunt?

Date: Tuesday 10 October 2023

Time: 8.00PM UK time (GMT+1)

Duration: 40 minutes

New Zealand has many in demand jobs across multiple industries, understanding the job market and how to secure these roles is essential. Join our upcoming webinar where our experts will guide you through everything from perfecting your job application to the steps you need to take to secure a New Zealand visa.

Working In has been helping skilled people experience life in New Zealand for 25 years. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from our expert hosts as they share valuable insights into the Kiwi job market, tips and strategies for job searching, and visa requirements for New Zealand.

You’ll learn everything you need to know about:

Why it can be so difficult to secure a job offer in New Zealand

Why a CV on it’s own is not enough to secure a job in New Zealand

4 steps to securing a job offer and visa


Paul Goddard

Paul is our UK based Licensed Immigration Adviser and Employment Consultant. Paul, along with his family, was featured in the BBC documentary “Get a New Life” which followed their journey to New Zealand. He is also author of the book “A New Life in New Zealand“. Paul left the UK in 2003 and has spent 17 years in New Zealand. He is currently living back in the UK assisting those making the move to New Zealand.

Daryl Quinn

Working In New Zealand’s General manager of Contracting, Daryl was born in New Zealand’s and moved to the United Kingdom as a child when his family emigrated. After 30 years of living in the UK, Daryl, his wife and two sons moved back to New Zealand’s in 2005. He currently lives on the North Shore of Auckland. Daryl has extensive experience in both the New Zealand’s and UK job markets across a wide range of industries and sectors. He offers expert advice to those looking to move to New Zealand’s.