Want to immigrate to New Zealand? Looking for work in the public sector? We may be able to help.
At The Johnson Group, we know that attracting talented migrants to our shores is one of the keys to New Zealand’s future success.
Our recruitment consultants are interested to hear from people overseas, especially returning Kiwis, who are looking for government work in New Zealand.
In particular we’re keen to talk to policy analysts, economists and managers with an established background in government.
If this sounds like you please feel free to email us your resume and we will send you a questionnaire about relocating to New Zealand. Once we have received your response we can then determine how we might assist.
As a job seeker, wishing to work in New Zealand, we are in a much better position to assist you if you have already completed the immigration requirements.
New Zealand’s capital city is a great place to live and work, and there’s plenty to see and do.
Wellintonians are privileged to a stress-free life in a small city with big city advantages. Think clean, with less traffic congestion. There are plenty of restaurants, bars, shopping, theatres, art galleries and museums to cater for a variety of tastes.
We’re the cultural capital of the country too - home to national favourites the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra and the Royal New Zealand Ballet Company, as well as Te Papa, the Museum of New Zealand, which is situated in a prime spot on our harbour’s edge.
Wellington is also home to several popular annual and biennial festivals and events, including the annual IRB Rugby Sevens tournament, International Arts Festival and the World of Wearable Arts (WoW) show.
Then there’s the scenery. Set between a beautiful harbour and green hills at the bottom of the North Island, Wellington has easily accessible beaches. The South Island is just a ferry ride away across the Cook Strait, and the beauty of the surrounding Wairarapa area less than an hour away by train. Peter Jackson’s film crews and numerous movie stars have worked and played here. It really says something about our surroundings and atmosphere.
If you want to get more of a feel for New Zealand’s vibrant capital, check out the following links: