General information and services
Careers New Zealand Regional Job Matcher
Match your skills and interests to jobs in Auckland.
Free guidance on how to find work in your industry.
General information about finding work in New Zealand, including tips on CVs and job interviews.
Connecting global top talent to Auckland and New Zealand-based companies with in-demand jobs.
Working in New Zealand
Search for jobs and employers.
Are you an overseas student wanting to work in Auckland? Find out more here about working while you study, or visit the Immigration New Zealand website.
Key job search sites
Trade Me (also good for searching property to rent and buy)
Search jobs in Auckland:
IT & telecommunications recruitment agencies
A recruitment company that focuses on IT.
Candle New Zealand
A recruitment site specialising in the information technology and communications industry.
A contract and permanent recruitment consultancy working with IT and telecommunications professionals.
Technology recruitment services.
Specialist technology and digital recruitment company.
Vacancies in the information technology and technical electronics sector.
Find jobs in the information technology sector.
Construction & engineering recruitment agencies
Specialises in the transport, logistics, infrastructure and manufacturing industries.
Focusing on the construction, civil engineering and other specific engineering sectors.
Supplies temporary staff to industry employers.
Permanent, temporary and contract recruitment, servicing a wide range of roles within building and construction.
Dare Contract Services
Specialises in recruiting engineers in the oil and gas, mining and infrastructure industries.
Specialises in technical and trade recruitment.
Can assist skilled workers in finding a job and relocating to Auckland.
Jobs for engineers, technical staff and tradespeople.
Rob Law Max Recruitment
Specialises in engineering, technical and infrastructure positions.
Specialises in engineering, construction and infrastructure jobs.
Specialises in the industrial employment, electronic and manufacturing sectors.
Supplies temporary and permanent workers to the trade sector.
Auckland-based recruitment agencies
Local government jobs
Building relationships and making connections is important when you’re working in Auckland.
Some of the best ways to do this include joining industry associations, attending local networking events, and using professional online profiles such as LinkedIn to broaden your network of contacts. You’ll find it easier to make connections here than in many other cities, and it’s common for businesses – particularly in the tech sector – to collaborate.