Looking for jobs in New Zealand couldn’t be easier. Most visas can be applied for online, particularly the Working Holiday Scheme Visa (WHSV). This visa permits applicants to stay in New Zealand for up to 23 months, working for a maximum of 12 months. You can even enroll in a training or study course for up to 6 months if you feel you need to brush up on your professional skills.
Jobs in New Zealand are varied and numerous. Common industries for gap year workers include hospitality and administration. New Zealand also has what they call a ‘skills shortage list’. If your profession is one that is mentioned on that list, you’ve got the qualifications and experience that New Zealand is specifically looking for. This could make getting a permanent working or resident visa easier for you further down the line if you choose to stay on in the country.
And come on, why wouldn’t you? With the combination of sheer natural beauty and a bustling economy, New Zealand makes a great place to spend a working holiday abroad.
This is your chance to live the life you’ve always wanted, get paid to be a ski bum in New Zealand this summer.
11 Week Level 1 & 2 Ski Instructor Internship - Train Level 1, Work, Train, Level 2 + Ski Work Train Program Level 3 - 6 Weeks Full Time Ski Instructor Work then 6 weeks Performance Training
Experience the open landscape, adrenalin-fuelled adventures and laid-back lifestyle of New Zealand on our gap year teaching assistant program at one of the country’s leading schools
Come to Queenstown, New Zealand and train for your Ski Snowboard Instructor Qualifications! We run a selection of different courses to suit all levels, abilities and goals from June - Sept
We offer the ultimate ski and snowboard instructor courses. Working with the world’s top ski resorts the program provides full training and a guaranteed instructor job offer!
Do you love children, travel and new experiences? With Kangaroo Au Pair, you get to live as part of a family, learn a new language and immerse yourself in a whole different culture!
Schools Assistants in New Zealand have varied and exciting roles working in either a day or boarding school, as you will mainly be responsible for assisting staff in their daily duties.