Source: New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA)
As an employer of migrant engineers, you and your prospective employees will want to know how their qualifications stack up against those...
Source: Workhere New Zealand
Workhere New Zealand can help you attract, retain and engage with quality engineering candidates who are considering moving to New Zealand.
Find out how to how to hire employees with the aptitude and skills that will help your business run smoothly and efficiently.
Source: Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE)
A comprehensive guide on hiring – who to hire and when, how to interview and what it costs.
Source: Engineering e2e
Case study of an engineering firm taking on a secondary school student intern to support their long-term recruitment plan.
Source: Employment New Zealand
A detailed guide to hiring, focusing on legal obligations and employment relations, and designed to help you avoid common problems.
Source: Venture Taranaki
A regional approach to attracting and retaining staff, including how to “sell” your particular job and region.
Source: Nevada Small Business
Eight reasons you should consider employing from within the ranks of your engineering company.
Source: Enginuity Advantage
Three steps to hiring the best engineers, provided by a US engineering recruitment firm.
Source: NZ Unified Diplomas in Engineering (NZBED)
The New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (NZDEP) and New Zealand Diploma in Engineering Practice (NZDEP) explained. Designed for students, but...
A case study on the range of skills and benefits that Bachelor of Engineering Technology (BEngTech) graduates bring to the table.
Source: Future in Tech
A short guide to the different types of engineering certificates, diplomas and degrees offered by New Zealand polytechs and universities....
Source: Engineering New Zealand
An explanation of the three engineering education programmes accredited by Engineering NZ.
Engineering apprentice Paul Taurima gives his perspective on the value of on-the-job training and mentoring.
Source: Immigration New Zealand (INZ)
Check your prospective employee’s visa status and satisfy yourself that they’re able to settle here and work for you.