Jobs in Gisborne
Agriculture has been Gisborne region's most important industry since earliest settlement.
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However, agriculture has diversified over the years and now forestry, viticulture, horticulture and industries such as food processing are becoming increasingly important.
Gisborne is a small economy underpinned by an export-focused agriculture sector. Gisborne contributed 0.7 per cent to national GDP (year ended March 2016), provides 4.1 per cent of national employment (together with the Hawke's Bay), and is home to an estimated 1.0 per cent of the national population [Source: Statistics New Zealand data, 2017].
Job vacancies in the Gisborne region
Trade Me Jobs - lists a number of jobs in Gisborne.
Seek - New Zealand's largest general job website.
Workhere - specifically designed to connect offshore skilled workers and Kiwi expats with New Zealand employers.
Work and Income - jobs available in Gisborne for Job Seekers.
careers.govt.nz - lists recruitment companies in New Zealand.
The Gisborne Herald - publishes jobs available in the Situations Vacant column.
Job search help
Tips for recent migrants | careers.govt.nz - a free service to assist with your job search and prepare you for employment in the local labour market.
Work and Income New Zealand (WINZ) - a government department helping to find employment for residents or those with a valid work permit.
New Kiwis - provides a programme linking New Zealand employers with skilled migrants living in New Zealand, or who are in the process of emigrating.
Business networking organisations
Gisborne Economic Development - the economic development agency for the Gisborne District Council.
Gisborne Chamber of Commerce (CECC) - supports local businesses by offering advice, consultancy, training and networking opportunities.
New Zealand Federation of Business and Professional Women (BPW) - aims to improve the employment, education, economic and social conditions of women.
Volunteering is a great way to gain work experience, meet new people, learn about your community, and improve your English skills.
Gisborne Volunteering Centre matches volunteers looking for volunteering roles with organisations looking for specific skills, and offers free to low-cost training for volunteers.