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    Step 1: Complete an employer profile

    Before you can upload a job, we need to tell our users a little about your organisation.

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    Internships / work experienceGraduate job / programmeWork integrated learning (WIL) placement

    Organisation description

    Must-know info: write one paragraph for each question

    Answer in the third person (use ‘it’, ‘they’. Avoid ‘I’, ‘we’, ‘he/she’). Be factual, with minimal bias.


    Consider:
    1. What your organisation is best known for
    2. What makes your organisation different
    3. What candidates value most about your company and what challenges candidates normally experience
    4. What corporate social initiatives your organisation engages


    Consider:
    1. The steps in your recruitment process
    • application (do they include their CV, cover letter, academic transcript, ID etc)
    • phone interview (when to expect it, how long, who with)
    • psychometric or aptitude test (online or in person, how long it takes)
    • assessment centre (how long, what does it involve)
    • in-person interview (how many, who with, types of questions)
    2. What successful applicants have in common


    Consider:
    1. The steps in your recruitment process
    • application (do they include their CV, cover letter, academic transcript, ID etc)
    • phone interview (when to expect it, how long, who with)
    • psychometric or aptitude test (online or in person, how long it takes)
    • assessment centre (how long, what does it involve)
    • in-person interview (how many, who with, types of questions)
    2. What successful applicants have in common

    Indicate sectors in order of priority

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    AucklandBay of PlentyCanterburyGisborneHawke's BayManawatu-WanganuiMarlboroughNelsonNorthlandOtagoSouthlandTaranakiTasmanWaikatoWellingtonWest Coast

    less than 100 employees100 – 500 employees500 – 1,000 employees1,000 – 50,000 employees50,000 – 100,000 employeesmore than 100,000 employees

    1 – 1010 – 2020 – 5050 – 100100 – 200200 +Not disclosedOther

    All disciplinesBusiness and managementCreative artsEngineering and mathematicsHumanities, arts and social sciencesIT and computer scienceLaw, legal studies and justiceMedical and health sciencesProperty and built environmentSciencesTeaching and education


    Please provide links to any videos (e.g. YouTube, Vimeo) that you would like to include on your profile.

    How to post a job

    Now we can add a job post to your employer profile. Complete the below form to submit.

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    Internships or work experienceWork integrated learning (WIL) placementGraduate job/programme

    On-siteRemote work

    You can add multiple locations for the same opportunity AustraliaNew ZealandInternational

    NSWVICQLDWASAACTNTTAS

    AucklandBay of PlentyCanterburyGisborneHawke's BayManawatu-WanganuiMarlboroughNelsonNorthlandOtagoSouthlandTaranakiTasmanWaikatoWellingtonWest Coast

    Set day or monthASAPOngoing/flexible


    Suggested areas to cover:
    • description of the role
    • the structure of the scheme
    • training and development provided
    • who you are looking for


    Indicate sectors in order of priority

    PaidUnpaid internshipUnpaid internship (with discretionary Stipend awarded)

    All disciplinesBusiness and managementCreative artsEngineering and mathematicsHumanities, arts and social sciencesIT and computer scienceLaw, legal studies and justiceMedical and health sciencesProperty and built environmentSciencesTeaching and education

    All business and managementAccounting, commerce and financeActuarial studiesBusiness administration and managementEconomicsHuman resourcesLeisure, hospitality, tourism and retailMarketing, advertising and public relationsTransport, logistics and procurement

    All creative artsCreative arts (all other)Communication and media studiesFashion and beautyFilm and TVFine artsGraphic design and visual artsJournalism and writingMusic and performing artsPhotography

    All engineering and mathematicsAerospace engineering and aviationAutomotive and transport engineeringChemical engineeringCivil engineering and constructionCommunications engineeringElectrical and electronic engineeringEngineering managementEnvironmental engineeringFire and safety engineeringGeomatic engineeringManufacturing engineeringMarine engineeringMaterials engineeringMathematics and statisticsMechanical engineeringMining engineeringPetroleum engineeringRenewable energy engineeringRobotics and mechatronics engineeringEngineering and mathematics (all other)

    All humanities, arts and social scienceAnthropology and geographyArchaeology and historyClassicsCriminologyDevelopment, migration and genderInternational studiesLanguages, literature and linguisticsLiberal artsLibrarianship and curatorial studiesPhilosophyPolitics and policy studiesPsychology and counsellingSocial work and sociologyTheology and comparative religionHumanities (all other)Social science (all other)

    All IT and computer scienceArtificial intelligenceBioinformaticsComputer science (all other)Computer graphics and animationComputer systems and networksCyber securityData scienceDesign and user experienceProgramming and software engineeringVideo game development

    All lawLawLegal studies

    All medical and health sciencesAudiology and speech pathologyBiomedical scienceChiropractic and osteopathyDentistry and dental scienceExercise and sports scienceHealth administrationMedical and health sciences (all other)Medicine and medical scienceMedical technologyNaturopathy, acupuncture and complementary medicineNursing and midwiferyNutrition and dieteticsOccupational therapyOptometry, ophthalmology and orthopticsParamedic sciencePharmacy and pharmacologyPhysiotherapy and rehabilitationPodiatryPublic healthRadiography

    All property and built environmentArchitecture and interior designBuilding and construction managementProperty, land and real estateQuantity surveyingSustainable developmentUrban design and town planning

    All sciencesAgricultural science and managementBiochemistryBiologyChemistryEarth sciencesEcology and evolutionEnvironmental scienceFood scienceForensic scienceGeneticsGeologyLaboratory technologyMarine sciencePhysics and astronomySciences (all other)Veterinary science

    All teaching and educationCurriculum studiesEarly childhood educationGeneral education studiesPrimary teachingSecondary teachingSpecial educationTertiary educationTESOLVocational education and training

    None / Not specifiedCertificateDiplomaBachelor degreeBachelor honours degreeMasters degreeDoctoral degreeMasters of Business Administration (MBA)Postgraduate certificatePostgraduate diploma

    None / Not specifiedPass65 - 74% WAM (Credit)75 - 84% WAM (Distinction)>85% WAM (High Distinction)

    CitizensPermanent residentsVisa holders with full work rightsVisa holders with limited working rightsNo work rights, sponsorship required

    Important: a specific deadline is required for inclusion in some searches and job alert emails

    Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Placement Criteria

    Work Integrated Learning (WIL) is a form of industry based learning where students enrolled in specific units can complete an internship in exchange for course credit. WIL placements can be paid or unpaid, the university placing the student is responsible for compliance with fair work legislation.

    Answering the following questions will allow our partner universities to pre-approve your opportunity for relevant students from their institution.

    Full time (normal work week)Part time - set hours/weekFlexible

    Permanent roleSet durationFlexible

    YesNo

    YesNo

    YesNo


    Paid interns are considered employees and come under your organisation’s insurance. Unpaid interns, including those awarded a stipend, are typically insured by the University. YesNo


    Examples might include university WIL agreements, working with children check, intellectual property statement etc. YesNo