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|Selection criteria||No. of EOIs|
|All EOIs above 140 points.||483|
|All EOIs with a job or a job offer claiming between 100 and 140 points.||114|
|All EOIs with a points total between 130 and 140 points and claiming 15 points for work experience in an area of absolute skill shortage.||0|
|All EOIs claiming 10 points for work experience in an area of absolute skill shortage and with a points total of110 to 135 points.||0|
|All EOIs claiming 10 points for a qualification in an area of absolute skills shortage and with a points total between 105 and 135 points.||0|
|All EOIs with a points total of 125-135 points where there is no points claim for a job or job offer, work experience in an area of absolute skill shortage or qualification in an area of absolute skill shortage.||0|
To view the latest Long Term Skill Shortage List, published in February 2013
To see the latest Immediate Skill Shortage List, published in February 2013
In order to meet the increased need for skilled professionals, the Canterbury Skills and Employment Hub has been established by the New Zealand government.
The Skills Hub helps employers to streamline and speed up their recruitment of workers in the Canterbury region by listing job opportunities and matching job applicants to them. If no New Zealander can be found to fill a position, the Skill Hub will provide a confirmation letter which can be submitted with the work visa application, a Labour Market Check.
Katrin Schottke, Employment Adviser at jobs4migrants reports:
'The Building Sector in New Zealand needs people like never before'. Those headlines are increasingly featured in recent newspapers or local recruitment agency requests to us.
Now that the rebuild of Christchurch has started and the building industry is picking up again, it becomes very apparent that '[...] the entire New Zealand building industry will soon experience a huge boom, and inevitably a shortage of construction professionals will result. Some forecasts pick the number of people in construction needing to double, particularly builders with [...] a National Certificate in Carpentry.
There is a high demand for engineers, quantity surveyors, construction project managers and electricians.
One large NZ construction company stated they are particularly looking for 'young Irish workers to aid in Christchurch's civil engineering recovery & helping to rebuild our infrastructure.'
This would be an excellent chance to make your move to New Zealand!
'The Irish are well-known in the [...] construction industry for being highly skilled and motivated workers', according to an article in the Irish Examiner earlier this year, trying to encourage unemployed construction workers to explore opportunities down under.
In light of the current demand and to ensure a smooth immigration procedure we are offering to help you with your work visa application.
We also offer our assistance with your job application procedure to make you a strong contender on the job market for construction workers (professional CV preparation, application material review and further support material from our licensed immigration adviser to reassure your future employers that your visa application is taken care of).
Why not take your chance now and your migration plans a step further?
Talk to us today or write us an email. We look forward to working with you.
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Long Term Skill Shortage List - published in February 2013:
Immediate Skill Shortage List, published in February 2013:
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