JOIN OUR FRIENDLY COMMUNITY
Learn from the experiences of other expats and make new friends in our disccussion forums and Facebook groups

READ OUR GUIDE TO MOVING ABROAD
The Expat Focus Guide to Moving Abroad contains everything you need to know when planning an international relocation available now, completely free

COMPARE QUOTES AND SAVE MONEY
Insurance, FX and international movers

LISTEN TO THE EXPAT FOCUS PODCAST
The Expat Focus podcast features interviews with expats living abroad and service providers meeting their needs subscribe today!

EXPERT FINANCIAL ADVICE & SERVICES
From our tax, investment and FX partners

Expat Focus Partners

Become a Partner. Click Here.

HGV DRIVER

Discussion forum for expats moving to or living in New Zealand.

Reply to topicReply to topic
Forum FAQSearchView unanswered posts
 
  
HGV DRIVER

Post Posted: Wed Sep 13, 2017 1:13 pm

Our client is seeking licensed HGV Drivers for fulltime permanent roles in cities such as Christchurch, Auckland, Wellington and Queenstown.

We are a FREE service.

Ideal candidates will have experience operating a wide range of vehicles with gearboxes such as crashbox, roadranger, splitter and synchro. You will need to have a C+E license.These are generally construction industry related, as opposed to long haul, therefore relevant experience will be required.

In New Zealand, HGV drivers will be expected to get involved in other aspects of work, not just driving. You MUST be prepared to labour as well E.g. digging holes, operating vac trucks, unloading and loading. Some roles for example require 50% driving and 50% labouring.

A CV is a must. You must also be able to provide written references and an oral reference will be taken as part of the process.

Permanent fulltime contracts are on offer. You will be “on the books” as opposed to working self-employed meaning you will enjoy 4 weeks paid annual leave, and your employer pays a levy to cover health insurance and contributes to your retirement savings scheme

Starting rate for licensed HGV Drivers in New Zealand is $20 -23 NZD per hour and will increase according to skills, experience and qualifications.

You will likely need a vehicle to transport yourself to your worksite.

Opportunities are on-going and start dates are flexible – Our client will provide you with relocation assistance including visas, shipping, banking, money transfer and support before you arrive in New Zealand.

Our client's recruitment team is traveling from New Zealand to the UK to meet skilled people in London and in Manchester.
www.workingin-events.c...v-drivers/

 

jobexpo017
Newbie
Newbie
 
 
Page 1 of 1






Expat Health Insurance Partners


Cigna Global

Cigna has worked in international health insurance for more than 30 years. Today, Cigna has over 71 million customer relationships around the world. Looking after them is an international workforce of 31,000 people, plus a network of over 1 million hospitals, physicians, clinics and health and wellness specialists worldwide, meaning you have easy access to treatment.