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Automotive Employment NZ Ltd
Business // Employment // New Zealand
Member since: 25 January 2011
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The Automotive Employment NZ team warmly welcomes you. It is our pledge you will find our team honest, friendly, approachable hardworking, efficient and passionate about our work. Our people are genuinely decent and have been selected foremost with this in mind. We have forged a reputation in the New Zealand market place that has taken a long time to achieve and strive hard every day to be the best we can be.

Automotive Employment NZ Ltd is a specialist motor industry recruitment company. We find quality candidates for our clients and quality positions for job seekers. We service the following sectors of the New Zealand motor industry:

* Automotive
* Heavy Automotive
* Heavy Equipment
* Forklifts
* Farm Machinery
* Marine
* National distributors in the motor industry

New Zealand's most experienced automotive recruiter is the founder of the company and has been involved in this industry as a director since 1991.

Visit our website for NZ Automotive job listings and more details or call us on +64 9 271 3200 for consultation.

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Thursday, 17 March 2011
Automotive Employment NZ Has Offered to Support Victims of the September 22 Christchurch Earthquake Automotive Employment NZ has offered to support victims of the September 22 Christchurch earthquake by offering fixed-term automotive jobs to displaced automotive industry employees in the Canterbury region. 419 views

Tuesday, 25 January 2011
More Heavy Machinery Job Opportunities Coming to the New Zealand Automotive Industry This year was a particularly difficult one for the automotive recruitment industry and this was reflected in the falling away of employment opportunities in this sector right across the board. However, recent figures show that confidence is rising in virtually all sectors of the motor industry, with the forestry sector for heavy machinery coming in very strongly on the job market. 336 views