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Construction
Civil Engineer
Typical Job Description

Civil Engineers are primarily concerned with designing and constructing buildings and structures that are safe and capable of withstanding the elements to which they will be exposed, as well as improving the integrity of existing buildings.

Key Responsibilities:

Preparing reports, designs and drawings

Making calculations about loads and stresses

Selecting appropriate construction materials

Providing technical advice

Obtaining planning and/or building regulations approval

Liaising with relevant professional staff such as architects

Monitoring and inspecting work undertaken by contractors

Administering contracts

Managing projects

Visa Qualification:

A relevant recognised qualification which is at, or above, the qualification level on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework. The qualification must correspond to the skill level indicated for that occupation in the Australian New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO)
OR
The relevant work experience that the ANZSCO indicates may substitute the required qualification
OR
The relevant requirements specified in the Long Term Skill Shortage List (LTSSL) for your occupation (if your occupation is included in the LTSSL)
OR
Five years of relevant work experience.

Construction Project Manager
Typical Job Description

As a Construction project manager you will be supervising construction projects from beginning to end, ensuring that projects are completed within time and budgetary constraints.

Key Responsibilities:

Determine the scheduling of different phases of a project based on established deadlines.

Negotiate contracts with architects, vendors, contractors and other workers.

Secure building permits and licenses and delivery of materials and equipment to construction sites also might be issues that must be addressed initially.

During project – manage and monitor construction progress, including worker productivity and compliance with building and safety codes.

Dealing with all onsite and offsite problems and creating resolution  so not to delay completion of project to budget.

Visa Qualification:

A relevant recognised qualification which is at, or above, the qualification level on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework. The qualification must correspond to the skill level indicated for that occupation in the Australian New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO)

OR
The relevant work experience that the ANZSCO indicates may substitute the required qualification
OR
The relevant requirements specified in the Long Term Skill Shortage List (LTSSL) for your occupation (if your occupation is included in the LTSSL)
OR
Five years of relevant work experience.

Architect
Typical Job Description

Create designs for new construction projects, alterations and redevelopments.

Involvement throughout the construction process, adapting plans according to budget constraints, environmental factors or client needs. Working closely with a range of construction professionals from quantity surveyors to building services engineers.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Creating building designs and highly detailed drawings both by hand and by using specialist computer-aided design (CAD) applications
  • Liaising with construction professionals about the feasibility of potential projects
  • Working around constraining factors such as town planning legislation, environmental impact and project budget
  • Working closely with a team of other professionals such as building service engineers, construction managers, quantity surveyors and architectural technologists
  • Applying for planning permission and advice from governmental new build and legal departments
  • Writing and presenting reports, proposals, applications and contracts
  • Specifying the requirements for the project
  • Adapting plans according to circumstances and resolving any problems that may arise during construction
  • Playing a part in project and team management
  • Travelling regularly to building sites, proposed locations and client meetings

Visa Qualification:

A relevant recognised qualification which is at, or above, the qualification level on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework. The qualification must correspond to the skill level indicated for that occupation in the Australian New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO)
OR
The relevant work experience that the ANZSCO indicates may substitute the required qualification
OR
The relevant requirements specified in the Long Term Skill Shortage List (LTSSL) for your occupation (if your occupation is included in the LTSSL)
OR
Five years of relevant work experience.

Architectural Draftsperson
Typical Job Description

Prepare detailed drawings of architectural designs and plans for buildings and structures according to specifications provided by architect.

Key Responsibilities:

Obtain and assemble data to complete architectural designs, visiting job sites to compile measurements as necessary.
Draw rough and detailed scale plans for foundations, buildings and structures, based on preliminary concepts, sketches, engineering calculations, specification sheets and other data.
Lay out and plan interior room arrangements for commercial buildings, using computer-assisted drafting (CAD) equipment and software.
Represent architect on construction site, ensuring builder compliance with design specifications and advising on design corrections, under architect's supervision.
Check dimensions of materials to be used and assign numbers to lists of materials.
Determine procedures and instructions to be followed, according to design specifications and quantity of required materials.
Create freehand drawings and lettering to accompany drawings.
Reproduce drawings on copy machines or trace copies of plans and drawings, using transparent paper or cloth, ink, pencil, and standard drafting instruments.
Prepare cost estimates, contracts, bidding documents and technical reports for specific projects under an architect's supervision.
Calculate heat loss and gain of buildings and structures to determine required equipment specifications, following standard procedures.
Build landscape, architectural and display models.
Analyse building codes, by-laws, space and site requirements, and other technical documents and reports to determine their effect on architectural designs.
Operate computer-aided drafting equipment or conventional drafting station to produce designs, working drawings, charts, forms and records.
Coordinate structural, electrical and mechanical designs and determine a method of presentation in order to graphically represent building plans.

Visa Qualification:

A relevant recognised qualification which is at, or above, the qualification level on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework. The qualification must correspond to the skill level indicated for that occupation in the Australian New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO)
OR
The relevant work experience that the ANZSCO indicates may substitute the required qualification
OR
The relevant requirements specified in the Long Term Skill Shortage List (LTSSL) for your occupation (if your occupation is included in the LTSSL)
OR
Five years of relevant work experience.

Interior Designer
Typical Job Description

Purpose of role is to make interior spaces functional, safe, and beautiful by determining space requirements and selecting decorative items, such as colours, lighting, and materials. Read and understand building codes and inspection regulations, as well as universal accessibility standards.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Interior designers typically do the following:
  • Search for and bid on new projects
  • Determine the client’s goals and requirements of the project
  • Consider how the space will be used and how people will move through the space
  • Sketch preliminary design plans, including electrical layouts
  • Specify materials and furnishings, such as lighting, furniture, wall finishes, flooring, and plumbing fixtures
  • Prepare final plans, using computer applications
  • Create a timeline for the interior design project and estimate project costs
  • Place orders for materials and oversee installing the design elements
  • Visit after the project to ensure that the client is satisfied

Visa Qualification:

A relevant recognised qualification which is at, or above, the qualification level on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework. The qualification must correspond to the skill level indicated for that occupation in the Australian New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO)
OR
The relevant work experience that the ANZSCO indicates may substitute the required qualification
OR
The relevant requirements specified in the Long Term Skill Shortage List (LTSSL) for your occupation (if your occupation is included in the LTSSL)
OR
Five years of relevant work experience.

Quantity Surveyor
Typical Job Description

Full responsibility for the costings of construction projects and management of projects during builds to ensure they are on time and to budget. Trouble shooting any variances they may pull budget off track and dealing with any variance to budget.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provision of cost estimation prior to project commencement
  • Managing the finances for any kind of construction project, whether it’s a house, a high-rise, a bridge, or a tunnel
  • Working to keep the project on time
  • Working to keep the project within the budget
  • Making sure that construction costs and production are managed as efficiently as possible
  • Resolving disputes between contracting parties.
  • Preparing insurance replacement estimates for all kinds of buildings, including houses.

Visa Qualification:

A relevant recognised qualification which is at, or above, the qualification level on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework. The qualification must correspond to the skill level indicated for that occupation in the Australian New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO)
OR
The relevant work experience that the ANZSCO indicates may substitute the required qualification
OR
The relevant requirements specified in the Long Term Skill Shortage List (LTSSL) for your occupation (if your occupation is included in the LTSSL)
OR
Five years of relevant work experience.

Structural Engineer
Typical Job Description

Working in either a construction/engineering consultancies – focussing on designing structures, oversee the construction of the structure, working on site.

Primary responsibility for designing and constructing buildings and structures that are safe and capable of withstanding the elements to which they will be exposed, as well as improving the structural integrity of existing buildings.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Preparing reports, designs and drawings
  • Making calculations about loads and stresses
  • Selecting appropriate construction materials
  • Providing technical advice
  • Obtaining planning and/or building regulations approval
  • Liaising with relevant professional staff such as architects
  • Monitoring and inspecting work undertaken by contractors
  • Administering contracts
  • Managing projects
  • Inspecting properties to check conditions/foundations

Visa Qualification:

A relevant recognised qualification which is at, or above, the qualification level on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework. The qualification must correspond to the skill level indicated for that occupation in the Australian New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO)
OR
The relevant work experience that the ANZSCO indicates may substitute the required qualification
OR
The relevant requirements specified in the Long Term Skill Shortage List (LTSSL) for your occupation (if your occupation is included in the LTSSL)
OR
Five years of relevant work experience.

Site Manager
Typical Job Description

As a site manager you will be responsible for ensuring that a construction project is completed on time and within budget. Alternative job titles for site managers include construction manager, project manager and site agent. More senior construction managers will take responsibility for an entire project and may be known as the project manager or project director. More junior site managers may take responsibility for only a part of a project (also known as a package).

Key Responsibilities:

  • Supervising and overseeing the direction of the project (or a package), ensuring that the client’s specifications and requirements are met, reviewing progress and liaising with quantity surveyors to monitor costs
  • Liaising with the client, other construction professionals and, sometimes, members of the public
  • Coordinating and supervising construction workers
  • Selecting tools and materials
  • Making safety inspections and ensuring construction and site safety
  • Checking and preparing site reports, designs and drawings
  • Maintaining quality control procedures
  • Finding ways to prevent problems and to solve any that crop up
  • Assessing and minimising risk
  • Writing reports and keeping on top of paperwork
  • Helping to negotiating contracts and securing permits and licences

Visa Qualification:

A relevant recognised qualification which is at, or above, the qualification level on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework. The qualification must correspond to the skill level indicated for that occupation in the Australian New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO)
OR
The relevant work experience that the ANZSCO indicates may substitute the required qualification
OR
The relevant requirements specified in the Long Term Skill Shortage List (LTSSL) for your occupation (if your occupation is included in the LTSSL)
OR
Five years of relevant work experience.

Architectural/Building/Surveying Technician
Typical Job Description

This occupation group covers Architectural, Building and Surveying Technicians not elsewhere classified.

Key Responsibilities:

Architectural Technician: Architectural technicians interpret sketches and designs produced by an architect, architectural designer or client. They make working drawings, such as floor plans, elevations, sections and details, and associated documentation of buildings.

Building Technician: Work on construction sites, supporting construction managers, surveyors, architects and other workers. They assist in estimating material costs, negotiating for and buying materials, and checking the quality of suppliers.

Surveying Technician: Survey technicians measure and study land under the direction of a land surveyor or engineer.

Traditionally individuals work as technicians whilst in the process of studying for their professional qualification, although some individuals enjoy working at this level and can often obtain a role without needing to qualify.

Visa Qualification:

A relevant recognised qualification which is at, or above, the qualification level on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework. The qualification must correspond to the skill level indicated for that occupation in the Australian New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO)
OR
The relevant work experience that the ANZSCO indicates may substitute the required qualification
OR
The relevant requirements specified in the Long Term Skill Shortage List (LTSSL) for your occupation (if your occupation is included in the LTSSL)
OR
Five years of relevant work experience.

 

Fire Engineer

 

Our client is a multi-disciplinary property and construction consultancy, with a focus on innovation and leadership in technical design and surpassing our client’s expectations. Due to a strong quality driven reputation in the market, the workload has increased, and they are looking for an additional Fire Engineer to join their team.

Your role will involve applying your understanding of the NZ Fire Code and building regulations towards the provision of fire-related services throughout the construction and/ or remediation of a range of projects including; Apartments, education sector, commercial and some stand-alone residential homes.

Your responsibilities on these projects could include; conducting audits and risk assessments, compiling acceptable and performance-based solutions, preparation of building consent fire engineering documentation, and site inspection with reporting and monitoring during construction.

In return for your expertise, effort, and teamwork, professional development, support and investment will be provided to ensure that the experience you gain will take you to the next level in your career. This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in a business with an established reputation within a sector that you can contribute to their growth.

Role Requirements
  • A relevant tertiary qualification in Fire Engineering recognised in New Zealand
  • Understanding of construction methodology and materials across a range of building types
  • Strong analytical and report writing skills
  • Strong communication skills, and an ability to build relationship both with clients and your team
  • Our client is open to considering candidates with a minimum of 3 years experience in a Fire Engineering role

This is a permanent full-time position, within a firm with a strong pipeline of work, and track record of developing their staff. If you’re looking for an opportunity in New Zealand where your skills will be valued and join a firm committed to your long-term career progression, look no further. 

Accountancy & Finance
Accountant (Commercial)
Typical Job Description

Provides services relating to compliance-based financial reporting, auditing, insolvency and accounting information systems; and advises on associated record-keeping requirements. Registration or licensing may be required for certain services such as auditing.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Prepares asset, liability, and capital account entries by compiling and analysing account information.
  • Documents financial transactions by entering account information.
  • Recommends financial actions by analysing accounting options.
  • Summarises current financial status by collecting information; preparing balance sheet, profit and loss statement, and other reports.
  • Substantiates financial transactions by auditing documents.
  • Maintains accounting controls by preparing and recommending policies and procedures.
  • Guides accounting clerical staff by coordinating activities and answering questions.
  • Reconciles financial discrepancies by collecting and analysing account information.
  • Secures financial information by completing data base backups.
  • Maintains financial security by following internal controls.
  • Prepares payments by verifying documentation, and requesting disbursements.
  • Answers accounting procedure questions by researching and interpreting accounting policy and regulations.
  • Complies with federal, state, and local financial legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation, enforcing adherence to requirements, and advising management on needed actions.
  • Prepares special financial reports by collecting, analysing, and summarizing account information and trends.
  • Maintains customer confidence and protects operations by keeping financial information confidential.
  • Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies.
  • Accomplishes the result by performing the duty.
  • Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
Visa Qualification:

A relevant recognised qualification which is at, or above, the qualification level on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework. The qualification must correspond to the skill level indicated for that occupation in the Australian New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO)
OR
The relevant work experience that the ANZSCO indicates may substitute the required qualification
OR
The relevant requirements specified in the Long Term Skill Shortage List (LTSSL) for your occupation (if your occupation is included in the LTSSL)
OR
Five years of relevant work experience.

 

Accountant (Practice) Intermediate / Semi-Senior / Senior / Manager / Partner
Typical Job Description

Chartered accountants offer financial advice, audit accounts and provide trustworthy information about financial records. This might involve financial reporting, taxation, auditing, forensic accounting, corporate finance, business recovery and insolvency, or accounting systems and processes.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Preparation of clients Tax and annual accounts for Companies House
  • Liaising with clients (individuals or businesses) and providing financial information and advice;
  • Reviewing the company's systems and analysing risk;
  • Performing tests to check financial information and systems;
  • Advising clients on tax planning (within current legislation to enable them to minimise their tax liability) and tax issues associated with activities such as business acquisitions and mergers;
  • Maintaining accounting records and preparing accounts and management information for small businesses (accountancy);
  • Advising clients on business transactions, such as mergers and acquisitions (corporate finance);
  • Counselling clients on areas of business improvement, or dealing with insolvency;
  • Detecting and preventing fraud (forensic accounting);
  • Managing junior colleagues – if you are at this level of role.

To note there are many different levels of experience in the Practice Sector including Intermediate, Semi-Senior, Senior, Manager and Partner. Due to there being a skill shortage across the range of roles as long as you are earning over $45,000 and have a minimum 5 years’ experience securing a role is relatively straight forwards.

Visa Qualification:

A relevant recognised qualification which is at, or above, the qualification level on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework. The qualification must correspond to the skill level indicated for that occupation in the Australian New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO)
OR
The relevant work experience that the ANZSCO indicates may substitute the required qualification
OR
The relevant requirements specified in the Long Term Skill Shortage List (LTSSL) for your occupation (if your occupation is included in the LTSSL)
OR
Five years of relevant work experience.

For non qualified accounting roles then the following requirements apply:

At least three years of relevant recognised work experience and a relevant recognised qualification which is at, or above, level four on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework (a qualification at level four must be a National Certificate or a New Zealand Certificate)
OR
At least three years of relevant recognised work experience and your employment, or offer of employment, has an annual base salary of at least NZ$45,000.

Finance Manager
Typical Job Description

Plans, organises, directs, controls and coordinates the financial and accounting activities within an organisation.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Collating, preparing and interpreting reports, budgets, accounts, commentaries and financial statements
  • Undertaking strategic analysis and assisting with strategic planning
  • Producing long-term business plans
  • Undertaking research into pricing, competitors and factors affecting performance
  • Controlling income, cash flow and expenditure
  • Managing budgets
  • Developing and managing financial systems/models
  • Carrying out business modelling and risk assessments
  • Supervising staff
  • Liaising with managerial staff and other colleagues.

Visa Qualification:

A relevant recognised qualification which is at, or above, the qualification level on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework. The qualification must correspond to the skill level indicated for that occupation in the Australian New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO)
OR
The relevant work experience that the ANZSCO indicates may substitute the required qualification
OR
The relevant requirements specified in the Long Term Skill Shortage List (LTSSL) for your occupation (if your occupation is included in the LTSSL)
OR
Five years of relevant work experience.

Management Accountant
Typical Job Description

Provides services relating to performance-based financial reporting, asset valuation, budgetary systems, cost management, pricing, forecasting and the strategic governance of organisations.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Preparing reports, budgets, commentaries and financial statements
  • Undertaking financial administration and internal audits
  • Liaising with managerial staff and other colleagues
  • Supervising a team of accounting technicians
  • Developing and managing financial systems/policies
  • Negotiating and obtaining finance for major projects
  • Controlling and forecasting income and expenditure
  • Creating business strategies to generate shareholder value.

Visa Qualification:

A relevant recognised qualification which is at, or above, the qualification level on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework. The qualification must correspond to the skill level indicated for that occupation in the Australian New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO)
OR
The relevant work experience that the ANZSCO indicates may substitute the required qualification
OR
The relevant requirements specified in the Long Term Skill Shortage List (LTSSL) for your occupation (if your occupation is included in the LTSSL)
OR
Five years of relevant work experience.

Solicitor
Typical Job Description

Provides legal advice, prepares and drafts legal documents, and conducts negotiations on behalf of clients on matters associated with the law. Registration or licensing is required.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Meet and interview clients to establish the firm's suitability to provide the necessary advice and services, based on the firm's specialism and likely cost
  • Take a client's instructions
  • Advise a client on the law and legal issues relating to their case
  • Draft documents, letters and contracts tailored to the client's individual needs
  • Negotiate with clients and other professionals to secure agreed objectives
  • Research and analyse documents and case law to ensure the accuracy of advice and procedure
  • Supervise the implementation of agreements
  • Coordinate the work of all parties involved
  • Correspond with clients and opposing solicitors
  • Attend meetings and negotiations with opposing parties
  • Act on behalf of clients in disputes and represent them in court, if necessary
  • Instruct barristers or specialist advocates to appear in court for the client in complex disputes
  • Prepare papers for court
  • Work in a team, sometimes referring cases to the head of department
  • Supervise and delegate work to trainee solicitors, paralegals and legal secretaries as appropriate
  • Arrange and attend further client meetings where necessary to progress with the case and finalise documentation
  • Check all documentation prior to signing and implementing
  • Calculate claims for damages, compensation, maintenance, etc
  • Carry out administrative duties, e.g. completing time sheets so that charges for work can be calculated and billing clients for work done on their behalf
  • Take referrals from other firms of solicitors when a conflict of interest arises or if they have no specialist practitioner available
  • Keep up to date with changes and developments in the law by reading journals and law reports.

Visa Qualification:

A relevant recognised qualification which is at, or above, the qualification level on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework. The qualification must correspond to the skill level indicated for that occupation in the Australian New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO)
OR
The relevant work experience that the ANZSCO indicates may substitute the required qualification
OR
The relevant requirements specified in the Long Term Skill Shortage List (LTSSL) for your occupation (if your occupation is included in the LTSSL)
OR
Five years of relevant work experience.

Legal Secretary / Personal Assistant
Typical Job Description

Performs secretarial, clerical and other administrative tasks in support of Legal Professionals applying knowledge of legal terminology, procedures and documents.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Welcomes guests and clients by greeting them in person or on the telephone; answering or directing inquiries.
  • Produces information by transcribing, formatting, inputting, editing, retrieving, copying, and transmitting text, data, and graphics; coordinating case preparation.
  • Conserves attorneys time by reading, researching, reviewing, verifying, and routing correspondence, reports and legal documents; drafting letters and documents; collecting and analysing information; initiating telecommunications; organizing client conferences, and attorney meetings; scheduling couriers, court reporters, expert witnesses, and other special functions; coordinating preparation of charts, graphs, and other courtroom visuals; preparing expense reports.
  • Maintains attorney calendar by planning and scheduling conferences, teleconferences, dispositions, and travel; recording and monitoring court appearance dates, pleadings, and filing requirements; monitoring evidence-gathering; anticipating changes in litigation or transaction preparation requirements.
  • Represents attorney by communicating and obtaining information; following-up on delegated assignments; knowing when to act and when to refer matters to attorney.
  • Generates revenues by documenting and inputting attorney billable time and reimbursable expenses; preparing invoices; tracking payments.
  • Maintains client confidence by keeping client/attorney information confidential.
  • Provides historical reference by developing and utilizing filing and retrieval systems; recording meeting discussions; maintaining transcripts; documenting and maintaining evidence.
  • Maintains office supplies by checking stocks; placing and expediting orders; evaluating new products.
  • Ensures operation of equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements; calling for repairs.
  • Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
  • Enhances department and organization reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.

Visa Qualification:

At least three years of relevant recognised work experience and a relevant recognised qualification which is at, or above, level four on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework (a qualification at level four must be a National Certificate or a New Zealand Certificate)
OR
At least three years of relevant recognised work experience and your employment, or offer of employment, has an annual base salary of at least NZ$45,000.

Legal Executive (Paralegal)
Typical Job Description

Acts for and on behalf of clients in the areas of property transfer, company and business law, trusts, wills, probate and litigation under the general supervision of a Barrister or Solicitor. Registration of licensing may be required.

Key Responsibilities:

The main role of a paralegal is to support lawyers in their work. As a result, they are involved in a lot of different aspects of the legal profession. Here's a closer look at their responsibilities:

  • Taking statements from witnesses.
  • Interviewing clients and passing on relevant information.
  • Researching cases and any pertinent legal information needed.
  • Presenting applications to judges.
  • Helping lawyers prepare for court cases, including opening and closing arguments and aiding in court pleadings or motions.
  • Filing case files and handling client caseloads.
  • Drafting documents and letters, such as mortgages, sale agreements and trust agreements.
  • Administrative duties such as taking phone calls, answering correspondence and filing.

Visa Qualification:

A relevant recognised qualification which is at, or above, the qualification level on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework. The qualification must correspond to the skill level indicated for that occupation in the Australian New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO)
OR
The relevant work experience that the ANZSCO indicates may substitute the required qualification
OR
The relevant requirements specified in the Long Term Skill Shortage List (LTSSL) for your occupation (if your occupation is included in the LTSSL)
OR
Five years of relevant work experience.

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(Referrals will be paid once the successful candidate has secured their dream job and remained in their new role for 3 months.)

 

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