The Wellington market continues to be busy. Permanent and fixed-term opportunities are prevalent but contract is definitely picking up momentum. Although we have returned to some semblance of pre-COVID normality, some employers are continuing to allow their teams to work remotely. However, whilst the preference is for employees to come into the office, especially new starters, flexibility does appear to be a key priority for some, with a number of employers introducing rosters to allow for hybrid office/work from home arrangements.
In terms of hiring, we’re seeing many employers become increasingly open to interviewing candidates NZ-wide who are looking to relocate. As NZ's international borders remain closed, we're seeing employers increasingly turn to NZ's regional talent pools to locate top candidates.
Demand is also high for all types of architects, data skillsets (engineers, scientists, developers) and developers (predominantly .Net and Java), whilst demand for Project Managers and Business Analysts varies from week to week. Conversely, there is not a lot of demand for infrastructure skill sets such as engineers, service desk, and helpdesk. We expect that these trends will continue over the next 12 months.
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LIVING IN THE CITY
Consistently ranked as one of the most liveable cities in the world, Wellington offers all the benefits of a large capital city with none of the drawbacks. A twenty minute drive from the CBD and you have a wild, beautiful beach all to yourself. A further twenty minutes and you’re on some of the best hiking trails in the world.
Renowned for its great coffee, exciting art, and relaxed culture; if you’re looking for a change in lifestyle then Wellington is the place to be.
Wellington doesn’t need us to tell you how good it is – just search it up on Google and let the pictures do the talking!
All prices quoted are in local currency.
Average cost of a coffee
Average cost of renting a 1 bed in the city
Average gym membership per month