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Working in New Zealand 1 - Building, Golf Course Management, Truck Driving - JTJS1 Ep1
In this Just the Job episode, we meet three Auckland students with very different careers in mind. Liam from Rosmini College has his heart set on a lucrative career in property development, while Margo wants to find out more about what it takes to become a green keeper. Sam’s dream is to sit behind the wheel of a big rig and see the wide open road stretching before him. Before any of these dreams can come true, our good keen job seekers want to find out more about the reality of their goals. Click the subscribe button to be notified when we have new videos on line. Good Job Hunting!
Working in New Zealand 2 - Tourism, Joinery, Leisure Centre Management - JTJS1 Ep 2
In this complete Just the Job programme we explore Tourism, Timber Joinery and Leisure Centre career opportunities. Leanne Fisher (17) from Western Heights High School in Rotorua has certainly enjoyed the fun of the luge at Skyline Skyrides. With an interest in tourism, she wants to find out more about the operational aspects of a thriving tourist attraction. Bevan Randell (19) is a practical guy and decides to see if his woodwork skills can help him develop a successful career in joinery. Dexter Henderson (16) from Western Springs College knows his future lies in the sports area, but where exactly? Click the subscribe button to be notified when we have new videos on line. Good Job Hunting!
Working in New Zealand 3 - Line Fishing, Plumbing, Auto Bodywork - JTJS1 Ep 3
In this complete episode of Just the Job we explore the career opportunities in fishing, plumbing and automotive refinishing (aka Body Repairs). Thomas Duncan (16) from Featherston has his fingers crossed he won’t get seasick when he goes aboard a fishing boat for the day. James Tauapou Ikifitu (15) from Western Springs High School has an interest in plumbing but wasn’t aware of the variety it offers until he spends some time on the job. And Tui Shepheard (16) loves high end cars so a glimpse into auto refinishing world for upmarket cars could be the perfect career goal for her. Click the subscribe button to be notified when we have new videos on line. Good Job Hunting!
Working in New Zealand 4 - Flooring, Roofing, Hairdressing - JTJS1Ep4
In this complete episode of Just the Job we explore the career opportunities in Flooring, Roofing and Hairdressing. From keeping up appearances in the home or office to keeping up personal appearances, on this Just the Job episode we cover the lot! Our three students get stuck in and have a go at ground level with carpet and vinyl laying, then head skywards to investigate a career in roofing. Back on the ground, Cinead Deanalee Walker spends some time at a successful hairdressing salon. Click the subscribe button to be notified when we have new videos on line. Good Job Hunting!
Working in New Zealand 5 - Sports Turf Management, Pharmacy Technician, Road Building - JTJS1 EP5
In this Just the Job episode, we look at a real variety of careers – each of them ‘hands on’ in a different way. Eric Samuelu (17) from Mangere College gets the opportunity to look behind the scenes at the hallowed grounds of Wellington’s Westpac Stadium. An interest in the pharmaceutical industry sees Kirsten Smale (16) investigate the detail of a pharmacy technician’s role. And Nick Salmon from Orewa couldn’t be happier when he gets to indulge his interest in heavy machinery when he joins a road construction team. Click the subscribe button to be notified when we have new videos on line. Good Job Hunting!
Working in New Zealand 6 - Water Reticulation, Retail Flooring, Truck Driving - JTJS1 EP6
There’s more to some jobs than you might think and this Just the Job episode is a good example of the hidden variety that comes with many occupations. Thomas Tennent (16) from Middleton Grange High School finds out what goes into keeping the water flowing from the taps in Christchurch. Twins Joy and Lydia Donaldson (16) discover the challenges of retail flooring could be a career with opportunities for them. And Sam Henry (17) from Massey High School is back from episode one to see whether driving heavy machinery really is for him. Click the subscribe button to be notified when we have new videos on line. Good Job Hunting!
Working in New Zealand 7 - Sheep and Beef Farming, Aero Engineering, Hardwood Flooring - JTJ S1 EP7
We love to show the variety of careers out there on Just the Job and in this episode we get ‘behind the scenes’ in three more fascinating jobs. Michael Bolton (17) from Orewa College heads off to heartland country to see whether a career in sheep and beefing farming might be where his heart lies. Dominic Gundry (16) from Rosmini College wants nothing more than to sit in the cockpit of an aeroplane and thinks aeronautical engineering might satisfy his passion for planes. And John Otuomon (17) from Mangere College finds out whether a career in the flooring industry might be just the job for him. Click the subscribe button to be notified when we have new videos on line. Good Job Hunting!
Working in New Zealand 8 - Shoe Retail, Truck Driving, Dairy Farming - JTJS1 EP8
More great career options feature on this Just the Job episode when Clinton Randall introduces another trio of young people who get a taste of what could become their future career. Sofia Manuleli’a (17) from Mangere College loves fashion so the chance to become a shoe connoisseur for an Overland Shoe store is an opportunity she didn’t want to miss. Sam Henry (17) already knows a career in truck driving could be for him and he’s back to find out what it might take to get the licences he’ll need to fulfil his dream. Livia Forian (16) from Selwyn College makes a journey to one of the country’s largest dairy farms to see if a life on the land might be for her. Click the subscribe button to be notified when we have new videos on line. Good Job Hunting!
Working in New Zealand 9 - Glass Installation, Landscaping, Retail - JTJS1Ep 9
In this Just the Job episode, we have three more career opportunities that just might be what you’re looking for. Leon Vannoort (16) gets to see behind the scenes at Metro Glass in Christchurch, while Ashley Cassin (16) thinks landscaping could be the outdoor career for him. And Matt Ward (17) thinks the retail environment might offer the variety he would like to find in a job. Click the subscribe button to be notified when we have new videos on line. Good Job Hunting!
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