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Working in New Zealand 11 - Salmon Farming, Tourism, Pharmacist - JTJS2 Ep 1
In this Just the Job episode we showcase three varied and fascinating careers that really prove there’s a job out there for everyone, no matter where your interests might lie. Rowan Hook (17) from Queen Charlotte College in the Marlborough Sounds gets to experience the intriguing floating water world of salmon farming. Katene Morris (15) also goes off shore but her destination is Kapiti Island where she finds out what it takes to be an eco tour guide at the location of the largest population of Little Spotted Kiwi. In Dunedin, Jacob Nesbit (18) has always been interested in a pharmacy career so we give him the opportunity to investigate further. Click the subscribe button to be notified when we have new videos on line. Good Job Hunting!
Working in New Zealand 12 - Mining, Freight Forwarding, Interior Systems - JTJS2 Ep2
Whether you’re looking for a career in the outdoors or indoors, the options available to you are almost endless. In this epsiode, we go behind the scenes of three more careers that as always, give an insight into some of the lesser known tasks that go with them. Craig Glenie (17) from Huntly College gets down and dirty with a trip underground at Solid Energy’s Huntly East Mine. Nikki Parata (18) from Mangere College finds out what it takes to be a freight forwarder – or as they are sometimes known – the travel agents for freight! And Windon Bradfield (18) from Western Springs High School investigates the opportunities around interior building systems. Click the subscribe button to be notified when we have new videos on line. Good Job Hunting!
Working in New Zealand 13 - Airport Services, Tiling, Electrician - JTJS2 EP 3
In this Just the Job episode we feature three more fascinating careers and our intrepid students get some first hand experience in roles they think just might offer them a future. Evie Ferguson (17) from Whakatipu High School goes behind the scenes at Queenstown Airport and finds out how to keep the customers satisfied. Nick (18) from Fraser High School in Hamilton has a passion for houses so he tries his hand at floor and wall tiling to see if that could be Just the Job for him. Benjamin Strickett (16) from Hebron Christian College thinks he might have the spark to become an electrician so we give him a taste of what’s involved. Click the subscribe button to be notified when we have new videos on line. Good Job Hunting!
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Working in New Zealand 15 - Water Treatment, Arboriculture, Youth Work - JTJS2 EP 5
The careers we profile on Just the Job will get you thinking about some of the more unusual choices that are out there. Harriet Draper (15) from Massy High School has an interest in sciences so we came up with something less ordinary for her to investigate and sent her to check out what goes on at the Matarangi Water Treatment Plant. Astro Ford (17) from Aquinas College in Tauranga has done volunteer conservation work in forestry which made him the perfect choice to see what a career as an arborist might involve. And Mavis Poutai (16) has just left school but she knows helping young people is where her heart lies so she checks out a career in youth work. Click the subscribe button to be notified when we have new videos on line. Good Job Hunting!
Working in New Zealand 16 - Tourist Liaison, Customs, Dairy Farming - JTJS2 Ep 6
You won’t want to miss checking out the three fascinating careers we’ve got lined up for you on this Just the Job episode! Catherine Beganovich (17) is off to a busy iSite in Whangarei to find out about a career as a Visitor Information consultant. Fade Hormes (17) from Mangere College realises there are a whole range of opportunities when it comes to protecting our borders as a Customs officer. And Leon Wynotts (16) has already got a taste of life on a diary farm as a farm hand and wants to find out what’s in store for him as he sets out on an agricultural apprenticeship. Click the subscribe button to be notified when we have new videos on line. Good Job Hunting!
Working in New Zealand 17 - Sheep and Beef Farming, Plastering, Auto Engineering - JTJS2 EP 7
On this Just the Job episode, we have three more exciting careers that will give you an insight into what you could do when it comes to choosing your career path. Jamie O’Neill (17) from Gore High School thinks an agricultural career might be for her so we see how she gets on at one of the top sheep and beef farms in the South Island. Greg Griffiths from Otumoetai College thinks exterior plastering doesn’t sound too hard so we see whether he’s right when he gets out on an actual work site. And Thomas Larsen definitely loves luxury cars so he’s delighted to get the opportunity to go behind the scenes at Continental Cars Services in Newmarket to check out a career in automotive engineering. Click the subscribe button to be notified when we have new videos on line. Good Job Hunting!
Working in New Zealand 18 - Food Technician, Canvas Fabrication, Civil Engineering - JTJS2 Ep 8
In this Just the Job episode, we look at three more interesting careers that are sure to give you something to think about when planning your future. Kelsey Clarke (17) from Nelson Girls College has already spent two years studying food technology and nutrition so she’s the perfect person to send along to the Sealords fish processing plant. Chris Peck (17) from Otumoetai College in Tauranga has a keen interest in graphics and technology so the checking out a career in canvas fabrication is a good opportunity for him. And Sam Wright (16) from St Thomas’s in Christchurch heads to Isaac Construction to find out more about a career in civil engineering. Click the subscribe button to be notified when we have new videos on line. Good Job Hunting!
Working in New Zealand 19 - DOC Ranger, Retail Buying, Sports Turf - JTJS2 EP9
This Just the Job episode features two exciting outdoors careers for you plus another that offers opportunities to travel world wide! Xavier Birch (17) from Nelson is interested in ecology and native species so we think we have a fantastic opportunity for him when we send him to investigate a career as a Department of Conservation ranger. Nick Bunge (17) has always wondered about the process behind getting clothes into the stores so who better to talk to about that than the retail buyer for Barkers menswear stores. And Brodie Askew (16) from Lincoln High School has studied horticulture at school and thinks a career in sports turf management would be great to check out. Click the subscribe button to be notified when we have new videos on line. Good Job Hunting!
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