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Hawkes Bay Students seek work 1st November 2005

Hawkes Bay Students seek work 1st November 2005

Employers in the Hawkes Bay who need an extra pair of hands during the holidays can start the recruitment process early, thanks to the local students being available to work over the summer holidays.

Established in 1982, SJS is the only agency that specialises in the recruitment and placement of tertiary students from all institutions into a huge range of jobs.

While SJS has always been known as the place to find keen, motivated people to clear the yard, do the ironing, carry out general labouring, pick fruit or drive the van, it’s also much more than that.

If your requirements are more specialised – such as finding someone on a temporary or part-time basis who can prepare an asset management plan, design and build a website, undertake pharmacy work, assist with preparing your month-end financials or any number of other skilled roles – then SJS can fulfil your needs through the FutureGrad programme.

FutureGrad is a government-funded initiative designed to give employers valuable, skilled back up to cover staff shortages and to provide course-related work for students during the summer break.

The Hawkes Bay SJS team is dedicated to helping you find the best people for the job and follow a stringent screening process to ensure only the right students are referred to you. Your job will be advertised online and in the office, so it reaches students all around the Taranaki region.

Make the most of New Zealand’s talented student workforce this summer and call SJS today.

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