Jobs are here.
Looking for work? Here you’ll find information about careers, training and links to jobs available in our primary industries - on our vineyards, forests, farms, orchards and seas.
Your opportunity grows here
If you’re looking for work, there are opportunities in Aotearoa New Zealand right now.
Our vineyards, forests, farms, orchards, and seas have roles for everyone – from immediate jobs and careers, to training and taster courses to get you started. We need people with a range of interests, skills, experiences, and backgrounds.
While there are seasonal jobs, many may be the start of a long-term career with opportunities to grow and advance.
Roles may surprise you
Opportunities aren’t just in remote, labour-based roles. Some jobs are in our cities and include work in science, technology, business management, logistics, animal welfare, marketing, research, and development.
Roles cover a wide range of exciting work and career options, many you may not have considered.
Training and learning opportunities
Industry-accredited taster courses (some of which are free) teach you basic skills. Sometimes, training is part of the job, so you can upskill and progress while you earn.
If you want a career change, there are qualifications at all levels available around New Zealand.
From on the farm with animals and hands on work, to roles and careers in the meat processing and exporting sector.
No two days are the same - work with animals, learn new skills and enhance the environment.
Not just planting trees. Work in conservation, operating machinery, or grow trees in a lab.
As well as working on an orchard, there are jobs in science, business and technology.
In the pork sector, you’ll find immediate jobs, training opportunities and a great career.
Work on our bountiful seas, on an aquaculture farm, processing on land, or in an office.
Work in paradise. Sustainably farm the world’s best seafood. Protect our waterways. Feed the future.
Winegrowing has varied jobs, from managing a vineyard to growing grapes and making wine.
Operate machinery big and small, helping farmers to keep producing food for the world.
Work with plants to grow your career. Whether you are interested in plants, process or people, the plant production industry has a career for you.