Thu 15/Nov/2018

Nodero is a software development and digital services provider based in the Manawatu

City Centre
The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award New Zealand

Thu 15/Nov/2018

Not all learning happens in the classroom. Young people need experiences outside the classroom to become committed, responsible and fulfilled citizens of the world. The Award is open to all 14-24 year olds regardless of their background, culture, physical ability, skills and interests and is the world’s leading youth achievement award. Doing the Award is a personal challenge and not a competition against others; it pushes young people to their personal limits and recognises their achievements. Since its launch over 60 years ago, the Award has inspired millions of young people to transform their lives.

Skyline Rotorua

Mon 12/Nov/2018

Skyline Rotorua is recognised internationally as a quality restaurant and activities complex. It operates the hugely successful “luge” ride and is situated in one of New Zealand’s premier tourism destinations, Rotorua.

Fairy Springs
Evaluation Associates

Fri 09/Nov/2018

PLD provider

Buried Village

Thu 08/Nov/2018

Kia ora and welcome to the Buried Village The Buried Village is a historical site with historic beginnings. Currently one of New Zealand’s most visited historic sites, The Buried Village has origins which can be traced back to the Depression, and the 1931 arrival at Te Wairoa of Reg and Vi Smith, who along with their young sons, travelled in a borrowed car to what was a derelict cottage on overgrown land. That moment began what would become a long and inspiring story of hard-work, vision and dedication. More than 80 years on, a third generation of Smiths continue the guardianship of the Buried Village. Building on the hardwork of their forbearers, they have developed the site into an award winning heritage attraction that is visited by thousands of people the world over. True pioneers in the growth and development of tourism in New Zealand, the Smith family have a proud history of commitment that spans over eight decades, and their dedicated family continues to grow with their loyal staff and ‘honorary Smiths’ who are committed to providing you with a truly memorable experience.

Lake Tarawera

Tue 06/Nov/2018

Government Agency

Harbour Sport

Thu 01/Nov/2018

Not for profit organisation seeking to activate Pacific people to be physically active for life

Patchell Group

Tue 30/Oct/2018

From design to fabrication the company produces a large number of heavy transport products. Trailers for the logging industry, stainless tankers for bulk transport, container handling, specialist transport trailers and equipment.

Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment

Thu 25/Oct/2018

Government Agency

City Centre
Novotel Rotorua Lakeside

Thu 25/Oct/2018

The Novotel Rotorua Lakeside and ibis Rotorua Lakeside it’s a dual branded complex hotel with 344 rooms located in central Rotorua. Our two hotels include, Atlas Café & Restaurant and Clarkes Bar. Matariki Hangi and Concert Centre, 10 conference/Banquet rooms and InBalance Fitness Centre. Rotorua is a region rich in stunning landscapes beckoning

Dress For Success - Bay of Plenty

Wed 24/Oct/2018

We provide a range of programmes that will enable our clients to gain sustainable employment and financial independence. Our difference is the full suite of services we provide clients with, to give them every step of the way. Ours is a transformational "wraparound" service, with 3 key programmes offered to clients; dressing/suiting programme which equips each person for their job interview; once they gain employment they return for a second complete outfit. 60-72% of clients gain employment or are in training programmes after being referred to, and served by, Dress for Success Carer Centres, which provide CV assistance, interview tips and job search support.

Allied Workforce

Fri 19/Oct/2018

Every day up to 3,500 people work through AWF. You'll see them in cities and towns from Invercargill in the south to Kaitaia in the north. As the largest staffing provider in NZ, with a geographic spread almost double that of our nearest competitor, you can be confident you're talking to the experts. With branches from Kaitaia to Invercargill, there are up to 3,500 people working through AWF every day – a fact that we are very proud of, and this number is only growing. From assisting local businesses to the country’s largest companies and iconic brands, we are proud to be such a large part of what keeps New Zealand working. We are part of AWF Madison Group, a NZX listed company and the largest supplier of staff in New Zealand.

Workwise Bay of Plenty

Tue 16/Oct/2018

We work with people who are facing personal or health challenges and support them to return to or stay in employment. Our philosophy is based around a holistic approach to employment. We know that having a paid, meaningful job plays a crucial role in helping people live happy, healthy lives. We're committed to helping people find the right role to suit their skills, experience and dreams - and helping them to keep it. The ongoing support we provide to the employer and new employee is what sets Workwise apart from other agencies. Join us as we create fresh possibilities and bright futures for people, organisations and communities.

The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award

Fri 12/Oct/2018

The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award is the world’s leading youth achievement award, equipping young people for life. Since 1956 millions of young people have taken part in the Award in more than 130 countries and territories. The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation drives and supports the Award’s global growth, so more young people can take part.

Crescendo Trust of Aotearoa

Mon 08/Oct/2018

The Crescendo Trust of Aotearoa (CTOA) is a visionary, unique and professional organisation that grows young people between the ages of 12-24 across various satellite hubs in the Auckland region. Our point of difference is that through our mentoring programmes in music, film and photography young people get to directly engage and connect with people working in the creative industries. This enables them to learn about a wide range of industry relationships, knowledge and skills. They benefit from exposure to real-world industry experience and training, including employment opportunities and access to further education pathways. The focus is slightly different with each individual, but the goal remains the same; to empower the young person to make positive changes in his/her life MEANINGFUL LEARNING: Provide mentoring and training for our young people in their chosen field (music, media, production, events) CREATIVE EXPRESSION: Provide an environment in which our young people can creatively express themselves Help them overcome internal and external barriers to success EMPOWERMENT: Provide support and care to our young people. Help raise self-awareness and confidence Assist our young people to develop their own formula for success PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT: Guide our young people to understand and strengthen the concept of “character” Help our young people fully realise their potential, via strong relationships between themselves, others and the environment Help our young people develop their sense of self-worth Help our young people to have the confidence to accept and enjoy success WHANAU AND COMMUNITY: Help our young people build trust and learn co-operation with each other Operate in a drug and alcohol free environment Build an understanding of the importance of fostering quality relationships and contributing positively to the wider community (whanau)

Trade Aid Rotorua

Mon 08/Oct/2018

We are a New Zealand based not-for-profit organization helping craft people and small scale farmers from around the world work to improve their lives through fair trade

Electrical Solutionz BOP Ltd

Mon 08/Oct/2018

Electrical Solutionz BOP are your LOCAL specialists when it comes to all things electrical. From fixing a power point to designing the electrical, heating and ventilation requirements in your dream home, we have qualified staff ready to help you with all your electrical needs

Lakes District Health Board

Mon 08/Oct/2018

About Lakes DHB Lakes District Health Board serves a population of just over 100,000 and covers 9,570 square kilometres. It stretches from Mourea in the north to Mangakino in the west down to Turangi in the south and across to Kaingaroa village in the east. The major centres of population are Rotorua and Taupo and the main smaller communities are Mangakino and Turangi. The DHB’ boundaries take in the two main iwi groups of Te Arawa and Ngati Tuwharetoa. Lakes DHB is responsible for the provision (or funding the provision) of the majority of health services in the Lakes district. These services in our district include: · Two hospital sites (Rotorua and Taupo) · Nine continuing care facilities – in addition we have one Hospital Specialist Services – Psychogeriatric Unit · One mental health inpatient facility · Four community bases for mental health (iCAMHS (Infant, Child and Adolescent): Adult community at Rotorua and Taupo; and Mental Health Service for Older People Rotorua · 14 aged related residential care facilities (rest homes) · 18 pharmacies (11 Rotorua, 6 Taupo, 1 Turangi) · 21 GP practices (5 Taupo/Turangi/Mangakino and 16 Rotorua) · 12 Māori providers, one of which also looks after Pacific interests · Two primary health organisations Lakes DHB: · works with key stakeholders to plan the strategic direction for health and disability services · plans regional and national work in collaboration with the National Health Board and other DHBs · funds the provision of the majority of the public health and disability services in the Lakes district, through the agreements with providers · provides hospital and specialist services primarily for our population and also for people referred from other DHBs · promotes, protects and improves our population’s health and wellbeing through health promotion, health protection, health education and the provision of evidence-based public health initiatives

The CARE Village

Wed 03/Oct/2018

The CARE Village was founded on the belief that there had to be a better way of delivering aged care, one which not only preserved the lifestyles of those needing care, but also challenged traditional institutional practices in the wider industry. The CARE Village is the first of its kind to be built in the world outside of Holland. The concept of giving people with dementia the opportunity to go about their normal lives is based on the renowned Dutch dementia village, De Hogeweyk. Our model of care is based on creating and conserving lifestyle, independence and most importantly, community. At The CARE Village, we strive to continuously challenge and better the way aged care is delivered, both here in New Zealand and world-wide. We have worked closely with the Ministry of Health in developing our leading-edge model and our highly-skilled staff, along with the latest in technology, mean residents have the freedom to move about the village in a safe and constant environment. Where possible, residents are also able to come and go from the village as they please.

Rotorua Youth Crew

Mon 01/Oct/2018

Kia ora, we are the Rotorua Youth Crew or "RYCrew" for short. We are a team of diverse youth aged 15 - 21, whose main purpose is to plan, promote & run exciting new events for the youth in our community. Our crew gives youth the opportunity to gain experience in planning & community (volunteer) work, learn valuable teamwork, leadership & critical thinking skills as well as offering free access to all other youth centre programs and services. We encourage any and all youth that are interested in these experiences to join our crew, with weekly group meetings held every Tuesday & Thursday from 4pm - 6pm. For more info please contact us on our Youth Hub page or email us at

Mindful NZ Schools

Wed 26/Sep/2018

Training for mindfulness for self-regulation and increased mental-emotional resilience.

Stand Children's Services

Wed 26/Sep/2018

Child and family services

Manaaki Ora

Wed 26/Sep/2018

Kaupapa Maori social and health services

Infracore Ltd

Tue 25/Sep/2018

InfraCore is a Contracting company who maintains and constructs public infrastructure. We currently have staff working in a number of areas across the Bay of Plenty and our head office is in Rotorua. InfraCore employs approximately 150 staff who provide a wide range of services maintaining, operating and building public assets

Todd McClay MP

Thu 20/Sep/2018

Member of Parliament for Rotorua and current National Party Spokesperson for Foreign Affairs, Trade and Tourism.

Fletcher Tabuteau MP

Tue 18/Sep/2018

New Zealand First Deputy Leader and List Member of Parliament based in Rotorua. Parliamentary Under-Secretary Foreign Affairs, Disarmament and Arms Control and Regional Economic Development

Hume Pine (NZ) Ltd

Thu 13/Sep/2018

Established in 1953, the Hume Doors & Timber Group has grown to become Australia’s largest one hundred percent Australian-owned timber door manufacturer. Ever expanding, the family-owned Hume Doors & Timber Group proudly acquired the New Zealand remanufacturing plant of John Crean & Co Ltd in September 2003, to form Hume Pine (NZ) Limited. Offering invaluable experience and knowledge, the Hume Doors & Timber Group manufactures and is a leading supplier of the most comprehensive range of finishing timber and door products. The Group consists of manufacturing and warehouse operations in New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia and the United States. Hume Pine (NZ) operates two manufacturing units and a distribution centre from its sites on Te Ngae Road, Allen Mills Road and Hamiora Place in Rotorua. The Hume Doors & Timber Group employs over one thousand personnel and is focussed on product quality and customer satisfaction in this ever-changing global market. The amalgamation of two such reputable and established companies has allowed for the availability of an even wider product range. Hume Pine (NZ) has an expert team of over one hundred employees and continues to grow and expand. Hume Pine NZ manufacturing and warehouse Hume Pine NZ timber and door products manufacturer specialising in the manufacture and supply of quality mouldings and dressed products, Hume Pine (NZ) currently services many reputable domestic and international distributors, including the demanding markets of the United States and Australia. Our company is able to offer supply of dressed boards, door jambs, panelling and external cladding in radiata clears, finger jointed clears, dressing grade, Merch & Better and Pacific Rimu. These products are available in raw, treated H3.1, pre-primed and treated H3.1 pre-primed. We also offer a selected range of cut-to-length products. With an extensive range of quality pine mouldings, devoted customer service and value for money, you’ll need look no further than Hume Pine (NZ) for your timber boards and moulding service requirements.

Easy Firewood Rotorua

Fri 07/Sep/2018

Supplier of boxwood firewood throughout the Rotorua region. Includes free delivery throughout the Rotorua district.

Pest Free Kaipatiki Restoration Society (Inc)

Thu 06/Sep/2018

Community-led charitable society aiming to restore the native biodiversity in the Kaipatiki Local Board area by controlling pests and fostering community engagement

YMCA Taranaki Y Hub

Thu 06/Sep/2018

YMCA Taranaki Y Hub provides workshops, opportunities and personal development for youth ages 12-24.

City Centre

Wed 05/Sep/2018

Training for Employment

Atlas Concrete

Tue 04/Sep/2018

Drygoods Customer Services Ready Mix Concrete production

Bridge to Nowhere Lodge and Tours

Fri 31/Aug/2018

Bridge to Nowhere is a tourism business based in the wilderness region of the Whanganui River/National Park. We have a small friendly team and take pride in showing our amazing part of NZ to both local and overseas guests. We provide guided jet boat tours to the Bridge to Nowhere from our Pipiriki base, as well as providing mountain biking and tramping shuttles, and canoe hire. We also have a Lodge and campground accommodation up the river. This is serviced by our jet boats.

GCT Education

Tue 21/Aug/2018

We build dynamic learning communities with Schoology LMS. Schoology provides a platform for co-creation, collaboration and sharing of teaching and learning resources.

Global Financial Services

Fri 17/Aug/2018

A little about us: Global Finance Limited is one of the leading mortgage and insurance agency in Auckland, New Zealand. We are highly respected, trusted and awarded agency. We have been helping kiwi families to reach their dream for 19+ years. Scale & Size We have arranged over $5 billion of mortgages and over $3 billion in personal risk insurance cover since our inception. Every year we cater to over 1,500 customers for their mortgage or insurance needs so that they can meet their financial goals. Our Services: 1. Mortgages for First Home Buyer 2. Mortgage Restructuring 3. Mortgage Refinancing 4. Business & Commercial Loans 5. Construction Loans 6. Property Investment 7. Debt Consolidation 8. Trauma Insurance 9. Total & Permanent Disability Insurance 10. Mortgage Protection Insurance 11. Medical Insurance 12. Life Insurance 13. Income Protection Insurance 14. GFS Simple Life Insurance

Rotorua Canopy Tours

Tue 14/Aug/2018

An eco-tourism destination that takes guests on an amazing journey through an untouched native New Zealand rainforest

Work and Income

Wed 08/Aug/2018

Employment services and financial assistance.


Wed 01/Aug/2018

Make apps

City Centre
Youth Arts New Zealand

Mon 23/Jul/2018

Youth Arts New Zealand is an organisation founded on the principle that we believe every young person deserves exposure to the arts, regardless of gender, socio-economic background, religion, and other factors that may limit an individual's’ potential to create and immerse themselves in the arts. We are all about promoting leadership and creative stimulation within youth communities all across New Zealand, and aspire to create opportunities in these communities to encourage creative thinking and practices. At YANZ, we empower, educate, create and collaborate. The ultimate goal is to create an inclusive, supportive community when our creative youth can not only thrive and continue their pursuit of passion and self-purpose, but be a part of something exciting and creative.

Orion Health

Fri 20/Jul/2018

Orion Health is a global company founded here in New Zealand that develops software that enables clinicians to save lives.  Employing around 850 people in 24 offices across 15 countries, Orion Health is a design-lead, data-driven software company where students can freely explore technology that makes a REAL difference to people’s lives – ‘Developing Thinking Software for Life’.

The Mind Lab by Unitec

Wed 18/Jul/2018

Pioneers with the future of education and digital technologies.

Elizabeth Knox Home and Hospital

Mon 16/Jul/2018

Knox is a well-established, Eden Alternative registered home where plants, animals and children are key elements. We are looking for exceptional people with curiosity, a warm heart and a willingness to learn. Care Partners enhance the life and well-being of residents by supporting them with their personal care, identifying and reporting changes in a resident's well-being and positively contributing to the life of the households.

Te Wānanga o Aotearoa

Fri 13/Jul/2018

Second largest tertiary organisation in Aotearoa

Overland Footwear Group

Mon 09/Jul/2018

We're a family owned footwear retailer with more than 450 people across New Zealand and Australia. People are at the heart of all we do. Through living our company values we, continue to have a highly engaged culture which celebrates and rewards success, creating a sense of belonging. We're committed to helping you grow!


Thu 05/Jul/2018

18 Viaduct Harbour Ave, Auckland, 1010

Hunua Park Furniture

Mon 02/Jul/2018

Manufacturer of street and park furniture.

DNA 1st Solution

Mon 02/Jul/2018

DNA 1ST SOLUTION LTD is a third party service to the cosmetic industry as a packing specialist contractor, we handle the end process for the manufacturers by finishing off the client’s products before dispatching. We are a leading manual packing company based in Auckland, New Zealand. We also promote our packing service to the health and food manufacturers. We Provide experienced workers to the cosmetic industry for temporary/permanent work, outside the packing service as a support mechanism to our business. Our social development program supports the community in employing school leavers into the work force. Our internal focus is to build our young people up and give them an opportunity to work.

Ngati Ranginui Iwi Society

Wed 27/Jun/2018

Ngati Ranginui is one of three iwi, in the Tauranga Moana area. Ngati Ranginui Iwi Society is and iwi authority organisation and is mandated by 10 marae in our rohe (area). Our core business is to enable our people to live their best lives to our team are focused on working from a whanau-ora based approach to working with individuals and their whanau to build capability, support strong families and create inter-generational strength and resilience amongst our community. We deliver services in the education, social and community transformation, health and business sectors.

Cambridge Septic Tank Service

Wed 27/Jun/2018

A Family Business that has been operating for over 18 years providing Liquid Waste Collection and Disposal Services to the Waikato Region

Oceania Career Academy

Wed 27/Jun/2018

Private Training Establishment empowering Pasifika youth through trades training and building cultural capacity.