If you’re a qualiﬁed electrical or environmental professional, this is your opportunity to work in The World’s Best Ofﬁce, building, managing and maintaining the energy and environmental infrastructure of New Zealand’s South Island.
Whether you’re single or have a family, male or female, at the top of your game or on the way up, this is your unique chance to enjoy a quality of life that is second to none.
The people we’re looking for on a regular basis include:
Click ‘Apply Now’ to work in The World’s Best Office. Complete our online application form with all your details, and we’ll match you to relevant jobs as they become available.
Yes, unless you are a New Zealand or Australian citizen or permanent resident.
Whether you’re an electrical or environmental professional, having a relevant qualiﬁcation makes a big difference to your chances of being offered a job with us and getting a New Zealand work visa.
The best time to apply for a New Zealand work visa through Immigration New Zealand is when you receive a job offer from us. That’s because Delta has Accredited Employer status with Immigration New Zealand, enabling us to recruit suitable candidates from other countries to work under the Work to Resident Talent Scheme. This provides the right to work in NZ for two years, after which time you may apply for permanent residence under the Residence from Work Category. Delta will give you all the support you need through this process.
Yes, under the Work to Residence Talent Scheme. Plus:
You must be under 55 years of age at the time of applying for the Talent Work Visa and meet the Immigration New Zealand health and character requirements.
This is assessed on a case-by-case basis and will be discussed during your interviews. But rest assured, if we do offer you a position, we’ll do everything we can to make your move as stress-free as possible and give you the support you need to settle in New Zealand.
Most of the roles at Delta are based in the city of Dunedin and across the province of Central Otago, although opportunities also come up in the cities of Christchurch and Nelson.
All locations offer a great range of housing options and abundant lifestyle choices, together with easy access to schooling, healthcare and recreational facilities.
And the commute to work? That isn’t an issue with The World’s Best Ofﬁce.
For minor illnesses and accidents, people in New Zealand visit qualiﬁed doctors called general practitioners, who charge for their services. Hospital treatment is free for permanent residents and New Zealand citizens.
New Zealand is in the world’s top 20 countries for the quality of its schools according to the OECD in 2016. Education for children aged from 5 to 19 is free at government owned and funded schools for permanent residents and New Zealand citizens.
Temperatures in New Zealand can range between 20 and 30 degrees Celsius in summer and 10 to 15 degrees in winter, except in mountainous areas where it can drop below freezing.
New Zealand is a large country, around the size of the United Kingdom or Oregon in the USA, with a population of around 4.7 million. About 68% are European, 15% Māori, the indigenous people of New Zealand, and 12% Asian.
New Zealand is a safe, stable country that offers great work-life balance. Whether it’s team sports, adventures on land, water or snow, live theatre or music, barbeques on the beach, dinners of freshly caught ﬁsh or family meals at home with fruit and vegetables from the garden, people enjoy life to the full.
New Zealand Now, run by Immigration New Zealand, contains lots of information about life and work here.
It’s a good idea to research prices and income to determine what sort of lifestyle you could afford.
The weekly family budget table shows you how the average New Zealand family divides its expenses.
|Expenditure type||per cent|
|Alcoholic beverages, tobacco, etc.||2.7%|
|Clothing and footwear||2.8%|
|Housing and household utilities||24.5%|
|Household contents and services||4.5%|
|Miscellaneous goods and services||9.2%|
|Sales, trade-ins, and refunds||-2.6%|
|Total net expenditure||100%|
The prices of goods and services vary by region. To see a breakdown of average prices for different regions, click: New Zealand Cost of Living | Numbeo
Everyone on a salary is taxed by the government before they are paid by their employer. Current tax rates start at 10.5% for the ﬁrst NZD$14,000 per year and go up in steps to 33% for NZD$70,000 and above. Income tax on a salary of NZD$35,000 is currently NZD$5,145 per year, and on a salary of NZD$100,000 is currently NZD$23,920 per year.
New Zealand has a 'Goods and Services' tax (GST), which is a tax on most things you buy and most services that you pay for. This tax currently sits at a rate of 15%. GST doesn't apply to accommodation, ﬁnancial transactions such as bank charges, or salaried income.
We welcome men and women from all backgrounds and nationalities. We believe that diversity makes us a better team. And we foster good work/life balance. We’re big enough to ensure that you’ll keep developing as a professional with the latest techniques, equipment and training, and small enough to bring a personal touch to everything we do.
We look to make a difference on each project through fresh thinking, dependability and working together. We call this the Delta Angle, which contains our core values – Do It First, Do It Right, Do It Together – in action.
Do It First – Think boldly and seek out improvement – new ideas create breakthrough results.
Do It Right – Do what’s right by our customers and by each other.
Do It Together – Share ideas and work together to get the best results – with our customers and our team.
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