Greetings from the Migrant Careers Support Trust! In this month's newsletter, we share with you the latest details on our upcoming event, The Job Seekers Boot Camp. If you are in pursuit of your dream job, we have joined hands with leading industry experts to help guide you on your journey.
Last month we conducted a workshop on 'Careers in Childcare' with PORSE and The Rainbow Corner Group, it was an informative and interactive session.
There are few resources and articles below with important information and tips relating to COVID recovery, employment rights and career planning, please do give them a read.
Keep in touch with our social media channels, for regular updates, announcements, and job postings.
Regards, Garry Gupta, Chair, Migrant Careers Support Trust
Been applying for jobs but had no luck? We're here to help you get ready for your dream job.
Sign-up for The Job Seekers Boot Camp!
Work on your skill sets to achieve success in your job hunt.
8-11 December, 2020
9.30AM - 2.00PM
Massey Library, West Auckland
Four workshops to be spread across Auckland in the coming months. Workshops will be organised in the following suburbs: West Auckland, South Auckland, East Auckland, Central Auckland
Careers in Childcare: A workshop with PORSE and Rainbow Corner
On 16th October 2020, Migrant Careers Support Trust organised a workshop for learning more about Careers in Childcare. The workshop was an interactive session with experts from the industry sharing tips and giving advise.
JOB POST : Wanted a property manager cum accountant
An excellent opportunity to learn and advance your career in property management and accountancy for an optimistic, energetic & self motivated individual. We are a fast paced company - where mindset and attitude is considered more important than skill. On the job training will also be provided to the right candidate who demonstrates the ability to learn and stay with the company for long. The following attributes will be required for this role. 1. Knowledge of Xero/MYOB accounting software 2. Knowledge and experience of general accounting, bookkeeping & GST/tax principles 3. Experience of calculating/filing GST returns 4. Knowledge of tenancy laws and how rental property works 5.Good commercial acumen and a passion for property 6. Liaise with tenants, builders, contractors and other service providers 7. Review property maintenance and tenancy contracts 8. Good excel skill 9. Good communicator with good interpersonal skills 10. Good negotiation skills 11. Collaborative behaviour 12. Good strategic thinker 13. Ability to work efficiently to tight deadlines and manage a number of tasks simultaneously 14. Full drivers license
Additionally, it will be greatly valued, if you have experience in managing the paperwork during the developing and construction phase of residential property. [posted on behalf of a client]
TO APPLY: Email to email@example.com
PARTNER EVENT: Governance and Leadership Training.
Belong Aotearoa is organising Governance and Leadership Training - Networking, Relationships and Adapting.
For people and organisations who hold governance and leadership roles in and for the ethnic community, this free training over three sessions will build your capacity. Delivered by Carol Scholes from Threshold Management and Coaching - specialists in supporting boards and leaders of organisations.
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.
What can employers do to prevent and respond to bullying?
One in four employees in New Zealand say that they have been bullied at work.
Bullying has a negative effect in people’s mental and physical health, can damage the culture and brand of a business, increase absenteeism and reduce employee retention and business productivity.
Bullying is not a one-off or occasional rude behaviour, giving constructive feedback, advice or peer review, warning or disciplining workers in line with the business, differences in opinion or personality clashes.
Under the Health and Safety at Work Act, employers must make sure that their workers are healthy and safe at work. This includes managing the risks of bullying.
Courtesy: Employment New Zealand
So, what can employers do to stop bullying? Read here.