Frequently Asked Questions

LookSee Build N.Z. is a talent attraction programme for construction and engineering professionals.

If you're in the construction industry and are wanting to move to New Zealand, it's as simple as registering with us and creating an online profile that will be assessed by a member of our Talent Team. From there, you may be invited to upload a short personal video which could be put forward to participating employers along with your profile to review.

Once you have been put forward to employers our talent team will start matching you with suitable jobs on offer from the participating companies, and employers will be able to request to interview you through the LookSee platform.

Along the way you'll receive one-on-one support and access to seminars that will help you get NZ-ready and give you further insight into what it would be like to work for some of our participating employers.

If you generate interest from multiple employers you may be invited to attend LookSee Build N.Z. Week in Auckland during February 2018. Many job offers will be made during LookSee Build N.Z. Week. However, hires can be made earlier. And if you can’t make it to N.Z. in February, or you’re not quite ready to move, as a member of our talent community the door will be open for you to come to N.Z. through 2018 and beyond.

LookSee Build N.Z. Week will take place in Auckland during February 2018.

If selected for LookSee Build N.Z. Week, you will enjoy a week consisting of job interviews, employer events, social gatherings, immigration support and connecting with our team and companies who are here to make your move to New Zealand as easy and rewarding as possible. As part of the week you will also enjoy your pre-selected NZ experience.

Registrations for LookSee Build N.Z. are open now, and will close at 12PM Friday, 17 November 2017 (NZ Time).
Invites will commence in November and be complete before the end of the year.
Absolutely! When you register with LookSee Build N.Z. you are registering to join a talent community that will give you access to New Zealand employers looking for people like you.
We are seeking mid-senior construction and engineering professionals.
Yes, in NZ there is a skill shortage in many of the construction trades, so if you're a 'Tradie' we would encourage you to register.
LookSee Build N.Z. is for construction and engineering professionals only. If you are skilled in another sector and interested in job opportunities in New Zealand you can register with LookSee here: www.looksee.co.nz
Registrations for LookSee Build N.Z. are open now, and will close at 12PM Friday, 17 November 2017 (NZ Time). Remember, the sooner you register the sooner you can be in front of employers.
Yes, LookSee Build N.Z. will provide a concierge service to help you plan your move to NZ and offer one-on-one support to make your move as easy as possible. Some employers may offer you additional relocation packages which you can be discussed during the recruitment process.
We are looking for skills that match the demand of our participating employers. You can check the sorts of roles we are looking for on our homepage.
Due to the high volume of registrations received, unfortunately we’re unable to provide individual feedback. Please note that this is not a reflection of your knowledge, skills or experience; rather, that places are limited and we had to select the closest matches for the job types included in this campaign.
If you are put forward to employers we will provide more details on the immigration options and process. When a job offer from a LookSee employer has been accepted by you, we will then manage the processing of your work visa and act as the liaison point between you and Immigration NZ.
Yes. But, if you are invited for LookSee Build N.Z. Week in February 2018, and accept a job offer from a LookSee employer then we will reimburse up to $2,000 NZD towards this travel.
If you can do this, then we encourage it. Moving to New Zealand is a big decision and our experience is that it is most successful when all members of the family are along for the ride.