The Career and Employability Service Ārahi Umanga

We provide careers advice, guidance and information to Massey students and recent Massey graduates.  Coupled with this, we offer recruitment assistance to employers and support Massey staff in their work with students on employability strategies. Whether you are a student or graduate, an employer or a parent if you have a careers query check out our frequently asked questions or email us at careersupport@massey.ac.nz

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Massey's Employability Characteristics

It is never too early to give thought to "How am I going to find a job when I leave University?" Massey has developed FIVE Employability Characteristics which we believe that students and graduates need. We believe that it is critical that you work towards developing, and strengthening, these Employability Characteristics whilst at university. 

Find out more about this here.

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Get started

Explore resources and tools for choosing a career.

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Get employment

Explore how to find work of any type. International and doctoral student advice too.

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Get selected

Explore C.V.s, cover letters, interviews and other selection methods.

Get details of events

Career expos and events coming up and how to prepare for them.

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Get in touch with us

How to contact a careers adviser and details of the help offered.

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Get career resources

Access and download resources on a range of career topics.

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Selected jobs from Massey CareerHub

  • Quality Assurance & Product Development Associateexternal link

    Application closing date: 24 Nov 2017
    Location: Lower Hutt Wellington New Zealand
    We are looking to for a full time Quality Assurance & Product Development Associate for a maternity cover. This role is suitable for a food science or food technology graduate. The role consists of 60% quality assurance and 40% product development.
  • APS6 Seismologistexternal link

    Application closing date: 24 Nov 2017
    Location: Canberra ACT Australia
    Two positions available for Seismologists:
    1) Duty Seismologist within Earthquake Alerts & Tsunami Warnings Section; and
    2) Seismologist within Nuclear Monitoring Section.
  • Postdoctoral Fellow - Biochemistryexternal link

    Application closing date: 24 Nov 2017
    Location: Dunedin Otago New Zealand
    A two-year fixed term postdoctoral position is available to explore the function of JAS and membrane dynamics in plant male meiotic cells.
  • Graduate Developerexternal link

    Application closing date: 24 Nov 2017
    Location: New Plymouth Taranaki New Zealand
    Use your technology and development knowledge to develop and maintain websites, APIs and web apps.
  • Technology Graduateexternal link

    Application closing date: 24 Nov 2017
    Location: Auckland Auckland New Zealand
    Technology Graduate

To view all CareerHub job and career events listings go to Massey CareerHub.

Occupation Outlook Reports

Occupation Outlook Reports

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment Occupation Outlook 2017 resource has been designed to be one of the first places for young people to look when considering possible career options and what their chances are of getting a job once they have finished studying. The occupations profiled were chosen for a range of factors, including their size, popularity, and potential for future growth.  You can access this resource here.

Are you a PhD student?

Massey University is an organisational member of Vitae, the global leader in the professional development of researchers. Vitae works with institutions striving for excellence in development and career support for research staff and students.

See also, our advice for PhD students.

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Careers timeline

Explore some of the many ways in which you can make the most of your time at Massey by accessing our careers timeline.

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