Finding Work - Part 1

Some helpful advice on finding, and landing, that dream job…

To find out more…

ASENZ - Supported employment by regions

CV and cover letter templates

SEEK - Career advice & tips

SEEK - Common interview questions and how to answer them

WINZ – Looking for a job

WINZ - Dress for success (women)

WINZ - Dress to impress (men)

Video Remote Interpreting

Credits

NZSL Presenter: Darryl Alexander

Thanks to our boat building talent, Cameron Marr, and the rest of the team at Seacraft Miller Moyes - especially manager Denis Kendall.

Very appreciative to Wayne Cloete for his time as our mechanic, which we filmed at Gough Materials Handling.

Thank you to Melanie Hyslop at Aon NZ for her time on set!

Geneva Elevator were instrumental in making this video happen. Geneva Elevator offer specialised employment placement, advice and training for people with disabilities, and ongoing support at work. They have a specialist team dedicated to working with people who are Deaf or hard of hearing.

Deaf Aotearoa operates an employment service from each of its 13 offices nationwide and has a wide network of employers who have successfully employed Deaf staff for many years – contact your local office to find out how we can assist you.

Deaf Aotearoa operates an interpreter service, iSign, which provides interpreters throughout the country. iSign has over 80 contracted interpreters who work in a wide range of settings including many workplaces, and are able to respond quickly to your interpreting needs.

The Toolbox project was made in association with Deaf Aotearoa.

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The Toolbox is made possible with funding from the New Zealand Sign Language Fund, managed under the Ministry of Social Development.

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