In recent months, Canstaff have increased our global reach with a new London office and throughout the start of the year have rolled out a new way of promoting all potential opportunities for candidates across all our offices and territories with the Canstaff Job Passport. The Job Passport is a way of servicing the needs of all of our employer partners with the specialist skills and trade qualifications of our candidates.
The Job Passport helps to clarify and identify opportunities for people considering NZ as a live and work destination. So far this has been a mixture of Kiwis looking to come home and wanting to ensure the relocation comes with employment when they hit the ground, and also UK residents with skills and qualifications that will fit in the NZ environment.
Canstaff have been able to offer this this promotion confident that the candidates will take up an offer and can be placed due to a strong construction scene both in Auckland and with Christchurch still rebuilding.
Meet some new Canstaff faces!
Gary has joined Canstaff to lead the opening of the new London office and was an obvious choice after living and working around London for the last 20 years in recruitment and business development roles.
Prior to opening the new London office Gary worked with a training company within the Canstaff group sourcing and placing skilled tradesmen from Australia and New Zealand in the UK.
London’s construction boom combined with Brexit worker mobility has created an interesting labour market opportunity, and Gary’s local knowledge means he can create new and longstanding partnerships with employees and local employers.
Gary is actively driving Canstaff’s strategy to successfully place local and international skilled candidates with our clients who are running and developing future construction projects
Katrina was born and raised in Sydney, and began her recruitment career in 2012 when she was employed as a resourcer focusing on blue-collar, casual labour-hire. Learning the ropes with the administration, screening and interviewing applicants, she quickly moved into a Consultant Role. Katrina found herself out in front of clients developing client/recruiter relationships and immediately excelled at creating opportunities for candidates to easily transition into.
Katrina’s career continued to develop as she was promoted into an Account Manager position, where she again excelled in this new role.
Katrina now brings her career skills and industry knowledge to Canstaff and currently assists as many applicants as possible each week find the right employment within Australia