Resources for Job Seekers
Available at the Tasman District Libraries in Richmond, Motueka, Murchison and Tākaka
- Free Wi-Fi
- Desktop computers and laptops (Chromestations and Chromebooks) for use in the library
- Scanning, photocopying and printing facilities (charges apply)
- Need somewhere quiet for an online job interview? Book the Imaginarium at Richmond Library.
Search scholarships, grants and other funding available to students and individuals. Free to use with your library card, but you will need to create a free account. Read more about givME.
The following websites have information about careers and applying for jobs or lists of available jobs.
Job vacancy and recruitment websites, job profiles, and information about different career pathways and study options, CV builder and other useful tools for creating your resume.
A job search engine that pulls together job listings from recruitment agencies and job boards across the internet.
Information on specific industry sectors in New Zealand and recruitment agencies who specialize in those sectors.
Job listings and information about starting a new career in dairying.
Information about working in horticulture and the different roles on orchards, vineyards and packhouses.
An Australian website that matches jobseekers with employers.
Search for jobs across different industries and regions of New Zealand.
You may need to register with Work and Income to be considered for these roles.
Community Matters Service
Community groups and service providers run regular drop-in sessions at the Richmond Library, this includes one-on-one drop-in sessions for job seekers. Check the Community Matters calendar for more information.