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Where Do I Start?

If you like what you have read so far about eNZed Paramedical's recruitment service, and want to come to New Zealand with us, there are only 3 things that you have to do! This is the recommended sequence:

  1. Complete the eNZed Paramedical Sign-up Online page
  2. Visit the relevant web site for your profession to begin the process of applying for registration (or NZSTA membership for Speech Language Therapists)
  3. Visit the NZIS web site to decide which visa option seems likely to suit you best

After this, the rest will be determined by your individual situation, and the focus of eNZed Paramedical's service is to advise and guide you as to the best time to do things. Booking travel, accommodation and other similar details are certainly things to think about, but no action is required until much later on. The three steps listed above are all essential, and particularly the registration can hold up everything else, so these are the top priority once you have decided to come.

We look forward to welcoming you to New Zealand, and helping you enjoy the experience.

"eNZed Paramedical were not only very professional but very kind and genuine—we stayed with the owners whilst we recovered from our colds and organised jobs. It only took a few days to sort out jobs and the positions we accepted were just what we were looking for—eNZed really listened to our thoughts on where we wanted to work and what type of job we were looking for. We thoroughly recommend eNZed Paramedical—they were brilliant."

— John & Liz, Physiotherapists from England, UK

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Last Modified: 20 November 2014