Auckland Jobs and Skills Hubs
A free recruitment service for the construction and infrastructure industries
Jobs and Skills Hubs are a free recruitment service to support huge growth in Auckland’s construction and infrastructure sectors.
Research predicts Auckland will need an estimated 56,000 workers in the next decade to keep pace with growing demands for skilled workers*.
MBIE funds and operates three Hubs in Auckland through the Sector Workforce Engagement Programme(external link);
The Hubs are a convenient service based within communities so people can get stable, long-term work close to where they live.
For jobseekers, the Hubs help people find training, apprenticeships and jobs to support a future career in the construction and infrastructure industries.
For employers, Hubs help find skilled workers for projects, extend the hiring pool of potential candidates, and help managers upskill current staff. The Hubs also help support large projects with their social procurement targets.
Manukau, Northern and City Centre Jobs and Skills Hubs form part of the Government’s commitment to fuelling growth in the construction industry through the Construction Skills Action Plan.
These Hubs work with two others based in Auckland;
- Ara Jobs and Skills Hub(external link), run by Auckland Airport
- Tāmaki Jobs and Skills Hub(external link), run by Tāmaki regeneration.
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*According to ATEED’s Future of Work Research(external link).