Waiamakariri Libraries created an amazing Māori Language Collection called Ako Collection to help you explore and learn more about Te Reo Māori.
A range of apps that make using the library easier.
Grab your library card, remember your PIN number and jump right in!
Waimakariri Heritage website - a place to conserve and curate community memories and taonga.
To assist teachers, Waimakariri Libraries have a feast of resources available to help teachers feed students who are hungry for knowledge.
Waimakariri Libraries are here to support your search for work.
We have free use of computers and wi-fi, and staff who are able to help you setting up an email, writing a resume, or applying for a job online. You can drop in to use our computers anytime, and use our Book-a-librarian service to book a time with a library staff member for further assistance.
We have some great books to help your search – try searching these topics in our catalogue or just click the links here.
Most employers list their vacancies online. Some of the biggest job vacancy sites are:
You can also look at the website of the workplace or organisation you are interested in, jobs will often be advertised there. Here are some examples:
Job recruitment agencies will also have jobs listed. Some have a broad range of jobs and some are more specialised.
Here are some general ones:
Some specialised agencies:
There are lots of online resume and cover letter examples and templates that can help you get started.
You may want to consider training or study to improve your ability to get the job you want.
Find out about study and training options at https://www.careers.govt.nz/help-finding-a-job/information/job-hunters-workbook/
Linkedin Learning is available through the library website and has free online courses which may help expand your skills while you look for work.
ARA Connect in Rangiora offers self-paced learning in computer skills.