Do have work to offer youth aged 14-24?


If you have work to offer youth aged 14-24 and would like us to advertise it please contact

Nardia at nardia.gower@rangitikei.govt.nz 


021 02181193




Calf Rearer/Farm Assistant/Relief Milker


The Calf Rearing position offers approx 30hrs p/wk (over our peak) for 8-10 weeks. 

The Farm Assistant role offers approx 10hrs p/wk but as the calf rearing slows down these hours could increase.

The applicant MUST have a FULL Drivers License and be confident driving a Manual vehicle.  Apply now for this role or get more information by contacting Farm Manager.

027  2490968







Shepard,General Hand


A position is available on a sheep and beef breeding property in the Turakina valley working in conjunction with 3 other properties in the Rangitkei.

A position is available on a sheep and beef breeding property in the Turakina valley working in conjunction with 3 other properties in the Rangitkei. 
We are looking for someone who is honest, reliable , be able to work on their own or as part of a team, weekend work would be required at times.
The roll varies from general farm maintains ,fencing new and repairs, all aspects of stock work, weed control, tractor work.
Accomodation is a 3 bedroom house on the property with primary school bus at gate.
Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Please apply with CV before 28 July.
Hugh Glasgow
027  5268811



Project Marton has always got an event or activity on the go, from Market Day to Harvest Fair creative opportunities and community support.  We are always on the lookout for awesome volunteers and will totally work in with your time availability and skills. Come in and see us at 18 Humphrey St – Marton, ring on 06-327 7633 or 021 524585 or email projectmarton@xtra.co.nz


Bulls and District Community Trust is dedicated to the positive things happening in Bulls.  We roll up our sleeves and get things done, if you want to join us or help out at any of our events…roll up your sleeves and drop us a line… bulls.community@xtra.co.nz or 06-322 0051


Taihape Community Development Trust – in the town where we just chuck the gumboots on and get helping… we’ve got lots of opportunities for you to do just that.  Give Eva a call to see whats coming up and how you can pitch in 06 388 1307 or info@taihape.co.nz

  Getting Ready for what comes next


is a local approach to ensuring our school leavers are engaged in further education, training and employment, the name is our goal ‘100% of Students in Whanganui and Rangitikei in Education Employment and Training’.  They work closely with four main groups, Business, Tertiary Providers, Secondary schools and Secondary school teachers.  Check it out here


is a global career service, that engages, empowers and motivates students to be inspired with their own potential. The programmes help young adults better prepare for their future.  Check it out here



has a great range of job training and apprenticeship in and around the Rangitikei. Check it out here


is an innovative and award-winning Tertiary Education Provider with its Head Office based in Wanganui and branching out with courses and facilities throughout the North Island of New Zealand including the Rangitikei. Check it out here


is a modern institute of technology and polytechnic with a speciality in Applied Engineering and Trades, Health and Sciences, and Humanities and Business.  Campuses are in Palmerston North, Whanganui, Wairarapa and Levin. Check it out here


strongly believe that education is the key to creating different futures for students. Whether in a workplace or on a vocational course, helping one person achieve in education and training has positive flow-on effects for family, employers and the wider community.  Their vision, Inspiring Futures, Realising Potential and Achieving Success, best captures this belief. Check it out here


The Rangitikei District Council offers scholarships for tertiary education to school leavers through Taihape Area School and Rangitikei College.  Touch base with your Year Dean to find out more.

Mayor Andy Waston is always on the look out to nominate Rangitikei youth who would benefit from an opportunity to spend 21 days developing themselves and their skill base.  Through the Mayors Taskforce for Jobs in collaboration with Outward Bound there is opportunity for youth 16-18 and 18 – 24 to experience an adventure that will challenge you, reveal your true strengths and where you will gain a real sense of independence and a new positive mindset – open to whatever challenges come your way.

To find out more drop Nardia an email nardia.gower@rangitikei.govt.nz



NZIndeed has a great range of job training and apprenticeship in and around the Rangitikei.

Check it out here




Our Au Pair OE (Overseas Experience) programme is designed for responsible and adventurous young Kiwis wanting to have their big overseas experience. Being an au pair is a fantastic experience and also a privilege, as you get to be part of another family and influence the development and growth of the children in your care. Au pair Link offers an exciting Au Pair Overseas Experience programme. It’s the perfect option if you’re looking for a safe and fun OE or gap year experience which you can also add to your CV.  The Au Pair OE programme currently offers placements in USA, Canada, China, UK, Germany, France and Australia. What are you waiting for? Speak to our team today to find out more! Check it out here


The primary role of the New Zealand Defence Force is to protect New Zealand from security threats. We also work with our allies to contribute to global defence. In the course of undertaking our roles, we have the opportunity to support emergency services both in New Zealand and overseas. This may include helping those suffering hardship as a result of war or a natural disaster or working with search and rescue teams to find someone who needs help. If you want to make a positive difference to the world, you will find many opportunities to do it in the Defence Force. Check it out here


As a member of the New Zealand Police you’ll help people every day, and no two days will be the same. You’ll constantly grow and learn because professional development continues throughout your career. Police operates 24-hours a day in a complex environment. With nearly 12,000 staff, we function from 371 community-based police stations, operate on land, sea and air, and respond to over 600,000 emergency calls every year.

In such a large and complex organisation, there are numerous opportunities to engage in interesting and challenging roles. Our people come to work to make a difference to the lives of everyone in New Zealand. We pride ourselves in being one of the most trusted police services in the world. People who choose to work at Police constantly demonstrate our Values to build a high-performance culture, and to keep people safe.

Police provides a supportive work environment which values team work. At the heart of this is a strong feeling of camaraderie between colleagues who share a sense of responsibility, loyalty and pride in what they do

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