Auckland University Of Technology Faculty

AUT is the second largest university in New Zealand. We have been a university since 2000, but a place of learning for 120 years and operate in accordance with the Education Act (1989). Faculties and schools Faculty of Business, Economics and Law Te Ara Pakihi, Te Ōhanga Me Te Ture Business School – Te Kura Kaipakihi… Read More »

Auckland University Of Technology Jobs

Our people work in a range of academic and professional (non-academic) roles across AUT, including permanent, fixed-term and temp or casual positions. All job vacancies Browse all current vacancies including academic and professional positions at AUT.  View all available jobs Academic job vacancies Half of AUT’s workforce is made up of academic staff who provide… Read More »

Southern Cross Pet Insurance Limited

At Southern Cross Pet Insurance, we have New Zealand’s most satisfied customers* and – not to scratch behind our own ears – we’re awfully proud of that. We’re also chuffed to be a trusted partner of the New Zealand Veterinary Association and proud supporter of SPCA and Pet Refuge. We love looking after New Zealanders’… Read More »

BNP Paribas Malaysia Berhad

At BNP Paribas, having a positive impact on our stakeholders and society is the ethos underpinning our success. We attach paramount importance to delivering sustainable finance solutions to clients that make a positive contribution to one or more of the three key foundations of sustainable development: economic, social and environmental. As the Bank for a… Read More »

WestpacBank of New Zealand

Westpac New Zealand is the second largest bank in the country, a subsidiary of the Western-Pacific, one of the Australia’s big four banks. Bank of New South Wales was originally founded in 1861 when it opened seven branches across the country of New Zealand. Even today, some of the original buildings still stand where they were built.… Read More »

TSB Bank

TSB Bank is a New Zealand-owned bank. Established in 1850, it’s grown to a network of 14 branches in the Taranaki, Hastings, Hamilton, and Tauranga areas. Originally known as the Taranaki Savings Bank, it was originally founded in 1850. Making it one of New Zealand’s oldest banks. The company’s headquarters have remained in the same place for over 160… Read More »

SBS Bank

SBS Bank is a bank operating nationwide and providing banking, insurance, financial and property management services. When it was initially founded in 1869, SBS bank was originally called Southland Building, Land and Investment Sociecty. Fast forward to somewhere around 1876, it was renamed to Southland Building and Investment Society and Bank of Deposit. Bring it up to 1995,… Read More »


RaboDirect New Zealand is the country’s first online only bank that specialises in savings accounts and other investments.. Originally known as “RaboPlus”, RaboDirect is RaboBank’s brand for online only services. The internet company currently operates in five countries, including Germaeny, Ireland, Australia, Belgium, and of course, New Zealand. Surprisingly, the first version of the online services was initially… Read More »


Rabobank New Zealand operates as a subsidiary of the world’s leading Dutch-based food and agribusiness bank Rabobank Groep N.V. If you could guess by the strange spelling above, Rabobank is a subsidiary of the multinational Dutch company, Rabobank. Their headquarters are located in Utrecht, Netherlands. Rabobank New Zealand, on the other hand, has been headquartered in Wellington since its registration… Read More »