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Rensol Recruitment and Consulting, Inc, an agency that is genuine to its core of prioritizing the welfare of every OFW has demonstrated once more its enthusiasm and keenness in developing relationships with profoundly dependable agencies. 

Last November 24, 2022, Rensol Recruitment and Consulting, Inc. warmly welcomed Turbo Staff – New Zealand Clients. It is an entrusted agency that provides end-to-end solutions to its clients by supplying them with highly skilled laborers. Turbo staff limited has opened doors of opportunity to our modern-day heroes on development ventures in New Zealand. They lit the light of hope for every OFW by visiting the country to actually meet and get to know them. 

Mr. Clayton Badland, Aotearoa Group Manager, and Ms. Joy Calosa, International Recruitment Manager conducted an interview with 29 empowering candidates at the humble office of Rensol Recruitment and Consulting, Inc. The following candidates whose seeking long-term opportunities came over to attend the screening and selection process.

They are mainly composed of hardworking carpenters and aluminum fabricators. They ace the interview with trust in themselves and strong determination. 

Rensol and Turbo Staff are jointly aiming for the deployment of a stronger Filipino workforce. The two outstanding agencies serve as fuel to ignite the passion and purpose of every migrant worker. 

The immeasurable service & effort of Rensol Recruitment in introducing valuable clients is undeniably causing every migrant worker to aim high and soar high in the direction of their dreams. 

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New Zealand engineering is desperately short of skilled professionals across all disciplines while in the middle of the largest infrastructure boom in its history brought by reconstruction efforts after the destruction of major earthquakes.

Billions of dollars have been overpouring into projects due to the two major earthquakes that have destructed most of its largest cities. Engineering firms are finding ways on how to deliver each project in a faster, safer, and cheaper way. But despite all the massive undertakings, enough engineers to man each project were found lacking.

New Zealand engineering firms have been doubling efforts to attract talents. Some of which have even hired non-Kiwi applicants. Even the smallest companies in the industry find it strange to not receive any application from a New Zealand qualified engineer in every job posting they had recently. The good news is, engineers in New Zealand need not be registered by law.

It so happens that local talents are deeply scarce due to snaffling by larger firms and overseas employment or emigration. While local engineers are going out of their own country, talents from abroad were queuing from overseas to get into New Zealand engineering.

Engineering NZ’s statistics reflected that only 7 percent of Kiwi graduates had studied engineering. This shortage eventually leads to New Zealand engineering crisis.

Engineering Recruitment Boom

Apart from the holistic lifestyle within its scenic landscapes, working Down Under also means unique and complex roles that will grow your skills and experiences. The calmness of Kiwi culture attributes a lot to the kind of living any aspiring worker will expect in New Zealand. It is affordable to live in NZ given the great quality of life it can offer.

With a maximum of 40 work hours per week, flexible work arrangements, competitive salary, New Zealand is an ideal country. With a relatively small population, the country has always been seeking workers from overseas to fill skill shortages across many industries.

New Zealand engineering has been booming in recent years. This comes along with the fast growth of the Kiwi economy and the lowest unemployment rate in the developed world.

Skill shortage has given way to the entry of skilled migrants. Engineers, carpenters, joiners and building surveyors are in high demand. These key positions play a pivotal role in shaping the country’s infrastructure landscape.

A number of roles which include civil and structural engineers, highway and transportation planners, water resource engineers, geotechnical engineers, and landfill design engineers are being recruited in various locations across the country.

Structural engineers are in demand to check the safety of existing buildings, while civil engineers will be needed to help in the massive rebuilding. Chemical engineers have remained steady and strong while petroleum engineering showed significant growth with increased activity in oil exploration.

While electrical engineers are the most abundant in the country, it is still not enough to fill in all vacancies.

ABOUT THE COMPANY: Rensol Recruitment and Consulting, Inc. is the fastest growing recruitment agency in The Philippines. A career consultant that aims to go above and beyond the level of expectations of both the aspirations of the candidates and the dream team standards of employers through providing exceptional opportunities and unparalleled quality-driven recruitment services.

New Zealand construction is a factory with low manufacturing rates due to lack of workers. The industry has the potential to reach its peak, but plotted infrastructure projects haven’t been materializing with the shortage of manpower. There is generally great demand, but growth is still slow. More and more buildings are on the works but workforce for each project is still scarce.

The level of construction activity is undeniably escalating. Yet, the sector struggles to move forward with cost and human capital constraints.  To increase the productivity of New Zealand construction, industry leaders and persons in charge will need to increase the number of workers. While a lot of companies still prefer local Kiwi employees, the chronic staff shortage in an industry ruled with tight timelines pushes for global recruitment.

Global Recruitment

In a report by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE), the New Zealand construction will boom by 2020. There is a lot of work to be done and it takes getting the right construction talents to deliver high-quality projects. Apart from high skill shortage, effective recruitment and retention of quality employees have been a great challenge facing the industry.

Based on Statistics NZ, roughly 3,600 out of 4,600 construction firms have current recruitment need with nearly 60% of which are hard to fill vacancies.

Civil Contractors New Zealand (CCNZ) confirms that not enough people were attracted to construction. No area has no abundance of staff. Human Resource Managers are having a hard time filling up their job sites with top local talents.


The country has a deliberately high rate of economic immigration, actually, one of the highest in the world. Auckland suffers a net loss of their natural born residents with the high influx of migrants.

Skill shortage accounts for an estimated 55,000 to 60,000 workers in the next five years. This means that there are a lot of opportunities to migrate to New Zealand for people with skillset required in the building of new houses, roads, and other types of infrastructures.  Government’s immigration listed construction skills in both immediate and long-term demand. The recruitment campaign has been launched to place workers from other countries from temporary to permanent basis.

Recruitment of overseas work in New Zealand isn’t just marketing a job towards a green pasture but marketing New Zealand as the green pasture itself.

Nevertheless, the strong forecast demand in the country equates to it having a positive industry outlook. While the struggle in low productivity growth has been continuing, the capacity, capability, and the performance in the sector have been on the works.

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ABOUT THE COMPANY: Rensol Recruitment and Consulting, Inc. is the fastest growing recruitment agency in The Philippines. A career consultant that aims to go above and beyond the level of expectations of both the aspirations of the candidates and the dream team standards of employers through providing exceptional opportunities and unparalleled quality-driven recruitment services.