May 15, 2019

Taking Your Career Overseas

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Date(s) - May 15, 2019
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Biz Dojo

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Lift your career “off the ground” and make it international!

Are you interested in a job that involves travel?

Do you want to explore working overseas?

Well this is the workshop for you!


Hear from our expert panel and benefit from their experience as they talk about:

  • Potential career pathways
  • The challenges and opportunities that were thrown their way
  • and they will answer your burning questions


You’ll come away with knowledge on how you can prepare for an exciting career overseas and learn how to make it happen. Register your space now as we expect tickets will sell out fast!

Our Panellists

Bernie Kelly from Global Career HQ

Having helped more than 30,000 Australian and New Zealand professionals make a career move between New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom over the past 20 years, Bernie has an unrivalled knowledge of the movement of job seekers between Australasia and the United Kingdom, global employment trends and a deep affinity for the opportunities and challenges faced by recruiters, employers and job seekers in global marketplaces.


Hamish Anton from Deloitte

Hamish is a Director in Assurance and Advisory at Deloitte in Wellington. After leaving Waikato University he began his career with Deloitte in London in 2007, he moved to Auckland in 2009 before taking up a position with Deloitte in New York in 2011. Hamish returned to Auckland in 2013 and has since moved to Wellington in 2018.


Emma Hodder from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Emma Hodder works for the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT). She joined in 2013, working in the Legal Division with responsibility for international treaties. She then completed two years’ Mandarin language training in Taiwan, before completing a three-year posting as Deputy Consul-General in Guangzhou, China. Emma returned to Wellington in April and is currently working in MFAT’s Pacific Regional Division.


Bookings are closed for this event.