Home to a large community of agile, high-growth startups alongside innovative globally-competitive businesses, Christchurch is the perfect city to launch your business ideas, expand your operations or continue your successful career.
With a strong economy, high employment and a focus on innovation, Christchurch boasts a wealth of opportunities across our growth sectors.
Top industries in Christchurch include:
Full-time jobs, part-time jobs and temp jobs are all on offer across the city.
Over the course of the year, the temperatures typically vary from 3°C to 23°C and are rarely below -1°C or above 27°C.
In Christchurch the weather in summer is comfortable with temperatures ranging from 20 - 23°C, these are typically dry months with rain at a minimum. These are ideal times to visit local beaches, experience outdoor tracks and many other activities.
Winter temperatures often fall below 0°C at night and there are on average 70 days of frost per year. Snow falls are usually expected once or twice a year on the hill suburbs of Christchurch and about once every second year on the plains.
If you are new to the city or are looking for new opportunities, Christchurch offers jobs across a wide range of industries.
Whether you’re looking to find a new job to advance your career, find a temporary or contract role that gives you more flexibility or is after a complete career change, our dedicated recruitment experts will be there to support you.
The cost of living in Christchurch remains relatively low, with overall consumer prices including rent standing at 9% lower than in Auckland. Basic utilities cost around $140 per month, a monthly travel pass is in the region of $100.
The general cost of living in Christchurch can be broken out by rent, public transport, groceries/food and meals out. On average expect to spend anywhere from $700 - $1,000 p/w across the core expenses, this range is an approximation and may vary depending on your location in the city.
The cost of renting or buying a house is much cheaper than Christchurch's city counterparts, with average house prices at $744,000 and rent at $480 p/w. These prices are slightly rising due to relocating New Zealanders after a cheaper cost of living relative to Wellington or Auckland.
If you are looking to build a career in Christchurch, Randstad offers you the advantage that you have a direct contact person in your area - because Randstad is represented in many locations in Christchurch.
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