Live & Work in Cromwell
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Farming and horticulture provide a strong local backbone to the increasingly important viticulture and tourism-related industries. Due to its handy central location, Cromwell is often referred to as the service, retail and gateway hub to Central Otago and Southern Lakes regions. This brings a range of business and employment opportunities. And with the growing community, the building industry is booming.
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As the tourism industry becomes a more active player in the local economy, so does seasonal work. Over summer Cromwell becomes a particularly popular destination for travellers seeking short-term work in orchards, vineyards and tourism businesses.
Many people also choose to live in Cromwell and commute to the nearby towns of Alexandra, Queenstown and Wanaka for work.
If you are looking for work in Cromwell, you should keep an eye on advertisements for vacancies in local bulletins and newspapers such as;
There is also the Cromwell Jobs members page on Facebook. You will need to be approved as a member before you can see job advertisements
And the local recruitment agency, Blaikie Consulting, based in the Cromwell Heritage Precinct. It may be worthwhile making an appointment to go in with your CV and find out if there are any suitable vacancies that they may be recruiting for.
Also keep an eye on popular job listing sites such as TradeMe Jobs and SEEK.
Find a place to live
Whether you're looking to rent or buy, there are a number of local real estate agencies that would be happy to help you find the perfect home for your circumstances.
For renting, keep an eye on the 'to let' sections of the local bulletins and newspapers. You will also find rental property listings on popular real estate websites such as Trade Me Property and RealEstate.co.nz.
Local real-estate agents: