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A whole range of opportunities at Citycare

Citycare offers terrific opportunities for qualified Plant Operators and skilled, semi-skilled and non-skilled Labourers.

As a qualified Operator, big machines are probably your thing, and you'll find plenty of them at Citycare. You’ll also find we always have a number of construction projects going on across different sectors throughout the country. Whether you operate diggers, rollers, mowers and anything in between, you’ll find something of interest here.

One day you could be helping in the construction of roads, footpaths and cycle ways, the next you might be putting your skills to drainage installation projects, ground stabilisation or improvement works.

As a Labourer, no matter where you are in your career we’ll have something to suit you. You might be out and about keeping our cities clean and safe, assisting our traffic management teams or learning a thing or two on a construction site. You may also be able to access our pre-apprentice and cadet programmes.

You’ll also be pleased to know that our health and safety standards are second-to-none and job security is a no brainer – there’s always plenty of work. Plus we offer a variety of training and development programmes, so you’ll have the opportunity to up-skill on the job if you’re keen to.

Life at Citycare

Kurt and Francis Auckland Drainage Team Citycare Water
"I completed my Level 4 in Civil Trades for Water & Wastewater while working full-time. Francis is well into his Level 3. Overall, in our team of 14, six are studying towards the qualification right now." 
Kurt Muller, Auckland Drainage Team Leader (12 years with Citycare) and Francis Kalati, Team Supervisor - Citycare Water
Charteris Bay Citycare Civil

“While we are working, people often walk by and say we're doing a fantastic job as we are making it safer for them to walk in their neighbourhood.”

Phil Frame, Project Engineer on building stairs along the Lyttelton Harbour Walkway – Citycare Civil

May Leatu

"I work hard to do the job well so people get home safely to their loved ones. I am now training to be a mentor so I can help other staff to progress and have a career."


May Leatu, STMS - Citycare Civil