The New Zealand Planning Institute gives all Student/Recent Graduate members the opportunity to advertise their availability online, please CLICK HERE if you would like to register your details.
Students Seeking Short Term Position
- Name: Mira Narula
Field of Interest: Community and Environmental Planning; Resource Consents. (Interning Position)
Availability: [November 2019] to [March 2020]
As a current Urban Planning student at the University of Auckland, I am extremely keen to gain some practical experience in the planning field, to help grow and refine my knowledge and skills.
[Posted 20 Aug 2019]
Recent Graduates Seeking Entry Level Position
- Name: Johanna Schacht
Field of Interest: Community and Environmental Planning, Transport, Resource Consents etc. I’m interested in any field of planning.
Availability: Available to start as part-time immediately, and as full-time from November 2018 on.
By having lived in Europe as well as New Zealand I have developed a deep passion for the urban environment and what elements create successful, high quality spaces. Studying urban planning for 4 years has allowed me to deepen such passion and develop extensive knowledge and the necessary skills to work in this field. One of my key qualities is efficiency, which allows me to complete tasks as quick as possible and to the best of my ability. Adding to this, is my enthusiasm, and friendly personality which makes me a pleasant co-worker, team member, and an approachable person when interacting with people I have not met before. I have gained this in particular through my work experience in the local community sector, where I worked closely with community members with the aim to improve their central community hub.
[Posted 25 Sep 2018]
- Name: Pippa Huddleston
Location: Canterbury, Hawkes Bay, Central Otago, Bay of Plenty
Field of Interest: Environmental management, water quality management, agriculture/forestry, land-use development
Availability: End of 2017 – indefinitely
I am in my final year of a Bachelor of Environmental Policy & Planning (Hons) at Lincoln University, and am looking to enter the planning industry at the end of this year! I have worked in the consents department at Hastings District Council for the past two summers, and have held the position of Lincoln University Planning Association president for 1 ½ years. I am highly motivated, organised, and hard-working and I approach issues with open-mindedness and integrity. In the future, I hope to be working in a position that strives to unlock potential, while enhancing the natural and social environment.
[Posted 06 Jun 2017]
The candidates listed above are all current NZPI members. To view CV click the candidates name