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Paul at rtsl


If you like the outdoors, climbing hunting fishing good beaches , and are sick of the rat race and that Brexit deal then Gisborne on the East Coast of New Zealands North Island is for you.

We are a family owned company , with council contracts, utility, roading and private work. Our plant includes, diggers, six wheelers & specialised equipment .

Clean full drivers licence required 

Clean company, no drugs .

The work is challenging & varied, and no traffic jams !

We are an accredited company with Immigration NZ, which means we can help towards residents visas, for the right candidate

Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa, we can point you in the right direction on this.


Email - paul@rtsl.co.nz with cv and any questions 

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