Building strong teams has and always will be intrinsic to Arrow’s culture. Close relationships allow us to ‘step into the shoes’ of our project partners and really get to know what drives them. Be warned you may get wet during the team building process!


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If you’re looking for a great place to work, where initiative and innovation have no road blocks, and team work and culture are everything, we would love to talk to you!

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Arrow International is one of New Zealand’s premier construction organisations, with annual revenue of $400m and employing over 450 staff spread across ten regional offices.


From humble beginnings in 1984 based out of Dunedin, Arrow has delivered over 3000 projects across New Zealand and the Pacific. Along the way, we’ve built a reputation for taking on complex projects – projects that are logistically challenging, or with programme, cost or quality requirements that are beyond those normally achieved in the industry. We do this by working alongside our clients and applying our practical building experience to develop innovative solutions.


We’re always on the lookout for construction professionals, including Site Managers, Project Managers, Quantity Surveyors and Project Administrators.


Ron Anderson and Bob Foster started Arrow with the belief that there was a better way of delivering construction projects. Challenging the norm in 1984, they focused solely on the client and began to approach projects differently. The legacy of Ron and Bob lives on; we look for people who are not afraid to question the norm, are passionate about construction and work with integrity.
This distinctive style of working means we attract and retain some of the best minds in the business. Many of our people have been recognised with national industry awards.


In return we offer a level of opportunity that is defined only by your ability. Arrow International is a place where initiative and innovation have no road-blocks.


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Latest Job Listings

HR and Training Coordinator

Auckland, New Zealand

Project Manager

Auckland, New Zealand

Management Accountant

National, New Zealand

Project Manager

Wellington, New Zealand

Senior Quantity Surveyor

Auckland, New Zealand

Quantity Surveyor

Auckland, New Zealand

Quantity Surveyor

Wellington, New Zealand


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Arrow Careers Overview

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The Arrow Recruitment team recruits for a broad range of roles at all levels across the Arrow business. We want you to have a great experience in applying for a job at Arrow and will ensure that you are kept fully informed about the status of your application throughout the process.

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1. Application

Send us your CV and cover letter stating the position that you are applying for. Your application will be collected into our database and our Recruitment team will be in touch.


2. Shortlist

Once the job vacancy has closed a shortlist of 8-10 people will be evaluated by the Hiring Manager. From this list 3-5 people will be selected for interview.


3. 1st Interview

Get the inside word on who Arrow really is and what we do; what will your role cover and how does your past experience relate to it. We will ask you a few specific questions but you are welcome to ask us just as many back! Each interview will be conducted by the Hiring Manager and should last about an hour. This interview can be conducted via Skype or phone if you are abroad.


4. 2nd Interview

This is your opportunity to meet the people you are likely to be working with and discuss the role in more detail. Culture is important to us, so we will be making sure that you are a good fit and ready to embrace what we value.


5. Reference checks

Reference checks will be carried out on the top candidates. Two reference checks will be undertaken; one will need to be with your current Manager to check your work history.


6. Offer

If you make it to the finish line we will get in touch to discuss conditions of your employment like your salary, when you can start etc. Once this is agreed, a formal offer will be sent to you before we welcome you aboard!


If you are not a New Zealand or Australian citizen or resident, you must obtain a work permit before travelling to New Zealand.

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NZ Immigration Accredited Employer

Arrow International is an accredited employer under the New Zealand Immigration Service’s Talent (Accredited Employer) Work Policy. This means we have met the high standards required by Immigration NZ, and allows us to fast track talent visa applications subject to meeting specific criteria. The Immigration New Zealand website provides details on eligibility and we will support you through the application process where eligible.


If you do not qualify to apply under Arrow’s Certificate of Accreditation there may be other visas or permits which you are eligible to apply for. Full details can be found on the Immigration New Zealand website.


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