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  • Joinery Job (Local)
    The Stone Collective based in Adams Drive is looking for two school leavers to join their team. Must be hard-working and have an interest in joinery. Call Finn 0210645638 or pop in to 25 Adams Drive, Pukekohe for a chat.
  • Farrell Nurseries Job Opportunity for 2022
    Farrell Nurseries Job Opportunity. They are looking for a hard working person to join their team. Send cover letter and CV to   farrellnurseries@xtra.co.nz
  • Possible Plumbing Apprenticeship
    Limbo Plumbing possibly have a plumbing apprenticeship, contact Hayden 0274244384
  • Summer Labourer Required (Earthworks)
    A Civil and Earthworks Company are after some labourers for the earth works / summer season. This could potentially turn into further work / apprenticeships for the right person. Contact Emma McAllister,APS Civil and Construction, 021 174 2191 office@apscivil.co.nz
  • Parts Assistant / Trainee
    The Tractor Centre, Pukekohe are looking for an enthusiastic Parts Assistant to join their team now. A genuine interest in customer service and knowledge of the agriculture industry is preferred, however attitude and the desire to learn are more important, as training will be provided for the right person. If you are interested contact Mrs Jolly in the Careers Department for more information or contact The Tractor Centre's recruitment team 09 299 2525.
  • MITTA 2022
    If you are intending to attend MIT as a 2022 Trades Academy student (Level 2 and Level 3) and have NOT yet been contacted by a member of the Careers Team asking for details, please email careers@pukekohehigh.school.nz. We are currently enrolling and you might miss out on your preferred option if you don't contact us very soon.
  • BYOD for Learning

    With the resurfacing of COVID in our region and changes in
    Alert Levels causing students to continue their learning from home, having a
    reliable device at home to access online learning, remain connected with
    teachers, and receive feedback about their work makes 
    BYOD more essential than
    ever.

    Click here for a reminder of our BYOD recommendations.