Geothermal Industry Career Expo
New Zealand Geothermal Week 2021
This event will showcase career opportunities in the geothermal industry. From current jobs through to long-term career pathways. There will be exhibitors from across the wider geothermal industry, Including generators, process heat users, research companies, engineering service and construction firms, as well as industry bodies, tertiary institutes, and other training providers.
The event is suitable for students, job seekers and those looking to switch to or extend their career in the geothermal industry, and will cover entry-level and skill development opportunities through to trade and highly-skilled specialist roles.
Check out the flyer for this expo here.
If you are interested in exhibiting or want to bring a larger group (10+) please contact Tanya.
30th July 2021
1:00pm - 5:00pm
122 Spa Road
Contact Energy are one of New Zealand's largest electricity and gas providers. They currently run 5 geothermal power stations and have started construction on a new $580 million power station in Tauhara.
GNS Science is undertakes research and consultancy in earth, geoscience and isotopes. They are responsible for much of the research on New Zealand geothermal.
MB Century is an energy solutions provider. They do a lot of the technical work within the geothermal industry including extraction, steam field design, and construction.
New Zealand Geothermal Association (NZGA)
The NZGA is a collective of New Zealand's geothermal community. They represent the needs of the industry as a whole to grow geothermal here.
Women in Geothermal (WING)
WING promotes and supports women working in the geothermal industry. They strive to achieve gender equality within the industry.
Western Energy service geothermal wells. They are New Zealand based but work all over the world.
Naylor Love is a commercial construction company. They carry out some of the construction required within the geothermal industry.
Cheal is an engineering consultancy operating around the central North Island. They aid the development of geothermal infrastructure.
CLL Service and Solutions
CLL Service and Solutions is a construction company primarily operating out of Auckland with a presence all around New Zealand. They provide some construction and earthwork solutions for the geothermal industry.
Warner Construction is a construction company based in Taranaki. They have constructed many of the geothermal pipelines in the Taupō District.
Euro Scaffolds are based in Taupō and provide scaffolding solutions to the wider Central North Island. They assist the geothermal industry by providing scaffolding.
Miraka is a Māori owned dairy-processing company. They utilise geothermal process heat to and power their production processes.
Mercury is a 100% renewable energy provider. They use geothermal generation to produce some of their electricity.
University of Auckland
The University of Auckland is New Zealand's largest university. They offer several courses relevant to the geothermal industry.
University of Waikato
The University of Waikato has campuses in Hamilton and Tauranga. They offer several courses relevant to the geothermal industry.
Toi Ohomai is one of the largest tertiary education providers in the Bay of Plenty and South Waikato Regions. They offer courses on skills and trades that support the geothermal industry.
Universal College of Learning (UCOL)
UCOL is an institute of technology and a polytechnic. They offer several courses relating to the geothermal industry.
Connexis is New Zealand's infrastructure industry training organisation. They train many of those who construct and maintain geothermal infrastructure.
Taupō Access Hire
Taupō Access Hire is an access equipment specialist operating out of Taupō. They provide elevated work platform (EWP) training in the Taupō region, including to companies supporting the geothermal industry.
Vertical Horizonz is a private training establishment. They are the training providers for the new Tauhara power station build.