Careers & Employment
Postal Address: PO Box 64 Lincoln 7647
Telephone: +64 0800 10 60 10
Email: [email protected]
University Switchboard: +64 0800 10 60 10
University Homepage: www.lincoln.ac.nz
Established in 1878, Lincoln is New Zealand’s specialist land-based university. We are 100% committed to transforming land, people and economies. Our specialist qualifications are renowned for their fantastic mix of research-led teaching and “roll your sleeves up” practicality. From the high country to the high street, land-based sectors are at the heart of the action and much of the New Zealand economy revolves around land: property; wine; infrastructure; city planning; tourism; parks; public gardens and most of our major exports.
Lincoln University regularly assesses the market for new areas where employers demand graduates with specific expertise such as Biosciences, Water Science, Supply Chain Management, Environmental Management and Viticulture and Oenology.
Careers & Employment is centrally located in Library Teaching and Learning and offers a comprehensive service to students, recent graduates and employers of graduates.
Services and Programs
Lincoln CareerHub: http://careerhub.lincoln.ac.nz for students ■ NZUniCareerHub www.nzunicareerhub.ac.nz for employers ■ Campus recruitment program ■ Employment website ■ Jobs noticeboard ■ Careers resource library ■ Employer promotion ■ Liaison with academic faculties ■ On-campus visits/presentations/interviews/testing ■ Direct emails to target groups of students ■ Collection of applications for employers ■ Annual on-campus careers fairs ■ Student magazine ‘Caclin’.
Fully equipped lecture theatres ■ Interview rooms ■ Parking ■ Catering ■ Videoconferencing facilities.
Fields of Education
Science (Conservation & Ecology, Land Water & Environment, Food Science, Biosecurity & Bio-protection, Maori & Indigenous Knowledge), Agricultural Science, Agriculture, Viticulture & Oenology, Environment & Society (Land & Society, Water Management, GIS & Environmental Informatics, Maori & Indigenous Environmental Management), Landscape Architecture, Environmental Policy & Planning, Sport & Recreation Management, Tourism Management, Commerce (Supply Chain Management & Global Business, Accounting & Finance, Responsible Marketing, Food & Resource Economics, Maori & Indigenous Business), Agricultural Commerce, Agribusiness & Food Marketing, Valuation and Property Management).
Number of Graduating Students (approximate)
Agriculture & Life Sciences 350+; Commerce 400+; Environment Society & Design 250+.
Head of Careers Service:
T: +64 3 423 0331
E: [email protected]
Semester 1: 3 Mar – 6 Jun
Semester 2: 14 Jul – 17 Oct
Vacations: 15 Apr – 25 Apr; 27 Jun – 13 Jul; 25 Aug – 5 Sep
Campus visits are welcome throughout the academic year.
Accounting and Finance Fair: 19 March