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We are local. Based in Queenstown with 8 years
experience in the New Zealand jobs market.

Permanent and contract jobs. Full-time and part-time roles are available.

Recruitment specialists. We focus on filling roles in digital, marketing and tech.

Analog Recruitment follows the pulse of the Queenstown job market

Analog Recruitment are specialists in finding candidates in the digital space. From developers and engineers to data analysts and marketers. If you're looking for work, or looking for someone to work, get in touch with us today.


We match candidates with opportunities for the following roles:

  • Digital marketing
  • Digital media
  • Web design
  • Copywriting
  • Social media marketing
  • SEM and SEO
  • Media planning
  • Programmatic media
  • Data Analyst/Engineer
  • Software Engineer
  • Front End Web Development
  • Back End Web Development
  • UX/UI Design
  • Growth Marketing
  • Product marketing
  • General IT

Live, work, and play in Queenstown.

Why live in Queenstown?

Queenstown has traditionally been the adventure capital of NZ, bustling with international tourists seeking an outdoor adventure and another epic Instagram post...


Sure, Queenstown is all of that, but is also so much more!


Whether you already live in Queenstown or are looking to make the move, connect with Analog Recruitment to discover local opportunities.

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Food & drink

The list of local restaurants, wineries, and watering holes are endless. The Queenstown region is a vibrant and social place.

Snow season

With quick access to 4 lift-assisted ski fields, Queenstown is the ultimate place to live in the winter. Many local companies even have bonus days off on 'powder' days!


Globally recognised as a cycling town, there really is something for everyone. You may enjoy visiting the 3 lift-assisted mountain bike parks or perhaps the Queenstown trail and a winery tour is more your style.

Local working community

There are a number of key local workspaces including the Mountain Club, with members growing in a range of tech, marketing, services, and tourism businesses.



Tips for finding work in Queenstown

Whether you’re after part-time, full-time or seasonal work, Queenstown has it all. Here are some tips for finding work.


Seasonal work: Queenstown is always busy, but especially during the snow season (mid-June to mid-October). Job opportunities in Queenstown often move with the tourism industry.

Pay rates in Queenstown: Pay is always dependant on the role, your employer, and your experience. Digital professionals are in high demand though and earn more than average.

Network & meet people: It's often not what you know, but who you know. Talk to recruiters and let everyone you meet know you're looking for work.

How to apply for a job in Queenstown

You'll need a few things when applying for a job in Queenstown.


Common requirements include:

  • An up-to-date CV
  • Multiple forms of ID
  • Prior employment referees
  • Valid work visa if applicable
  • A cover letter tailored for the role

Work-life balance in Queenstown

Queenstown is a great place to live and work. There are exciting adventures, relaxing getaways, and plenty of opportunities to be found here.


There's a variety of professions operating in Queenstown, from law firms to luxury accommodation, film production to digital marketing. No matter your skill or experience level, you can find work in Queenstown.


Visit Queenstownnz.co.nz for more info.

What people say about us

Honestly I have dealt with other recruitment agencies in my job search, who sometimes I feel like have been pushing their own agendas, and it’s rare to find someone like you (Lauretta) because you’ve taken the time to really understand where I’m at and recommend me to an organisation that aligns with my values to a T!

Content and SEO Manager

I enjoyed the friendly honest and approachable nature of Lauretta - her personal connection and professional approach helped me trust her recommendations.




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