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How to start relieving with Toi Toi Recruitment


Have you been watching our socials and thinking to yourself ‘I would love to do some relieving work’? I’m here to tell you just how easy the process is to get registered and get working with us. If you have been wanting to take a step back from your permanent position, perhaps you’ve been on family leave and only want to start doing a day or two a week, maybe you have retired and would like to still work the odd day. Relieving is the working scenario, that works for your lifestyle.


Registering with us is easy. The first step is to just get in touch! Send us an email, a private message or give us a call. Sabia our friendly consultant will then reach out to you to arrange a time to meet up and shout you a coffee. You will go through everything at this meeting from what you can expect to do on shifts, how much work you can get, your pay rates, permanent opportunities and which Centres and Schools we work with. You will also fill out the compliance paperwork (police checks, tax forms etc). After that, we contact your referees and once the police check results are returned, we can start to offer you work. Easy done!


Working with Toi Toi means use of our free Workforce App. This allows you to dictate your available days, you can change this week to week or have set days, whatever suits you. If you are available then you will be offered any shifts that match your qualifications and expertise. If you like the sound of the shift, then you can accept it on the App, otherwise hit reject and we will continue to offer you alternative Centres. We have work at Early Childhood Centres and Schools across Hawkes Bay, including Havelock North, Hastings, Napier, Taradale. We can offer you work depending on your travel preferences.


Pay day is weekly, we pay very competitive rates and pay is based on experience. If you would like a confidential chat, please do reach out. Or, refer your friends to earn a referral voucher.


We look forward to catching up for a coffee!



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