Recruitment advertising

Radio operator recruitment advertisement in the September 1984 edition of the amateur radio magazine <em>Break-In</em>

Radio operator recruitment advertisement in the September 1984 edition of the amateur radio magazine Break-In


New Zealand Post Office newspaper advertisement seeking radio operators

New Zealand Post Office newspaper advertisement seeking radio operators


Text from the above advertisement:

We’ll pay you to do what you like

If you have a keen interest in radio this applies to you. The Post Office offers you a career as a radio operator or inspector. These are jobs in which you will be well rewarded for doing work you like.

Qualifications? If you’re between 16 and 25 years of age and have school certificate in mathematics and physics (or general science) you’re eligible. If you haven’t got school certificate you could still be considered as a trainee radio operator.

For full details contact your local Post Office Engineer or write to the Director of Personnel, PO Head Quarters, Wellington.

the Post Office offers more


A recruitment ad for technicians, some time after 1971 (when the Warkworth satellite station opened) and 1987 when the NZPO was broken up, with telecommunications becoming the responsibility of Telecom.

New Zealand Post Office recruitment ad for radio techncians
New Zealand Post Office recruitment ad for radio techncians