EROAD was established to modernise New Zealand’s paper-based RUC regime and in 2009 launched the world’s first GPS/cellular-based road charging system.
Our solution can be readily and rapidly scaled and deployed across entire jurisdictions because it requires no roadside architecture, and uses a SaaS-based web service.
We’re now a world leader in our field and expanding rapidly as we enter new markets.
As EROAD expands into new markets, so does our need for highly skilled Java developers, solutions architects, product managers, analysts, sales staff, customer service representatives, content creators and all the other roles that are essential to an innovative global technology company. Most of our staff are based at our Albany headquarters but our other offices are growing fast, too.
If the job you’re looking for isn’t listed here, and you think EROAD is the right company for your skills, please get in touch.
EROAD is growing and changing incredibly fast. We look at your potential to grow when we’re hiring too, and where you might fit into the EROAD of the future.
If you're smart, talented, and want to work with people who are the best in the field, check out our job listings! The ideal position for your abilities may not even exist yet but if you have the right skills, the right attitude and we can see that you’re a good fit with great potential, we want to hear from you. Sign up here.
Joining EROAD is a great career move. We look at potential when we’re hiring, and your ability to grow with the role. We employ only the best, and ensure that our staff have the skills, training and technology to do their best work.
How you’ll fit in at EROAD is important as well. We’re really proud of our company culture and finding people with the right attitude is just as essential as a great CV.
Working at EROAD means learning from people who are experts in their field. It also means working hard – we have to, to be able to grow as fast as we need to! But we encourage a healthy work/life balance and our low staff turnover tells us we’ve probably got the balance right.
We have staff from all over the globe – 25 countries at last count – and we may just have the highest rate of boat/surfboard/windsurfer ownership of any technology company, anywhere.
We’re growing fast and we want you to grow with us.
We pay higher-than-average salaries, and offer a generous bonus scheme.
We’re big believers in work-life balance and recognize that flexible working hours help get that balance right.
Everyone at our Albany HQ gets a rooftop carpark with a view. We're also five minutes’ walk from the station.
We make sure you have latest hardware and software you need to do the best job you can.
Our big, bright lunchroom has comfortable couches, TVs, Friday drinks and frequent morning teas
You can live at the beach and be five minutes’ drive from our Albany office.
It pays to work with your friends!
If EROADers refer a successful candidate for a role here, they get a NZ$3K referral bonus.
We care more about your work than what you wear.
You can make your own using one of our espresso machines or order from the café downstairs.
Subsidised gym memberships, health insurance and a quiet room for when you need time out
Everything from fun runs to fancy dress parties – most of them including families.
RT @EroadGlobal: First Brazilian EROADers put their pin on the map. Welcome, Carlos and Leia! http://t.co/d9K1oR9jBb1 day ago
RT @KimberleeDowns: Apparently this is the biggest crowd at the airport since Tonga arrived for the 2011 Rugby World Cup #BlackCaps http://…1 day ago
Lead java dev Jonathan entertains a crowd of software students #EROAD #gradcareers http://t.co/NZxKy9LfsN7 days ago
Or engineering manager Jarred presenting to students at Auckland uni #graduates #eroadcareers http://t.co/JD1bTS3ptL7 days ago
We're on the lookout for a Senior Java Dev to lead our new engineering team in Portland #EROAD #greatjobs #hi-tech7 days ago
We have staff from all over the globe – 25 countries at last count!
What EROADers do in their spare time:
Anthony Lombardo recently joined us from Southern California but he fell in love with NZ when he was just 18.
The ability to surf and escape the crowds.
In the US there are always crowds, you have to fight for everything, even a cup of coffee.
We brought our dog, whose airfare cost more than ours put together - it was $5000!
My CV was actually passed onto Bruce and it went from there! I was very lucky.
Andrew moved to New Zealand from Korea when he was 14
I'm a web developer. I take care of EROAD's corporate websites, as well as the Help and dealer sites, and the front end of Depot.
No, I actually studied to be a scientist! I never thought my career was going to be as a developer.
After uni some friends and I started building a dating website. That's closed now but I taught myself how to code and really enjoyed it.
Sophie is the product manager for the Oregon region and mobile product
I own the delivery of EROAD’s products from the idea to commercialisation, and ensure they are quickly delivered to the market.
No, it’s not strictly technical. In my role I represent the voice of the customer – I ensure a product is user-friendly. So it’s definitely not as technical as other roles at EROAD!
Yes, I have been a tester for 12 years now. So it was an easy transition from tester to product manager because you’re still wearing the customer hat.
Soona spends three months a year travelling for work, visiting new markets.
I communicate with regulatory stakeholders to stay on top of policy developments and ensure our products meet regulatory rules and requirements.
I was working for The Treasury in Wellington and Brian and Rebecca contacted me through LinkedIn. A month later I was living in Auckland!
Yeah. It started as a fitness goal and turned into a hobby. Running is good for time out.
“One of the best things about working at EROAD is the scale of some of the problems we get to look at. With the rate of growth of the company we’re always trying to think ‘what would this look like if it were 10 times bigger, or 100 times bigger’.”
“What I love about EROAD is the number of experts here - people who have all these great skills. I’ve got exposure to engineers, developers, business analysts, and salespeople so I’ve got a whole bunch of experience in just six months working with people outside my discipline.”
"My role involves design verification for the SaaS team. It’s very important to have keen attention to detail."
Your first interview at EROAD is likely to be with your prospective manager and our HR manager. This gives us a chance to find out more about your experience and background and gives you an insight into our team and the role you’ve applied for.
If it’s for a technical position, such as a Java developer role, we’ll ask you to sit a technical test prior to your interview. If successful, you’ll be shortlisted and we’ll get you back in to meet a second panel.
At this stage you’ll also have a chance for an informal chat with the people you will be working closely with. You’ll also meet our CEO, Steven Newman. This is a great opportunity to gain his insights into the direction of EROAD.
Once the recruitment process begins, things move along relatively quickly. Some candidates have been known to walk out with job offers within a week of applying.
If it doesn't happen that fast in your case, don't worry, we'll be in touch! We have a large number of applicants for all of our roles, and need to be sure that we select the right people for each.
We are very proud of our acceptance rate – less than 2% of our offers are declined by candidates. We think that's testament to our fantastic culture and focus on innovation. We hope you agree!
Technology is New Zealand’s fastest growing sector, contributing $19.3b annually to the economy and employing more than 62,000 people.
EROAD welcomes applications from overseas candidates and is happy to sponsor working visas.
We want to help make your move to New Zealand as smooth as possible, and that includes your visa application. Once you are at the offer stage you will have a Skype call with our HR manager, to run through the visa application process with you.
If you want to know more about working and living in New Zealand, please follow the links on the right. We will also consider candidates who are planning a working holiday in New Zealand (of at least a few years duration) and want some great experience before heading back to their home country.
EROAD’s headquarters are at 260 Oteha Valley Road, Albany, 10-15 minutes’ drive from the CBD. There’s no shortage of housing in Albany and nearby suburbs. See TradeMe and realestate.co.nz for a guide to rental properties and houses for sale.
You can also do what lots of us do: live right by the beach and still be a few minutes’ drive from the office by basing yourself at one of the beach suburbs, from Orewa down to Takapuna. Commuting from the south side of the harbour bridge is easy, since you’re going against the traffic, and buses run direct from downtown to the Albany Bus Station.
If you want to get an idea of the cost of living in New Zealand, check out New Zealand Now or one of the supermarket chains. For more general information about moving to New Zealand, NZ Ready is a useful resource.
We are happy to assist any successful candidate with their NZ Work Visa application. As part of the process you will need to complete the following forms:
You will also need to submit the following:
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Interested in joining EROAD? If you can’t see a vacancy that fits your skills, send us your CV and we’ll contact you when a suitable role arises.Register