Doug McCall

Owner and Recruiter

Doug helps psychologists transition to working and living in New Zealand. He has extensive knowledge of local psychology practices, international relocation, and the job market for psychologists.

Blog by Doug McCall

Help with Psychologist Registration
Registration is required to practice as a psychologist in New Zealand. Psych-Recruitment can help you confirm your eligibility and prepare your application to expedite the process.
Doug McCall
08.06.24 06:03 AM - Comment(s)
New Zealand Visas
Overseas psychologists need visas to work and live in New Zealand. This post gives an overview of the visa process and highlights the important role that Psych-Recruitment plays in obtaining them.
Doug McCall
07.06.24 04:47 AM - Comment(s)
Māori Culture 
Māori culture is integral to New Zealand's national identity. Psych-Recruitment will help you develop the cultural awareness needed to succeed in job applications and interviews.
Doug McCall
06.06.24 06:03 AM - Comment(s)
Tips for Aspiring Psychologists
Suggestions for finding psychology career and study advice, as well as a list of universities and related professional organisations in New Zealand.
Doug McCall
05.06.24 06:03 AM - Comment(s)
New Zealand / Aotearoa
Explore New Zealand's two main islands and sixteen regions. This information will introduce you to various destinations to consider when immigrating.
Doug McCall
15.05.24 04:00 AM - Comment(s)
North Island / Te Ika-a-Māui 
Check out the ten regions of New Zealand's North Island. Although the smaller island is the most populated and culturally diverse, it offers a more extensive choice of psychologist jobs.
Doug McCall
13.05.24 06:03 AM - Comment(s)
South Island / Te Waipounamu
Explore the six regions of New Zealand's South Island, which is geographically larger but less populated. Here, you can enjoy breathtaking scenery and unique working environments for psychologists.
Doug McCall
12.05.24 06:00 PM - Comment(s)
Auckland / Tāmaki Makaurau
Consider Psychologist jobs in Auckland, New Zealand's most populous city. This city provides a busy, cosmopolitan, multicultural lifestyle for psychologists and their families and a wide range of employment options.
Doug McCall
12.05.24 06:00 PM - Comment(s)
Wellington / Te Whanganui-a-Tara
Wellington, New Zealand's capital city, is a favourite for psychologists seeking that compact small city packing a suburban art vibe. The city has excellent public services, education, sports facilities and a vibrant café culture.
Doug McCall
06.05.24 01:57 AM - Comment(s)
Christchurch / Ōtautahi
Christchurch, the second-largest city in New Zealand, is the gateway to the beautiful South Island. A popular immigration destination for psychologists, Christchurch offers affordable housing and a laid-back lifestyle.
Doug McCall
05.05.24 10:24 PM - Comment(s)
Hamilton  /  Kirikiriroa
Hamilton is the urban centre of New Zealand's fastest-growing region, offering psychologists an excellent range of employment opportunities. The Waikato region is the home of the Hobbits; expect affordable housing and a pleasant climate.
Doug McCall
05.05.24 02:48 AM - Comment(s)
Tauranga, the fifth-largest city in New Zealand, is famous for its stunning, pristine white sand beaches and climate characterized by warm summers and mild winters. Housing prices in Tauranga are typically higher than the national average.
Doug McCall
04.05.24 02:48 AM - Comment(s)