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      • Wellington Cable Car closed 7 June- 31 July
        • 31 May 2016
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        • Our dear friends at the Wellington Cable Car have asked us to pass on the following information regarding their up coming makeover! The Wellington Cable Car will be closed from 7 June to 31 July 2016 to undertake a major equipment upgrade.

      • Working at Snapper
        • 26 May 2016
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        •     ‘Let them eat cake!’ said a French princess when told of the bread shortage among the peasants of her realm (it was not Marie Antoinette, as frequently cited).

      • Snapper Internships 2016
        • 1 Mar 2016
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        • Looking for a job while you’re still studying that doesn’t require a hair net? One that kick starts your career before you’ve even left University? An opportunity to do real work and not just “practice”? Snapper are recruiting now for their Snapper Internship Program – and don’t worry, it’s paid! What we can offer: Our internship program provides the opportunity to work on real projects, doing real work, and with flexible hours that will fit in with your timetable and study commitments. You’ll be working collectively as part of a software development team, helping build awesome industry-leading products and undertaking exciting R&D activities. What we’re looking for: We don’t just want good people…we want great people! We’re looking for well-rounded individuals who understand and appreciate all software development, not just coding. Your background could relate to any of the following disciplines: • Business analysis • Requirements gathering • Quality assurance • Coding/development • Testing • User experience • Mobile application design The formal stuff: Internships will be on a part-time basis during term (minimum of 12 hours per week) and full-time (minimum of 40 hours per week) during the holiday periods, with three terms per year. At the end of each term, we’ll evaluate and invite those selected to continue their placement. You must be in your final year of study to apply for the program. Get in touch: If you’re interested in jump-starting your career and getting real experience with a company that’s leading the industry on a global scale, get in touch with your CV or for more information at: interns@snapper.co.nz

      • Cruise ship season
        • 1 Oct 2015
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        •                   The cruise ship season is upon us, which means the Wellington City i-SITE Visitor Centre might be busier than usual on some days over the coming months.

      • Snapper Internship Program – applications open now!
        • 1 Oct 2015
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        •           Looking for a job while you’re still studying that doesn’t require a hair net? One that kick starts your career before you’ve even left University? An opportunity to do real work and not just “practice”? Snapper are recruiting now for their Snapper Internship Program – and don’t worry, it’s paid! What we can offer: Our internship program provides the opportunity to work on real projects, doing real work, and with flexible hours that will fit in with your timetable and study commitments. You’ll be working collectively as part of a software development team, helping build awesome industry-leading products and undertaking exciting R&D activities. What we’re looking for: We don’t just want good people…we want great people! We’re looking for well-rounded individuals who understand and appreciate all software development, not just coding. Your background could relate to any of the following disciplines: • Business analysis • Requirements gathering • Quality assurance • Coding/development • Testing • User experience • Mobile application design The formal stuff: Applications are open now for internships starting no later than November 2015 and will close when all places have been filled. Internships will be on a part-time basis during term (minimum of 12 hours per week) and full-time (minimum of 40 hours per week) during the holiday periods, with three terms per year. At the end of each term, we’ll evaluate and invite those selected to continue their placement. You must be in your final year of study in 2016 to apply for the program. Get in touch: If you’re interested in jump-starting your career and getting real experience with a company that’s leading the industry on a global scale, get in touch with your CV or for more information at: interns@snapper.co.nz About Snapper: Snapper is New Zealand’s leading contactless payment system, bringing together the latest technology and the best people. Formed in 2006, we’re a company that enjoys operating at the global forefront of innovation in the ticketing, revenue collection, and payment industries. Our technological forays include cloud computing, contactless payments, social media, smartphones, tablets, mobile applications, NFC, and more.

      • Snapper delivers a first for Victoria University
        • 15 Jun 2015
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        •                       While Snapper has recently been lauded for their success overseas, winning the Ticketing Technology of the Year award in London, the company has also been working on a local solution to help students and staff at Victoria University.

      • Uh oh…No more coffee??
        • 27 May 2015
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        • We appreciate many Wellingtonians are proud to be able to use their Snapper to buy the occasional cup of coffee, so this may come as a heavy blow to learn that from 1st June 2015 you will no longer be able to purchase items such as food and beverages with your Snapper.

      • Uh oh…No more coffee??
        • 27 May 2015
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        • We appreciate many Wellingtonians are proud to be able to use their Snapper to buy the occasional cup of coffee, so this may come as a heavy blow to learn that from 1st June 2015 you will no longer be able to purchase items such as food and beverages with your Snapper.

      • Travel Concessions
        • 23 Jan 2015
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        • Travel concessions for College students 16 years old or older expire 28 February A travel concession (discounted fare) is set to expire on a student’s 16th birthday.

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