about bulls-eye - helping students find degree, career and job options

bulls-eye is an online tool that helps secondary school students identify their career options. 

Focusing on occupations that are available in the New Zealand employment market, bulls-eye matches student interests and aptitude with potential careers and provides information about different industries, job sectors and learning pathways. 

The bulls-eye experience starts with two questionnaires. The first of these, focus on me, builds a profile of an individual’s interests, aptitudes, skills and personality. The second questionnaire, focus on my future, creates a picture of an individual’s vocational aptitudes and the kind of career they might be interested in.

The results of these questionnaires along with career matches are then provided for review and investigation. bulls-eye members can also update their profile and goals over time.

Kate McBeath, bulls-eye

Kate MacBeathKate holds a Bachelors degree in Psychology and a Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management from the University of Auckland. She has over 13 years corporate experience encompassing HR consulting, HR management and organisational development roles in a number of large national and international businesses (across the professional services, pharmaceutical, energy, and FMCG sectors). She is accredited in the use of a range of psychometric tools, and has undertaken professional development in a variety of specialist HR disciplines, including career management and coaching. Since 2008 Kate has combined corporate work with career coaching - providing support to a broad range of professionals. She has been involved in designing and implementing career management programmes within a number of New Zealand businesses.