Current Roles

Ensuring that an organisation has access to the best person possible for the job is the central philosophy behind Luminary's executive search practice. Sourcing a wide and deep talent pool through our domestic and off shore teams and then being able to identify what it is that makes them the leaders in their field and best placed to succeed, is key to our success.

If you are interested in any of our current roles, or wish to discuss your next career move feel free to make contact.

Group Executive Chef
Outstanding opportunity in Auckland to join a market leading innovator in the hospitality sector on a growth path
Executive Director, Student Success & Employability
International institute with extraordinary growth seeking someone to strategically lead and manage student services and learner employability.
Executive Director - Academic
Seeking an innovative Academic thought leader to achieve their mission in developing graduate capabilities for a global workforce.

"Independence of contribution was maintained. You ensured that we had thought of all aspects we needed to and you disagreed you would say so. A very important feature as the employer can get captured by certain attributes of a candidate, with the risk of losing perspective."
The Chair, New Zealand Private Company

Luminary Search is a global executive search

and selection practice specialising in delivering business critical executive and boardroom appointments across a broad range of industry sectors and geographies. Central to Luminary's philosophy is a commitment to delivery of the best possible outcome.

and selection practice specialising in delivering business critical executive and boardroom appointments across a broad range of industry sectors and geographies. Central to Luminary's philosophy is a commitment to delivery of the best possible outcome.

"Independence of contribution was maintained. You ensured that we had thought of all aspects we needed to and you disagreed you would say so. A very important feature as the employer can get captured by certain attributes of a candidate, with the risk of losing perspective."

The Chair, New Zealand Private Company