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Welcome to Sidekicker’s onboarding page! Please read through this information before booking in your session
To book, click on the image below:
Dress Code:
  • Hospitality: White or black long sleeved business shirt, blank pants / trousers and black leather shoes (no chucks, trainers or ballet flats). If you want to work at stadium events and concerts, you will need to wear this attire.
  • Warehousing Candidates: Steel Cap Boots, High Vis Vest. 
  • Other candidates: Smart business casual (no t-shirts, singlets, jeans, sleeveless tops, chucks or Nikes).
What to bring:
  • Laptop
  • If you are not a New Zealand citizen, your visa documents
  • Relevant certificates such as Duty Manager's Certificate, LCQ and any other certificates you have

If you do not follow the instructions above, you will not be able to attend your onboarding.


What does the onboarding involve?

  • We will take a professional profile picture for your Sidekicker profile
  • A one on one interview where we go into more details about your previous experience
  • An induction on how Sidekicker works and what is expected of you
  • Completing your profile


It is vital that you are on time as this is a reflection of your ability to turn up to a job before the start time. Please arrive 10 minutes before your scheduled onboarding. You will not be able to attend if you are late. 
To save time, please complete your profile beforehand. See here for tips. 

Contact US


If you have any enquiries on becoming a Sidekick please contact or call 0800 003 998.


Before attending your interview, please complete your Sidekicker profile!
The better your profile is, the more likely you’ll be selected for the jobs you want. That’s because your Sidekicker profile is the number one tool that companies use when selecting the right Sidekick for the job.
Here are our tips and tricks to help you show off your experience, skills and key strengths on your profile.




1. Biography section
  • Introduce yourself with a friendly greeting
  • Talk about what you are currently doing (study, work, travel etc.)
  • Outline your work experience (industries, roles and skills gained)
  • Finish with your key strengths and why you would be a great Sidekick
2. What you do when you're not Sidekicking
  • Talk about some of your interests, hobbies and what you do for fun
Biography example:


3. Work categories
  • Complete 'Why you're great for these jobs'
    (strengths, experience and why you would enjoy work in this category)
  • Add your experience (employer, role, time frame and description

Work category example:





Complete all tabs:

  • Account Details
  • Employment Details
  • Documentation (Duty Managers Certificate and any other certificates or documentation)
  • Bank Details





When you apply for a Sidekicker job, it is really important to always write an application statement to highlight your skills and why you should be picked. When there's a large number of Sidekicks applying for the same job, results show that the Sidekicks who gets chosen are the ones with brilliant profiles and a well written application statement.


Application example:



Health and Safety Obligations


What are the new health and safety laws?
In short, the new health and safety laws aim to create a safer workplace and places obligations on the following people:

  • Clients - to ensure a safe workplace
  • Sidekicker - to educate Sidekicks about being safe on jobs
  • You (Sidekicks) - to ensure you are being safe when on jobs

Please see the WorkSafe website for more information or call WorkSafe on 0800 030 040.

How do the new laws affect me when I am out on a Sidekicker job?

The new laws requires you to ensure that each job you work through Sidekicker is at a safe and healthy worksite. Some of the things you may need to do are:

  • Follow all safety requirements set by the client, including using safety gear and protective clothing
  • Report any unsafe premises, practices, gear or inadequate safety information to the client
  • Refuse any work you think could cause serious harm beyond an already accepted risk-level

Please see the WorkSafe Fact Sheet for more information on your obligations.






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