We welcome and celebrate the richness diversity brings to the workplace and our mahi. People are the key to the success of the Public Service, and we make every effort to better reflect the communities we serve, welcoming people into the Public Service who bring different experiences, capabilities and knowledge.
Tūtaki mahi ki ngā kaimahi tūmatanui mai i ngā whakahaere rerekēMeet public servants from different organisations
Te mana ārai o Aotearoa | New Zealand Customs Service
Customs staff share what they enjoy about their work.
Manatū Kaupapa Waonga | Ministry of Defence
Meet staff in a variety of roles at the Ministry of Defence.
Te Tari Taiwhenua | Internal Affairs
Staff at Internal Affairs share what they do in their roles.
Tāhū o te Ture | Ministry of Justice
Meet Ministry of Justice staff and learn what they like about their roles.
Toitū te Whenua | Land Information New Zealand (LINZ)
LINZ offers a wide range of roles — meet some of their staff.
Te Manatū Waka | Ministry of Transport
Learn about some of the Ministry of Transport staff, their roles and what drives them.
Te Hāpai Hapori Spirit of Service awards
Spirit of Service is about public servants opening their hearts and minds to the needs of others, having an attitude of humility and being motivated by something bigger than ourselves.
Meet some of our current and previous award winners.
Te Puna Huihuinga KaimahiEmployee Led Networks
Employee-led networks are voluntary groups of like-minded people from public sector agencies around New Zealand that come together with common interests. They help employees connect, share ideas and support each other in reaching their potential.
With a range of objectives, the networks help to foster communities and a culture of inclusion, acceptance and mutual respect. Networks play an important part in bringing New Zealand’s public sector workforce together.
Te kanorau me te whakawhāiti mai i roto i te Ratonga TūmatanuiDiversity and inclusion in the Public Service
Diversity and inclusion are essential parts of the Public Service. We respect and value who we work with and serve, and collect and report on diversity and inclusion data to ensure we meet our commitments.
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Te Kawa Mataaho Public Service Commission leads the public sector in the service of our nation, ensuring organisations perform strongly and with high levels of integrity.
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