Full time hours / week) contract
Permanent and Fixed Term / Secondment roles to June 2022
About the Job
The Wellington region is looking for a number of new Work Brokers. These are effectively roles which promote our employment services and candidate base by establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with business and community organisations, listing vacancies our Job Seeker client base can fill and promoting these candidates to employers.
We have a number of both permanent and fixed term positions available and we are looking for energy, enthusiasm and a commitment to inspire and empower our clients (candidates) by supporting them into meaningful employment.
Helping people, whānau, families and communities is at the centre of what we do. The Ministry of Social Development works to contribute positively to the wellbeing of people today and into the future.
From the services we deliver to the policy advice we provide, we strive to keep improving so we can help each generation of New Zealanders build the capabilities they need to contribute positively to society.
The number of New Zealanders needing our support due to Covid-19 has increased and as a Work Broker you will be in a position to promote our Job Seekers into employment and to identify and develop new employment opportunities in the Wellington region’s labour market.
You will need to be sales driven to succeed in this role and you will be a person who can champion our Job Seekers by recognising and promoting their skills to employers.
You’ll enjoy hunting down new opportunities and growing existing relationships and you will have a curiosity about the market which helps you build insight for yourself and the wider regional team and which allows you to identify trends and opportunities.
If you’re a competitive person who likes goals and thrives under pressure, you’ll enjoy the ability to use your initiative and find innovative solutions in this role.
To succeed in this position, you will need to :
If you are looking for a job which contributes positively within the community but also allows you to build skills and a longer-term career, consider a change and think about becoming a Work Broker for MSD.