The aged residential support sector will continue to face increased demand in the coming years. Already employing over 33,000 people, the aging New Zealand population will see workforce demand increase between 50 and 75 percent over the next 15 years.Find out more
The health and wellbeing sectors are growing and changing rapidly. And, the demand for skilled, competent workers is expected to rise significantly in the coming decades.
We work with people who want a rewarding career in one of the many sectors we support. The range and diversity of jobs is large. Maybe you want to work with youth, the disable or aged, be a social worker or a physiotherapist?
Whatever you choose, as long as you are working or volunteering in a health and wellbeing role, you can enter into workplace training or a New Zealand Apprenticeship with us.
Through relevant and practical on-the-job training, we will help you to achieve a recognised New Zealand qualification, all while you are establishing yourself in a rewarding career.
The development of a person-centred and skilled workforce will have a positive impact on the health and wellbeing of every New Zealander. Do you want to help?
- Aged support
- Disability support
- Healthcare services
- Home and residential services
- Mental health and addiction support
- Social and community services
- Urban pest management
- Youth work
Cleaners play a key role in keeping our communities healthy and preventing wide spread infection spread events like the recent gastro outbreaks in Havelock North.Find out more
One in five people in New Zealand reports having a long-term impairment. The range of severity of the impairment and the person’s background and beliefs means that those accessing disability support services have a diverse range of needs.Find out more
Health and wellbeing is important no matter what age you are! Diversional therapists help people of all ages stay active.Find out more
Want to provide support and care to those who need it? You can build a career in this sector too.Find out more
Healthcare services in New Zealand are delivered by a complex network of organisations and people across the primary, secondary and allied health sectors. Find out where you can fit in.Find out more
Home and community support organisations and workers support people to live in their own homes. These workers provide a range of support from household management to personal cares.Find out more
Mental health and addiction support workers engage with some of Aotearoa’s most in need people. It’s important we ensure that our current and upcoming mental health and addiction support workforce is skilled, qualified and providing quality support.Find out more
The social services sector works with some of Aotearoa’s most vulnerable and disadvantaged people providing support and advocacy for them.Find out more
Like youth work, social service work is an important community role. There are genuine career opportunities for young people in this sector.Find out more
As our population ages the roles support workers play in the community become important for people to maintain independence.Find out more
Helping our young people to see and hear well! Vision and hearing technicians screen for hearing and sight problems.Find out more
Youth workers work with people aged 12 to 24, and their families. They provide services that help young people build relationships and connect with their community. Youth workers are in demand and there are genuine opportunities for young people to enter this sector.Find out more