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Ma tau rourou, ma taku rourou, ka ora te iwi (with your contribution and my contribution the people will prosper)
- Are you looking for a gateway into a Health, Safety and Wellbeing Career?
- Do you want to find out what it’s like to work in the public sector?
- Are you passionate about supporting mental and physical health of all Aotearoa?
Health, Safety and Wellbeing affect everyone in New Zealand. If you are passionate about people and looking to gain real life paid work experience in the health, safety, and wellbeing area. Then this summer internship could be the gateway you are looking for!
Join our award-winning Summer Internship programme and get to be placed within one of our fourteen government agencies offering placements. See first-hand what it is like to work in a health, safety, and wellbeing team in the public sector. Our programme offers students the opportunity to gain valuable work experience and exposure to the exciting field of health, safety, and wellbeing during their placement.
About the programme If successful you will be placed in a health, safety, and wellbeing team where you will gain valuable business experience and be responsible for delivering your own project work and contribute to the team’s overall work programme.
- The summer intern programme runs from 21 November 2022 to the 17 February 2023.
- We have 14 agency placements on offer; eleven based in central Wellington and three based in Auckland (See our programme guide for more information)
- Employed on a fixed term contract by one of our agencies
- Working full time (40 hours a week Monday to Friday), for up to 14-weeks.
Who are we looking for? – Ko te tangata mo tēnei tūranga?
We don’t expect our interns to have any prior health and safety knowledge or experience but relevant study and an interest in this field is a plus. Interns must be:
- Genuinely interested in starting a career in Health, Safety and Wellbeing Profession.
- Having great work ethic and communication skills.
- Studying in New Zealand for a diploma or undergraduate degree in health science, health and safety, global health, psychology, or human resources.
- Moving into your fourth year or finishing of your final of undergraduate study. We want to have students who have studied or completed one more paper in health, health science, occupational health and safety, human resources, psychology, or a related area of study.
- Available to work full time for the duration of your placement from 21 November to 17 February 2023 (excluding the Christmas/new year holidays)
- Eligible to live, study and work in New Zealand
Things to consider – Ngā āhuatanga hei whakaaroaro: Our selection process has been designed to help identify the key attributes and skills, agencies are looking to be a successful health, safety and wellbeing intern for this programme and be a part of their team. To apply for our intern programme, we ask all our intern candidates to:
- Visit the MPI Careers portal and create your account profile
- Complete your application form, upload your CV, cover letter to tell us what your three preferred agencies are (from reading our recruitment guide) and your Academic transcript
- Complete a self-taped video interview and attend an assessment centre to interview with our agencies
- Complete pre-employment checks such as references and vetting checks (if required by your agency)
Please check our 2022/23 Summer Intern FAQ and Intern Recruitment Guide for more information.
If you require any help or assistance with submitting your application or during any part of the selection process, please contact us so we can accommodate your needs as much as possible.
Applications close midnight 14 August 2022, so don’t delay, apply today!
- Nancy Nguyen, Talent Acquisition Adviser – Nancy.Nguyen@mpi.govt.nz
- Debbie Bridge, Senior Advisor Workforce Development – GHSL@mpi.govt.nz or Phone 0800 HS Lead
The Ministry for Primary Industries is committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values inclusion and diversity. Your unique talents and experience will help us deliver exceptional services to our communities in Aotearoa. In return you’ll enjoy an inclusive and flexible working environment in a diverse team of people while you’re growing your career here in NZ and internationally. We actively encourage applications from all backgrounds. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to tell us when you apply so that we can assist you through the recruitment process.