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Work Broker, Canterbury

Ministry of Social Development
Job Category:
Community Services
Canterbury - Christchurch
Job Type:
Ongoing - Full Time
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Job Description

Work Broker – Canterbury

Permanent, Full Time


As a Work Broker you'll engage with employers to provide a professional service to link Work and Income job seekers with suitable job opportunities.  You will use influence and networks to seek out current and future employment opportunities from employers across a range of industry sectors.  You sell job seekers to employers and build long term professional relationships that go from strength to strength.  You'll work alongside Case Managers and other service centre colleagues to ensure sustainable employment outcomes are achieved.

You enjoy sales and hunting down opportunities.  Results-driven, you readily build strong relationships with diverse groups of people.

A fast-paced, pressured environment is where you thrive and you enjoy using your tenacity and initiative to find solutions and achieve goals.  A full clean driver's licence and the ability to travel around the Canterbury region as required are essential.


We offer you:
  • Training and support
  • Regular coaching and career development opportunities
  • Salary range $46,688 to $64,196 per annum (in line with skills, experience and performance).


How to apply:

Please take some time to read and understand the position description before applying.

External applicants:  Please click the apply now link to submit your application.

Current MSD employees: Please apply from a work computer, using your work myHR login.

All applicants - make sure to include your CV and cover letter that outlines your experience and motivation for the role.  Also, you need to answer the following question:


  • How would you hunt down and secure employment opportunities for our clients in Canterbury? (Max. 5000 characters)


Applications close:  Sunday 22nd September 2019 at 11:59pm


 Any queries about the role, please contact Simon Scott at    

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