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Health, wellness and our culture

We value our people and our culture. We offer a supportive work environment and encourage a positive work/life balance through fully flexible working arrangements.

The Treasury offers a range of personal health and wellbeing support, including vision care, health checks, flu injections, health insurance assistance, childcare allowance, employee assistance programme (EAP) and a wellbeing assistance contribution. You will also have the opportunity to be involved in any of our social clubs, sports teams, and volunteering opportunities.

Graduate recruitment - annual leave
Graduate Recruitment - Rainbow Network
All permanent Treasury employees can enjoy 5 weeks annual leave each year
The Treasury Rainbow Network is built on trust, kindness, good-faith and community. We welcome anyone who is part of our community and wants to interact in good-faith, including parents of rainbow rangatahi and allies
 
Graduate Recruitment - Sustainable Group
Graduate Recruitment - Women's Network
The Treasury’s Sustainability Group is a group of like-minded individuals who are focused on developing awareness and promoting sustainability within the organisation
The Treasury Women’s Network shapes the future of women at the Treasury by providing opportunities for development, fostering valuable connections, and facilitating member success through career growth
 
All permanent employees are encouraged to spend 1 day volunteering each year. Teams often do this together
Get involved with one of our 19 sports, wellness or networking groups
 
 
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We welcomed around 132 new starters in 2020 with Pōwhiris in our very own Wharenui – Ngā Mokopuna a Tānē
Hundreds of employees have completed our formal Te Reo and Tikanga training in recent years – both in person and online
 
 
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In 2020 there was 1 lunchtime yoga session every week
During the 18-month programme, 2 performance and remuneration reviews occur for graduates
 
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100% of Treasury Staff can have flexible working arrangements
Develop and grow your skills with access to over 25 courses during the 18-month programme
 
Join the waiata group Te Puna Wai, in welcoming Ministers and dignitaries from all around the world
Ko Ngā Mokopuna a Tāne te manawa o Te Tai Ōhanga – Our wharenui is the heart of the Treasury
Last updated: 
Friday, 4 March 2022