You can use some of the sites below to put yourself forward for paid work, and help play a part in Aotearoa’s COVID-19 response. Some of these job sites are available for people of all experience levels, not just those with health-related qualifications. All of these services operate New Zealand-wide:

Name Service Description
Hands Up Database Candidate List A free service run by the Ministry of Health. You can register your availability for both clinical and non-clinical roles, and your details will be added to the database. Potential employers can search your details and match you to a paid role based on your skill set and availability.
Kiwi Health Jobs Job site

Kiwi Health Jobs is NZ’s number one careers portal that advertises a broad range of non-clinical and clinical vacancies from across New Zealand.

The site is owned by the 20 District Health Boards (DHBs) and New Zealand Blood Service (NZBS) to provide a one-stop-shop for job-seekers wanting to find their next opportunity in the health sector.

MSD Job Connect – Find a Job Recruiter

A free service run by Work and Income where you can register to help find paid work.

There are lots of permanent and temporary jobs available now. Some with hours that need to be covered because people are isolating because of COVID.

You can search for jobs on their website or call Work and Income’s Job Connect on 0800 752 102 to talk to them about the type of work you’re looking for.

Jobs During COVID Job site

A free service hosted by Work and Income where you can search open job listings from employers looking for help as part of the COVID-19 response, and register your details in their database.

You can apply for a listed role or an employer may contact you if you match a vacancy they have.

Student Job Search Job site

Student Job Search (SJS) is New Zealand's champion of student employment.

A not-for-profit, student and graduate job seekers can join SJS for free to get access to hundreds of part-time and full-time jobs.

SJS’s jobs span all industries and professions, and students can continue to use SJS for up to two years after they graduate. Just create an account to find your next opportunity.

e-mploy Job site A free service where you can register your details to be added to their job seeker database to be matched with potential employers if the right opportunity arises. This site is primarily for aged care, home care, and disability support roles.
Mycare Job site A homecare platform to advertise your contract support services to local people seeking support at home and in their community. Mycare connects you to the job opportunities in your local community and provides a range of tools to help you manage your work with your clients.