CENSUS COLLECTORS - 2023 CENSUS
These are jobs that really count. Be part of a programme that delivers real value to local communities by ensuring everyone takes part, is counted and is represented in the data collected in the next census.
We have thousands of temporary assignments available across Aotearoa New Zealand starting from January to March/April 2023 role dependent.
We know that people are more than just numbers, but we need to count everyone to make sure that everyone participates in this important national event. Can we count on you to make a difference for census and for your community?
In return you will receive great pay rates + upon full completion of assignment and return of your assignment equipment you will be paid a completion payment equivalent to ten percent (10%) of paid hours worked + you will receive allowances + paid training + KiwiSaver employer contributions paid to all those opting in including 65+ years.
Mō te mahi| The work
Be part of telling the story of life in Aotearoa New Zealand and apply to be a Census Collector!
The census is the only survey in Aotearoa New Zealand that covers the whole population. It provides the most complete picture of life in our cities, towns, suburbs, and rural areas. The data collected helps the government plan services including hospitals, kōhanga reo, schools, roads, and public transport
Mō te tūnga | The role
As a Census Collector, you will support the delivery of a successful 2023 Census operation by undertaking census field work in your assigned area. You will represent Stats NZ on the doorstep which will involve interacting, engaging, listening to and understanding people from a diverse range of cultures, age groups and socio-economic backgrounds.
You will report directly to a local Team Leader and through face-to-face interaction, you will help people in your community by:
This is even more important for Māori, Pacific and migrant communities, who have historically had lower rates of response and, as a result, have not featured clearly in the data New Zealand uses to fund things like hospitals and healthcare, schools, and housing. Helping your community to understand this link is crucial and a key part of the role you will hold within the operation.
Mōu | About you
We want to hear from you if:
Mō mātou |About Us
Stats NZ is partnering with PERSOLKELLY and Mana Recruitment to recruit the best candidates for their Census Operations teams.
At PERSOLKELLY and Mana Recruitment, the values of tika, pono and aroha (integrity, respect and compassion) are at the heart of everything we do and are the cornerstone from which everything else flows.
Nau mai, uru mai!