Join the IPANZ New Professionals
IPANZ New Professionals is for anyone new to the public service who would like to know more about how it all works.
Most government organisations are IPANZ members – if your organisation is a member, you can come to events for free and sign up for training at a discounted rate.
What We Do
We host events. We want to make it easier for you to form relationships across the public service and to learn from people who are good at what they do.
Meet the Chiefs
At these events, chief executives (CEs) reflect on their careers – often sharing deep insights, helpful tips, and their perspective on what is or will be important. Coffee, breakfast, and the opportunity to quiz a CE – all provided.
At these events, young professionals (who are in the public service or ‘public service adjacent') mix and mingle, form connections and get to know what different workplaces and roles are like. While you may come for the free food, you’ll end up staying for the chat.
Public Sector 101 is an online course designed to provide you with a comprehensive introduction to the public sector in just 8 ½ hours over 6 sessions. We cover a lot of ground, and there are sessions on:
- te tiriti o Waitangi
- parliament, legislation and the constitution,
- ministers, officials and the policy process
- parliament's financial cycle, and
- scrutiny and integrity.
Want to Know More?
- If you want to be kept in the loop about what’s coming up you can follow the IPANZ New Professionals on Facebook, LinkedIn and/or sign up to our mailing list here.
- If you are interested in sponsoring or being part of an event, contact Ana from the New Professionals Leadership Team by emailing us or calling 027 344 3061.
Who's on the IPANZ New Professionals Leadership Team?
There's quite a few of us, hailing from all over the show:
Senior Advisor - Te Tari Taiwhenua - Department of Internal Affairs
Policy and Regulatory Consultant - Allen + Clarke
Graduate Services Advisor - Te Tari Matawaka | Ministry of Ethnic Communities
|Cullum Peni-Wesche (Ngati Raukawa)|
Senior Advisor - Fire and Emergency New Zealand
Consultant - Deloitte
Technology Consultant - Deloitte
Senior Property Consultant - WSP
Senior Advisor - Te Tari Toko i te Tumu Whakawa | The Office of the Chief Justice
Project Accountant - Kainga Ora
Senior Advisor - Statistics New Zealand
Senior Consultant - Allen + Clarke
Senior Consultant - MartinJenkins
Research and Data Analyst - Hikina Whakatutki | Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment
Law Clerk - Russell McVeagh
Solicitor, Public Law & Policy - Russell McVeagh
Policy Advisor - Infrastructure New Zealand
How does a public servant learn political nous, and how should a new professional engage with the political system early in their career? This joint IPANZ/ANZSOG event will help new professionals understand what political nous is, hear from senior public servants on their experiences engaging with the political system, and provide opportunity for new professionals to discuss and share what would help them develop their own skillset.
- Russell McVeagh, Level 24,157 Lambton Quay, Wellington, New Zealand
- Wednesday 22 February
- 17:30 pm - 19:00 pm
- $0.00 Members
- $0.00 Non Members