We are excited you are considering joining our team as your next career move. You can find all our current opportunities here – please note we only accept online applications. If you cannot find your desired MIT role and would like to be notified of roles in the future, please register with us to receive email notifications of jobs that fit your profile as they come up.
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Apply for a specific role – submit your CV and cover letter, you will receive an email acknowledgement after.
We aim to shortlist and come back to you within 2 - 3 weeks after the advert close-off date.
You will be invited for an interview with one or more people on the panel. You will be provided information on what to expect beforehand.
In case of additional steps - second interview, meet & greet, skills and/or psychometric testing, you will be given clear guidance on what is expected.
We'll contact you about reference checking and other background checks if needed (Qualification check, Police vetting, MOJ, medical checks).
This is the exciting part – congratulations! You will start your journey with MIT working with great people, helping to make a difference.
You will be welcomed to our whānau through pōwhiri and induction. During your journey with MIT, you can develop and grow your career.
- Review the job description, learn about who we are, and consider what questions you have for us.
- Come prepared – tell us why you are a good fit for the role and MIT, assess whether this role and MIT meet your aspirations.
- Highlight your strengths, provide examples of your skills and experience relevant to the role.
- Try to relax, share your personality, and don’t forget to talk about your strengths.
- Take your time answering questions, if unclear, ask the interviewer which skill or experience they want to learn more about.
- Please remember to bring your ID and completed forms.
We welcome you to bring your whānau (including kaumatua), or other support people (someone who you feel secure with and who knows you well) to support you by attending the interview with you. You and your whānau are assured that you will be treated in a manner which is inclusive, safe and respectful of your cultural values.
- Whānau support can provide valuable insight into your skills and experiences as they are not afraid to talk about your achievements, which you might have difficulty doing.
- You will have the best possible opportunity to display your competence, skills and experience with support from your whānau.
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Reach out to our Talent Team who can give you more clarity around the role you are considering, and what to expect from your career at MIT. Please be aware that all MIT applications must be submitted through the online apply now process. Click the button below if you are ready to apply.
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