Our Specialist Teams
Public Sector Specialist
The OCG Public Sector recruitment team was created in recognition of the need for a specialist recruitment understanding of the Public Sector and specialist Government organisations throughout New Zealand. The team has the capability to source and expertly select specialist permanent and contract professionals at all levels, across the Public Sector.
Broad mid level communications role....
Established desk with existing contractor book and client base
A key account management role applying your commercial skills to enhance a technical product within the utilities sector.
Role that brings variety, customer contact, autonomy, great team work and career growth.....apply today!
Use your planning, analysis, risk awareness & stakeholder engagement skills in a public sector agency operating nationally in a complex setting
^ Enterprise Risk Management ^ Risk Systems ^ Business Continuity and Contingency ^ Project Risk
The first-ever New Zealand survey about changes to the flexibility provisions in employment law highlights the growing risks for employers who are either unaware of their obligations, or are reluctant to comply with the new requirements.
The study, undertaken by recruitment firm OCG Consulting and Diversitas, an Auckland-based diversity consultancy, found that 68% of people would consider leaving their current role if offered a comparable job but with greater flexibility.
The study, undertaken by recruitment firm OCG Consulting and Diversitas, an Auckland-based diversity consultancy, found that 68% of people would consider leaving their current role if offered a comparable job but with greater flexibility. To receive a copy of the OCG Flexible Workforce design research report contact your OCG Recruitment Consultant
This latest OCG white paper explores emerging trends in managing talent based on the feedback of more than 500 employers and employees across Australia and New Zealand, and provides practical recommendations on effective talent management in an environment increasingly characterised by change.
In a landscape of population growth, ethnic diversity, technological advance and state sector reform, the pressure on central Government to meet the needs of an increasingly complex New Zealand is greater than ever.