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New vacancy: Learning Designer

We are looking for a dynamic and innovative Learning Designer to create, design, and curate leading-edge course content, delivery methods, assessments, and tools and resources for face to face, blended, and online learning environments.

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Five easy steps to foil the scammers

The most likely victims of investment fraud have been identified by international research. Now the Commission is releasing top tactics and a video to help New Zealanders avoid becoming victims.

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New vacancy: Video Production Manager

We’re big believers in video to deliver our messages and to help bring about behaviour change. We want someone with filming and post production experience with a contemporary creative style to join the team to plan and create video content for the Commission and Sorted’s online channels. It’s an end-to-end role … planning, filming, interviewing, scripting, editing and motion graphic design as well as contributing to the wider team’s creative strategies. You’ll get to take on a wide variety of projects.

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New vacancy: Media Manager

We are looking for a Media Manager with proven experience building trust and influential relationships, someone who can proactively identify reputation opportunities & risks, enjoys the challenge of profile building and making complex, technical matters accessible and interesting.

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Confusion reigns on member tax credits

New research has uncovered confusion and misunderstanding that prevents hundreds of thousands of Kiwis from getting the best out of their KiwiSaver and improving their long-term financial wellbeing.

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Village residents seek constructive solutions

29-08-2017 Retirement Villages

Close to 35 residents of Waikato retirement villages met with the Commission to discuss industry issues.

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On the shoulders of others

15-08-2017 Money Week

A group of well-known New Zealanders have joined together in a video series aimed at getting people thinking about debt.

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