When you work for the College, you work for the health of New Zealanders by growing and supporting our GP workforce.

Be a health hero

The College represents 90 percent of New Zealand’s GPs who provide first point healthcare to patients for a lifetime. For us at the College, nothing is more satisfying than making this possible.

As long as New Zealanders need health, they will need GPs and invariably the College. With our 50th anniversary around the corner, the College will continue to provide learning and education for our members and information on evidence based treatments. Find out more about the College.

Forty two percent of our staff had never worked in the health sector before working here. Coming from a background outside the medical sector helps provide a fresh perspective on things. Understanding the world of healthcare can be a highly rewarding and interesting endeavour.

Our senior management team looks after each of the five teams in the College: membership, learning, corporate, quality and the Tūmuaki Māori.

Current vacancies

Pou Whirinaki (Māori Cultural, Clinical and Pastoral Support)

Advisor - Quality and Practice Assessment

Perks of the job

New office

At the end of 2015, the College moved into a new office in Customhouse Quay right in the heart of Wellington’s CBD. Situated on the fourth floor and facing Wellington’s famous waterfront, light fills the white rooms like a breath of fresh air. The new office was designed from scratch, putting an emphasis on the open plan layout and collaborative nooks are dotted around to promote teamwork. 





Wellness

As a health care College, we want to lead by example by fostering a healthy lifestyle. Go to the kitchen and find fresh fruit and choose from fifteen varieties of tea and fresh ground coffee for that morning fix. Have your entry cost reimbursed by the College if you choose to take part in the famous ‘Round the Bays’ run and train with colleagues every Tuesday and Thursday. Flexible work will help you find your Zen and our complimentary wellness card can be used on anything from gym memberships to yoga or even massages.




Whānau


Whether it’s kittens in the meeting room, quizzes in the breakout area or Friday afternoon food and drinks to end the week, our diverse team is pretty chilled out, and that’s the way we like it. The fiercest competition only occurs when cake is announced in the kitchen area.

 

 





Professional growth

Having a healthy career isn’t just about having a good job; it’s about progression. We encourage everyone to think about their career, whether it’s about enriching their skills base in their current role, planning for the next role, or longer term.






Coolest little capital

Being so close to Wellington’s city centre gives you the perfect opportunity to enjoy what Lonely Planet calls the ‘coolest little Capital’. Wellington is known for being a bit windy at times and also for making great coffee. There are many festivals to get your teeth into including art, music and even beer. And with the College being one block from the middle of Lambton Quay, all of Welly’s culture is literally on your doorstep.