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National Public Health Service – Northern Region

National Public Health Service – Northern Region is New Zealand's largest public health service, working to promote and protect the health and wellbeing of all people in Tāmaki Makaurau – Auckland and Te Tai Tokerau – Northland.

We strive to protect health, prevent disease, reduce inequalities and promote wellbeing for the people and environment of Tāmaki Makaurau and Te Tai Tokerau. This means:

- People are protected from the harm of infectious diseases
- People are kept safe from the impact of environmental hazards
- People live free from harm associated with hazards like tobacco and alcohol
- The places in which we live, learn, work and play promote health and wellbeing.

Through the provision of a wide range of high-quality public health programmes, we deliver services to improve, promote and protect the health of people and communities in the region.

What working at National Public Health Service – Northern Region offers:

  • An opportunity to work across a range of areas within public health.
  • To work with a team that is welcoming and committed, and actively celebrates its diverse culture
  • In addition, Greenlane is bordering Cornwall Park; outdoor activities and staff wellbeing are proactively encouraged.

We employ a range of staff, including senior medical officers, health protection officers, public health nurses, health promoters, business and corporate as well as management positions.