The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment is seeking expressions of interest from regional leaders passionate about improving employment outcomes in their rohe.

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This is a great opportunity for leaders in the community, education, health and social services sectors to help create transformational change in the labour market.
Regional Skills Leadership Groups around the country have openings for new members and co-chairs. The 15 RSLGs are independent advisory groups focused on identifying and supporting better ways of meeting future regional skills and workforce needs across Aotearoa.
Members are drawn from the demand side of the labour market (industry) and supply side (worker/union/community) with others from local government or regional economic development agency backgrounds and iwi/hapū/Māori.
RSLG members are leading, shaping and influencing the changes needed to transform our regional labour markets. This work builds on the inaugural Regional Workforce Plans the RSLGs released last year.
Applications close on 15 March and more information is available on the MBIE website:
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