Accessibility Statement for Kimi Mahi Mai - Find a Job

This accessibility statement is for the website at

‘Accessibility’ means designing things that disabled people can perceive, use, and understand.

How we support accessibility

We support accessibility by:

Accessibility Charter

MSD is a signatory to the Accessibility Charter. The Accessibility Charter is a commitment to providing accessible information to the public. As part of this commitment, we developed a 5-year programme of work. We have a dedicated team to carry out this work.

Alternate formats

Contact us at if you need information in alternate formats, such as:

  • Easy Read

  • New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL)

  • Braille

  • audio

  • large print

  • plain text.

In your message, include:

  • the web address (URL) of the information you need

  • the format you need — for example, Braille.


Contact us at if you find accessibility issues on this website. We aim to respond to feedback within 3 business days.

Formal accessibility complaints

To make a formal complaint, follow the complaints information on the MSD website.

If you make a complaint and you're not satisfied with the response, you can learn about your options from:

Conformance status

The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) defines requirements for web accessibility. This website aims to conform to WCAG 2.1 Level AA. We are progressively working to become fully conformant to WCAG 2.1 Level AA.

Accessibility checks against the New Zealand Government Web Standards were done during the development of this website. An Accessibility Audit will be completed post-website launch and the results of that Audit will be provided on this page.

Content that is not accessible

There are no known accessibility issues on the website. Contact us at if you need any of the following information in an alternate format.

Compatibility with browsers and assistive technologies

This website should work with common browsers and assistive technologies, such as:

  • Edge and Chrome with JAWS on Windows

  • Edge and Chrome with NVDA on Windows

  • Edge and Chrome with keyboard-only input on Windows.

Assessment approach

This website’s accessibility was last checked by MSD in January 2023 by:

  • evaluating selected pages against WCAG 2.1 Level AA

  • testing selected pages with assistive technologies.

Approver of this statement

Digital Accessibility Team
Ministry of Social Development
Te Manatū Whakahiato Ora

Last statement review date

10 February 2023