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From: Ryan Potts

To whom it may concern,

Please explain the process that staff follow when preparing a Skill Match Report for Immigration NZ, including the methodology and criteria applied. I also request the relevant templates, guidelines and instructions as well as the name of the team responsible for undertaking this work.

Thank you for your assistance.

Yours faithfully,

Ryan Potts

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Ministry of Social Development

Tēnā koe Ryan Potts ,

Thank you for your email received 07 July 2020 2020, under the Official Information Act 1982. Your request has been forwarded to the appropriate officials at National Office to respond. You can expect a decision as soon as reasonably practicable, and in any case not later than 20 working days after the day on which the request was received.
 
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Official and Parliamentary Information team   |  Ministerial and Executive Services
Ministry of Social Development

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We help New Zealanders to help themselves to be safe, strong and independent
Ko ta mātou he whakamana tangata kia tū haumaru, kia tū kaha, kia tū motuhake

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Tçnâ koe Ryan Potts

 

Please find attached the Ministry’s response to your Official Information
Act request.

 

Nâ mâtou noa, nâ

 

Official and Parliamentary Information team   |  Ministerial and
Executive Services

Ministry of Social Development

 

Our Purpose:
We help New Zealanders to be safe, strong and independent.
Manaaki Tangata, Manaaki Whânau.

 

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are not the intended recipient, any use, dissemination, distribution or
duplication of this email and attachments is prohibited. If you have
received this email in error please notify the author immediately and
erase all copies of the email and attachments. The Ministry of Social
Development accepts no responsibility for changes made to this message or
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Attachment 20200804 OIA Response POTTS.pdf
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Attachment R WGN JCL Immigration.pdf
159K Download View as HTML


Tçnâ koe Ryan Potts

 

Please find attached the Ministry’s response to your Official Information
Act request.

 

Nâ mâtou noa, nâ

 

Official and Parliamentary Information team   |  Ministerial and
Executive Services

Ministry of Social Development

 

Our Purpose:
We help New Zealanders to be safe, strong and independent.
Manaaki Tangata, Manaaki Whânau.

 

------------------------------- This email and any attachments may contain
information that is confidential and subject to legal privilege. If you
are not the intended recipient, any use, dissemination, distribution or
duplication of this email and attachments is prohibited. If you have
received this email in error please notify the author immediately and
erase all copies of the email and attachments. The Ministry of Social
Development accepts no responsibility for changes made to this message or
attachments after transmission from the Ministry.
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From: Ryan Potts

To whom it may concern,

I write further to Bridget Saunders’ letter of 4 August. Thank you for providing a detailed response.

I would like to request the following additional information:

What is the criteria for determining if someone is ‘trainable’ for the occupation “Dairy Cattle Farm Worker” or similar?

Are you able to tell me the number of New Zealanders who were identified as available for training or employment as Dairy Cattle Farm Workers since 31 March 2020, with a breakdown by region?

Can you also please disclose the total number of applications received via the Work & Income Online Recruitment Tool for Dairy Cattle Farm Worker vacancies since 31 March 2020 with an explanation for those considered unsuitable?

Yours sincerely,

Ryan Potts

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Ministry of Social Development

Tēnā koe Ryan Potts,

Thank you for your email received 5 August 2020, under the Official Information Act 1982. Your request has been forwarded to the appropriate officials at National Office to respond. You can expect a decision as soon as reasonably practicable, and in any case not later than 20 working days after the day on which the request was received.
 
Nā mātou noa, nā

Official and Parliamentary Information team   |  Ministerial and Executive Services
Ministry of Social Development

Our Purpose:
We help New Zealanders to help themselves to be safe, strong and independent
Ko ta mātou he whakamana tangata kia tū haumaru, kia tū kaha, kia tū motuhake

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Ministry of Social Development

Tçnâ koe Ryan Potts

 

On 5 August 2020, you emailed the Ministry of Social Development (the
Ministry) twice requesting, under the Official Information Act 1982 (the
Act), the following information:

 

Request One.

 1. The criteria for determining if someone is ‘trainable’ for the
occupation “Dairy Cattle Farm Worker” or similar?
 2. The number of New Zealanders who were identified as available for
training or employment as Dairy Cattle Farm Workers since 31 March
2020, with a breakdown by region?
 3. The total number of applications received via the Work and Income
Online Recruitment Tool for Dairy Cattle Farm Worker vacancies since
31 March 2020 with an explanation for those considered unsuitable?

 

Request Two.

 4. The number of New Zealanders identified as suitable and/or trainable
for the occupation “Fruit Picker” since 31 March 2020, broken down by
region.
 5. The criteria used to determine if someone is suitable and/or trainable
in this context.
 6. The number of applications received via the Work & Income Online Job
Recruitment Tool for Fruit Picker vacancies in the same period, broken
down by outcome.

 

The Ministry has decided to grant your request in part, however it will
take some more time to prepare this information for release. The Ministry
intends to provide you with this information on or before 10 September
2020.

 

Some information is withheld under section 18(f) of the Official
Information Act, substantial manual collation. The greater public interest
is in the effective and efficient administration of the public service.

 

Please don’t hesitate to be in touch with any questions. We hope to be
able to provide the information you have requested as early as possible.

 

If you are not satisfied with this response, you have the right to seek an
investigation and review by the Ombudsman. Information about how to make a
complaint is available at [1]www.ombudsman.parliament.nz or 0800 802 602.

 

 

Nâ mâtou noa, nâ

 

Official and Parliamentary Information team   |  Ministerial and Executive
Services

Ministry of Social Development

 

Our Purpose:
We help New Zealanders to be safe, strong and independent.
Manaaki Tangata, Manaaki Whânau.

 

 

------------------------------- This email and any attachments may contain
information that is confidential and subject to legal privilege. If you
are not the intended recipient, any use, dissemination, distribution or
duplication of this email and attachments is prohibited. If you have
received this email in error please notify the author immediately and
erase all copies of the email and attachments. The Ministry of Social
Development accepts no responsibility for changes made to this message or
attachments after transmission from the Ministry.
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Attachment 20200903 Response POTTS.pdf
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Tçnâ koe Ryan Potts

 

Please find attached the Ministry’s response to your Official Information
Act request.

 

 

Nâ mâtou noa, nâ

 

Official and Parliamentary Information team   |  Ministerial and Executive
Services

Ministry of Social Development

 

Our Purpose:
We help New Zealanders to be safe, strong and independent.
Manaaki Tangata, Manaaki Whânau.

 

------------------------------- This email and any attachments may contain
information that is confidential and subject to legal privilege. If you
are not the intended recipient, any use, dissemination, distribution or
duplication of this email and attachments is prohibited. If you have
received this email in error please notify the author immediately and
erase all copies of the email and attachments. The Ministry of Social
Development accepts no responsibility for changes made to this message or
attachments after transmission from the Ministry.
-------------------------------

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