Careers Ngā Turanga Mahi


As well as supporting the members in their decision-making and governance functions, the BSA staff carry out the various other functions of the BSA, such as research, communications and engagement with broadcasters, the public and stakeholders.

To find out more, see our "What we do" section.

Statement on Kia Toipoto

Public Service Pay Gaps Action Plan 2021-24

The BSA is committed to being an inclusive workplace: we know we do our best when our team reflects the diverse communities we serve. We support flexible and hybrid working, and follow Public Service Commission guidance on creating fairer workplaces for all.

The BSA is committed to meeting the requirements of Kia Toipoto, the Public Service Pay Gaps Action Plan 2021-24. Kia Toipoto encompasses a comprehensive set of actions to help close gender, Māori, Pacific, ethnic, and other pay gaps in the Public Service.

Our small size (currently nine employees in total) means we do not meet the threshold to produce meaningful gender or ethnic pay gap statistics. Changes in our staffing - even small changes - can impact significantly on our pay gap statistics and make our figures volatile. However, we are committed to undertaking the actions set out in our action plans to attract and retain candidates with diverse gender and ethnic representation. 

Our yearly action plans are available to view below:

Kia Toipoto Action Plan – April 2024

Kia Toipoto Action Plan – April 2023

Current Vacancies

There are currently no vacancies.