Our data and expertise underpins New Zealand’s economy and the wellbeing of our communities. It enables government, businesses and communities to make a whole range of decisions that make a powerful difference to people’s lives.

We’re specialists in geographic information – the data that tells people where things are in the world, on land or under the sea. Our property survey and title system, on which all New Zealand land ownership and development is based, is world leading. We’re also experts at managing land and property for New Zealand.

Our challenge is to get more people using more of our data when making vital decisions about New Zealand’s future – whether that’s rebuilding a city, planning for sea level rise or managing our iconic high country.

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Our values and people

Our values are Bold, Expert and Stronger Together. That’s the way we work to bring our BEST to New Zealand’s success.

We need people who are bold, unafraid to learn, try new things and get results. We need people who are passionate about connecting their expertise and knowledge with others. We believe we make more difference when we work with others and support each other.

We welcome people from a range of backgrounds and proudly employ a diverse workforce. We have many social and networking groups committed to inclusivity in the workplace, and believe you should be able to bring your ‘whole self’ to your workplace.

Working for us

Our people join us from many backgrounds. We support and back them to build careers and expertise in a whole range of fields, many of which are unique to Toitū Te Whenua Land Information New Zealand – from geospatial science, hydrography and topography to property law, valuation and surveying; from data analytics to iwi relations, public land management, policy and corporate.

By joining Toitū Te Whenua you’ll be part of an organisation that provides the information that powers New Zealand’s economy, and informs some of the most important decisions we’ll face for the future. 

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