Public administration jobs and careers

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Learn about public administration jobs and different kinds of non-profit and public service work. Read about the different career paths you can take in public administration. Kimihia atu te mea whakangungu e hiahia ana koe me te wahi ki te tīmata i tō rapu mahi.

Learn about public administration jobs and different kinds of non-profit and public service work. Read about the different career paths you can take in public administration. Find out what training you need and where to start your job search.

public administration jobs

public administration jobs

mahi whakahaere Public he mahi e mahi i te iwi whānui. In many of these jobs, Ka e mahi koe mo te kāwanatanga - tenei i taea e kia rohe, kāwanatanga, ranei hānga (motu) kāwanatanga. taea ranei e koe te mahi mo te whakahaere pai-kore. Tenei i taea e tetahi i te āwhina iwi kitea whare ki te kohi pūtea mō te aroha.

Public administration jobs are jobs that serve the public. In many of these jobs, you will be working for the government – this could be local, state, or federal (national) government. Or you could work for a non-profit organization. This could be anything from helping people find housing to fundraising for a charity.

Public administration jobs and the services they provide often deal with solving problems. Rapanga he wāhanga o te ora, a reira te mea tonu he tono mō te iwi nei e pai ki te rutu i enei raruraru. Ki te rite koe tamataraa, Ko te mara whakaongaonga ki te tiki ki tenei. He mahi i roto i te kāwanatanga me te whakahaere tūmatanui ko te wahi i reira ka taea e koe te āwhina iwi me koutou hapori.

Public administration jobs and the services they provide often deal with solving problems. Problems are part of life, and there is always a demand for people who are willing to tackle these problems. If you like challenges, this is an exciting field to get into. A job in government and public administration is a place where you can help people and your community.

Which public administration job?

Which public administration job?

Ka taea e mahi whakahaere Public whai maha ara rerekē:

Public administration jobs can follow many different paths:

  • kaiwhakahaere Mātauranga – education is a big part of government services. Ngaio i roto i tenei rohe o te whakahaere kura, me kareti.
  • kaiwhakahaere Executive - he kaiwhakahaere o te whakahaere pai-kore kaiwhakamana mo te whakahaere, whakaara ake moni, mau hui ka tuku mahi ki te kaimahi. ako how to be a nonprofit executive director.
  • mātanga whakahaere Public - kaiāwhina tohutohu ngā pokapū kāwanatanga me-hua kore i runga i ngā take pērā i te hanga kaupapa here, whakatutuki pūtea, a me pehea ki te whakarite pai.
  • Koromatua – mayors speak up for their cities and communities, mahi ki te kaunihera pa, ka hanga mahere ki te whakaoti rapanga hapori. rangatira e pōtitia Tavana.
  • kaiāwhina hōtaka - a program assistant helps organize programs and support the programs director – a good stepping stone to other non-profit jobs. ako how to be a program assistant.
  • kaiwhakahaere Case – a case manager helps people with their particular situations, pērā i pūtea, ture, hauora, mahi, take whare ranei. He pūkenga reorua i roto i te tono, na e waiho hei mahi pai mō ngā rerenga me manene tenei.
  • kaitātari hōtaka – program analysts improve programs by evaluating and analyzing them, te kimi huarahi ki te hanga a ratou whai hua atu. He tino tohungatanga rite maha hōtaka i roto i te kāwanatanga, me te-hua kore e taea te whakapai ake ki te awhina i waho tenei.
  • Translator me te kaiwhakamaori – interpreters work with spoken words and conversations, a mahi tuhi ki nga kupu Written. Ka taea e te taua te tangata mahi mahi e rua. He mahi nui mō te rerenga me te manene enei. ako how to be a translator or interpreter.
  • tohunga Housing – people who work in these careers are responsible for helping families find affordable housing. Mai i te hiahia mō te whare noho utu kei te kapu mō rerenga me manene, ka waiho he mahi nui ki te titiro ki tenei.
  • tuarua rangahau – if you are interested in conducting researches and interviews, me te whakaputa rauemi me ngā pūrongo, e waiho hei mahi pai mo koutou tenei.
  • Education administrator – education is a big part of government services. Professionals in this area of manage schools and colleges.
  • Executive director – a director of a non-profit organization advocates for the organization, raises money, holds meetings and assign duties to the staff. Learn how to be a nonprofit executive director.
  • Public administration consultant – consultants advise government agencies and non-profits on issues such as making policies, meeting budgets, and how to organize well.
  • Mayor – mayors speak up for their cities and communities, work with the city council, and make plans to solve community problems. Mayors are elected officials.
  • Program assistant – a program assistant helps organize programs and support the programs director – a good stepping stone to other non-profit jobs. Learn how to be a program assistant.
  • Case manager – a case manager helps people with their particular situations, such as financial, legal, medical, work, or housing issues. Bilingual skills are in demand, so this would be an excellent career for refugees and immigrants.
  • Program analyst – program analysts improve programs by evaluating and analyzing them, finding ways to make them more effective. This is valuable expertise as many programs in government and non-profits can be improved with outside help.
  • Translator and interpreter – interpreters work with spoken words and conversations, and translators work with written words. The same person can do both jobs. These are great jobs for refugees and immigrants. Learn how to be a translator or interpreter.
  • Housing specialists – people who work in these careers are responsible for helping families find affordable housing. Since the need for affordable housing is rising for refugees and immigrants, this will be a great career to look into.
  • Research associate – if you are interested in conducting researches and interviews, and producing materials and reports, this would be an excellent career for you.

He whakahaere tūmatanui te mahi tika hoki ahau?

Is public administration the right job for me?

Ki te rite koe te mahi ki te iwi whānui, Ko te mara mahi pai tenei mo koutou. He nui i roto i te rohe Communication - ka hiahia koe ngā pūkenga tuhituhi pai, me ngā pūkenga pai English.

If you like working with the public, this is a good career field for you. Communication is important in the area – you will need good writing skills and good English skills.

hoki, Ka taea e koe te hoatu koutou rawa roanga ki te whakamahi pai! Ka koutou pūkenga reo, me te māramatanga o ētahi atu ahurea kia i roto i tetahi mara te wahi e te āwhina koe manene ranei e pā ana ki ētahi atu whenua.

Also, you can put your newcomer assets to good use! Your language skills and understanding of other cultures will be valued in any field where you are helping immigrants or dealing with other countries.

If you are not sure if this is the right career for you, taea e koe tango i te whakamātautau aromatawai-whaiaro i careeronestop.org. taea hoki e koe watch a video about government and public administration jobs.

If you are not sure if this is the right career for you, you can take a self-assessment test at careeronestop.org. You can also watch a video about government and public administration jobs.

Hea te mahi tīmata ahau?

Where do I start?

You can get into a public service career in several ways.

You can get into a public service career in several ways.

Whakamahia tō wheako

Use your experience

Ka taea e koe te tiki ki te tahi mau mahi whakahaere tūmatanui hoki o to koutou wheako o mua mahi. tomo People whakahaere tūmatanui i maha atu mara: pūtaiao, marketing, hauora, pakihi, me te mātauranga. hei tauira, ki te mea kua mahi koe rite te kaiako, taea e koe te whakawhiti ki te mahi whakahaere i roto i te mātauranga. Ki te mahi koe i te whare iti pai-kore hoki, kia neke koe i te tūranga kaiwhakamāori ki te he kaiwhakahaere take e tauturu iwi kitea whare. Ki te mea ko kē koe he kaimahi tūmatanui i roto i tetahi mahi, e nehenehe e tauturu rawa.

You can get into some public administration jobs because of your previous work experience. People enter public administration from many other fields: science, marketing, health, business, and education. For example, if you have worked as a teacher, you could transfer into an administrative job in education. If you work for a small housing non-profit, you may move from an interpreter position into being a case manager who helps people find housing. If you are already a public employee in any job, that can help too.

Haere taau

Get qualified

ka titiro tokomaha kaitukumahi mō tuakiri motuhake atu. kia hiahia ratou te tangata ki te tohu o te Tuarua tohu o Bachelor i whakahaere tūmatanui ranei, engari maha tetahi tohu i roto i te mara e hāngai ana, ka mahi - te mahi pāpori, whakahaere, a he whai hua katoa kōrero tohu i roto i te umanga whakahaere tūmatanui. o roto i te whakahaere tūmatanui te Kaiwhakaako (MPA) Ko te tohu runga mo te iwi e hiahia ana ki te mahi i roto i te kāwanatanga. Te reira i te tikanga e rua i tetahi atu tau i runga i te tihi o te tohu o tou Paetahi.

Many employers will look for more specific credentials. They may want someone with an Associate’s degree or Bachelor’s degree in public administration, but often another degree in a related field will do – social work, management, and communications qualifications are all useful in public administration careers. A Master’s in public administration (MPA) is a top qualification for people who want to work in government. It usually takes another two years on top of your Bachelor’s degree.

He Kaiwhakahaere Public whaimana (CPM) Ko te tangata e kua oti te hōtaka whakangungu tohu. Ki te koe kē he kaimahi tūmatanui, e waiho he ara ki te tiki ki te whakahaere i tenei. Find a CPM course.

A Certified Public Manager (CPM) is someone who has completed a certified training program. If you already a public employee, this would be a way to get into administration. Find a CPM course.

ako online

Learn online

Ko taea ki te tiki i te MPA ipurangi ia koutou te mahi, me te riro wheako rite te kaimahi tūmatanui ranei ki te pai-kore. Find online schools with MPA Programs.

It is possible to get an MPA online while you work and gain experience as a public employee or with a non-profit. Find online schools with MPA Programs.

Kimihia ngā akomanga e tata koe

Find classes near you

He maha kareti hapori whakahere akoranga e taea arahi ki mahi i roto i te whakahaere tūmatanui. He akoranga angamaheni e ngā whakahaere tūmatanui, whakatau kaupapa, ratonga ā-iwi, pūtea, rōpū tūmatanui, me whakahaere tūmatanui-rāngai. Kimihia te kāreti hapori tata koe.

Many community colleges offer courses that can lead to careers in public administration. A typical course will include public management, decision making, civil service, budgeting, public organizations, and public-sector administration. Find a community college near you.

Volunteer

Volunteer

You can gain experience by volunteering at a local organization. You will learn how non-profit organizations work, te whakapai ake koutou pūkenga kaiārahi me te kōrero, a hanga koutou whatunga. Kimihia te wahi ki te tūao i Volunteermatch.org.

You can gain experience by volunteering at a local organization. You will learn how non-profit organizations work, improve your leadership and communication skills, and build your network. Find a place to volunteer at Volunteermatch.org.

He aha te ki te ahau taau kua ahau i roto i tetahi atu whenua?

What if I am already qualified in another country?

Ki te whai koe i te tohu whakahaere tūmatanui i roto i tetahi atu whenua, Upwardly Global tauturu manene mahi-mana, hūfanga, asylees, me kau ma'u visa manene motuhake (SIVs) restart their professional careers in the USA.

If you have a public administration degree in another country, Upwardly Global helps work-authorized immigrants, refugees, asylees, and special immigrant visa holders (SIVs) restart their professional careers in the USA.

He aha atu te mahi e hiahia ana ahau?

What else do I need?

Tīmata tō rapu mahi

Start your job search

E hiahia ana koe ki te mahi mo te kāwanatanga US, kāwanatanga ā-rohe, ranei mo te whakahaere pai-kore? Here te tahi kōwhiringa:

Do you want to work for the US government, local government, or for a non-profit organization? Here are some options:

  • Search online job websites
    Idealist.org
    ngā mahi ki te whakahaere pai-kore.
  • Search online job websites
    Idealist.org
    lists jobs with non-profit organizations.

 

 

  • Use government websites
    Hei titiro hoki mahi ki to koutou kāwanatanga kāwanatanga, tīmata ki ratou paetukutuku mōhiohio. ka waiho te reira i te ingoa o to koutou ahua aru e “.Amerika” - hei tauira, Montana.gov. I te whārangi kāinga, you will find a tab that says something like mahi, mahi, kaimahi ranei mahi. The US government has a paetukutuku for government jobs. Ko te tikanga, whai koe ki te waiho i te tangata US ki te mahi mo te kāwanatanga e hānga ana, engari i reira he okotahi. kia hiahiatia ai koutou pūkenga reo, hei tauira.
  • Use government websites
    To look for jobs with your state government, start with their official website. It will be the name of your state followed by “.gov” – for example, Montana.gov. On the home page, you will find a tab that says something like careers, employment, workforce or jobs. The US government has a website for government jobs. Usually, you have to be a US citizen to work for the federal government, but there are exceptions. Your language skills may be needed, for example.

 

 

  • Whakamahia tō pokapū mahi rohe
    He utu pokapū mahi Kāwanatanga i roto i nga pa. whakahere ratou tohutohu, me te pupuri i te rārangi o mahi rohe. Ka ngā ratou mataeinaa me pa me te pai-kore mahi. Ka taea hoki te kia te āwhina reira ki faahou me tono mahi. Ka taea e ratou te hono koe ki te whakangungu mahi me te mātauranga. Kimihia tou pokapū mahi tata.
  • Use your local employment center
    Government employment centers in every city are free. They offer advice and keep a list of local jobs. They will include county and city and non-profit jobs. You can also get help there with resumes and job applications. They can connect you to job training and education. Find your nearest employment center.

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