MAS was founded by a group of doctors in 1921 and is now the insurance and investments company for New Zealand’s professionals.

As you’d expect from a company founded by doctors, we’re all about supporting our communities, and that begins with our Members.

We make things easier for our Members and provide them with outstanding customer service. That’s why we’re one of the most trusted insurance providers in New Zealand, and have been voted the Consumer NZ People’s Choice for four insurance categories – house, contents, car, and life – four years in a row (2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019).

We’re growing rapidly, and we need the right people to support our Members – the ones we have and the ones we will gain in the years to come.

If you’re keen to work with us, we’d love to hear from you. We’re a flexible employer so please feel free to talk to us about your flexibility needs.

Found out more about working at MAS

One of the central principles guiding our work is that we are “here for good” – not only for our Members but for the communities in which they live and work.

Here are some of the things we do to bring that principle to life:

Here for Good Days

Everyone at MAS is given a Here for Good Day. This is an extra day of paid leave that can be used to volunteer for a charity or community organisation of your choice.

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Sustainability

Sustainability is a major part of our vision and purpose. It informs everything from the way we communicate with our Members to the Responsible Investment Strategy we use to manage our Members’ KiwiSaver funds.

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MAS Foundation

We have established a philanthropic organisation – the MAS Foundation – that funds initiatives to improve the health and wellbeing of New Zealanders, particularly those from traditionally underserved communities.

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Diversity and Inclusion

We can only be here for the good of our Members and their communities if we reflect the diversity of New Zealand. We have a range of initiatives to promote diversity and inclusion, including a Wāhine at MAS group and a commitment to te reo Māori.

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