Quin Carver
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Quin Carver

Worksafe / Mahi Haumaru Aotearoa

General manager, digital transformation

  • Appointed March 2021.
  • Previously came to WorkSafe on a secondment to lead digital strategy.
  • Former deputy chief executive, corporate, and chief Information officer at the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development, following 16 years of senior and technical leadership at Land Information NZ.


Computerland New Zealand
Software Support Specialist
Aug 1998 - Nov 2000
Techtonics Group Limited
Nov 2000 - Feb 2002
Land Information NZ / Toitū Te Whenua
ASaTS Liason Officer - Vancouver based posting, Chief Information Officer
Apr 2014 - Oct 2018
Ministry of Housing and Urban Development / Te Tūāpapa Kura Kāinga
Deputy Chief Executive - Corporate, Chief Information Officer
Oct 2018 - Jul 2020
Worksafe / Mahi Haumaru Aotearoa
GM - Digital Transformation, Digital Strategy and Engagement lead
Jul 2020 - Present

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