Sean Teddy
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Sean Teddy

Ministry of Education / Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga

Deputy secretary, office of the secretary for education

  • Appointed to the Ministry of Education in 2014 to create the government, executive and ministerial function, before moving to his current role.
  • Previously spent 10 years at the Ministry of Social Development, where roles included executive director of the Auckland region, and deputy director of the chief executive’s office.
  • Began work in the public service as a case manager for Work and Income.
  • Has a Master’s in Public Administration from Victoria University and the Australia and NZ School of Government.

Career

Ministry of Social Development / Te Manatū Whakahiato Ora
Director, Policy Governance and Operations, Executive Director, Auckland
Oct 2010 - Mar 2013
Ministry of Education / Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga
Hautū, Te Pae Aronui | Deputy Secretary, Operations and Integration, Hautū Te Tari o te Tumu Whakarae mō te Mātauranga, Group Manager, Government Executive and Ministerial Services
Mar 2013 - Present

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