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We are a Kaupapa Maori mental health and addictions provider who is committed to helping individuals and whanau toward wellness through the delivery of Integrated Tikanga Māori services.

Our commitment is to improve the well-being of people. We believe in nurturing wellness.

Located in the heart of Manukau we are closely located to public transport and amenities including cafes, retail outlets and two of Auckland’s finest institutes of technology.

Top reasons for working for us;

  • A Unique Work Culture – Working together to convert passion into action
  • The challenge of meaningful work that makes a sustainable impact on people’s lives
  • Great Benefits including Life Insurance and Revitalization Days
  • Work-Life Balance - We are a Whanau friendly workplace
  • Competitive salary
  • Opportunities for on-the-job training

If you want to be part of a great team who work alongside people every day to realise their dreams and aspirations through Kaupapa Maori values such as whanaungatanga and manaakitanga then we encourage you to check out our current vacancy listings below

30 April 2021 17:00

x2 Community Support Workers - Housing & Recovery

Location: Auckland
Reference #: 210407 CSW - H&R
Applications close on: Fri 30 Apr 2021 at 5pm.

We offer a supportive Maori working environment that focuses on supporting our staff as whanau, helping us all to realise our potential.

Housing & Recovery - x2 1.0FTE - 40 hours per week each

Kaupapa Māori Integrated Health Services

  • The tasks and supports are varied and will depend on the needs and aspirations of each person.
  • Work within strengths based framework that promotes and embraces recovery and integration for whaiora.
  • Maintain consistent work practices based on treatment guidelines from the referring service and or specialist.
  • Maintain internal treatment guidelines from Clinical Supports and or Team Leader – Service Care and Delivery.
  • Kaupapa Māori - Using the principles of strength-based recovery and community resources, actively work with Tangata Whaiora and their whanau to achieve identified goals and support needs.
  • Support – Ensure delivery of specified services as per contracts with funding bodies and the requirements of the National Mental Health Standards. 
  • Administration – Perform administrative functions to support the values and service delivery for the organisation, Tangata Whaiora, and the team.
  • Health and Safety - Meet both yours and the organisations health and safety obligations by adhering to standards of performance and communicating policy and process.

The Community Support Worker will have a minimum Level 4 Mental Health qualification or similar desired, (In exceptional circumstances should you not have this qualification; the organisation may at its discretion support you to obtain this) and/or 3+ years’ experience of relevant health services delivery, especially within Māori Health, Mental Health and Addictions services.

Applicants for this position MUST have Full New Zealand Driver Licence and New Zealand Permanent Visa or Citizenship

** Applicants will be screened as we receive applications, candidates will need to be readily available to attend an interview. We may interview before closed date.

**Previous Applicants need not apply

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Contact Us

Phone: (09) 262 4533

Fax: (09) 262 5069

Address: 15a Ronwood Ave, Manukau, Auckland 2104

PO Box: PO Box 97537, Manukau, Auckland 2241

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