Mauria mai o matauranga mo te oranga o te tangata

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

06 June 2021 17:00

x6 Community Support Workers

Location: Auckland
Reference #: 210507 CSW
Applications close on: Sun 06 Jun 2021 at 5pm.

We are looking for a caring and understanding Community Support Worker to join our Service Delivery team, based in Auckland.

Full-time/ Permanent  x5, 1.0 FTE, x1, 0.9 (35 hrs p/w)

Characteristics

  • An engaging and positive personality
  • An ability to listen
  • Friendly and approachable manners
  • Treats people with respect
  • Positive role model

Experience

  • Skills and experience to liaise, collaborate, facilitate and develop linkages with government, relevant community and clinical services, health and other professionals in relation to participant needs.
  • Experience in writing succinct case notes, follow up and documentation while using a Client Information Management System and other reporting platforms
  • Case management experiences with the ability to coordinate services working within a case management or care coordination frame.

Selection Process Requirements

  • Police Check
  • Working with Vulnerable Children check
  • Two verbal reference checks – one must be from your most recent employer
  • Pre-Employment Medical Exam and Drug Test (at our cost)

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.

*Interviews may be conducted before closing date


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

For more information, contact Esther Ka on 09 2624533 during business hours. Applications close no later than 5pm, 06 June 2021

06 June 2021 17:00

Peer Support/ Recovery Advocate

Location: Auckland
Reference #: 210507 RA
Applications close on: Sun 06 Jun 2021 at 5pm.

We have an opportunity for an experienced Peer Support Specialist who can draw on their lived experience of recovery from mental illness, to instill confidence and hope in others about their journey of recovery

Kaupapa Māori Integrated Health Services

Do you want to use your skills in Te Ao Maori and Manaaki to support whanau to be the very best they can be? If this sounds like you then we would love to hear from you! This is what we do every day

Located in Auckland we are closely positioned to public transport and amenities including cafes, retail outlets and two Tertiary leading Institutes.

About the role:

We have an opportunity for an experienced Peer Support Specialist who can draw on their lived experience of recovery from mental illness, to instill confidence and hope in others about their journey of recovery.

Essential Skills and Competencies:

  • Strong inter-personal skills - ability to build rapport with Tangata Whaiora and provide encouragement
  • Understanding of Te Reo me ona Tikanga
  • Ability to work in high pressure situations, maintaining composure and to identify and mitigate risk
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and strong problem solving abilities
  • Fully conversant with relevant legislation, standards and regulations and their practical application
  • Displays professional positive attitude to maintain appropriate standards
  • Relationship management skills including a demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with a wide range of stakeholders
  • Flexible, working hours including after hours and weekends when needed

Skills and Experience:

  • You will work collaboratively in planning and co-facilitating individual and peer group supports
  • Be passionate about supporting our tangata whai ite ora and improving their health outcomes
  • Have the ability to work with a varying tangata whai ite ora base recognising the unique circumstances of each individual
  • Be comfortable working within a Kaupapa Maori Framework and awareness of the Treaty of Waitangi
  • Hold a minimum Peer Support Specialist Training, Certificate In Mental Health Level 4 or equivalent
  • Be fully conversant with the Microsoft suite of office based software


Nau mai ki www.mahitahi.co.nz

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

For more information, contact Esther Ka on 09 2624533 during business hours. Applications close no later than 5pm, 06 June 2021

* Candidates will need to be readily available to attend an interview even if offered before the closing date.

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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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