Permanent Multiple clinical, Non-clinical, therapy and training positions
Multiple clinical, Non-clinical, therapy and training positions
Fantastic opportunity to affect real change for Māori and their whānau who have experienced trauma through serious injury and utilising your cultural empathy for a newly created division of this ‘game changing’ organisation.
- Support the build and delivery of a centre of excellence.
- Culture implemented through all aspects of service delivery.
- Highly values and indigenous culture-based organisation.
Tau maarea ki uta
Taiparatia te amorei
“A legacy epitomised by the passion in which the journey is discovered”
Indigenous Rehabilitation is the partner company to What Ever it Takes providing Clinical Services.
Indigenous Rehabilitation was established with the intent purpose of supporting Māori Clinical models and practises to achieve Whānau ora, which is a major contemporary indigenous health initiative driven by Māori cultural values. They are a kaupapa Māori service provider that supports clients and whānau that have been affected by serious injury and nurtures their recovery with an emphasis on rehabilitation and family goals to support a holistic approach toward wellness. In addition, they serve to empower communities and extended families within the community context, rather than individuals within an institutional context.
Indigenous Rehabilitation specialise in delivering culturally aligned clinical programmes through their Practise model – Ngākau Purotu that encourages innovation and setting the standard by developing specialised training/learning modules to create pathways and workforce development for those with a passion to provide healthcare to whānau Māori through offering internships, scholarships, leadership programs and mentoring. Having an understanding of tikanga Māori and the influence of manaakitanga and whanaungatanga and the importance it plays in the journey to recovery is essential .
There are number of clinical, non-clinical, therapy and mentoring positions including;
- Registered Nurses
- Support and Social Workers
- Occupational Therapists
- Clinical Psychologists
- Programme Manager Mentors
Regardless of the position you believe you are aligned to, you will demonstrate the ability to develop and establish supportive and collaborative relationships with those you work with, including clinicians, members of whānau and relevant support networks and community groups. Joining a growing ‘centre of excellence’ which caters for high needs, complex clients via clinical and therapeutic staff delivering through a cultural lens, may be a new concept for some but if you are seeking a different approach rather than a mainstream paradigm, this organisation has the track record that proves it works, and works well on many levels.
Qualifications in health/social services, current practicing certificates and registration, and previous experience working within the health sector are a requirement. Experience working with ACC & MOH contracts will be beneficial; in addition to FIM/FAM accreditation and experience in delivering Training for Independence frameworks and conducting support needs assessments.
We value the dignity of all for those who share these values to join our new service and are seeking to speak with suitably experienced and qualified individuals who are keen to demonstrate their passion in breaking down barriers that prevent people from living life to the fullest. In return you will be well rewarded, supported and celebrated.
Want to find out more about the positions and the organisation – please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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