Full-Time Multiple social, community and practitioner positions.
Multiple social, community and practitioner positions.
- Multiple positions – one innovative organisation.
- Able to pro-actively engage and access community resources?
- Actively support cultural competence and needs of clients.
- Positions for those qualified and working towards a relevant qualification.
This year be the difference. Apply your life skills, knowledge and lessons learnt to be the connecter that brings people, community, and support resources together and live the vales of Manaakitanga, Rangatiratanga and Whakawhanaungatanga.
Be a part of a community mental health and social housing organisation supported by a Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Whātua. A well established and innovative provider, characterised by its diverse and commitment to health and social outcomes for everyone.
All positions require an understanding and practical application of the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi, experience, or knowledge of NGO settings, and already established links within the local community. All positions will see a real focus on developing individual relationships with clients, and their families, call on personal mana to develop Whakawhanaungatanga, creating a sense of belonging, family connections and kinship.
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Registered Health Professional – Occupational Therapist – $58,000 – $70,000
Using the principles of client recovery, you will actively support mothers and their babies in a Maternal Respite Service. Managing individual relationships and caseloads effectively, you will assess and actively support in the achievement of recovery goals. Carrying out joint case work and ensuring effective collaboration with colleagues, you will deliver services in accordance with the principles of recovery, the Strengths model, and the Wellness Recovery Action Plan. You will hold a current NZ registration as an Occupational Therapist and be looking to join a values-based organisation, with Manaakitanga at its heart – that has the goal of providing meaningful health and social outcomes for all.
Addiction Practitioner – Social Housing Services – $58,000 – $70,000
As a registered practitioner with DAPAANZ, with current NZ registration, you will be looking to utilise your knowledge of substance use disorder, treatment options and screening tools to apply to recovery perspectives and the skills to work in a recovery focussed way.
Supporting and working towards the achievement of your client’s goals, you will tailor programmes and services to support positive outcomes for substance abuse, accommodation, financial management, health, wellbeing, educational and employment. Using the principles of harm reduction, motivational interviewing, cognitive behaviour therapies and the 12-step model you will assess and enable support, whilst ensuring the cultural needs of your clients are recognised.
Service Manager- Kaupapa Maori Mental Health Service – $58,000 to $68,000
This is a unique opportunity, due to internal promotion. If you are a fluent speaker of Te Reo and have relevant experience in the mental health sector and managing staff, we want to hear from you. The ability to connect with and enthusiastically build rapport with clients and staff is paramount, as is your proactivity in accessing community resources, building knowledge of what is available and how it can be accessed.
Providing empathetic and non-judgemental support , you will display patience and understanding, and the experience to apply Treaty of Waitangi, bi-culturalism, cultural sensitivity to all you do.
Senior Tenancy Coordinator – $60,000 – $65,000 (Based in Auckland)
This unique position provides tenancy management services and is responsible for overall administration of leases, renewals, payments, property inspections and client liaison. Empowering tenants with the requisite skills and knowledge that will improve their chances of maintaining their tenancy in the long term. Experience in managing a large portfolio of tenancies is essential as is an in-depth knowledge and understanding of Residential Tenancy Act 1986, and experience leasing administration.
Supporting often the most vulnerable people in our community to provide access to safe, affordable accommodation. A fantastic relationship builder, you’ll also be able to develop strategies to ensure that income is maximised across the portfolio of houses, through effective debt recovery and efficient funds allocation.
To gain more in-depth information on any of the above positions, or to apply email Heather and put the name of the position in the title bar. This is a really exciting time to join a highly innovative, community-based organisation, where you’ll be certain of your future in these uncertain times. Remuneration and benefits are at a level to attract those with an experienced skill set.
You will be working within an open, supportive, culturally diverse working environment that will offer you further growth and career development opportunities.
To apply, or to enquire further please contact Heather Walker at Mana Recruitment for a confidential conversation now on (09) 632 1108 or email your up-dated CV and Cover letter through to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close: Monday 1st of March 2021 at 5.00pm.
How to ApplyTo apply, or to enquire further please contact Heather Walker at Mana Recruitment for a confidential conversation now on (09) 632 1108 or email your up-dated CV and Cover letter through to email@example.com Applications close: Monday 1st of March 2021 at 5.00pm.
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