Full-Time Pou Whirinaki (Cultural Support & Advisor)
Kei aku ringa raupā, kei aku ringa mākohakoha, kei aku waewae tāpā tēnā koutou katoa. Ko tēnei te reo e poapoa ana ki tētahi kia piri mai ki te whānau o Kāhui Tū Kaha. E rapu ana mātou I tētahi tino tangata mo tēnei tūnga motuhake. Kia ngākau nui anō ki te hiki me te akiaki I te mana o te tangata. Kia mārama anō ki te ao Māori, ā matatau ki reo rangatira hoki. Ko te tūmanako kia whai tohu matua me ngā wheako i te mahi ki te taha o ngā whānau whai I te ora, ā ko te hunga mauiui hinengaro. Mehe mea kei a koe wēnei tū momo āhuatanga e hiahiatia ana. Me pā mai kia noho tahi tātou ki te korero.
‘Me whakaruruhau, kia tū pakari, kia tū rangatira ai’
Pou Whirinaki (Cultural Support & Advisor)
- Monday to Friday
- Part time or Full time
Our client is a well-established NGO who provides a diverse and innovative range of community mental health and social housing services in Auckland and Counties Manukau.
They have a new opportunity for an enthusiastic and compassionate person to work in supporting staff, tangata whai I te ora (service users) and whānau.
Key requirements for the role are:
- Respect for others and a non-judgemental manner;
- Good knowledge of kaupapa Māori;
- Ability to engage with tangata whai I te ora (service users) and support them to achieve their goals;
- Ability to network and build positive working relationships; and
- Proficiency level of Te Reo Māori and tikanga is essential.
It is hoped that successful candidate will have experience in mental health services and/or a qualification in mental health or a related subject. However, expressions of interest from the right person with the appropriate skills set, experiences and qualifications will be seriously considered.
You will need NZ Residency, a full and clean driver’s licence, and no criminal convictions.
How to ApplyPlease send through your updated CV and covering letter to Violetta - firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 09 632 1108; we’d love to hear from you!
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