Full-Time Team Leader positions (x3) (Auckland & Waikato)
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Team Leader positions (x3)
Lead a team delivering kaupapa Maaori health and wellbeing services to all people living in the rohe of Tainui waka.
- All new positions; in Hapori, Addiction and Clinical services.
- Join the organisation who are reclaiming the health and wellbeing of the community
- Based in either Taamaki or Waikato.
Raukura Hauora o Tainui (RHoT) is an incorporated iwi charitable Trust founded to deliver quality kaupapa Maaori health and wellbeing services to all people living in the rohe of Tainui waka, so that they are empowered and able to thrive and prosper. RHoT’s core philosophy of service delivery is based upon ‘whaanau ora’, or to the building of healthy Maaori families. Furthermore, service philosophies are centred on providing health care services that are accessible, cost effective, comfortable, efficient, clinically, and culturally safe and secure.
The key focus of Raukura Hauora o Tainui is to ensure health needs of all are met through the delivery of culturally appropriate services within a tikanga Maaori framework. RHoT’s organisational mission is to deliver kaupapa Maaori health and wellbeing services to all people living in the rohe of Tainui. The overarching vision is;
Kia whai hua i te toonuitanga – To pursue the rewards of a thriving and prosperous way of life.
Te aahua o ngaa tuuranga – The nature of each position
Team Leader – Hapori (Taamaki based) Ref: TLH271
This newly created position is responsible for the leadership, coordination and service delivery of the teams serving hapori related contracts and relevant work streams. Services within remit include reintegration, iwi support work, advocacy, and early clinical and non-clinical intervention (i.e., Burglary Prevention, Mokopuna Ora and Whanau Oranga Ki Tua).
Managing kaimahi in their day-to-day work you will be providing professional guidance in their mahi, enabling them to undertake their work to best practice standards. A multi-facetted leadership position, will see you managing and mentoring a multi-disciplinary team of clinical and non-clinical staff, ensuring an improved or recovery focused, integrated, and coordinated approach to care. This includes ensuring effective processes are in place for kaimahi and robust level of collaborative engagement with other hauora providers or support agencies.
As such a good understanding of the health systems relating to contracts under the Hapori portfolio, an ability to navigate support networks and a high level of technical and past skills in a similar role will be required.
Team Leader – Addiction (Taamaki based) Ref: TLA272
This Team Leader role is responsible for the leadership, coordination and service delivery of the teams serving Addiction related contracts and relevant work streams. These services include reintegration, iwi support work, advocacy, and early intervention (i.e., Gambling Prevention, Alcohol and other Drugs youth and adult). You will manage kaimahi in their day-to-day work, providing professional guidance in their mahi, and enabling them to undertake their work to best practice standards. Assisting your team to develop and implement integrated programmes which will support the strategic aims of the organisation.
Working collaboratively with other Team Leaders to provide outreach to enhance engagement with whaanau, you will be ensuring a seamless delivery and continuity of care for Taangata Whaiora across the spectrum of services the person and their whaanau are working with. Creating and maintaining stakeholder engagement including attendance at meetings, working groups, you will be supporting and leading the implementation of strategies mahi to meet our contractual requirements. Your relevant experience in a similar role within addiction hauora related services will be required
Team Leader – Clinical (Waikato based) Ref: TLC273
The Team Leader – Clinical services, is a wide-ranging position, reporting into the General Manager Clinical Services and is responsible for a range of community based clinical services. Leading the coordination and service delivery of the teams serving the Tamariki Ora, Maamaa and Peepii Support, Te Ara O Kararo, Mobile Vaccination clinics and Whaanau Pai, as well as related contracts and relevant work streams. You will be facilitating collaboration and leading your team, to coordinate assessment, care, and interventions to achieve equitable health outcomes.
Guiding and supporting your team in their assessment, decision making, implementation, evaluation, and documentation of care, you will be developing effective working relationships with management, providers, taangata whaiora, and key stakeholders. As such, solid experience, or the ability to demonstrate an understanding of NZ Health especially in relation to Mental Health, Tamariki Ora or Vaccination services will be required.
Ngaa tino Puukenga/Wheako – Essential skills/experiences
A relevant tertiary qualification is highly desirable for all positions, you may however offset this with considerable professional experience within a similar role. Career backgrounds such as social work, with a Level 4 qualification, NZ Certificate or equivalent Certificate in Health and Wellbeing, or as an experienced Registered Nurse.
Skills, knowledge, and experience required for all positions is to include:
- Experience in the leadership and management of staff, including clinical and non-clinical staff.
- Registration and membership of relevant professional agency.
- People leadership, mentoring and performance management experience supported by strategic and leadership skills to build and grow effective teams.
- Previous experience in a leadership position where you have worked alongside iwi, hapuu, marae, and whaanau.
- Clinical risk management experience and a solid experience and understanding of NZ Health systems.
- Knowledge of community and social change.
- Ability to manage crisis situations, preferably with early interventions with taangata.
- Sound understanding of clinical reporting requirements.
- Proven evidence of competence and positive contribution to an organisation’s strategic direction.
- Expert report writing skills.
- Experienced in results-based accountability methodology to provide reports on service outcomes.
- The natural capability to uplift the Mana of others.
- An understanding and application of Te reo me oona tikanga Maaori.
Your ability to manage crisis situations, preferably with early interventions with taangata whaiora and also in relation to kaimahi is an essential requirement of all positions.
Individuals must satisfy all necessary requirements for working with vulnerable children and adults, including requirements in relation to police vetting. Flexibility to travel is required as is a current, full, clean driver’s license.
Highly innovative, the organisation provides a supportive working environment, and are extremely encouraging of whaanau, hapuu and iwi growth. Ensuring there is a balance between work and life, the work culture is one that values individuality, strengthens cultural understanding and supports innovative solutions.
For these positions, it is mandatory for applicants to have full Covid-19 vaccination status.
Te tono – How to apply:
To apply or to enquire further about any of these 3 newly created positions, contact Heather Walker for a confidential conversation now on (09) 632 1108 or email your up-dated CL and CV through to email@example.com
Applications close: Monday 11th July 2022 at 5.00pm.
How to ApplyTo apply or to enquire further about any of these 3 newly created positions, contact Heather Walker for a confidential conversation now on (09) 632 1108 or email your up-dated CL and CV through to firstname.lastname@example.org Applications close: Monday 11th July 2022 at 5.00pm.
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