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Vacancies

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Current Vacancies

Family Home Caregivers - Full time, Part time and Casual Vacancies

Applications open

Te Tohu o Te Ora o Ngati Awa is one of the largest Iwi providers of integrated social, health and education services in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.

We have a number of opportunities for Caregivers to care for tamariki taken into emergency care and protection by Ngati Awa.

We are looking for couples or individual applicants who have proven ability to communicate, empathise and connect in a positive and caring way with tamariki needing aroha and awhi!

Skills and Experience

  • Experience providing care to tamariki
  • Proven ability to communicate effectively with tamariki
  • Be able to provide a safe and caring environment for tamariki
  • Experience in providing support, guidance and understanding to tamariki
  • Knowledge of Te Reo me ona Tikanga Maori
  • Excellent knowledge of community services for tamariki
  • Current clean full drivers licence

Please only apply for this role if you are eligible to work in New Zealand.

To apply for this vacancy visit https://nash.org.nz/vacancies to complete an online application form or direct enquiries to:

Marie Pearce
Human Resources Coordinator
07 3060096 Ext 802
marie.pearce@nash.org.nz

 

To download position description, click the link below:

Download Position Description

 

To apply for this job:

Apply Online Here

Community Based Social Worker (Te Kaitiaki a Maui)

Applications Open

“Mà tò kete Matauranga, Mà tòku kete matauranga kà ora ai te iwi”

Are you looking for a new challenge and want to influence positive change for young people?

Te Tohu o Te Ora o Ngàti Awa is one of the largest Iwi providers of integrated social, health and education services in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.

We are seeking people who are enthusiastic, motivated, well organised, and willing to adopt a collaborative approach to service delivery.  In return, we offer competitive remuneration, professional development, and flexible work conditions.

You will be working with tamariki, rangatahi and their whànau in a variety of settings including schools to enhance the social, health and educational outcomes for young people.

Skills and Experience:

  • Qualified and registered or eligible for registration with the SWRB.
  • Experience working with tamariki and rangatahi.
  • Proven ability to complete complex child and parenting case assessments and case work.
  • Effective communication skills (written and oral).
  • Knowledge of Te Reo me ona Tikanga Maori.
  • Understanding of Maori models of health.
  • Excellent knowledge of community services for tamariki/whanau.
  • Great computer skills.
  • Current, clean, full Drivers Licence.

Please only apply for these roles if you are eligible to work in New Zealand.

To apply for this vacancy visit https://nash.org.nz/vacancies to complete an online application form or direct enquiries to:

Marie Pearce
Human Resources Coordinator
Direct Dial: 07 9858109
marie.pearce@nash.org.nz

To download position description, click the link below:

community-social-worker-jd-nov-2020

To apply for this job:

Apply Online Here

Te Kaitiaki o Te Pukaea o Te Waiora (Whanau Navigator)

Applications close Monday 19 July 2021 at 4pm

Te Tohu o Te Ora o Ngati Awa as the lead on behalf of the Eastern Bay of Plenty Iwi Alliance is seeking to recruit a Te Kaitiaki o Te Pūkāea o Te Waiora – Whanau Navigator.  We seek people who are enthusiastic, motivated, well organised and thrive on challenges. In return we offer competitive remuneration, professional development, and flexible working conditions.

This role is focused on connecting the whanau with the community.  You will work to provide connections and direct support to people so they can access information and services in the community.  You will be a confident communicator with the ability to collaborate, establish and maintain professional working relationships with key stakeholders within our local community groups, organisations, and government agencies.

Skills and experience:

  • An appropriate qualification in Social or Health Services is desirable.
  • Experience in completing assessments within a social and health service.
  • Experience in working with complex high needs whanau.
  • Ability to work with a diverse range of people and community organisations, and to build positive relationships.
  • Knowledge and understanding of local community groups, organisations, and government agencies.
  • Experience in comprehensive case management including assessment, planning and review.
  • Negotiation, Advocacy and Facilitation skills.
  • Effective written and oral communication skills.
  • Knowledge of Te Reo me ona Tikanga Maori.
  • Excellent knowledge of community services for tamariki/whanau.
  • Great computer skills.
  • Current clean full Drivers licence.

Please only apply for this role if your are eligible to work in New Zealand.

To apply for this vacancy, visit www.nash.org.nz/vacancies to complete an online application form or direct enquiries to:

Marie Pearce
Human Resources Coordinator
Direct Dial: 07 9858109
marie.pearce@nash.org.nz

To download position description, click the link below:

whanau-navigator-december-2020

To apply for this job:

Apply Online Here

Te Pou Tapuhi a Rohe (Nurse Practitioner in Training / Registered Nurse – Advanced Level) Kaupapa Māori Advanced Nurse Service (KMANS)

Applications close Monday 12 July 2021 at 4pm

Te Tohu o Te Ora o Ngati Awa are seeking applications from Registered Nurses who can work with individuals and whanau to support them to manage their asthma and/or respiratory conditions.

The successful applicant will have excellent assessment and care planning skills. You must have a good understanding of the social issues facing whanau, how these contribute to asthma and respiratory conditions and the ability to implement effective solutions to support individuals and whanau to achieve self-management of their condition and maintain this.

Caseload management, experience in using an electronic client management system and excellent communication skills are essential. You will also be committed to assisting individuals and their whanau to improve the management of their asthma and respiratory conditions.

Experience working in and around the community and working with Maori is preferred, so an understanding of cultural perspectives/practice’s and Te Reo me on Tikanga would be advantageous.

All applicants will be subject to a police check and must be able to provide proof of qualifications as well as employment references.

Please only apply for these roles if you are eligible to work in New Zealand.

To apply for this vacancy, visit www.nash.org.nz/vacancies to complete an online application form or direct enquiries to:

Marie Pearce
Human Resources Coordinator
Direct Dial: 07 9858109
marie.pearce@nash.org.nz

To download position description, click the link below:

kmans-nurse-2021

To apply for this job:

Apply Online Here

Family Start Kaiawhina - Te Kaitiaki a Hineteiwaiwa

Applications open

Te Tohu o Te Ora o Ngati Awa is one of the largest Iwi providers of integrated social, health and education services in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.

We are seeking people who are enthusiastic, motivated, well organised and thrive on challenges for the following fulltime role.

Te Kaitiaki a Hineteiwaiwa

 Te Wahakura a Hineteiwaiwa represents a cradle of services to support the wellbeing of Tamariki and whanau.

The suite of wrap around services that are delivered under Te Wahakura a Hineteiwaiwa includes the following services:

  • Te Whakamanahia Te Waiu (Breastfeeding)
  • Kaupapa Maori Antenatal and Parenting Service
  • SUDI – Safe Sleep
  • Family Start
  • Tamariki Ora/Well Child Service

Skills and Experience:

  • Qualified/Registered/Eligible for registration with Social Work Registration Board.
  • Experience working with tamariki and whanau
  • Proven ability to complete complex child and parenting case assessments and case work.
  • Effective communication skills
  • Knowledge of Te Reo me ona Tikanga Maori
  • Excellent knowledge of community services for tamariki/whanau
  • Great computer skills
  • Current clean full drivers’ licence

Please only apply for these roles if you are eligible to work in New Zealand.

To apply for this vacancy visit https://nash.org.nz/vacancies to complete an online application form or direct enquiries to:

Marie Pearce
Human Resources Coordinator
07 3060096 Ext 802
marie.pearce@nash.org.nz

To download position description, click the link below:

Download Position Description

To apply for this job:

Apply Online Here

Early Childhood Teachers

Applications open

We are looking for Early Childhood Teachers to join our team in Whakatane!

Due to expansion of our Early Childhood Centre we are seeking 2 Full Time ECE Teachers and Casual/Relief Teachers Kei te rapu kaiako matou.

He ngakau nui ki te Whakaako I nga tamariki nohinohi.

You will be enthusiastic, highly motivated, flexible, positive and committed to ensuring quality education and care for children.

We are looking for someone with:

  • Experience with childcare Teachers Registration with the Education Council Enthusiasm and adaptability
  • Openess to new experiences and philosophies
  • Exceptional skills in building and maintaining strong relationships

Come and enjoy being a part of a close-knit, supportive, passionate team!

All applicants will be subject to a police check and must be able to provide proof of qualifications as well as employment references.

To apply for this job:

Application for Employment (cognitoforms.com)