Community Workers

Te Oranganui employs a huge range of community based workers such as Social Workers, Mental Health Support Workers, Community Support Workers and much much more

Kaitūruki - Korowaitia Te Puna Waiora
Applications close: 28th May 2021

Waiora Hinengaro, the Vocations, Mental Health and Addiction Services, has an exciting new team that will do things differently. Korowaitia Te Puna Waiora will provide a primary mental health service using kaupapa Māori approaches for engagement, healing, supporting learning and connections grounded in mātauranga and pūrakau. 

Te Oranganui is seeking a Kaitūruki (Support Worker) to join this exciting new team which will be based in Waiora Hinengaro. This is a full time role, a NZQA Level 4 Certificate in Mental Health or Alcohol and Drug work is desired or the commitment to do a qualification is required.

 

For more information please click here.

Kaitūruki Clinical - Korowaitia Te Puna Waiora
Applications close: 28th May 2021

Waiora Hinengaro, the Vocations, Mental Health and Addiction Services, has an exciting new team that will do things differently. Korowaitia Te Puna Waiora will provide a primary mental health service using kaupapa Māori approaches for engagement, healing, supporting learning and connections grounded in mātauranga and pūrakau. 

Te Oranganui is seeking a Registered Clinician whose profession is covered  in the Health Assurance Act 2003 or the Social Work Registration Board 2019 and has a current practicing certificate. 

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Kaitūruki Kāinga Whānau Ora
Applications close: 14th June 2021

We are seeking a Kaitūruki to join the Kāinga Whānau Ora team in Toiora Whānau. The purpose of this role is to engage, empower and contribute to whānau reaching their fullest potential using Whānau Ora. The role will be focused on working alongside whānau in our Collective Impact Initiative - Kāinga Whānau Ora. 

 

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Kaitūruki Youth Justice Coordinator
Applications close: 14th June 2021

We are seeking a Kaitūruki Youth Justice Coordinator to join the Rangatahi team in Toiora Whānau. The purpose of this role is to ensure that children and young people are in loving families and communities where they can be safe, strong, connected and able to flourish. 

 

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COVID Whānau Ora Navigator
Applications close: Open

Te Oranganui is seeking a COVID Whānau Ora Navigator to join Te Waipuna Health.

This role is key to the delivery of the COVID-19 Vaccination programme to whānau, hapū and Iwi within the Whanganui rohe.

 

For more information please click here.

Community Support Worker
Applications close: Open

Te Taihāhā is looking for that special someone who can fit in with a team of fit, enthusiastic professionals who support those in the community with disabilities while helping them achieve their life goals, increase their independence and engage with communities.

 

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