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 - Whānau Kaiarahi
Applications close: 5pm, 28 January 2022

Toiora Whānau Service are looking for an energetic, full time Kaitūruki - Whānau Kaiarahi to join our team. 

 

The role of the Kaitūruki – Whānau Kaiarahi is to connect whānau with opportunities, pathways and tools that develop their full potential and support them on their journey towards achieving their dreams and aspirations.  This role will work to identify opportunities, support to access and navigate avenues to address needs, enhance and consolidate strengths and empower whānau to become leaders in whānau, hapū, iwi and the wider community.

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Kaitūruki He Puna Ora
Applications close: 5pm, 31 January 2022

Do you have a strong sense of social justice and would you like to make a difference in the lives of māmā, pēpi and whānau who do not have strong relationships with services in the community? 

Do you enjoy a challenge and want to be part of a team working with māmā, pēpi and whānau who have complex needs and are currently exposed to AOD and who find it difficult engaging with clinical services for support?

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Alcohol and Other Drug Practitioner
Applications close: Open

Waiora Hinengaro (Vocations, Mental Health and Addiction Services) at Te Oranganui have two Alcohol and other Drug positions in the team. Your work will include both one to one with tangata whai ora and whānau as well as being part of the community group programmes. Your practice will need to be based on whānau ora with the knowledge and skill of addiction work.

 

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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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Kaitūruki Family Start
Applications close: Open

We are seeking a Kaitūruki to join the Family Start team in Te Puawai Whanau. This role focuses on building whanau to achieve outcomes and work with their tamariki to have the best start in life. The role works across health, education, justice and social outcome domains. 

 

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