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Social Services Roles - Te Rarawa Anga Mua - Kaitaia office

We are looking for vibrant, energetic role models to join our Iwi Social Service team.

Family Centered Services Kaimahi

To help whānau and families to become safe places to be, where there has been family violence.

Family Start Whānau Kaimahi

To develop and implement an individualised, goal-based programme that meets the needs of the parent/caregivers that will assist their development as a whānau. 

About the Roles

You will support parents/caregivers and whānau to achieve their goals and aspirations to contribute to all aspects of their social, emotional, physical, creative, cultural, and academic development.

What we need from you

• To be a registered qualified social worker with current practicing certificate or registered with S13 preferred or willing to work towards degree in Social Work.
• Experience working with people from different cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
• Sound written and oral communication skills.
• Good time management and organisational skills.
• Hold a clean full driver’s licence.
• NZ residency or a permanent NZ work visa.
• A strong sense of integrity, resilience and in-depth problem solving
• A strong understanding and commitment to goals and objectives.

What we can do for you

• Flexibility to support you and your whanau, so you can support others.
• An opportunity to work in a dynamic environment.
• An opportunity to make a difference, working with a range of cultures within Aotearoa / New Zealand
• Work with highly passionate people
• Fantastic location
• Lifestyle change
• A people focused culture

How to apply

Send us your CV in confidence. We can promise you that no two days will be the same.

For further information please email us at hr@terarawa.co.nz or call us on (09)408 0141 or

0800836726 (0800TEORANGA)

Applications close 5.00pm Friday 16th December 2022.

Downloadable documents:

Family Centered Services Kaimahi - Job Description

Family Start Whānau Kaimahi - Job Description

Application-pack.pdf