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Health & Safety Co-Ordinator I Permanent, Fulltime

Ko wai mātou I About us

Te Puna Ora o Mātaatua is the leading regional Māori health and wellbeing provider in the country. Established in 1991, Te Puna Ora o Mātaatua delivers an integrated range of community health, general medical, homebased, and social services within the Mātaatua rohe, mai ngā kuri a whārei ki Tihirau.

 

He aha te tūnga I About the role

This is an awesome opportunity for someone to carve out a career in the field of health and safety, working for a leading regional Māori health and wellbeing provider in the country.

Established in 1991, Te Puna Ora o Mātaatua delivers an integrated range of community health, general medical, homebased and social services within the Mātaatua rohe.

We have experienced considerable growth over the past five years, to an extent now that we are building up our back of house roles.

Health and Safety is an area that we take seriously, and we’re looking for the right person to step into this role and really make it their own.

 

Nga pūkenga me whai I Your skills and experience

Based in Whakatane, our Health and Safety team is made up of a Health and Safety Manager, H&S Co-ordinator, Kaihaumaru (security), and our Waka Manaaki driver.

You will be coached and mentored into:

• Providing expert health and safety advice to staff and management

• Co-ordinating the reporting of our health and safety activities, including carrying out investigations and making recommendations, and leading our monthly health and safety rep hui

• Managing Bware, our new health and safety automated system

• Promoting a safe working environment and culture, and implementing health and safety strategies and best practice across the organisation.

This is a role suited to someone who with experience in a similar role, who is accustomed to adapting to the changing needs of a busy and diverse organisation. With over 500 kaimahi including support workers, this role requires someone with demonstrated ability to work autonomously, who can keep their finger on the pulse at all times. You will be fully abreast of the Health and Safety in Employment legislation and have the confidence and knowledge to ensure the health and safety of kaimahi and the people we serve.

A sound knowledge, or a willingness to learn te reo me ona tikanga is important in this role, as is the ability to work in a kaupapa Māori setting. A genuine alignment and commitment to Te Ao Māori principles in the workplace is also important for this role.

We are a supportive organisation, committed to developing our kaimahi in terms of professional development and pathways for growth. If you’re passionate about our hapori and tangata as much as we are, then we’d love to hear from you!

Te Poutokomanawa o Te Puna Ora is a framework that underpins everything we do at Te Puna Ora o Mātaatua, therefore a strong commitment to the principles outlined in the framework is vital.

This is your opportunity to add real value in our community, in an organisation where improving health outcomes for Māori is at the forefront.

Tukua mai tō tono inaianei I Apply Here

To apply, please complete our online Application for Employment Form by 5pm on Friday, 12th July 2024.

For information or a confidential discussion about the role, please contact Pamai Simpson HR Manager on 021 032 6103 or pamai.simpson@tpoom.co.nz

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