Kaiārahi, Pōkapu Hapori

  • Full Time
  • Mataatua
  • Applications have closed.

Community Hub Coordinator |Full Time, Permanent

Ko wai mātou | 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.

Te Pōkapu Hapori is a new Community Hub initiative that aims to support and restore the Mana and Mauri to our most vulnerable whānau, assisting them towards wellness, sustainable employment, and housing independence, under a Kaupapa Māori framework. Recognising the respective strengths and aroha for vulnerable whānau, Te Puna Ora o Mataatua and Waiariki Whānau Mentoring have collaborated to provide this exciting opportunity for Mātaatua.

He aha te tūnga | About the role

This is a new role that will support our latest initiative, the Community Hub. We’re looking for an engaged and well networked member of the hāpori, someone who enjoys being a whānau champion, supporting and advocating for whānau during difficult times. What sets you apart from others is your ability to walk in the shoes of the whānau you serve, all whilst providing quality wraparound care and support, to improve their overall wellbeing.

Your whānau centric approach coupled with your ability to enhance the mana of the people around you, will enable you to build trusting relationships with not only whānau, but our stakeholders and kaimahi too. Your experience helping our most vulnerable whānau, will enable you to hit the ground running, so you can get straight into the meaningful mahi that fills your cup, such as assessing whānau needs, making referrals as appropriate, and creating and implementing whānau ora plans.

Nga pūkenga me whai | Your skills and experience

So you can hit the ground running, we’d expect you to bring a few things to the table such as:

  • Proven established networks within the community including the vulnerable and homeless
  • Experience working with whānau to achieve their whānau plans using mixed mode consultations
  • Exceptional relationships with local external stakeholders
  • Strong administration background and is familiar with industry ethics, organisational policies, and processes.

Nāku te rourou, nāu te rourou, ka ora ai te iwi

We are a supportive Kaupapa Māori organisation, committed to developing our kaimahi. As well as offering an attractive professional development budget and pathways for career development, we have several opportunities to whakapiki wairua including mau rakau, Reo Māori wānanga and instant access to leave.

If you’re passionate about our hāpori as much as we are, then we’d love to hear from you!

Tukua mai tō tono inaianei | Apply Now

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

For a confidential discussion, contact Pamai Simpson, HR Team Lead on 021 032 6103 or pamai.simpson@tpoom.co.nz.

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