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To apply for one of our roles, you'll need to fill out our Application for Employment form.

Health workers are required to have received their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccination by 11:59 pm on 15 November 2021, and received their second dose of the Covid-19 vaccination by 1 January 2022.

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Our Current Listings

Senior Accountant

Full time, permanent

Due to the exponential growth within our organisation, we have a great opportunity for a Senior Accountant, Kaiwhakahaere Tiaki Pūtea to join our finance team, ensuring our financial integrity is maintained at all times.        

Your solid accounting skills and experience will enable you to transition smoothly into our team, where you will be comfortable preparing reports and returns, supporting external auditors, developing, and maintaining processes, and providing the necessary leadership and supports to your fellow Kaimahi.

For this role, we are looking for someone who:

• Has a Bachelor’s degree in accounting, and a minimum of two years working in an accountancy firm or commercial environment

• Has experience preparing monthly management reports, GST, PAYE, and other statutory returns to a high standard

• Can prioritise work and meet tight deadlines

• Understands and can implement robust processes to drive overall efficiency

If you are an experienced Accountant looking for an opportunity to advance your career, in an organisation that is committed to supporting and celebrating your success, Nau Mai Haere mai!  Apply online with us now!

Read the job description here. To apply, please complete our online Application for Employment Form by 5pm on Wednesday, 25 May 2022.

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

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Clinical Counsellor

Permanent, Full-Time

Here at Te Puna Ora o Mataatua, we do things a little differently to meet the needs of our community.

Our Counsellors fuse together Clinical and Kaupapa Māori Frameworks to create a tailored approach for our whānau, who thrive as a result.

Now, our Ngā Mata Wai Ora team are in such high demand that we’ve had to develop this new role.

As Clinical Counsellor, you will join our team of highly skilled practitioners who specialise in fields such as AOD, mental health and ā wairua just to name a few. The beauty of this is you leverage off each other’s ‘superpowers’ and as a team, you’re able to provide high quality care and wraparound support to our whānau.

For this role, we are looking for someone who:

• Is registered to a professional body (Social Work or Counselling)

• Is experienced and comfortable facilitating group sessions

• Will make this role their own by building and maintaining strong relationships

• Can connect with whānau and people of all ages

If you are an experienced Clinical Counsellor looking for a fulfilling role in a supportive Māori organisation, apply online with us now!

Read the job description here. To apply, please complete our online Application for Employment Form by 5pm on Friday, 20 May 2022.

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

Apply Now

Support Workers

Do you aspire to care for our whanau in our community in their own homes?  We are looking for exceptional support workers in the Tauranga Moana and Eastern Bay of Plenty areas to commence mid January2022.

Support work tasks range from personal cares to household management and meal preparation.

You need to be reliable, flexible, good at communication and most importantly a friendly and caring person who will manaaki our clients.

The ideal applicants MUST have:

·      Their full vaccination and be able to provide proof of this

·      At least 3 years’ experience as a support worker

·      The ability to work alternative weekends

·      A Drivers Licence and reliable vehicle/transport

·      Good communication skills with young and elderly

We’re also on the lookout for Support Workers who are experienced in:

·      Providing support to our ACC clients

·      Supporting and assisting whanau in providing palliative care

·      Level 3 Qualification or higher is an advantage

Successful Applicants will receive a telephone assessment by one of our Service Coordinators.

Apply online

About our whānau

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.

We are growing so much that we have established some much-needed support roles so that our kaimahi can continue to deliver high level services to our community. Our current workforce is made up of 70+ kaimahi, and another 600+ support workers.

A key focus for all of these roles is picking up on the work that the leadership team has been doing, and establishing frameworks and processes.

We are a close-knit work whānau, and the ability to form strong working relationships with your team, whānau, and community are really important to us.

For all of these roles, you will need to have:

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