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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:

  • A commitment to the principles of Te Ao Māori
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • A genuine desire to achieve positive health outcomes for our people
  • Full driver’s license
  • Relevant qualification / experience
  • A general cultural alignment to kaupapa Māori service delivery.

Listings will be closed as they are filled.

To apply, please complete our Application for Employment form and then email your CV and cover letter to mahi@tpoom.co.nz.

For a confidential discussion about any of these roles, contact Tanira Raureti, HR Manager on 021 033 0020 or Tanira.raureti@tpoom.co.nz

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Our Current Listings

Finance Administrator

To be great in our small finance team, we need you to have a hands-on approach to your work.

The work will include a variety of payroll, receivables, payables, reporting and administration. You will be interacting with a range of people from external agencies to our staff everyday, so communication, attention to detail, and accuracy is crucial.

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

Read the job description here. For a confidential discussion about this position, or for a job description, contact Tanira Raureti, HR Manager on 021 033 0020.

To apply, please complete our Application for Employment form and email your CV to mahi@tpoom.co.nz, by Friday, 3 December 2021.

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Vaccinators

We are inviting expressions of interest from healthcare professionals with vaccination in their scope of practice to help us with our COVID-19 vaccination programme.

You will based in Whakatane but your mahi will take you throughout the rohe with our Mobile Site Testing team.

Working as a contractor, you will have the ability and flexibility to work the hours that suit you.

You will need to have the following:

  • Relevant healthcare qualification
  • Current vaccinator certification and training (Covid-19 training is not essential, as this can be provided)
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Knowledge of te reo and tikanga Maori

Covid-19 vaccination training will be provided.

Reduce the impact of COVID-19 in our hāpori, and apply to join our team.

To express your interest, please email mahi@tpoom.co.nz or for more information, feel free to contact Tanira Raureti (HR Manager) on 021 033 0020.

Email your application

Support Workers

We are in need of exceptional support workers.

Support work jobs are with our ACC and Homebased teams and can involve a range of hours and tasks from personal cares to housework and cooking.

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

The ideal applicants MUST have:

· The ability to work alternative weekend hours

· A Drivers Licence and reliable vehicle/transport

· Good communication skills with young and elderly


Preference will be given to those with:

· Previous experience in Home Based Support Services

· Certificate in Health and Wellbeing (or willing to work towards this)

However, attitude, people skills and a willingness to learn are the most important qualities for an applicant.

Successful Applicants will receive telephone assessment by one of our Service Coordinators for ACC clients.

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