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A little over four years ago, our organisation had a total of 16 staff. Before the end of 2020, we will have over 70, supported by an additional 600 support workers around the region.
Te Puna Ora o Mataatua is now the largest regional Māori provider across the country. We are on the frontlines of innovation, equity and intergenerational transformation. Nothing is insurmountable. Come and join us.  

Health & Medical Academy (8 Positions)

Te Puna Ora o Mataatua has recently been awarded funding by the PGF to establish a Health and Medical Academy in Whakatāne. It will provide an integrated wrap-around service for adult job seekers (25-55 years of age) and place them into long-term employment or training across the Health sector.

The Health and Medical Academy will be located by the Nursing School at Awanuiārangi.

We are inviting applications for the following 8 positions:

The roles are either permanent part-time or permanent full-time. Click on the links above to read the job descriptions.

The academy will eventually have a team of up to 10 members. More information about the Academy can be found here.

To apply, or for a confidential discussion about these positions, contact Tanira Raureti, HR Manager, on 021 033 0020 or tanira.raureti@tpoom.co.nz by Friday 4 November 2020.

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Tū Māia Rangatahi Hub Team Lead

Our Tū Māia Rangatahi service is an integrated wrap-around service for rangatahi between 16-24 years of age and seeks to place them into long-term employment or training.

We are inviting applications for the role of Rangatahi Hub Team-Lead.

The role is permanent full-time (1.0 FTE) and will be based at the Rangatahi Hub on King Street, Kopeopeo.

The team lead will be responsible for leading a team of up to 5 staff members and oversee a whānau ora integrated model in assisting our rangatahi to realise their career aspirations.

You will need to have the following skills:

  • Leadership skills
  • Operational delivery experience and/or knowledge
  • Knowledge of whanau ora/integrated models
  • Strong communition and interpersonal skills; and
  • Knoweldge of te reo and tikanga Māori.

Read the job description here.

To apply, or for a confidential discussion about this position, contact Tanira Raureti, HR Manager on 021 033 0020 or Tanira.raureti@tpoom.co.nz by Wednesday, 27 October 2020.

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Intermediate Accountant

Our Finance team is rapidly growing. It manages the finances of over 16 different contracts from a range of government agencies and a payroll of over 600 support-workers. The team is also part of national negotiations around equity formulas that will impact Māori across the country.

We are inviting applications for the role of Intermediate Accountant.

The role is permanent full-time (1.0 FTE) and is based in the offices located in Kopeopeo, Whakatāne.

The successful applicant will join a finance team of 5 staff members.

You will need to have the following skills:

  • Knowledge of payroll, receivables and payables;
  • Financial reporting and administration;
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills; and
  • Knowledge of te reo and tikanga Maori.

Read the job description here.

To apply, or for a confidential discussion, contact Tanira Raureti, HR Manager on 021 033 0020 or tanira.raureti@tpoom.co.nz by Sunday the 25th October.

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General Practitioner

Med Central is a growing practice in the heart of Whakatāne and is the cornerstone of the COVID-19 mobile response across the Eastern Bay of Plenty. It will be moving into a purpose-building medical centre by January 2021.

We are inviting applications for the role of General Practitioner.

The role is permanent part-time. Up to 6 sessions per week or 0.6 FTE and will be based at our new Medical clinic on King Street, Kopeopeo.

The applicant will join a team of 6, including another GP and Nurse Practitioner.

Read the job description here.

To apply, or for a confidential discussion about either of these positions, contact Tanira Raureti, HR Manager on 021 033 0020 or tanira.raureti@tpoom.co.nz by 31 October 2020.

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Integration Programme Administrator

Our integration team was established in 2019 after receiving innovation funding from the Ministry of Health. The team develops the tools, processors and systems that allow an integrated whānau ora approach to service delivery combining a range of seperate contracts from different government agencies.

We are inviting applications for the role of Integration Programme Administrator.

The role is permanent full-time (1.0 FTE) and is based in our offices located in Kopeopeo, Whakatāne.

The successful applicant will join a small dynamic team that has an overarching organisational reach and convenes the Multi-Disciplinary Team.

Skill Attributes:

  • Overseeing the administration of the integration programme;
  • Managing public and stakeholder enquires;
  • Assist in policy design;
  • Working with digital interfaces, social media and client management systems;
  • Coordinating information and data management; and
  • Undertaking executive tasks and projects.

Read the job description here.

For further information on the programme refer to Next Generation Whānau Ora Model.

To apply, or for a confidential discussion, contact Tanira Raureti, HR Manager, on 021 033 0020 or tanira.raureti@tpoom.co.nz by Friday 4 November 2020.

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Integration Kaiārahi Coordinator

Our integration team was established in 2019 after receiving innovation funding from the Ministry of Health. The team develops the tools, processors and systems that allow an integrated whānau ora approach to service delivery combining a range of seperate contracts from different government agencies.

We are inviting applications for the role of Integration Kaiārahi Coordinator.

The role is permanent full-time(1.0 FTE) and is based in our offices located in Kopeopeo, Whakatāne.

The successful applicant will join a small dynamic team that has an overarching organisational research that also convenes the Multi-Disciplinary Team.

Skill Attributes:

  • Designing and implementing Whānau Ora plans;
  • Coordination of information and data management;
  • Whānau Ora based research;
  • Communications and public consultation; and
  • Delivering monitoring and reporting requirements.

Read the Job Description here.

For further information on the programme refer to Next Generation Whānau Ora Model.

To apply, or for a confidential discussion, contact Tanira Raureti, HR Manager, on 021 033 0020 or tanira.raureti@tpoom.co.nz by Friday 4 November 2020.

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