• 37.5 hours a week
• Immediate start
Our Tu Maia Rangatahi service is an integrated wrap-around service for rangatahi between 16-24 years of age and due to significant growth in the organisation, we are looking for someone to lead this service.
Some of the key components of this role are developing and leading a team to deliver an effective and meaningful service to rangatahi and their whanau; forging employment pathways for our rangatahi; and ensuring the key deliverables of our service contract are fulfilled.
The ability to identify and empathise with vulnerable rangatahi and their whānau is an important quality for this role, as is strong team leadership and the ability to network and build relationships that will benefit our rangatahi in the community. Some industry experience or proven rangatahi success would be a bonus.
Te Poutokomanawa o Te Puna Ora is a framework that underpins everything we do at Te Puna Ora o Mātaatua, therefore a genuine cultural alignment to our organisation, a strong commitment to the principles outlined in the framework, and improving health outcomes for Māori is vital.
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 is key.
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. For the counsellor role, a relevant professional qualification is also necessary.
This is your opportunity to add real value in our community, in an organisation where improving health outcomes for Māori is at the forefront.
We are now looking for a GP to work 6 sessions a week alongside our lead GP and nurse practitioner in our purpose-built medical centre.
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, tikanga and te reo Māori, and improving health outcomes for Māori, is as vital as a relevant professional qualification.Experience in a kaupapa Māori environment or not-for-profit would be great, but it is not essential. However, a genuine cultural alignment is.
This is your opportunity to add real value in our community. And as a staff member, you will be well looked after; our salaries are aligned to the national index and every employee gets a professional development budget.
For a full list of job requirements, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday, 27 September 2020.
Te Puna Ora o Mātaatua is growing in leaps and bounds and we will have many more new clinical and non-clinical vacancies over the next three months. If you’re looking to make a career move in an organisation that values innovation and excellence, and you think you have something to offer our whānau, WATCH THIS SPACE!
Due to significant growth across the organisation we are advertising for a new Chief Financial Officer to join our Executive Leadership Team. Te Puna Ora o Mataatua is now the largest regional Māori provider in the country.
The position will oversee the financial, administrative and human resources of the organisation and has six direct reports. Key responsibilities including management of financial strategy, financial reforecasting, budgets and payroll; overseeing all financial reporting; implementing financial and risk management systems and delegated authorities; oversight of organisational administration and maintaining relationships with key regional and national stakeholders.
Relevant qualifications in finance and/or accounting is vital with at least 10 years working across the sector; demonstrated experience in managing staff and working under-pressure also required.
We are short of support workers to look after our clients in Tauranga. We need people who are happy to travel around Bethlehem, Gate Pa, Welcome Bay, Tauranga General, Mt Maunganui, and Papamoa.
There is a range of work from personal cares to housework and meal preparation. We are also always looking for exceptional support workers for the Eastern Bay area.
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.
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Successful Applicants will receive telephone assessment by one of our Service Coordinators for ACC clients.