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Te Puna o Te Aroha Maori Women’s Refuge

1. Kai Aromatawai - Programme Facilitator

Te Puna o Te Aroha Maori Women’s Refuge in Whangarei is looking for a Kai Aromatawai – who wants to make a difference. This is a full time 37.5 hours a week position. You will be facilitating MOJ Group and individual programmes. You will be reporting to the Kaihautu - Manager and have a passion to work with vulnerable families in Whangarei and surrounding communities through program facilitation.

You will have previous experience and extensive knowledge of the protocols, processes and standards of practice required to deliver a professional education programme.

A full driver's licence and positive vetting results under the Vulnerable Children's Act are also requirements.

The successful candidate will ideally have:
· Sound frameworks or models of practice relating to issues of domestic violence, parenting, drug and alcohol and care and protection
· Group facilitation experience
· Previous experience in a social service agency working with vulnerable families
· Experience of working with whanau, hapu or Iwi.
· A qualification in Social Work is desirable but not necessary
· Excellent administrative and organisational skills
· Flexible attitude and 'can do' approach
· High level of self-awareness
· Ability to multi task and deal with competing priorities
· Ability to work in a fluid and sometimes stressful environment

Nau mai haere mai we are a diverse, friendly and welcoming organisation, who work hard, and we'd love to have you join us.

Please email for position description and application form: vi@refuge.org.nz

Applications close: 5:00pm Friday 23rd October 2020

2. Iho Pumanawa - Community Advert

Te Puna o Te Aroha Maori Women’s Refuge in Whangarei is looking for a Iho Pumanawa –Community Advocate who wants to make a difference. This is a full time 37.5 hours a week position. You will be reporting to the Kaihautu - Manager and have a passion to work with vulnerable families in Whangarei and surrounding communities.

You will have previous experience and extensive knowledge of the protocols, processes and standards of practice required to deliver a professional and family centric service to the community.

A social work tertiary qualification and proven knowledge of relevant legislation and social work case management frameworks is essential to this role. A full driver's licence and positive vetting results under the Vulnerable Children's Act are also requirements.

The successful candidate will ideally have:

· Sound frameworks or models of practice relating to issues of domestic violence, parenting, drug and alcohol and care and protection
· Previous experience in a social service agency working with vulnerable families
· Experience of working with whanau, hapu or Iwi.
· A qualification in Social Work and/or extensive and relevant experience
· Excellent administrative and organisational skills
· Flexible attitude and 'can do' approach
· High level of self-awareness
· Ability to multi task and deal with competing priorities
· Ability to work in a fluid and sometimes stressful environment

Nau mai haere mai we are a diverse, friendly and welcoming organisation, who work hard, and we'd love to have you join us.

Please email for position description and application form:
vi@refuge.org.nz

Applications close: 5:00pm Friday 23rd October 2020



Te Puna o Te Aroha Women's Refuge

Phone 04 802 5079

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