Vacancies

 

Current Vacancies at Te Runanga o Nga Maata Waka:  

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whanau ora navigator - christchurch women's prison

Full time position

 this is an exciting opportunity for the right person who is interested in the re-integration of women prisoners and their transition back into the community

The purpose of the Whanau Ora Navigator is to engage with these women and their whanau individually and collectively, in a manner that strengthens the position of these women to be more self-managing.

The navigator formulates and enhances a kaupapa Maori values-based rehabilitation pathway. This pathway will provide enduring rehabiliation and re-integration for women within the context of Te Ao Maori.

Eligible women will be supported through interventions that will enrich their cultural identity.

The role entails operating with a Whanau Ora approach that builds cohesive, resilient and nurturing healthy lifestyles for whanau.

 

You must:

  • have a full clean NZ drivers licence
  • have a clean criminal record.
  • be able to legally work in NZ

Ideally you will: 

  • have a minimum of three years working in the community, social, education, justice or health sectors
  • be able to work independently and as part of a multi-disciplinary team
  • have excellent communication skills
  • have a knowledge of database and have good computer skills
  • have a good understanding of Tikanga and Kaupapa Maori values and principle

If you think this position is for you, then please contact Jeanette Campbell on info@maatawaka.org.nz or ring: 021 278 2552 for more information.



whanau ora navigator - WORKING WITHIN SCHOOLS ON CHRISTCHURCH'S EAST SIDE

Full time position

 This position will provide services to those whanau residing in Christchurch East with a particular focus on Tamariki / Rangatahi

The role of the Whanau Ora Navigator is to respond to whanau in particular need of support especially those whanau with Tamariki / Rangatahi attending Linwood College, Haeata College and contributing primary schools, early childhood centres/kohanga reo.

The navigator will work with whanau members both individually and collectively building whanau capability in a manner that supports whanau to be self managing.

Additional support will be provided through specific projects that will target the implementation of whanau plans, enhance existing services and seek out opportunities to achieve the aspirations of whanau.

You must:

  • have a full clean NZ drivers licence
  • have a clean criminal record.
  • be able to legally work in NZ

Ideally you will: 

  • have a minimum of three years working in the community, social, education, justice or health sectors
  • be able to work independently and as part of a multi-disciplinary team
  • have excellent communication skills
  • have a knowledge of database and have good computer skills
  • have a good understanding of Tikanga and Kaupapa Maori values and principle

 

If you think this position is for you, then please contact Jeanette Campbell on info@maatawaka.org.nz or ring: 021 278 2552 for more information.