We currently have three vacancies to fill:
- Whānau Ora Navigator (working with women in prison)
- Te Ao Māori Programme Tutor/Facilitator
- Māori Tutor
Please see further details below
WHANAU ORA NAVIGATOR – WORKING WITH WOMEN IN PRISON
FULL TIME POSITION
THIS IS AN EXCITING OPPORTUNITY FOR THE RIGHT PERSON WHO IS INTERESTED IN THE RE-INTEGRATION OF FEMALE 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 rehabilitation 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.
- 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
TE AO MĀORI PROGRAMME TUTOR/FACILITATOR
We are looking for a Tutor/Facilitator to deliver our Te Ao Māori programme for (up to) 15 hours per week. Located at Ngā Hau E Whā National Marae, this is the perfect venue for delivery, being surrounded by rich cultural heritage.
The programme is designed to help whānau explore their identity through developing a better understanding of Te Ao Māori within today’s society. It enhances cultural connectedness through activities such as: learning Marae protocols, speaking Te Reo Māori, and visiting sites of cultural significance.
The programme is made up of a series of workshops and activities to assist people: strengthen their cultural identity, pursue their passion/further learning, encourage opportunities for employment.
If you are fluent in Te Reo Māori and have a good understanding of Tikanga/Kawa, this may be the role for you.
We are seeking a part-time Māori Tutor to assist with the delivery of our National Certificate in Health and Well-being Course (Level 4).
Prospective candidates should have a strong grasp on Te Reo Māori, Waiata, Tikanga and a working knowledge of Te Tiriti o Waitangi. Previous experience in the education field is preferable.
For further information about any of the roles above, please email Tania Curtis (HR Manager) on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or if you would like to submit your cv in consideration of any of the above roles, please do so via this link: Register here