Social Worker – Adult Community, Auckland

Work alongside a passionate interdisciplinary team made up of multiple allied health professionals to deliver patient-centred social work services in the community.

You will work alongside a supportive team in a fun, friendly and fast-paced environment where no two days are the same.

Due to the holiday period, interviews will take place during the week of 20th January 2020.

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Refugee Settlement Programme, Manager and Social Worker, Blenheim

Applications close at 5pm on 6 Jan 2020.

The Pathways to Settlement Manager is a Senior Social Worker who provides direct management to Social Workers, Settlement Case Workers, Settlement Cross Cultural Workers and the Volunteer Programme Lead.  Additionally the position oversees provision of client support and ensures safe practice.  The Pathways to Settlement Manager contributes to development of social work and settlement work within the service. The Pathways to Settlement Manager is responsible for building and maintaining networks with service providers in the community sector and ensuring referral routes into mainstream service providers.
The Social Worker provides comprehensive assessments, social work support and settlement support to former refugees settling in New Zealand to regain control of their lives.

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Senior Practitioner, Nelson

Full Time – Nelson “Supporting Families Caring for Children” Open Home Foundation (OHF) Nelson, is currently seeking a permanent full-time Senior Practitioner. OHF is committed to mobilising the mainstream Christian community to serve tamariki and whānau in Aotearoa New Zealand. We provide excellent training and development options for this challenging yet rewarding position. The successful applicant will have:  Registration with […]

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Haumaru Whānau Coordinator, Hawke’s Bay

72 hours per fortnight (0.9FTE)

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced senior clinician to provide specialist Intimate Partner Violence and child protection expertise and leadership of the Hawke’s Bay District Health Board (HBDHB) Violence Intervention Programmes (VIP).
The ability to work collaboratively and influence at a regional and national level along with excellent communication, facilitation and co-ordination skills is essential.
You will be committed to leading innovative practice, have knowledge of, and a demonstrated ability to achieve continuous improvement outcomes. You will also be committed to ongoing professional development, and a desire to maintain the exemplar status of the VIP programmes.
To be successful you will need to have an understanding of Te Reo Māori me ona tikanga, have worked with Māori whānau, have group facilitation skills, a desire to influence positive change, an interest in contributing to the well-being of our children and youth and their families/whanau.

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Social Worker – Invercargill

Application closes 20 December 2019

At Oranga Tamariki—Ministry for Children, our goal is to establish a multiagency approach to protecting and caring for New Zealand’s tamariki and rangatahi.
We are currently looking for a permanent full-time Social Worker to join our passionate and supportive team at our Invercargill site office. In this fast-paced role, you will be participating in developing and delivering plans to ensure the tamariki and rangatahi voices are heard. You will also be partnering with other agencies and the community to identify the best outcomes for all stakeholders. 
In order to make positive changes in the lives of our young people and families in our community, you will also be utilising the latest strength-based practice tools and assessment framework which will support and guide our clients to reach their best potential. 

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Social Workers – Whangarei

Are you passionate in making a real and positive difference to New Zealand’s tamariki and rangatahi? At Oranga Tamariki—Ministry for Children, we are passionate about caring for children and supporting families. Our goal is to establish a multiagency approach to protecting and caring for New Zealand’s most risk children and young people. Join a team with big hearts and a drive for getting things right for its children, young people and community. You can be part of a positive and collaborative team and help children and young people be safe, strong and thrive.

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Social Worker – Fixed Term – Whakatane

Applications close on Thursday 19th December 2019.

 Do you want to make a genuine, positive impact on the lives of tamariki, rangatahi and whānau? We have an exciting 6 months fixed term Social Worker opportunity available to join a supportive team who has each other’s backs every step of the way by using the latest strengths-based tools and assessment frameworks in Whakatane today.

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Social Worker – Wellington Region

Permanent, Full time – Wellington region 
Do you believe in the values of Oranga Tamariki? Are you an innovative practitioner who is committed to developing strong, trusting relationships with whanau, hapu and Iwi?
If you are passionate in making a real, positive impact to New Zealand’s tamariki and rangatahi look no further because we are currently looking for social workers to join our team in both Wellington and Porirua sites. We are seeking for a creative, highly organised, quick thinker and ideally (not essential) experienced practitioners who enjoy working in a fast paced and ever-changing environment. 

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Social Worker – Court Report Writer – Section 132, Canterbury Region

Applications close:  18 December 2019

Specialised role, focusing on court and report writing
Located anywhere in the Canterbury region
Assisting front line for periods of time on request
Assisting and mentoring in supporting new graduates on sites
The Canterbury Oranga Tamariki sites are working together in a new and exciting way. We currently have an opportunity available for 3 experienced Social Workers to move into the s132 Court Report Writer role.
The successful applicants will work across the sites in the Canterbury region.  You may be based at any of the Canterbury sites but will require travelling across the region.  

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Social Work Educator, Hamilton

Wintec’s Centre for Health and Social Practice is seeking a highly motivated and experienced, registered Social Worker to join the Bachelor of Social Work teaching team based in Hamilton.
This full-time role involves teaching social work students, contributing to the Bachelor of Social Work team projects, and conducting research. The Centre has a commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi partnership, and the Social Work degree is underpinned by an experiential approach to learning which links work, education, and personal and professional development. Importance is placed upon ensuring that graduates are work-ready and well prepared to gain employment or to enhance and extend employment opportunities.

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