Children’s Safety Practitioners, Auckland Region
Did you get into social work with the goal of improving the lives of vulnerable children? Then you’ll want to make the most of this opportunity.
- Work directly with vulnerable children and families to support positive change
- Experience in working with victims of family violence preferred
- Be a part of our professional & supportive team
If you’ve been looking for a rewarding social work role with a focus on children, then you’ve found it.
We are looking for social workers to join our team in the suburbs of central & north Auckland.
In this role you’ll:
- Work directly with vulnerable children and teens, and their whanau
- Encourage positive and lasting change
- Be a role model
- Work with a caseload of families
The difference with this role is that you’ll become involved early on. You’ll work alongside the young people as they grow, and be a long-term positive influence.
You’ll need a recognized social work degree and full clean driver’s licence & reliable vehicle. However, the most important thing you can bring is the genuine, heartfelt desire to help families build a positive future together.
In return for your skills, your knowledge, and your passion for your work, you’ll find plenty of team support, as well as opportunities for mentoring and development.
This is a full-time role and you must be available to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends as and when required.
Here at Shine we provide a range of effective, practical and innovative services that help thousands of adults and children affected by domestic abuse every year. We help both directly and indirectly through our frontline services and our professional training programmes.
Shine is part of Presbyterian Support. We’re a values-led organisation with a long history of providing community support services. Everything we do focuses on creating a ‘better life for everyone’. We partner with others to provide advocacy and trusted services to our clients. We’re also driven by compassion and respect for others, and we respect the Treaty of Waitangi.
Shine requires a commitment to living a violence-free lifestyle, both personally and professionally.
Closes on the 19th December 2018