Contractors, North and South Island Locations
Mapu Maia has received a 2-year contract to provide clinical support to Pacific and non-Pacific people who are survivors of abuse and trauma in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
This work will also require supporting people during public court hearings based in Auckland.
We are looking for registered and qualified counsellors or social workers who are available through a sub-contract arrangement. Hours per week will vary depending on your availability. This work will be suitable for those who are part time workers, semi-retired, studying part-time or self-employed contractors. The work is across the main centres in NZ and may require overnight stays in Auckland in some cases.
We offer a competitive sub-contract rate per session and daily rate for public hearings. This is a great opportunity to work alongside our dynamic clinical team.
About Mapu Maia
Mapu Maia was established in 2009 to provide Pacific counselling and public health service in the area of problem gambling. Since its set up in 2009, Mapu Maia services has evolved and expanded to include public health and health promotion, counselling in co-existing issues and other addictions, community advocacy, delivering psychoeducation and psychosocial programs on addictive behaviours in prisons, community settings and within external community providers.
Mapu Maia provides high quality, culturally appropriate and in-language services to individuals, families and communities that are affected by addictions, co-existing issues, family violence and other mental health issues.
With our staff located nationally and its business systems to support this, Mapu Maia offers services anywhere in New Zealand via telephone or online technology, with face-to-face services being offered around its physical locations of Auckland, Wellington City, Lower Hutt, Upper Hutt, Levin and Christchurch. Mapu Maia is staffed and managed by Pacific and to ensure it stays on mission and remains culturally relevant, is governed by a Pacific Board.
Currently funded by Ministry of Health (through PGF Group), Mapu Maia has successfully supported thousands of clients and communities and is often called upon by the Ministry of Health to provide leadership and consultation to other Pasifika gambling harm minimisation service providers.
For further information please contact Pesio Ah Honi on firstname.lastname@example.org or ring directly on 027 497 0021.
Website – www.mapumaia.nz