Closing date: Tuesday, 16 February 2021
Our Child, Adolescent and Family (CAF) North team is a specialist team that provides assessment and treatment of young people up to 18 years of age (older if still at High School) who present with moderate to severe mental health problems, and their families. The clinicians on the team have a range of skills and areas of clinical expertise who are committed and work hard for young people living in the North of Christchurch and Canterbury including Rangiora.
You’ll be a key clinician working as part of the multidisciplinary team, providing comprehensive psychiatric assessment, case management and therapeutic intervention for our clients – young people who have complex and changing needs. Some travel may be required for Outreach clinics.
This is a permanent, full-time opportunity working 40 hours per week. The days and hours associated with this position are Monday to Friday 8.00am to 5.00pm.
Closing date: Tuesday, 16 February 2021
Applications close Friday, 5 February 2021.
Full-time, permanent positions
Do you want to make a difference for tamariki, rangatahi and whānau? This is a great career development opportunity for a Social Worker to use the latest strengths-based tools and assessment frameworks in an exciting role at our Hamilton North site where we have a position available.
Applications Close: 11:59pm on Monday 25th January
Tāmaki Makaurau based, with regular national travel
This is an exciting opportunity for someone to join us in a newly established role at a senior level, managing support services and regional work in RainbowYOUTH. You’ll have four direct reports, and oversee the wider support team of nine across Tāmaki Makaurau, Tai Tokerau, Moana-a-Toi and Taranaki.
The key responsibilities of the role include developing and implementing policy and procedures across our support work, ensuring the team is well supported, and working alongside our Regional Coordinators and Managers to develop and maintain the services we deliver across Tai Tokerau (Northland), Taranaki and Moana-a-Toi (Bay of Plenty).
Applications close: 5.00pm Sunday 7 February 2021.
The Assistant National Operations Manager Supportive Housing is a new role, created in response to the ongoing growth of the service, which will support the National Operations Manager in the overall management of operations.
Key accountabilities include operational support to management and staff nationwide, contract monitoring and reporting, stakeholder engagement, strategy planning and implementation, service and workforce development, quality management, and cultural safety.
Applications close on Thursday, 18 February 2021 (extended).
Rewarding role within a supportive, well established team.
Permanent, full-time position (80 hrs/fortnight) with on call.
In Marlborough, Adult Mental Health Services are delivered by an established multi-disciplinary team based at the Wairau Hospital in Blenheim. This team delivers a comprehensive clinical resource to those affected by acute or enduring severe mental illness.
In addition to caseload responsibilities, duties will include assessment and acute management of individuals presenting with mental health problems, both within and outside of hours. Normal hours of work are between 8.00AM and 4.30PM, Monday to Sunday. Participation in on call roster is required. This role also requires the post holder to hold the position of, and undertake duties pertaining to, a Duly Authorised Officer.
Closing date: 3 February 2021.
Our Child, Adolescent and Family Mental Health Service – South Community and Outreach team is a specialist mental health service that provides assessment and treatment of young people up to 18 years of age (older if still at high school) who present with serious mental health problems, and their families/whānau. Our catchment area is Christchurch to Ashburton – with our base currently in Cashmere and outreach clinics in Rolleston and Ashburton.
We have an exciting opportunity for an NZ Registered Social Worker to join us in this Case Management role. This is challenging and demanding work within a supportive team. Our clinicians have a range of skills and areas of clinical expertise who are committed and work hard for young people living in the south of Christchurch and Canterbury. We also have a passion for ensuring opportunities for the continued professional development of our team.
This is a fixed-term, full-time opportunity (40hrs per week Monday to Friday) until approximately January 2022, based at The Princess Margaret Hospital.
Applications close Monday, 1 February 2021.
Our team of social workers are a tight knit group who work closely together, and share our Oranga Tamariki values. We are united in our commitment to improving outcomes for Maori and a collaborative approach with whānau, Hapu (Ngati Waewae and Makaawhio) and Iwi.
We are looking for an experienced statutory Social Worker to work in the Kawatiri/Westport community of the West Coast. The role will be varied and generic including safety planning and Hui-a-whanau, assessments, Family Group Conference monitoring and working in the care space to achieve permanency for our tamariki. You will be fully supported by the wider West Coast team and our community whanau colleagues to achieve the optimum for our Kawatiri tamariki and whanau.
Closing Date: 3rd February 2021 . Please note this advert may close if a suitable candidate is found prior to the closing date.
This is a full-time position working 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 5.00pm, based in Hamilton and working across Hamilton and surrounds.
Joining a highly skilled and passionate team that shares a strong sense of social justice, you’ll work in partnership with other agencies, who are working in the housing and health space, to support people who access mental health and addiction services. You will lead a team who work alongside people who have housing needs and require support to achieve housing stability. You’ll work within a housing first philosophy while also ensuring we meet the outcomes and expectations of our stakeholders and partners.
Applications close on Monday, 1 February 2021.
Supervisor Social Worker, Care & Protection – Hamilton North, Waikato
Do you want to make a genuine, positive impact on the lives of tamariki, rangatahi and whānau? 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 our Waikato site. We have a great opportunity for an experienced Supervisor or Social Worker with recent and relevant acting up supervisor or similar experience to lead a team of experienced Social Workers.
Advert placed: 18 January 2020.
Age Concern Auckland operates to meet the needs of people aged 65+ across Auckland region. We are committed to promoting wellbeing, rights, respect and dignity for older people. Our vision is that older people live a valued life in an inclusive society.
Age Concern Auckland is a registered charity, we are part of a nationwide network of 33 Age Concerns.
Age Concern Auckland’s Intervention Service is a wraparound service that takes a holistic approach to the well-being of older people, and supports their financial, physical, emotional, cultural and mental needs. Our team includes professional social workers and other professionals, aims to move people from a position of vulnerability to one of resilience and includes the Field Social Worker, Elder Abuse and Neglect Response Services, Counselling and Asian Service.
This is a fulltime position (35-40 hours per week), located at our North Shore office.