The Laura Fergusson Trust Canterbury is an independent, not-forprofit community and residential rehabilitation service provider. We specialise in providing rehabilitation services for people who have suffered acquired or traumatic brain injury and deliver these services in the community or within our residential rehabilitation service.We are looking for a Social Worker who has the following qualifications, skills…» Read more
Hurry as applications close on 28 April 2019.
We specialise in youth services and are passionate about doing the right thing for our rangatahi and whānau. We are a learning site, so we are open for those who wish to have their say to use their voice and help us grow. Our motto is work hard, play hard. Every day in our office is different; it’s busy because we’re all striving to do the right thing for our rangatahi and their whānau. We have a knowledgeable leadership team who are extremely supportive of what we’re doing and have our backs every step of the way.
Applications close 22 May 2019
If you would like a role in a challenging but supportive working environment, then this is the role for you. Flexibility, skilled communication and a thorough knowledge of community resources are key and desired. The successful applicant will have a demonstrated understanding of contemporary recovery centred service delivery as well.
Applications close at 5pm on 1 May 2019
Are you an experienced social worker with leadership skills who is passionate about making former refugees feel at home in New Zealand?Then we want to hear from you.We have an exciting opportunity for someone to join our Pathways to Settlement team as a manager in Invercargill, making a difference in the lives of former refugees from Colombia.
“Supporting Families Caring for Children”
The Open Home Foundation, a national Child and Family Support Service is currently seeking a person to lead our Southland Service Centre based in Invercargill.Responsibilities include managing all aspects of the social work and foster care practice, providing day to day team leadership and liaising with local service providers and government agencies.
Are you looking for an exciting new practice opportunity? The Open Home Foundation is currently seeking an experienced Social Worker to join a national team. The successful applicant will be based in Canterbury. The focus of this position is to advise and support caregivers as they create permanent homes for the children and young people in their care.This is a rewarding and satisfying role for someone who is skilled in; advocacy, advising, relationship building, and who relishes self-managing roles whilst still being part of a wider team.» Read more
Applications close: Thursday, 9 May 2019.» Read more
Closing Date for Applications: Friday 10 May 2019
Would you like a position where you: Journey alongside families and help them discover their strengths and resources, Help whānau achieve identified goals by building on their strengths, Provide therapeutic and educational groups that enhance whānau, Provide supervision and mentoring to team members, Build a community that enhances family/whānau wellbeing, Are part of a dynamic multi-disciplinary team
This Clinical Social Work role involves working in a multidisciplinary team on the Medical, Surgical and Assessment, Treatment and Rehabilitation Wards. You will be part of the wider Social Work team and report to the Social Work Team Leader.
As part of the Team you will provide a professional Social Work service for adult clients who are admitted to the Inpatient Wards. You will be part of the two year rotation including Adult Medical, Surgical, AT&R and Mental Health Inpatient Wards. The role also focuses on families, whanau, friends and supports that assist the progress of the client through the continuum of care from hospital to the community. The work includes; discharge planning, coordination of assessments, services and residential placements. Your work will involve counselling, advocacy and support to people with physical health and disability concerns, assisting people to deal with the emotional issues and changes in their lives.
Closing date: Sunday, 28 April 2019.
Permanent 0.5 FTE
The Social Worker role with the Invercargill Forensic Mental Health team provides comprehensive assessment, treatment, rehabilitation and monitoring of people identified as having moderate to severe mental illness and associated psychosocial issues.
This role is an essential part of our multi-disciplinary team and provides expert knowledge, skills and input to the care team. In this role you will work with and have the support of our multidisciplinary teams and will also work collaboratively with our partners in the health, NGO, criminal justice and corrections services etc.