Applications close 4pm on Wed 11 September.
Geraldine Community Resource Centre is currently seeking a part-time community based Social Worker for 8 hours per week to join our Geraldine Community Wellbeing project. Day(s) worked are negotiable. If you are a qualified and experienced social worker who wants to make a difference for Geraldine people and families, then we want to hear from you.
Applications close 4pm on Wed 11 September.
Closing date : 29 August 2019
CADS, the largest provider of alcohol and drug services in NZ, is looking for a Clinical Supervisor to join our Pregnancy and Parental Service (PPS) which has recently undergone significant expansion.
PPS is a multi-disciplinary regional service which works with pregnant women and parents of children under three years of age who have alcohol and drug issues and are poorly connected to health and social services who are experiencing multiple and complex problems with issues such as alcohol and other drugs (AOD), family violence, physical and mental health, inadequate housing, poverty and lack of social supports.
Applications close: 8 September 2019
We are seeking a Child Protection Coordinator to support the maintenance and development of effective and integrated systems for child protection across the Auckland DHB and the greater Auckland region.
This is an exciting opportunity for a social worker to join the Haumaru Whānau – Violence Intervention Programme team. This role is being established to support the continued growth and development of the programme, whose goal it is to ensure Hawke’s Bay District Health Board (HBDHB) has a robust response for Whānau impacted by the range of social harms, including family violence, neglect, child abuse, suicide and addictions.» Read more
Closing date: Sunday, 15 September 2019.
The Cancer Support role is part of the cancer psychological and social support initiative which aims to improve access to Psychological and Social Support Services for adults with cancer. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of the team that develops and sets up the Psychological and Social Support Service, in line with Ministry of Health specifications, and in line with the goals and philosophies of the Southern Cancer Network.
Applications closes Thursday, 29 August 2019.
We have a fixed-term, full-time, position available within our Adult Community Mental Health team that provides high-quality comprehensive assessment and treatment for adults and their families living in the Nelson/ Tasman region. We enjoy a team culture of collaborative practice, openness, humour and respect across disciplines.» Read more
Applications Close: 1 September 2019
The Children’s ED at Starship Hospital is a fast paced department that provide services under skilled supervision and as part of a dynamic, experienced and highly supportive multi-disciplinary team.
As a social worker, your role will involve a high level of autonomy amongst the busy unit. The ability to utilise your past experience and exercise independent decision making is a key element of this role, and will offer a great development opportunity for an experienced clinician.
Expressions of Interest are requested before 31 October 2019.
IFSW Asia Pacific is seeking Expressions of Interest for:
One IFSW Asia Pacific Regional Commissioner (also called Main Representative for Asia Pacific Region) based in Bangkok and
Up to four IFSW Asia Pacific Regional Representatives to the UN Office in Bangkok (can based in any part of the Asia Pacific Region)
The overarching objective of IFSW representations to the UN is to represent a social work perspective to the UN and the UN Agencies and to work towards joint action based on social work principles. The IFSW UN work is led and coordinated by Priska Fleischlin within the IFSW United Nations Commission and representatives will focus on one or two themes (such as social protection, health…) that are relevant for global social work
Applications close: 5.00pm Wednesday 28 August 2019
The Salvation Army Bridge Services exist to provide safe, integrated, high quality treatment and support services to people whose lives have been affected by alcohol or substance use. In New Plymouth they provide residential services, which are known and recognised for being person-centred, caring, transformative and responsive.
As a key member of the management team, the Team Leader is responsible for maintaining and ensuring a high standard of day to day clinical practice, with key accountabilities including staff leadership and mentorship, service delivery, stakeholder engagement and quality improvement.
Applications close: Thursday, 29 August 2019
We are looking for a Youth Forensic Case Manager to join our team in Blenheim. In this role you will screen and assess youth who have offended and are affected by mental health, or alcohol and drug related issues. You will facilitate access to services for young people and develop comprehensive treatment and care plans. This is important work and we can’t do it alone. A big part of this role is working with other agencies and providers to offer a wrap-around service to our young people.
This is a permanent full-time position working 80 hours a fortnight.