Tui Ora is a holistic, kaupapa Māori organisation, providing a range of services to people in Taranaki. We employ passionate, professional staff to fit with our whānau team culture. We value highly skilled, and committed, community-focussed individuals to support our kaupapa.
We have the following vacancies within our Oranga Hinengaro services:
To apply and to view a full position description for each role, please visit https://vacancies.tuiora.co.nz/Vacancy/VacancyList
Community Mental Health Nurse/Allied Health—0.90 FTE
- This role will provide a recovery-oriented community-based assessment, treatment and therapy service for Tāngata Whaiora who have severe mental health problems/disorders
Early Intervention clinician—1.0 FTE
- This role will provide a recovery-oriented community-based assessment, treatment and therapy service for Tāngata Whaiora who have first presentation to mental health services
- Have a minimum of two years’ experience in mental health
Mobile Intensive Treatment Clinician—1.0 FTE
- Have a minimum of two years’ experience in mental health high & complex needs
- Will be part of a multi-disciplinary team with skills and experience in mental health intervention, treatment and support.
Pāhake Whaiora: Mental Health of Older Person (MHOP) Specialist—0.80 FTE
- In this role, you will work with community pathways, related to mental health disorders, including serious behaviour and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD)
- Varying and challenging, this role recognises the need for support environments for whānau experiencing ageing as a natural process. Tui Ora cherishes our elders and their wellbeing.
Te Whare Mahana & Tira Motuhake Service Registered Nurses—Permanent 1.0 FTE and Casual
- This role will provide clinical support to whānau and clinical oversight of non-clinical Kaimahi
- The Registered Nurse will support whānau to achieve their whānau goals and recovery while in Te Whare Mahana Tui Ora residential whare and/or Tira Motuhake community support
- Will be part of the ‘on call’ roster to provide clinical assistance between the period of 22.45 to 07.00
Te Whare Mahana & Tira Motuhake Recovery Support Worker—Casual
- The role will support whānau to achieve their whānau goals and recovery while in Te Whare Mahana Tui Ora residential whare and/or Tira Motuhake community support
- Will require National Certificate in Mental Health (Level 4) or working towards attaining.
Tui Ora is committed to the application of the Children’s Act 2014 and its intent to improve the safety of all children. These positions are not for Children's Worker as defined by the Act, however, safety checking for employment will be required for these roles.
Skills and experience required
Qualified health professionals, registered with a health or social service professional body
Current practicing certificate
Experience working in mental health service delivery and with evidence-based practice
Existing networks within the Taranaki community
Experience in applying Tikanga Maori as it applies in the roles
A full NZ Driver Licence is essential.
Some of the benefits we offer
Work with a skilled and motivated team of professionals who are supportive and work collaboratively
Annual influenza vaccination
Tui Ora Day (a day to spend with Whānau)
Employment Assistance Programme
Professional, fun and vibrant working environments.
You must be eligible to work in New Zealand to be considered for these positions.
Applications Close: 12 noon, 12 September 2019
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