Mon to Fri 8.30am to 5.00pm perm role based in Hamilton / Kirikiriroa.
Extra annual leave, income protection & subsidised holiday programmes.
He tāngata manaaki mātou, do you uplift and celebrate others?
Join an exciting and innovative service that provides housing solutions for the people we support in the Waikato!
LinkPeople Mō mātou
LinkPeople recognises that housing and homelessness are complex issues that require a community wide approach, where key organisations come together to work collaboratively to support people to access and retain housing.
Having a home and successfully navigating health and social services are both critical success factors in delivering positive health and social outcomes.
The benefits Ngā āhuatanga kei a mātou
Extra annual leave after 12 months employment
Income protection insurance
Subsidies for school holiday childcare’s programmes
EAP support services
1 : 1 ongoing coaching
Discount at Specsavers for you and your family members
Discounted plans with Southern Cross for medical insurance
Special banking treatments for Westpac customers
A great team around you every day, working in an organisation that believes in its purpose
The role Mō tēnei tūranga mahi
The community housing-based service has a strong focus on collaborating with other services to support whānau wellbeing and housing stability.
In this role you will work closely with key stakeholders to :
Review and coordinate housing referrals using a whānau centred approach
Undertake assessments and reviews focused on the whānau wellbeing and housing needs
Build enduring relationships with the people you support and work with them to minimise any barriers to housing or housing stability
Work in partnership with other agencies working in the housing and social space, to support people to access housing and sustain their housing.
Identify on-going support and safety needs and wrap around plans for whānau in social housing to help them progress their living situation in line with their goals and aspirations
About You Mōu
We’d love to hear from individuals who have experience in the family / whānau and social sectors.
A confident communicator and relationship builder
Ability to work at pace and flourish under pressure
Proficiency in record keeping and exceptional ability to organise and coordinate multiple tasks.
Knowledge of, and demonstrable commitment to, the principles of the Te Tiriti o Waitangi and working with Māori and Pasifika.
A current full New Zealand driver’s licence.
A Level 4 certificate in Health or Social Services or be committed to studying towards this qualification while working.