Benefits include extra annual leave & kids school holiday programme subsidy
Permanent, full-time, Monday-Friday, 8.30am - 5.00pm
Two new roles available - one based in Tauranga, and another based in Thames OR Waihi
Ko te ahurei o te tamaiti arahia o tātou mahi - Let the uniqueness of the child guide our work
Whetu Marewa Rising Star
The Whetu Marewa (Rising Star) services aims to build the confidence, resilience & wellbeing of taiohi (young people) with mental health and addiction related issues by enabling access to a range of supported interventions.
Whetu Marewa provides mobile support in a community out-reach approach by offering a Clinician-led school and community-based clinics.
Ngā āhuatanga kei a mātou What we offer
Ongoing training and support in your role and career
Discount at Specsavers for you and your whānau (family)
Special banking treatments for Westpac customers
Discounted plans with Southern Cross for medical insurance
Income Protection Insurance
Real is a supportive work environment where work life balance is encouraged, people are valued, and new solutions are the norm!
Te Whiwhinga mahi The opportunity
Your role will involve supporting taiohi (12-24 years) with mild and moderate mental health and addiction concerns and social stressors.
There are two roles available, one is based in Tauranga, and the second can be based in Thames or Waihi- delivering to the Hauraki region.
You will be working 40 hours per week Monday to Friday 8.30am- 5.00pm.
Please indicate in your cover letter which location you are applying for.
You will be :
Delivering Māori cultural interventions including tuakiritanga, whanaungatanga and toi Māori.
Facilitating recreational and cultural activities to engage taiohi and help them build skills, confidence, connections and mana Motuhake.
Working directly with taiohi (in 1 : 1 and group capacity), their whānau and their peers with a focus on mana restoring support.
Collaborating with local schools and other health supports to identify vulnerable taiohi.
Providing assessment and support to identified taiohi using a range of evidence-based interventions.
Building awareness and education of mental health and addiction concerns in the community setting.
Educating and informing on mental health and wellbeing for taiohi and their whānau.
Ngā pūkenga me ngā wheako Skills and experience
Experience working with taiohi and whānau in a community setting.
A commitment to a trauma informed care and recovery-based approach.
Astute understanding of assessment and screening tools.
Experience with developing and facilitating group work.
Understanding of therapeutic interventions in alignment with culturally competent practice. Therapeutic interventions include : Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Motivational Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness skills, Solution Focused Therapy.
Experience with mentoring taiohi and young people.
Relationship -building skills in school and service settings will be essential.
We would expect the successful applicant to have advanced skills in working collaboratively with other providers to address complex needs.
We need someone who has the ability to support and inspire a team- someone who can work alongside and provide mentoring and information to others.
You will also hold :
A current New Zealand full driver’s licence
A current first aid certificate
HPCA recognised qualification and current practicing certificate
Rā Katinga Applications close : 7 July 2022. Please note, this advert may close earlier if a suitable candidate is found.