World Vision New Zealand
Fantastic opportunity for an experienced graduate to join the team at World Vision and support our child sponsorship programPart-time, fixed term roleOpportunity to further your career in International DevelopmentWork with NZ's largest NGOWorld Vision New Zealand is the largest overseas humanitarian organisation in New Zealand. We implement emergency relief and long-term community development projects. Inspired by Christian values, we aim to engage New Zealanders in the fight against global poverty and injustice. We operate in 23 countries, employ over 100 staff throughout New Zealand, and have a strong volunteer's database.An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Sponsorship Operations Coordinator on a fixed-term contract for 6 months. This will be a part-time role, 3 days per week, working with our International Partnerships Department in a job-share capacity. You will be tasked with ensuring the sponsorship related information needs of supporters and internal stakeholders are met and providing day to day support to the International Partnerships team.What we're looking for:Strong computer literacy skillsStrong analytical skills, able to identify links between the different processes and data sets, and the flow-on impact of different decisionsUnderstanding of Customer Service imperativesProven ability to identify opportunities and solutions for improving processes and systemsProven ability to effectively communicate to build productive working relationships within the organisation including across culturesYou will need to have:2 years' experience in a similar support role or working in developing countriesExcellent communication skills, both written and verbalAbility to analyse data and identify trendsSome knowledge of international developmentEnjoy collaborating and working within a teamAn understanding and affinity with World Vision's mission and core valuesResearch skills would be advantageousThis role will be a great opportunity for a graduate who has a degree in International Development and is wanting to further their career in this area.This is an exciting opportunity to help make a difference in vulnerable children's lives around the world. World Vision are committed to developing its people at all levels and to being an employer of choice within the charity sector and the international community for vulnerable children.For more information or to request a full position description, please contact Angela Evans (email@example.com)
Laura Fergusson Trust
Join a progressive and leading organisationFixed term position until June 2018$19 to $23.50 per hourThe Laura Fergusson Trust Canterbury is an independent, not-for-profit community and residential rehabilitation service provider based in several properties in the Illam area. We specialise in providing rehabilitation services for younger people who have suffered acquired or traumatic brain injury. Laura Fergusson Trust also provides long term residential support for younger people with a variety of congenital and neurological diseases across different sites.We have an exciting opportunity for someone who wishes to join a progressive and leading organisation in this field. We invite you to join our team on a fixed term position covering maternity leave commencing immediately until early June 2018.This is a night shift position for three nights a week including weekend nights, and there is potential to pick up extra casual shifts as they arrive. Our starting casual rate is $19 an hour.We are looking for someone with the following abilities and skills:The ability to support people to achieve their goalsExcellent communication skills and ability to work with othersThe ability to provide personal care and support with empathy and compassionGood time management and personal organisationMust be competent in the use of information technologyA valid work visa and 2 New Zealand work related referencesThis is a fun and rewarding role for the right person. If you wish to develop your people and caring skills in a supportive learning environment then we would be very interested to hear from you.
Goodwood Park Health
The Organisation:The Goodwood Park Healthcare Group is a well-established, innovative, and leading provider of community and residential social services for people who have a Mental Health Illness or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). We constantly strive to ensure our clients are receiving services that promote better health and wellbeing.About the role:You will support clients to achieve the maximum level of autonomy and/or independence and to lead the life they want to lead. Staff will work to foster hope, identify strengths and develop resilience, recognising that these are key components to the approach taken to support clients and their family/whanau with their recovery.You will join clients on their recovery journey, providing a safe environment and supporting them with their goals and daily tasksWho we are looking for:We are looking for people who are positive, flexible, vibrant, confident and compassionate to work in our services. You will be a natural problem solver, quick thinker and enjoy connecting with the community. You will use your non-judgemental attitude and belief to encourage clients to change and grow.You will need to be able to "think outside the box" as the people we support require high levels of rehabilitation, and you will enjoy seeing positive change as a result of your hard work.The overall purpose of this role is to achieve a maximised and durable level of independence for people with co-existing disabilities.As part of our team you will be supported and coached through new learning opportunities as this service further develops. We are looking for people with a "can do" attitude and who will uphold the organisations values.Positions Available:We have the following positions available. It is important you let us know in your cover letter what your preferred position is:Full-time positions (40 hours per week)NightshiftCasual positions available (no set hours of work)Part-time weekend positionsWhat you need:A wilingness to study for a level 4 qualification in Mental Health which the organisation will support you to achieve with in house training though Career ForceIt is essential that you have a full New Zealand driving licenceStrong computer skills, a can-do attitude and be able to demonstrate strong personal and professional boundariesDemonstrated commitment to recovery modelsDemonstrated commitment to the Treaty of Waitangi and culturally safe practice.What's in it for you?Learn as you earn - you don't need a qualification, just the drive to complete a Certificate in Health & Wellbeing during your time with us, but even better if you already have this qualification!An organisation with people and culture at the heart of everything we do.Access to fleet vehicles to enable you to travel safely in the communityNo two days will ever be the same, we can guarantee thatLots of training on offer - we are an organisation with a team dedicated to your developmentImprove your own wellbeing by improving the wellbeing of othersGreat job satisfaction, you will be improving someones life and realising their potentialCompetitive pay rate.You will need a full drivers licence to take our clients out and about into the community, and you will also need to be savvy on a computer, but above all else, you will need to be passionate, because our passion is what sets us above the rest. If this opportunity is of interest to you, please apply now with your CV and cover letter.
Te Roopu Taurima O Manukau
Haere mai, nau mai, piki mai, nga waka, nga mana, nga reo, nau mai!Permanent - Full-Time PositionIf you want to make a positive difference by supporting people with impairments and/or mental health condition in their everyday lives then this could be the role for you. We are looking for people who want to support the independence of tangata (people we support) so they can have great lives, make choices about how they live and what they do.This dual role of Care Manager/Service Coordinator reports to the Service Manager, Southern. This role is responsible for managing a group of RIDSAS and Residential whare (homes) providing leadership and coaching to Support Workers (Kaiawhina) and the House Leaders (Kaiarahi). You will ensure that care and rehabilitation plans are implemented and will provide expert support and advice to support tangata to achieve their lifestyle goals. You will also need to ensure that whare operates in compliance with quality, safety and legislative standards so that the tangata thrive in a safe and happy environment.We are a kaupapa Maori service that proudly supports people of all ethnicities with an intellectual impairment and/or a mental illness. We provide RIDSAS, residential and vocational services, high and complex needs support, and a wide range of community supports (including Choices in Community Living). We have offices in Northland, Auckland, Waikato and Christchurch.The key requirements for this role are:A commitment to the delivery of the highest standard of responsive, tangata centred care and supportExperience in working with people with high and complex rehabilitation, habilitation and support needsMinimum four years' experience working in the disability, health and/or corrections sectorPreferred experience in Care Manager or similar roleTertiary level qualification in health related fieldKnowledge of the IDCC&R ActKnowledge of the judicial systemAbility to undertake assessments and make sound decisionsProven experience in leading and managing staffExcellent communication and relationship skillsCommitment to on-call rosterCurrent New Zealand Full drivers licence with the ability to drive manual vehicles.A clear Ministry of Justice check.A team player with strong organisation and time management skillsCommitment to tikanga Maori and Te Tiriti o Waitangi with the ability to adapt the values and practices into your daily workAbility to speak Te Reo Maori would be desirable but not essentialTe Roopu Taurima is an equal opportunity employer.
Professional development opportunitiesJoin a friendly and multi-cultural teamFlexible working arrangementsAre you passionate about our community? Do you want to work for a sector that brings certainty to the lives of the disabled people in our community? We are looking for people who share our commitment to supporting disabled people to live the lives they want to lead. If this sounds like you, read below!What do we do?Taikura Trust is the regions single facilitator of needs assessment and service coordination for support services for people under 65 years who have a physical, intellectual, sensory impairment, or autism. We want to see everyone included in the community, able to participate and contribute. We will do all that we can to make sure that happens.What does the Service Facilitator do?This challenging and exciting role requires someone to facilitate support needs assessments for our clients, explore options for supporting the needs of disabled people, co-ordinate access to support services, and review that the package in place is meeting the persons' needs, and where appropriate the needs of their families.What skills and qualifications do I need for this job?We are looking for someone who has:Disability/health or related qualificationExperience in working with people who have anIntellectual disabilityPhysical, sensory or neurological disability; orAutism Spectrum DisorderDemonstration of good communication skills, both written and verbal, including negotiatingProficiency in Microsoft Office and ability to manage working with different IT systemsWhat we can offer:We would be able to offer you the ability to develop and learn through various professional development opportunities. We have a robust orientation and induction process which will equip you with the right knowledge in order to be successful. You would be supported by a friendly and multi-cultural team and will be offered the opportunity to contribute to our community. Flexible working arrangements may be considered for the right candidate.If you have any queries please contact Mjellma Kciku: Mjellma.firstname.lastname@example.orgYou must be allowed to legally work in New ZealandYou must hold a valid, full NZ Driver LicenceJob offer will be subject to satisfactory police vetting
Stand Childrens Services Tu Maia Whanau
Stand Children's Services Tu Maia Whanau's vision is A World Strong with Children. We work to transform the lives of children and young people. Our nationwide organisation provides services for children aged 5-12 and their families and includes home and school based social work services, a nationwide therapeutic care and education service, parenting programmes and respite holiday programmes for kin/whanau and foster caregivers.Our East Coast office is at the Stand Children's Services Village in Gisborne. The area we cover is East Cape, East Coast, Gisborne and Hawkes Bay. We have a Hawkes Bay position available.A full-time role as a Community Social Worker based in Hawkes BayA Community Social Worker's role with Stand is interesting and diverse, as you will undertake assessments; collaboratively formulate plans; work one on one with children and their families and coordinate service delivery. Regular travel is required.Competencies we are seeking include:Applicants with a Social Work degree. Preference will be given to a candidate who is SWRB.The ability to relate positively and communicate effectively with a wide range of people.Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with computer literacy skills.A commitment to professionalism and the ability to work to deadlines and under pressure.Proficiency in needs assessment and case management skills.The ability to be self-motivated and to work both independently and as part of a team.A strong commitment to the Treaty of Waitangi and knowledge of Tikanga Maori.A full driver's license (Defensive Driving Certificate preferred).
Laura Fergusson Trust
Great company culture, with a supportive environmentGrowing organisation A rewarding and challenging role for the right personThe Laura Fergusson Trust Canterbury is an independent, not-for-profit community and residential rehabilitation service provider based in several properties in the Illam area. We specialise in providing rehabilitation services for younger people who have suffered acquired or traumatic brain injury. Laura Fergusson Trust also provides long term residential support for younger people with a variety of congenital and neurological diseases across different sites.An exciting new opportunity has arisen for Laura Fergusson Trust to support a specialised and intensive rehabilitation programme for a residential client to move into the community and learn to live independently.During this period of specialised transition the client will require 24/7 support to achieve their long term rehabilitation goals.There will be a 21 day rotating roster so it would be expected that successful applicants will be able to work any day of the week including weekends. There will also be two night shift (wake over) roles.This role will suit anyone training in mental health, clinical psychology, rehabilitation and anyone who has a interest in helping vulnerable people achieve their long term rehabilitation goals. Minimum requirements for this role are:A clean full drivers licenseLevel 3 or 4 NZQA in Health & Disability or equivalent discipline is desirableAt least 2 years experience working with disabled or vulnerable peopleInformal inquiries can be made to Renee Davis, Team Leader by telephoning: 03 358 1138 or 027 552 0722. This is a fantastic rewarding role and we would like to hear from you, so don't delay, apply today.
New Zealand Red Cross
Permanent part-time20 hours per weekAre you:Fantastic at relationship building and communications and events?Not scared to ask others for something to support a good cause?Calm and well-organised?Flexible in your working hours?We have an exciting opportunity for a Community Fundraising Coordinator working in our Hamilton Service Centre.As part of the largest humanitarian aid organisation in the world, New Zealand Red Cross plays a vital role in providing assistance to vulnerable people in New Zealand and overseas. New Zealand Red Cross is an organisation with 14,500 members and 500 staff.In this role some of your key responsibilities will include:Planning and implementation of community fundraising events and campaigns in the WaikatoBuilding relationships with community groups, schools, local businesses, event participants, etc.Promoting the work of the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement to the wider communityWe encourage you to apply for this role if you have:Experience in fundraising and promoting non-profitsKnowledge of volunteer-based community fundraising activities and techniquesExperience in project and event co-ordination and/or managementExperience of managing multiple tasks to deadlines and prioritising own workloadDemonstrable understanding of event marketingTrack record in achieving community fundraising targetsExperience of using fundraising database and/or online fundraising platformsExcellent written and oral communication and negotiation skillsAttention to detailInterviews for this role will take place around 25 January 2018.If you wish to discuss this opportunity or for further information, please contact Angela Calkin Goeres, Marketing Manager at New Zealand Red Cross (04) 494 1310 or 0800 733 276.
Be. Institute Charitable Trust
Want to work somewhere where you can make real change?Full-time hours that suit YOUR lifestyle, we offer flexibility and accessibility!Generous base salary, autonomous role - based in Grey Lynn!About usBe. Accessible is a social innovation agency. We are focused on realising the social wellbeing and economic possibilities of a fully accessible, wholly inclusive Aotearoa. 1 in 4 New Zealanders currently live with an access need. At Be, this statistic isn't about deficit, lack, or limitation. Because for us, this statistic isn't about disability - it's about possibility.We support our nation's leaders, thinkers, and makers to embrace the opportunities accessibility presents. Together, we are establishing Aotearoa as a thought-leader, a visionary, and a global powerhouse in access innovation. Together, we're creating a nation where everyone can thrive.The Programme & The RoleAs our next Program Manager, you'll be responsible for one of our most exciting, growing and innovative projects! The Be. Welcome Programme means you'll be working with businesses, companies and organisations such as BNZ, Auckland Airport, Auckland Museum, Southern Cross and ACC, to collectively improve and evolve their physical environment, online presence and culture with accessibility at its core.You'll ensure that our facilitators and coaches are armed with the right systems, processes and information to ensure the best outcomes for our partners, and those needing access, across New Zealand.You will be regarded as the go to expert on this programme, which will encompass:Ensuring the day to day operations are robust, accurate and sustainable for our contractors, partners and internal stakeholdersContinuous improvement of our systems, processes and quality assuranceData integrity and managementDrawing on client and team feedback to scale and grow our programmeEnsuring that the project methodology and approach is well communicated and works within a disciplined framework and timelines, a great understanding of the project lifecycle will be essentialMaintaining relationships with our facilitators, external stakeholders and our partners, you are a true people person confident in communicating at all levelsAbout YouWe envisage that your background stems from Programme / Project Management You know how to scale programs up, evaluate and wash these up, and everything else along the way.You have a keen eye for detail as well as high level of accuracy, you leave no assumption unturned and ensure that your programme runs as smoothly as is possible. You are extremely organised, can multi-task and utilise those communications skills, to get buy-in throughout the programme's lifecycle.You will be highly proficient in Microsoft Excel and are a natural problem solver who can think outside the box yet approach the solution with structure, rigour and validation. You value and relish quality relationships to ensure that you will become the trusted advisor, at all levels.What's on offer?This is a real opportunity for you to come and make a change within our organisation, you will have the full remit and autonomy to make this role your own and improve on this very unique offering. On top of the competitive package, we are flexible in our working hours, we love having fun in our office and we love seeing our team members grow and flourish internally.If this sounds like you, don't wait - apply now!
Arowhenua Whanau Services
Make a difference in your communitySmall, passionate and supportive teamFlexible working hoursArowhenua Whanau Services is a Maori health provider focused on delivering health, education and social services to the local whanau and the wider community. We believe in an ideal world where every person has equal access to quality health care. In partnership with Temuka Projects Trust require a motivated and hard working Social Worker to join us in providing support to the Temuka community.We're a small but passionate team, delivering the best care and support for our clients. This role will work closely with our team to support and empower our clients to make informed choices about their health and lifestyles.You'll bring your diligent, professional and caring demeanor to hit the ground running. Your ability to work both autonomously and as part of a team, as well as an understanding of the challenges in working in a community setting will serve you well. You will need to hold a full clean drivers license, a tertiary qualification in Social Work and be confident operating computers and utilising technology.We are looking for a resilient individual, capable to of keeping a cool head when under pressure. You'll posses the analytical and conceptual thinking skills to help you map complex situations and systematically work your way to resolutions and support plans that always keep the individuals values, culture and background in mind.Your commitment to improving community health will make you a good fit for our united vision as a team and in return for your hard work in this rewarding role we offer you a fun and supportive team environment, flexible working hours and the opportunity to really make a difference.This role is fixed term with an immediate start and a finish date of 30 June 2018."Whānau development will strengthen this community"