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We’re Hiring

Want to make a difference in your community? 

Tuwharetoa Health is a kaupapa Maori organisation that provides our community with health and social services. It is a place where people can work with a purpose and make a meaningful difference in the lives of others.

Tuwharetoa Health is currently expanding the services we provide. Therefore, we are looking for suitably qualified people who enjoy being part of a team that is passionate about serving the community and improving the overall well-being of the whanau we support. We work with a whanau first approach and ensuring that manaakitanga is demonstrated across all areas of our service.

You will have the opportunity to work with a diverse group of professionals, who are all committed to making a positive impact in whanau lives by supporting their health and social needs. Tuwharetoa Health offers a supportive work environment that values teamwork, professional development, and work-life balance

 

We are currently recruiting the following positions:

Child Health Nurse

  • Are you looking for work-life balance, family friendly hours and no weekend work?
  • Are you a Registered Nurse with a current practising certificate?
  • Do you have knowledge of the NZ Well Child / Tamariki Ora framework?

As our Child Health Nurse, you will be responsible for the provision of Well Child / Tamariki Ora Services in the Taupo District. The Tamariki Ora service includes before school checks and health & safety education and promotion.?

A postgraduate qualification in areas including children’s growth and development, community health, primary health, maternal and child health, would be advantageous. As well as practical knowledge of Te Reo and tikanga Maori or a willingness to learn.
 
Applications for this role close no later than 12pm Wednesday 6 March 2024

Financial Controller

As the Financial Controller you will play a pivotal role overseeing the organisation’s financial operation, including systems and procedures to ensure “best practice” financial management principles are engaged. (24-32 hours per week)

 

Applications for this role close no later than 12pm Wednesday 6 March 2024

 

Long Term Conditions RN

In this role, the Registered Nurse will support whanau with long term conditions through clinical assessment, intervention, care planning and education to support whanau to self-manage their Hauora. (24-40 hours per week)

 

Applications for this role close no later than 12pm Wednesday 6 March 2024

Health Clinician

An exciting opportunity for a registered health professional passionate about whanau and hauora to join our team as a Health Clinician. This role is an integral part of the team, working directly with individuals and whanau to help improve their mental health and wellbeing (taha tinana, taha hinengaro, taha wairua, taha whanau). (32-40 hours per week)

 

Applications for this role close no later than 12pm Wednesday 6 March 2024

Kahu Taurima Kaiarahi

Kahu Taurima is a whanau centred service for maternity and early years – a child’s first 2,000 days from conception to five years old.  This service will ensure that mama/hapu mama, papa, pepi, tamariki and whanau have access to a full range of health and social services for the first 2,000 days that are responsive to their needs. In addition, our Kahu Taurima service will work with our other existing services supporting mama/hapu mama, pepi and tamariki including Outreach Immunisation Service, Family Start, Well Child Tamariki Ora, Parentcraft, Lactation Support and General Practice. We want the best kaimahi leading, influencing, working collaboratively, enhancing our health and social services to achieve better health outcomes for hapu wahine, mama, papa, pepi and whanau. This important role will essentially be an advisory role.  As a knowledgeable registered midwife or nurse, you will be using your vast experience, skills and networks to help achieve better health outcomes for hapu wahine, mama, papa, pepi and whanau.

 

Applications for this role close no later than 12pm Wednesday 6 March 2024

Homebased Support Worker

Tuwharetoa Health is a kaupapa Maori health services provider that delivers whanau centred services in the Turangi, Taupo and Mangakino communities. Our vision is to improve the health of all who reside in the rohe of Ngati Tuwharetoa and we are guided by the values of Whanaungatanga, Manaakitanga and Huhuatanga.

As part of a wider team, in this role, you will assist whanau to live as independently as possible, within their homes and community. You will help whanau to achieve their goals and reach their potential, through both practical and emotional support. (Fulltime and part time opportunities available)

The role may include:

  • Providing support with personal care and household tasks
  • Emotional support
  • Medication supervision
  • Meal preparation

You will have:

  • A passion to help people
  • Patience and kindness
  • Excellent communication skills
  • The ability to work alternate weekends
  • A reliable car, mobile phone, and access to email.

A certificate in Health and Wellbeing at level 2 is desirable but not essential as Tuwharetoa Health do support staff to achieve Health and Wellbeing qualifications at level 2 and beyond while employed.

Tuwharetoa Health pays in line with the Care and Support Workers (Pay Equity) Settlement (2017), including travel.

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Looking to make a positive impact?

If you think that you can make a positive impact to the lives of whanau in any of the roles above, contact work@thct.co.nz for more information and an application pack.