Kaiwhakapuawai

Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy (SUDI) Prevention

• Do you have a passion for maternal and infant health?
• Does working 24hours each week appeal to you?
• Do you want to contribute to initiatives to increase understanding of SUDI risks?

The applicant will work with the Canterbury SUDI Prevention Coordinator to deliver SUDI prevention activities, information, and support.

Position Description

Kaiwhakapuawai – SUDI Prevention application form

Kaiwhakapuawai – SUDI Prevention Police Vetting form

Please send your application and police forms with your cover letter and CV to Recruitment@omwwl.maori.nz

More information is available by phone on 027 733 1840.  Applications close on 30th September at 9am.

Whānau Ora Navigator

Would you like to make a difference by supporting whānau to achieve their aspirations?

This is a fulltime role that works with whānau providing support activities that include the facilitation of whānau plans and ensuring whānau have access to the services and opportunities they are entitled to. We invite applications from suitably qualified, experienced, and motivated people.

Te Puawaitanga ki Ōtautahi Trust is a kaupapa Māori provider of a range of health, education and social services that promote the well-being of Māori whānau.

Position Description

Whānau Ora Navigator application form

Whānau Ora Navigator Police Vetting form

Please send your application and police forms with your cover letter and CV to Recruitment@omwwl.maori.nz

More information is available by phone on 021 0831 6280.  Applications close on Thursday 24th September at 10am.

Allied Health Professional or Registered Nurse – Maternal and Infant Mental Health

This is an exciting new kaupapa Māori initiative because Te Puawaitanga ki Ōtautahi has been awarded a Māori Health Innovation Fund initiative. The Fund provides the opportunity to create, develop, implement, and evaluate innovative practices in Māori health, and to expand on successful models, programmes, and services.

The maternal mental health role will undertake clinical assessments, provide line management to 2 others, and lead the integration of kaupapa Māori and western models of mental health.  

The role is preferably 32 hours per week and fixed term until 30 June 2023.

Position Description

Criminal convictions form

Application Form

Please send your application and police forms with your cover letter and CV to Recruitment@omwwl.maori.nz

More information is available by phone on 027 733 1843.  Applications close on Monday, September 21st at 5pm.

Kaitohutohu Mātauranga

(16 hours per week)

Whānau Whakapuawai service

  • Would you like to guide the tikanga of this new Whānau Whakapuawai initiative?
  • Are you passionate about supporting māmā, pēpi, and their whānau?
  • Does working for a kaupapa Māori community organisation sound like what you would like to be doing?

Te Puawaitanga ki Ōtautahi Trust is a kaupapa Māori provider of a range of health, education and social services that promote the well-being of Māori whānau.

The Whānau Whakapuawai service is a new 3-year pilot supported by the Ministry of Health. It will support those with a new pēpi, who are experiencing mild to moderate mental health distress.  This role is 16 hours per week until 30 June 2023.

This is an exciting opportunity to part of a new initiative.

Position description

Application Form

Police vetting form

Send application and vetting forms with your cover letter and CV to recruitment@omwwl.maori.nz  or contact us for a copy.

For more information phone 027 733 1843

Applications close on Thursday September 17th at noon.   

Team Leader – Ropu Tautoko /Administration

Fulltime – 40 hours per week

  • Do you enjoy a fast-paced environment?
  • Is finance and excellent business systems your forte?
  • Would you like to lead a small high functioning team?

Te Puawaitanga ki Ōtautahi Trust is a kaupapa Māori provider of a range of health, education and social services that promote the well-being of Māori whānau.

We are looking for an experienced senior administrator to lead our administration hub that is focused on quality outcomes.  We are looking for

  • Experience working with Māori and within a kaupapa Māori environment
  • Leadership – to inspire, support and motivate
  • Finance and HR experience essential, also strong knowledge of patient management systems and reporting required.
  • A high level of IT and communication skills
  • Positive work relationships, internal and external

Relevant qualifications could be in IT, business systems, accounting, leadership, and Te Ao Māori.

Position Description

Application Form

Police Vetting Form

Send application and vetting forms with your cover letter and CV to recruitment@omwwl.maori.nz  or contact us for a copy.

More information is available by phone on 029 770 9242.  Applications close on Monday 14th September at noon.