Oranga Team Leader

The Oranga Team includes registered nurses, midwives, and kaiwhakapuawai undertaking cultural support, nursing, breastfeeding, and antenatal education mahi.  Are you looking for an opportunity to utilize your leadership and clinical skills and would you like to work in a kaupapa Māori community organisation?

We are looking for an experienced nurse or midwife to work 30-40 hours/week as the leader of our Oranga Team.

Please find below, role description, the application, and criminal convictions forms to be filled in and sent with your CV and cover letter to manager@omwwl.maori.nz 

Position Description

Application Form

Police Criminal Convictions form

More information is available by phone on 029 770 9242. 

Applications close on Monday, August 10th at 9am.

Kaiwhakapuawai
Whānau Health Worker

Whānau Whakapuawai service

  • 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?
  • Have you experience as a whānau health worker?

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 is a full-time role until 30 June 2023.

This is an exciting opportunity for a proactive person with an understanding of health promotion in a cultural context.

Position Description

Application Form

Police Criminal Convictions form

Please send your application and police forms with your cover letter and CV to Recruitment@omwwl.maori.nz or  phone 0800 66 99 57. Applications close on Monday,  August 17th at 9am.

Registered Nurse
Maternal 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 nurse 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, August 17th.

Facilitator of parenting and life skills education

Mothers and Babies Unit at Christchurch Women’s Prison

Would you like to make a difference by supporting women who are in the Mothers and Babies Unit at Christchurch Women’s prison?

The role supports parenting and life skills education for mothers who have their baby (0-24 months) with them in Christchurch Women’s Prison. The role also facilitates and supports re-integration into community.

The role is full time and it is expected that 25 – 30 hours per week the facilitator will be based at the prison. The remainder of the week will be at the offices of Te Puawaitanga and/or in the wider community undertaking relevant tasks.  

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 Wednesday, August 26th at 10am.