Registered Nurse Educator and Vaccinator

Te Puawaitanga ki Ōtautahi Trust is a kaupapa Māori community-based provider of a range of health, education and social services that promote the wellbeing of Māori whānau. We are looking for a registered nurse to:

  • support whānau to understand their health condition and to access other services
  • support national immunisation programmes
  • facilitate group education programmes

This is an exciting and diverse full-time role; you will be part of clinical and non-clinical team working across the health system for the benefit of Whānau Māori.

We invite applications from suitably qualified, experienced, and motivated Registered Nurses to join Te Puawaitanga ki Ōtautahi Trust’s mobile nursing service. Salary is dependent on qualifications and years of experience.

Please click here for the position description, application and police check forms or email recruitment@omwwl.maori.nz or phone 0800 66 99 57.

Your application is appreciated by noon on Monday, November 1st 2021.

Kaiwhakapuawai/Whānau health worker

 Tamariki Ora/Well Child Service

  • Are you passionate about supporting pepi, their mothers and whānau?
  • Does delivering a home-based service and 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 Tamariki Ora service is seeking a whānau health worker to join the nine registered nurses in the team.

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

For the position description, application form, criminal convictions check form please see our website http://whanauoraservices.co.nz/ or email reception@omwwl.maori.nz or phone 0800 66 99 57.

Applications close on Monday October 25th, 2021, at noon

Kaiwhakapuawai for the Whānau Whakapuawai service

This is an exciting opportunity for someone with a passion for working with māmā, pēpi, and whānau.

Whānau Whakapuawai is a kaupapa Māori maternal mental health programme supporting māmā and pēpi in the first 1000 days. We invite applications from suitably qualified, experienced, and motivated people to support client whānau of this programme.

Key responsibilities include working closely with the Mental Health Specialist and Kaitohutohu Mātauranga to implement the programme.

Our ideal applicant will have:

  • Experience working with Māori and within a kaupapa Māori environment.
  • Understanding and knowledge of Māori health, maternal mental health distress
  • Previous experience of supporting groups
  • A qualification suitable to the position such as counselling, social work, hauora
  • Knowledge of tikanga, te reo Māori, and te Ao Māori

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

The role is full time/ 40 hours per week and fixed term until 30 June 2023.

Click here for a copy of the position description, application and police check form. Please send the application forms with your cover letter and CV to recruitment@omwwl.maori.nz

More information is available by phone on 027 733 1843 or 0800 66 99 57.  Applications close on Monday 11th October 2021 at noon.

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.

This maternal mental health role will work closely with the Clinical Nurse Specialist to undertake clinical assessments and provide clinical support. This role will also work closely with the Kaitohutohu Mātauranga and support the integration of kaupapa Māori and western models of mental health.

This role is suitable for a mental health professional with a passion for Māori health and for working with māmā, pēpi, and whānau.

Previous experience of working within mental health is a requirement of this role.

The role is preferably full time and fixed term until 30 June 2023.

Click here for a copy of the position description, application and police check form. Please send the application 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 11th October 2021.