Thinking about a Career with Raukawa

The Raukawa Charitable Trust is always looking to employee dedicated and qualified individuals to join our team to build a brighter future for our iwi members and the wider community.

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Alcohol and Other Drug Clinician (.8 FTE) (Part-time, Permanent)

 

About Raukawa Charitable Trust:

The Raukawa Charitable Trust (RCT) has been a provider of quality community initiatives throughout the South Waikato since 1987. We are proud to deliver a wide range of iwi-lead initiatives in health, social, treaty, cultural, and environmental sectors, to the communities that we serve.

 

We have a part-time vacancy for an Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Clinician in the Tiwai Hauora Mental Health and Addictions Team. This role provides a community or outpatient-based alcohol and drug assessment, treatment, and consultation/liaison service within a kaupapa Māori framework.  Work hours are 32 hours/week, and is primarily based in the Tokoroa office with travel to satellite offices.

 

The preferred applicant will:

 

We offer:

  • The opportunity to bring your skills and experience
  • Ongoing professional development and training opportunities
  • Monday to Friday business hours, supportive of employee-friendly work-life balance
  • A dynamic and supportive clinical team environment
  • Use of a vehicle whilst on duty, plus mobile phone
  • Health Insurance for all eligible employees

 

The successful candidate will:

  • Be familiar with Maori models of health
  • Be a registered health practitioner from either a Social Services, Nursing or Allied Health background with specific experience in AOD or similar
  • Hold a current DAPAANZ registration, or be working towards achievement of
  • Ideally, have experience working in the Alcohol and Drug field
  • A demonstrated ability to work within the community at all levels
  • Possess a current full drivers licence

 

If you are interested in working in a supportive please apply by sending an application form, CV and a covering letter to HR@raukawa.org.nz

Application Form Position Description

 

Practice Leader (Service Development)

The Raukawa Charitable Trust (RCT) has been a provider of quality community initiatives throughout the South Waikato since 1987 delivering a wide range of iwi-lead initiatives in social services, health, treaty, cultural, and environmental sectors, to the communities that we serve.

 

RCT Social Service & Health Group (Tiwai Hauora) is entering an exciting season of service development and growth within the social services sector.

 

The Role:

Tiwai Hauora is seeking a passionate, aspirational and experienced Practice Leader who will be responsible for providing practice leadership, and service delivery development and oversight, for our new development initiatives.  This is a fixed-term role for an 18 month period.

 

Reporting to the Group Manager, the Practice Leader (Service Development) role is integral for ensuring our new service delivery teams are well supported and led; providing clinical supervision, training, mentoring, support, and ensuring compliance with organizational policies, and legislation.

 

Responsibilities include embedding of, and providing training in RCT’s new Raukawa Kaupapa Practice Framework throughout the organization.  Therefore the ability to draw upon a background of cultural competency and successful delivery of Kaupapa Māori Models of Practice will be essential.

The Practice Leader (Service Development) will have excellent relationship and communication skills as they will work closely with the Group Manager, key stakeholders, and Practice and Clinical Leaders.

 

Ideally, we are looking for an experienced, registered social work practitioner who has a good understanding of the complexities of the social services sector, including the care and protection environment, and who thrives in working within a development and training setting.  Applicants should also have the following qualifications, experience and skills:

 

  • Experience in Practice Leadership, including delivering clinical supervision, within the social services sector.
  • Cultural competency, experience and demonstrable knowledge and skill about kaupapa Māori, te reo Māori, Te Tiriti ō Waitangi, Pacifica protocols.
  • Knowledge of Māori models of practice.
  • A relevant qualification in social work, and membership of the Social Work Registration Board.

 

Applicants must hold a valid and full Class 1 drivers licence, and be prepared to undergo Police vetting.

 

Send your application, CV and cover letter to hr@raukawa.org.nz by 30 August 2019.

 

Raukawa Charitable Trust operates under a Smoke-free Environment policy.  For more info about the Raukawa Charitable Trust visit raukawa.org.nz

 

Application Form Position Description

 


Group Manager – Corporate Services

(Full-time, Permanent)

 

 

About Raukawa Charitable Trust:

 

The Raukawa Charitable Trust (RCT) has been a provider of quality community initiatives throughout the South Waikato since 1987. We are proud to deliver a wide range of iwi-lead initiatives in the health, social, treaty, cultural, and environmental sectors, to the communities that we serve.

 

We are seeking a Group Manager for our Corporate Services (Aka Tauwhiro) Group.  This exciting opportunity will suit an experienced Corporate Services Manager, Business Operations Manager, or Chief Financial Officer, looking for their next career challenge.

 

The role of Group Manager – Corporate Services is a pivotal role within the organisation, involving management of a multi-disciplinary team in order to deliver effective and value-added services that contribute to overall organisational success.  A busy and varied role, the main responsibilities are to provide strategic financial leadership to grow the organisation, management of financial operations including reporting, budgeting, auditing and forecasting in line with policy and legal requirements; and oversight of the communications, accounts and administrative functions performed by the team.  This role involves collaboration with our various stakeholders and requires an organised individual with the ability to build and maintain effective relationships.  As part of the Executive Management Team, this internally focussed senior role is critical to the success of the organisation.

 

Hours of work are Monday to Friday.  Based in our main office in Tokoroa, travel to our satellite offices may be required on occasion.

 

Personal Attributes required:

  • A relevant qualification or experience at Senior Management level
  • Proven knowledge and experience of strategy and business planning, financial management, project management, governance and capacity building within a commercial environment
  • The ability to build and maintain positive and effective relationships with various stakeholders
  • Confident communication skills, passionate about working with people and with a positive approach to work
  • The ability to inspire, support and manage a multi-disciplinary team and resources, with a clear approach to problem-solving
  • Experience working with ISO or other QA/QS standards would be advantageous
  • Experience working with Iwi/Māori organisations is desirable, as is a basic understanding of Te Reo me tikanga māori

 

Applicants must hold a valid and full Class 1 drivers licence and be prepared to undergo reference checks and Police vetting.

 

If you think you meet our requirements, please submit an application form, cover letter, and CV by Friday 30 August 2019, to HR@raukawa.org.nz.

 

Application Form Position Description

 


Infant, Child and Youth Mental Health Clinician

(Full-time, Permanent Clinical role)

 

 

About Raukawa Charitable Trust:

 

The Raukawa Charitable Trust (RCT) has been a provider of quality community initiatives throughout the South Waikato since 1987. We are proud to deliver a wide range of iwi-lead initiatives in the health, social, treaty, cultural, and environmental sectors, to the communities that we serve.

 

 

The Role:

 

We currently have a vacancy for a full-time Infant, Child and Youth Mental Health Kaiārahi (Clinician).

 

The key responsibilities of this position are to provide a clinical, community-based mental health treatment and therapy service across a range of settings for infants, children and youth, that is strength based, resilience orientated, and based within our Raukawa Kaupapa Practice Framework

 

Activities associated with this role include case management, clinical assessments, support and advocacy for whanau, liaison with external agencies, and provision of tikanga Maori within the service itself.

 

The successful candidate will possess:

 

  • Excellent communication skills
  • An ability to build and maintain relationships with a wide range of people
  • The ability to self-manage, and be able to demonstrate initiative, and integrity
  • The ability to understand and apply the Māori models of health
  • Registration with the Nursing Council of NZ as a comprehensive or mental health nurse with a current annual practising  certificate; or
  • Competency as a practitioner or a registered NZAC counsellor (degree level or above); or
  • Registration with the NZ Social Worker’s Registration Board or a current ANZASW Certificate of Competency; or
  • A health professional qualification under the legislative framework of the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003.

 

If you are interested in working in a supportive team environment then we want to hear from you.  Applicants must hold a valid and full Class 1 drivers licence and be prepared to undergo reference checks and Police vetting.

 

If you think you meet our requirements, please submit a cover letter, and a CV in chronological order by Friday 30 August 2019, to HR@raukawa.org.nz.

 

Application Form Position Description

 


 

Family Start Team Leader

(Full-time, Permanent)

 

About Raukawa Charitable Trust:

 

The Raukawa Charitable Trust (RCT) has been a provider of quality community initiatives throughout the South Waikato since 1987. We are proud to deliver a wide range of iwi-lead initiatives in health, social, treaty, cultural, and environmental sectors, to the communities that we serve.

 

Family Start is a child-centred, family focused and strengths-based service working from Putaruru.  We are looking for a full-time, permanent Team Leader to support our team of Whānau Workers, who provide support and assistance to whānau by visiting them in their homes so they can achieve their care plans.  This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced supervisor who has amazing leadership skills, and who wants to make a difference in their communities and the lives of others.  We are looking for a mature person who is respectful of others, and who is culturally sensitive.

 

Our preferred applicant will have:

  • Experience in leading a team
  • Experience providing clinical supervision for a team
  • A Level 7 Diploma or Degree qualifications in a discipline relevant to working with children and their families/whānau
  • Registration in the respective fields of Health, Education, or the Social Services sector
  • Skills and experience working in the homes of our most vulnerable stakeholders
  • A commitment to work in culturally appropriate ways, to reflect and build on the strengths of individuals, whānau and hapu
  • Experience working within the Whānau Ora framework – assisting families to build and strengthen their whānau and community support networks
  • Excellent communication, report writing skills, and the ability to maintain confidentiality.

We offer:

  • Ongoing professional development and training opportunities
  • Excellent working conditions
  • Christmas holidays each year due to a Christmas close-down
  • Monday to Friday business hours, supportive of employee friendly work-life balance
  • A dynamic and supportive clinical team environment
  • Use of a vehicle whilst on duty, plus mobile phone
  • Health Insurance for all eligible employees

You will be working in a friendly and supportive team environment, but you must also be able to self-manage, and take the initiative.  Applicants must hold a valid and full Class 1 drivers licence and be prepared to undergo reference checks and Police vetting.

If you think you meet our requirements, please submit a cover letter, and a CV in chronological order by Friday 6 September 2019, to HR@raukawa.org.nz.

 

Application Form Position Description
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