all current vacancies within te aka ora
Whanau support Kaiawhina worker - Tairawhiti
We are looking for a energetic, enthusiastic, supportive Social worker to take on the role of Whanau support Kaiawhina worker
The role is full time, supporting and advocating with our whanau for our whanau within our SWIS programme.
The ideal candidate will have an understanding of our whanau dynamics within Tairawhiti, be relatable, understanding of government department systems and be able to advocate for others.
The position is currently filled with the contract coming to an end, with intentions of reapplication.
For further information please contact Camryn Brown on firstname.lastname@example.org
Job Description can be downloaded here: swis_job.doc
Applications close 2pm 30th January 2023.
We are looking for a energetic, enthusiastic, hard working, individual who has great eye for detail and is passionate about ensuring a high level of cleanliness.
We are a small Early Learning Centre, based in Lytton West.
The role is for 10 hours per week, 2 hours per day to clean the centre.
Desired individual will have great attention to detail, own transportation, understanding of cross-contamination within cleaning.
Be able to work after school hours. Ability to pass a full child safety vetting check.
For further information please contact Camryn Brown on email@example.com.
Job description can be downloaded here: twwh_cleaner.pdf
Applications close on the 10th of February 2023 at 4pm.
Early Childhood Teacher/Teacher Aid - Gisborne Tairawhiti
We are looking for a energetic, enthusiastic, supportive Early Childhood teacher or kaiawhina to join our team at Te Whare Whai Hua Early Learning Centre.
The Staff at Te Whare Whai Hua provide education and learning for our babies within the centre. Te Whare Whai Hua promote Child development and protection, wellbeing and best care of children and whānau. Te Whare Whai Hua work toward achieving educational goals and support for whanau through the delivery of a range of student led programmes and supported whanau led strategies designed to meet learning needs of each individual.
Full training support will be provided within this placement. You will be an integral part of the Te Aka Ora staff, supporting the teen parents and community whanau within the centre.
The successful applicant must hold a Current, Clean Full Drivers Licence. The applicant must be able to pass a full MOE Childrens worker Check and Police Vetting.
The successful client could also be a registered teacher with full or provisional registration.
For further information about the position, please make contact with Pele on firstname.lastname@example.org
For the Registered Teacher Job Description Click here
Unregistered Teacher Job Description Click here
If you would like to send through your interest in working for Te Aka Ora, please send your CV and Cover Letter through to us at email@example.com