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Reintegration Worker

Advertiser: McLaren Associates LimitedMore jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
31 Jul 2019
Location
Wellington, Hutt Valley
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Healthcare & Medical, Psychology, Counselling & Social Work

Reintegration Worker

We need people with the X Factor for two exciting roles, one full time, and one part time.

Are you:

  • Passionate about working with people to make a difference in their lives?
  • Highly motivated and a self-starter?
  • Experienced in health, justice or social work?

This opportunity involves providing an intensive support service to 18-28 year old men in Rimutaka Prison and the community who have begun a treatment programme designed to reduce burglary offending.    

You will work with a relatively small number of men to support them and their whānau through the treatment programme. You will develop their release plans, co-ordinate their care and provide active and intensive post release support.

To be successful in this role, you will have;

  • excellent skills in assessment and care coordination
  • the ability to build rapport quickly
  • a sound understanding of Maori cultural principles and practice including whānau ora
  • a sound understanding of a range of services and support in the community
  • strong professional boundaries
  • ability to maintain accurate and up to date client records
  • have (or be studying for) a degree in social work or another relevant subject

CareNZ offers a competitive remuneration package dependent on qualifications, skill and experience. This includes five weeks annual leave and a job that makes a difference in people’s lives.

You must have a clean criminal record, New Zealand Citizenship or Permanent Residency and a current full New Zealand Driver’s Licence.

If this sounds like you then get in touch with Nikki Walshaw or Georgia Branham at McLaren Associates.

Applications close: 5pm, Wednesday 14th August 2019

Position description: Available to view at mclaren.co.nz

P: 04 499 1069

E: admin@mclaren.co.nz

W: mclaren.co.nz

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We need people with the X Factor for two exciting roles, one full time, and one part time.

Are you:

  • Passionate about working with people to make a difference in their lives?
  • Highly motivated and a self-starter?
  • Experienced in health, justice or social work?

This opportunity involves providing an intensive support service to 18-28 year old men in Rimutaka Prison and the community who have begun a treatment programme designed to reduce burglary offending.    

You will work with a relatively small number of men to support them and their whānau through the treatment programme. You will develop their release plans, co-ordinate their care and provide active and intensive post release support.

To be successful in this role, you will have;

  • excellent skills in assessment and care coordination
  • the ability to build rapport quickly
  • a sound understanding of Maori cultural principles and practice including whānau ora
  • a sound understanding of a range of services and support in the community
  • strong professional boundaries
  • ability to maintain accurate and up to date client records
  • have (or be studying for) a degree in social work or another relevant subject

CareNZ offers a competitive remuneration package dependent on qualifications, skill and experience. This includes five weeks annual leave and a job that makes a difference in people’s lives.

You must have a clean criminal record, New Zealand Citizenship or Permanent Residency and a current full New Zealand Driver’s Licence.

If this sounds like you then get in touch with Nikki Walshaw or Georgia Branham at McLaren Associates.

Applications close: 5pm, Wednesday 14th August 2019

Position description: Available to view at mclaren.co.nz

P: 04 499 1069

E: admin@mclaren.co.nz

W: mclaren.co.nz

The application form will include these questions:
  • Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in New Zealand?
  • Do you have a current New Zealand driver's licence?
  • What's your expected annual base salary?

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