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Clinical Team Member, Pasifika Primary Mental Health and Addictions Service

Are you a registered mental health and addictions clinician? Are you passionate about working with Pasifika people? Can you speak a Pasifika language?

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Social Worker,

Pacific Families and Children

Are you a qualified Social Worker? Can you speak a Pacific Language? Are you passionate about working with vulnerable Pacific families?

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Clinical Team Member,

Pasifika Primary Mental Health and Addictions Service

Are you a registered mental health and addictions clinician? Are you passionate about working with Pasifika people? Can you speak a Pasifika language?

Fonua Ola is expanding her services and the new role of Pasifika Wellbeing Practitioner is to provide assessment and intervention for primary mental health and addictions to address distress and build resilience for Pasifika peoples. You will be part of a brand new multi-disciplinary team of Pasifika Wellbeing Practitioners in the Hala Ora, Pasifika Wellbeing Service (Primary Mental Health and Addictions). The roles will also include managing a caseload of individuals, couples, families and also group work.

 

You must be able to work in a holistic service environment and be committed to continuous service delivery and improvement.

 

We are looking for a motivated and flexible Clinical Team member for our Hala Ora Pasifika Wellbeing Service team (Primary Mental Health and Addictions team) and are willing to consider both full-time and part-time applicants. 

 

Successful candidates will:

  • Be NZ registered health professionals in Mental Health and or Addictions with current annual practicing certificates.

  • Ideally have relevant post graduate study.

  • Have training in talking therapies e.g. CBT, MI, ACT, DBT, BSFT. 

  • Be able to use Pasifika frameworks, narratives and tools to improve wellbeing and connection to identity.

  • Have experience participating in service development initiatives.

  • Be experienced in running therapeutic groups.

 

You will be supported in your role with a mobile phone and laptop, have your annual practicing certificate fees paid and be offered ongoing professional development.

 

If this sounds like you we'd like to meet you. Apply today! 

 

Closing Date

5pm Friday 01 October 2021

For further details please contact:

Ailaoa Aoina

Mobile: 021 526 578

VISION:
Thriving Pasifika Families

MISSION:
Fonua Ola supports Pasifika families to be safe and well for a better future

 

Social Worker,

Pacific Families and Children

Looking for a full-time role? Are you a qualified Social Worker? Can you speak a Pacific Language? Are you passionate about working with vulnerable Pacific families?

We want to offer you the opportunity to join our growing team of expert practitioners who are dedicated to making a difference in the lives of the Pacific community.  We are looking for a motivated, driven and skillful Social Worker who is culturally competent and can build rapport with Pacific people who have complex needs, their extended families and communities.

 

You must be able to work in a holistic wraparound service environment and be committed to continuous service delivery development and improvement.

 

The Social Workers main function is to;

  • Implement the vision and mission of the Trust

  • Work in collaboration with Fonua Ola services, government agencies and community to provide holistic support to vulnerable Pacific families.

  • Understand assessment and analysis and have the ability to support a family to work towards resolution.

  • Demonstrate excellent Social Work practice and best practice skills at all times.

  • Be fluent in a Pacific language and culturally competent when working with Pacific families

  • Demonstrate excellent report writing, case noting, database and IT skills

  • Have the ability to build excellent rapport with Pacific people, their families, extended families and their communities.

  • Have the ability to self-manage oneself as well as work effectively within a team.

 

The successful candidate will receive training and support for their role, be provided with a mobile phone and laptop, have their Social Work registration fees paid and be offered ongoing professional development.

 

If this sounds like you we'd like to meet you. Apply today!

 

Closing Date

5pm Friday 01 October 2021

For further details please contact:

William Pua

Mobile: 022 355 6188