About the Role
This newly-created role will be dedicated to working on a new and exciting collaborative partnership between PSC Family Works and Lower Hutt Oranga Tamariki Team. The project will be supporting our most vulnerable young people in the Hutt community You will responsible for a small caseload and work intensively alongside whanau, other agencies and the key OT social worker. creatively providing support and interventions to help rangatahi remain safe , stable connected and engaged.
This is a fixed-term opportunity for twelve months. The role is 40 hours per week, based in Upper Hutt Family Works Centre but also spending time based in the Lower Hutt Oranga Tamariki Team.
You will be an empathetic person with a passion for helping children and whanau. Your approach to your work will be with kindness, logic and above all, the drive to do right by the child.
You must have previous experience working with young people and have good understanding of care and protection issues. You need to be skilled and able to understand and connect with rangatahi who identify as Maori
You will also be:
Family Works is one of the largest NGOs providing integrated social services for the whole community. Family Works provides a range of services to families and communities including needs assessments, social work, counselling and therapy and a range of life-skills and parenting courses.
Our Social Workers are the key in ensuring we enable, care for and support Kiwis around the country.
How to Apply
PLEASE APPLY VIA OUR WEBSITE https://psc.qjumpersjobs.co/
If you would like further information, please get in touch with Shelly Evans on 04 5284164 or email@example.com
Only those with the legal right to work in NZ may apply.
Candidates should expect to undergo police vetting for these roles and Family Works may need to contact our key stakeholders such as Ministry of Social Development or Ministry of Justice to ensure that there is no conflict of interest between the candidate and the organisation.
Applications close: 28 January 2021