WE ARE RECRUITING FOR THREE EMPLOYEES WORKING ON A ROTATIONAL FOUR-DAY ROSTER (.8FTE) EACH. PRO RATA SALARY
WE SEEK A TALENTED AND DRIVEN INDIVIDUAL THAT:
Is committed to whānau, hapū, and iwi development.
Is a creative and innovative team player.
Is able to work flexible hours.
Is a professional with sound experience that provides a whānau-centric approach and is non-judgmental.
Is self-managed and has proven leadership skills.
Is an excellent and skilled communicator with strong relationship skills.
Demonstrates knowledge of tikanga Māori and te ao Māori
Applies knowledge of kotahitanga, whanaungatanga and manaakitanga.
Understands Te Tiriti o Waitangi as it relates to health, housing and social services.
Has strong verbal and written communication skills and report writing skills.
Has the ability to work in a team but operate independently when required.
Has a mahinga kai background.
Responsibilities within this role include the following:
The Pae Ora Navigator will support whānau in developing and implementing whānau aspirational plans toward good health whilst placing whānau at the center of the decision-making process.
To provide a whānau-centered approach working towards whānau empowerment.
The Pae Ora Navigator will support four Whānau Ora organizations on a daily basis by way of triaging whānau to the appropriate support.
The Pae Ora Navigator must be a quick learner and understand the intricacies of each organization.
To provide a focal point for gathering health information, liaison and communication, advocacy, and other support as identified by whānau whilst also embedding equity.
To provide guidance and support as well as assist whānau to gain full access to government and community-based support services to address their identified needs.
To provide budgetary support to whānau.
To support whānau towards eating healthy.
To support whānau towards achieving the overarching principles (the seven Pou) of Whānau Ora which are:
Self-managing and empowered leaders
Leading healthy lifestyles
Participating fully in society
Confidently participating in tē ao Māori
Economically secure and successfully involved in wealth creation
Cohesive, resilient, and nurturing
Responsible stewards of their living and natural environment
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
A clean full driver’s license.
Whānau Ora Certificate or previously employed as a Whānau Ora Navigator or similar.
Budgetary qualifications and dietary qualifications are an advantage
Mental health qualification and/or experience in a mental health environment is an advantage.
Other relevant qualifications.
For further information or to apply for this role please send a cover letter and curriculum vitae to: email@example.com
Applications close on 05/10/2022 at 12:00am