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Case Managers Whanganui

Case Managers Whanganui

Case Managers Whanganui

Ministry of Social Development

Closing Date : 11 Dec 2019

Job Ref: 30094

Manaaki tangata, manaaki whanau
He waka eke noa

We want New Zealanders to be safe strong and independent and we can’t do it without YOU!

Are you looking to kick start a career in MSD – come through the Case Manager phone team – a great entry into our progressive work environment where your training and development will be held as a high priority.

Although you’ll need to be able to navigate your way round a computer, this is actually a role about working with people – about making a positive difference in people’s lives.

We are putting the call out for dynamic individuals to fill our Case Manager roles in Whanganui.

Case Managers provide support to so many people in our community, helping them to live their best lives, by assessing their needs and connecting them to development and employment opportunities. 

Think you have what it takes to be a great Case Manager?

You just might if you:

  • are focussed on achievement 
  • are solution driven
  • have a high level of personal integrity and - 
  • can show you’ve got initiative

Apply now – to become part of a team of case managers who are well organised, have good listening skills, are empathic with a non-judgmental approach while they work with clients to achieve their goals.

So if this sounds like you - because you’re highly motivated and can work in an ever changing environment……we encourage you to apply now!

Important Recruitment Information

Please take some take to read over the following position description before applying: 

External applicants: Please click the apply now link to submit your application.

Current MSD employees: Please apply from a work computer, using your work myHR login. 

You will be prompted to answer the following additional questions in the online application form:

  1. Why do you want to be a Case Manager?
  2. Describe a time where you have helped someone towards their employment goals

Applications close: Wednesday 11 December 2019

  • As this is an ANZSCO level 4/5 role, Candidates must be a NZ citizen or hold NZ permanent residency at the time of application
  • A willingness to travel to fulfil job requirements and a current full New Zealand licence without restrictions is required.

For any further discussion about the role, contact Te Aroha Beckett at 

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