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Kaimahi Resilience Worker - Contract, Shine

Kaimahi Resilience Worker - Contract, Shine


Presbyterian Support Northern

Build strong, resilient communities where whānau are supported to live violence free and eliminate violence for the next generation.

  • Kingsland location
  • Use your skills to advocate on behalf of victims of family violence
  • Represent Shine for the duration of the Whānau Resilience design process.

Here at Shine we provide a range of effective, practical and innovative services that help thousands of adults and children affected by family violence every year. We help both directly and indirectly through our frontline services and our professional training programmes.
 
Whānau Resilience is an initiative that aims to create strong, resilient communities where whānau are supported to live violence free and to eliminate violence for the next generation. Whānau Resilience will involve local groups of providers working together in their regions to design services for whanau that aim to:

  • Strengthen cultural identity and whakapapa
  • Strengthen social capability and community connection
  • Support Long term behaviour change for men and people using violence
  • Support trauma healing and recovery from violence
  • Create healthy, safe relationships and skills

This design process will take up to one year, and involve providers working together to build a picture of the needs and strengths of their region, along with testing and learning about what works for whānau to build resilience.
 
The services that are designed at the end of the process will then be delivered into communities.
 
This isn't your everyday job, so you will need to:

  • Be able to engage with whānau, hear their voice and incorporate this into the design
  • Be open minded and willing to learn
  • Able to see opportunities and be decisive
  • Be comfortable in operating under tight time constraints and work in ambiguous environment
  • Have excellent administration, support and project organisation skills
  • Have the ability to manage multiple priorities, complete reporting and keep our funder/ internal stakeholders updated
  • Understanding of stakeholder needs and drivers required Keep lived experience at the centre – hold their assumptions on the process and what whānau need

To be successful in this role, we need to know you have: 

  • The ability to develop and maintain relationships in the community
  • Awareness of Te Tirity o Waitangi and proven ability to work with Maori
  • Able to converse in Te Reo with a sound understanding of tikanga Maori
  • Experience in supporting people with regards to family harm
  • Outstanding communication and people skills
  • The ability to engage with families where signs of safety are an issue
  • Experience in group facilitation
  • Exemplary professional practice
  • Ability to work across cultures
  • Proven people and project management experience
  • A full NZ driver's license 
  • Be able to have the flexibility to travel

You will have a post-graduate qualification in a relevant field or 5-8 years of relevant experience. 

Expectations:
You will need to:

  • Strengthen cultural identity and whakapapa
  • Strengthen social capability and community connection
  • Support long term behaviour change for men and people using violence
  • Support trauma healing and recovery from violence
  • Create healthy relationships and skills

If this sounds like you then we would love to find out more about you.  Please click apply now
 
For more information please email MabelC@2shine.org.nz 

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