Kai Manaaki / Registered Health Professional
Capital & Coast DHB
Nau mai, haere mai ki Ūpoko ki te uru hauora.
Service: Early Intervention Service
Contract: Permanent, Full Time
Salary: As per the MECA agreement, dependant on skills and experience
About the role
The Early Intervention Service offers assessment and treatment to young people (13-25) presenting to mental health services with a first-time psychotic disorder.
We are seeking a Kai Manaaki / Registered Health Professional to work with young Maori clients of this service and their whanau.
- Providing effective care management and key work based on kaupapa Maori principles.
- Group facilitation work
- Working with community for the benefit of tangata whaiora and their whanau
Skills & Experience
- Experience in delivering mental health service and a current practising certificate and registration are essential.
- Experience working with young people and skills in accessing and developing community resources are highly desirable.
We will support you in clinical supervision, career pathway, cultural interventions and ongoing training.
About our organisation
Here at 2DHB we embrace diversity and welcome applications from people of all gender identities, ages, ethnicities, sexual orientations, disability and religions. A workforce that is diverse and inclusive means that we are better positioned to understand and serve our community.
2DHB is a pro-equity Health Organisation, with a particular focus on Māori, Pacific Peoples, and the Disability Community.
To find out more about us click on the following links:
How to apply
Applications close on 26 September 2021 and can only be accepted when submitted through our CCDHB Careers Website. For further information on this role please email Philip.Adamson@ccdhb.org.nz and indicate the job title and vacancy number (AH218-21) in the subject line.
Please note we will be reviewing applications when received and will progress through the recruitment process
Ma tini, ma mano, ka rapa te whai
By joining together we will succeed