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Here at Te Pou o te Whakaaro Nui, we're rapidly adapting to new ways of working in response to Covid-19. We're doing all we can to support and inform our workforces. Find out more by visiting our dedicated Covid-10 portal.

Amokairoa Alcohol and Drug Addictions Clinician (WDHB9891)

Applications close 9 April 2020

Want to work for an Innovative leader in Health?


Is whakawhanaungatanga important to you and your service of care?


Want a whānau focused, wairua driven working environment?

E ngā mana, e ngā reo, Rangitira ma, tēnei Turanga, kua tu wātea mai he kaimahi Māori mo Waitematā DHB. Tona Taitara he: AOD Clinician 

Whītiki Maurea is a Māori clinical service within the Waitematā DHB District Mental Health Services Division. We provide clinical care in mental health and addictions with a tikanga Māori approach and we are looking for a skilled, dynamic and motivated individual to join our addictions team.

Te Ātea Marino (Alcohol and Drug Team) is recruiting for an AOD Clinician, based in Auckland. This is a full time role.

Te Ātea Marino is a brief intervention service that aims to provide a mana enhancing and mana protective experience to all tangata whai I te ora, who present, seeking help and support. We offer high quality group and counselling interventions for individuals aged 13 years and up and we welcome the presence of whānau as a primary support throughout treatment. We like to go beneath the superficial presenting problems to address core issues, particularly around identity and connection, and our therapeutic goal is to provide a whānau focussed, wairua driven process that enables tangata whai i te ora to achieve their recovery goals and emerge with enhanced mana and rangitiratanga.

We want to employ a DAPAANZ Registered AOD Clinician, but would be willing to consider other qualifications if you have a history of working with people with addictions. You will also need to show that you are working towards cultural competence, and have an awareness of the Takarangi Competency Framework. Clinical and cultural training / supervision will be provided.

If being part of a culturally responsive clinic and making a difference with Māori is something your passionate about we would love for you to apply. You can apply directly online by visiting our website at www.wdhbcareers.com quoting reference number WDHB9526 

This is a Permanent Full Time position (1FTE), based in Manukau

For further information, please contact Craig Heta, Operations Manager, on 027 891 2436. For more information about the recruitment process contact Charlene Macrae, Māori Workforce Recruitment Consultant: charlene.macrae@waitematadhb.govt.nz