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Community Support Worker

Work as part of the Disability Support Team supporting four people in their own home environment and connecting with their community.

The Hours:

Fulltime positions available (80 hours per fortnight) in the Disability Support Team supporting four people in their own home located in the leafy suburb Karori and a couple of minutes walk form the main bus rout e to Wellington CBD and the railway station. The four people reside in a beautiful home and are supported by their whanau and a great team. These roles are available immediately and we have available full-time roles for wake over shifts, day shifts and all roles include weekend work.

The Role Requires:

  • A great attitude and passion to support people to achieve their potential
  • You to be competent in supporting people with complex health needs, challenging behaviours, and personal cares
  • Working from an evidence-based recovery approach (Te Whare Tapa Wha: Whanau Directed Principles)
  • Availability over weekends
  • A national certificate in disability support, or relevant qualification or commitment to working towards a qualification funded by MASH
  • You to hold a current full drivers licence and a current first aid certificate

What can we offer you?

  • An excellent working environment and a great team atmosphere
  • Rewarding work where you can make a positive difference to the people you support and the wider community
  • Extensive onboarding and ongoing training and professional development opportunities
  • Competitive remuneration


MASH delivers a range of housing support, community support services, social networking hubs and specialised services for people with disabilities, mental health, addiction and offending across the Central Region.

MASH facilitates and actively promotes quality of life by attending to the physical, mental, spiritual, and social health of people, whanau and their communities.