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Community Support Worker - South Taranaki

Community Support Worker - South Taranaki

CCS Disability Action's vision is to see every disabled person included in the life of their family and community.

We have been working with disabled people and their families since 1935 and are now at the forefront of service provision, advocacy and information sharing in the disability sector New Zealand -wide. Our people are professional, innovative, dedicated and knowledgeable. We hold ourselves to the highest possible ethical and professional standards and are known for our partnership approach to support.

Hours: Permanent, Minimum Guaranteed Hours (3 hours per week)

Job specific information:

This role offers you an exciting opportunity to use and develop your skills within the South Taranaki community.

We would love to hear from you if you:

  • Love working with others to support them to achieve their goals.
  • Have strong connections to the community.
  • Are enthusiastic and have lots of interests.
  • Willing to use your diverse background and identity to expand how we support people in a team environment.
  • Can work independently
  • Have experience in reporting accountability

How to apply: To apply for this role please provide a completed CCS Disability Action application form, a copy of your CV and a covering letter. This can be emailed to Central.Recruitment@ccsDisabilityAction.org.nz or posted to Margaret Phillips, CCS Disability Action Central Region, PO Box 35-156, Naenae, Lower Hutt 5011.

We are committed to ensuring our application process is accessible to everyone. Should you require an alternative method of application please contact Margaret Phillips on (04) 801 0213 extn 8968 or email: Central.Recruitment@ccsDisabilityAction.org.nz

Application closing date: 5pm on Tuesday 22nd June 2021

CCS Disability Action builds our work around three core documents; UN Convention of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the NZ Disability Strategy.

We work within a Human Rights framework and are committed to equal opportunity in all our employment policies and procedures. We welcome inquiries from everyone and value diversity in our workplace. This position offer you flexibility in how you manage the role and we openly encourage people with lived experience of disability to apply.

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