Who we are | Ko wai matou?
HealthCare NZ provides a wide array of health and human services to people throughout New Zealand. Since 1988 we have been caring, supporting and empowering people in need to live independently, safely and well in their community as well as in specialised services settings. We help people gain access to needed services, ensuring they receive vital services, are safe, well-cared for and live as independently as possible.
About the role | He korero whakamarama mo tenei turanga
The purpose of the Recovery Facilitator is to empower people to achieve their goals and aspirations through developing a therapeutic, collaborative and respectful relationship, taking a holistic, strengths-based approach.
You will deliver a person-centred support service for people living with mental illness in the community. You will provide support in relation to family and whanau, community living, education, employment and self-management of their wellbeing.
Additional to this you will manage a caseload of people and work in partnership to support, encourage and facilitate improvement of their health and wellbeing so they can thrive.
This role will work rostered shift 7 days a week 24/7 rostered shifts.
What you will bring | Nga tohungatanga mo tenei turanga
National Certificate in Mental Health Support Work (level 4) or equivalent
Some experience working with people with mental health and addictions issues
Team player with the ability to work autonomously
Attention to detail with excellent documentation skills
Ability to keep clear boundaries
Full NZ drivers licence and clean Police check
Why Us | He aha ai matou?
At Healthcare NZ, we're passionate about creating an inclusive workplace that promotes and values diversity, reflecting the communities we serve. If you would like a career with us and is looking for a role that is both rewarding and challenging and want to make a difference, then we would like to hear from you!
Please apply via our website including a CV and cover letter.
Applications Close | Te katinga o enei whai turanga : 14 March 2021 at 5pm, interviews might take place prior to applications closing.
All applicants must be a NZ Resident/Citizen or have a valid NZ work permit.