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- Full Time
- Application Closes 29 Jul 2022
- Wellington – Upper Hutt City
- Social Worker
Social Worker – Full Time – 40 hours
- Work for a well-established service provider
- Be part of our small but dedicated team
- Contribute to the local community through the support we offer families
Family Works is part of Presbyterian Support Central, a not-for-profit organisation delivering services to children/tamariki and their families/whanau.
At Family Works, we believe that children/tamariki, family and whānau deserve a decent chance; that every family and whānau has strengths, but now and again need help; that they will flourish when they are helped to build upon their strengths; that New Zealand will be better off when children/tamariki are raised in flourishing (strong, healthy, nurturing) families and whānau.
About the role
At Family Works, we value compassion, dedication, and the drive to do right by the child.
Our services provide services and programmes including social work; support with families experiencing family violence; ongoing counselling support to adults, couples, youth, children and families; group and individual programmes for Tamariki and Adults who have experienced trauma; parenting programmes and family dispute resolution.
This full-time role is based at our office in Upper Hutt. You will be joining a dedicated team of 12 providing services across the Hutt region. In this busy role, you will be responsible for providing social work services and group facilitation, supervision of staff and students, report writing and file auditing.
An eclectic knowledge when applying therapeutic and crisis intervention is also a component of this work. You need to be prepared to travel into the community and homes of our clients when required.
This role requires an empathetic person with a passion for helping children and whānau. Your approach to your work will be with kindness, logic and above all, the drive to do right by the child.
Previous experience working in culturally diverse environments is preferred but not essential.
You must have previous experience working with children and domestic and family violence.
You will also:
- Hold a tertiary qualification and registration in Social Work (SWRB registered or eligible for registration)
- Have experience in Social Work (working with tamariki and whānau)
- Be competent with demonstrating and implementing a range of social work practices e.g. strengths based, solution focused and goal oriented
- Be a strong networker with community stake holders and enjoy developing new professional networks for your client group
What’s in it for me?
Family Works offers a range of professional development opportunities, including training and development in mediation and group facilitation, and clinical supervision for other professionals.
We also offer:
- Reimbursement for SWRB registration fees
- Peer support from a team of professionals with a variety of backgrounds and experiences
- Māori cultural competency training, an 24-month internal module developed by Family Works’ talented team
- Region-wide Family Works events to promote connectedness and support
- Job security – we have been delivering services to our communities for over 100 years!
Find out more about what makes us a special place to work and get in touch to discuss this role in more detail or apply via our careers site, details below.
How to Apply:
PLEASE APPLY VIA OUR WEBSITE https://psc.qjumpersjobs.co/
If you would like further information, please get in touch with Shelly Evans 04 528 4164 or email email@example.com
Only those with the legal right to work in NZ may apply.
Candidates should expect to undergo police vetting for these roles and Family Works may need to contact our key stakeholders such as Ministry of Social Development or Ministry of Justice to ensure that there is no conflict of interest between the candidate and the organisation.
Applications close: 29th July 2022