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Are you an experienced social worker with recognised therapeutic training or just looking for a challenging new opportunity to work in an innovate service in a community setting? If so, come and join our dedicated and experienced multidisciplinary team at Stand Tu Maia. You will need to be confident in the application of your core social work training but also highly adaptable, and able to tailor your intervention to the needs of tamariki and whānau. You will be patient, humble, sensitive and determined to engage and provide therapeutic supports to restore tamariki and whānau safety and wellness in a complex environment.
Stand Tū Māia work to remove the constraints to whānau flourishing. We do this by taking a bio-psycho-social, spiritual and nutritional approach to tamariki and whānau restoration and preservation. Stand Tū Māia is an outreach-based service, mostly working with whānau and tamariki within their home, school and community. We aim to be trauma capable and believe that healing relationships and social connectedness is at the heart of our mahi.
We celebrate and seek diversity and inclusivity. Your responsibilities will include working within a variety of cultures including Māori and Pacifica, and all staff are expected to demonstrate cultural humility and a commitment to restoration of whānau as a form of Te Tiriti redress.
To be successful in this role you will need:
- Commitment to biculturalism and the promise of equity laid down by Te Tiriti o Waitangi
- Demonstrated ability to deeply engage, walk alongside and offer consistent kindness to tamariki and whānau
- An understanding of therapeutic social work, systems theory and the impacts of relational trauma
- Consistent attention to safety and wellbeing which underpins all aspects of practice.
- Familiarity with child development and the importance of healthy attachment
- Understanding and valuing of Te Ao Māori
- Belief in the importance of partnership
- Commitment to professional supervision
- Ability to work independently utilising tools and theories to inform practice
- A high standard of literacy demonstrated in case recording, assessment, analysis and child and family plan documentation
- Full driver’s licence
- Full Social Work Registration and current practising certificate
What you will get:
o a strong sense of team and good working conditions
o a genuine commitment to wellbeing and significant training and professional development opportunities
o a collaborative, encouraging, supportive approach to casework including cultural supervision as needed
o a competitive salary
o Life insurance
o Paid external professional supervision in work time
As an employee of Stand Tū Māia you will be a Pou Māia nō Tū Māia. This means we will stand together side by side, shoulder to shoulder in achieving our vision. Together we are resilient, strong and confident pillars of the house of Stand Tū Māia.
The position is a temporary part-time, covering parental leave from October 2022- the 1st of July 2023. The position will be based in New Plymouth. When applying you will be asked to address the key competencies of the role and provide a covering letter along with your CV.