TE MANU TOROA TRUST
Kaupapa Maori Health Care Services

in the Western Bay of Plenty, New Zealand

Mental Health & Addictions Manager

Te Manu Toroa is a Kaupapa Maori Non Government Organisation in Tauranga Moana seeking a motivated individual to join our Mental Health & Addictions team.

We are seeking a Mental Health & Addictions Team Manager who can support a positive team environment, provide clinical & non-clinical leadership, deliver on performance outcomes and provide safe, effective care to tangata whaiora using professional knowledge and skills in accordance within the Te Manu Toroa Mental Health service delivery.

The service is to include health promotion, health education, clinical assessment early intervention, advocacy, programs, counselling, social work and peer & whānau support.

The focus of this role is to advance day to day high quality service delivery to whānau through leadership in both clinical & non-clinical activities, meetings, decisions and processes. It is expected that the Mental Health & Addictions Manager will maintain a high clinical profile and a visible presence to discuss, coach, guide, mentor and support staff in relation to direct clinical & non-clinical service provision.

If you believe you have the experience, drive and enthusiasm to lead a team of clinicians & support workers and who believes in whanau focused care and the on-going development of services and able to work within a Kaupapa Maori framework then we are looking forward to receiving your application.

Key Requirements:
• A good understanding of Te Reo Me Ona Tikanga Māori or a willingness to learn
• Good understanding/working knowledge of local communities
• APC
• Registered to professional body
• Proven management background
• Clean, full New Zealand Driver's License
• Clearance to work with vulnerable people/children
• Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills
• Ability to work within a team environment and independently when required
• Proficient Computer skills
• Understand the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi and how these relate to service delivery in Māori communities.
• A commitment to excellence, self-management and professionalism.
• Competent/Advanced computer literacy and competency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher)

For a Job Description and Application form please forward your CV and Cover Letter to recruitment@temanutoroa.org.nz

Applications Close: Monday 8th October 2018.

Health & Wellbeing Program Co-ordinator

We are a Kaupapa Maori Non Government Organisation in Tauranga Moana seeking a motivated individual to join our Primary Mental Health team, in the role of Health and Wellbeing Program Coordinator.

As a focused, highly organised, and self-motivated Healthy Lifestyle Coordinator, you will be required to plan, develop, and deliver innovative programs for our adult and youth clients. The programs will have a focus on healthy lifestyles, nutrition, socialisation and monitoring health (BMI, Weight, Fitness Level and progress) and wellbeing.

You will build and maintain relationships, and be required to work closely with the Primary Mental Health & Wellbeing Coordinator and Therapist. The successful candidate will bring energy and enthusiasm into this role, will be service oriented, possess exceptional people skills and be passionate about providing quality programs for our clients.

Key Requirements
* A Level 4 Mental Health & Addictions Qualification
*Experience and/or a qualification in Health & Wellbeing / Fitness / Sports
* Experience in Health & Fitness assessments / screening tools / lifestyle goal planning
* Program coordination and group facilitation
* Clean, full New Zealand Driver's License
* Clearance to work with vulnerable people/children
* Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills
* A passion for working with adults and youth consumers of Mental Health Services
* Ability to work within a team environment and independently when required
* Proficient Computer skills Essential Skills
* A good understanding of Te Reo Me Ona Tikanga Maori or a willingness to learn
* Good understanding/working knowledge of local communities

For a Job Description and Application form please forward your CV and Cover Letter to recruitment@temanutoroa.org.nz

Applications Close: Monday 8th October 2018