‘Whakapiki ake te waiora o te whanau’
Maori Health and Social Services
Welcome to Poutini Waiora - a Maori Health and Social Service provider that delivers holistic care to whanau across Te Tai O Poutini. Established 21 years ago, the service is primarily mobile with kaimahi visiting whanau in their homes or other appropriate settings across the West Coast.
Poutini Waiora are a kaupapa Maori organisation ensuring whanau are central to all decision making in order to support goals and aspirations under the umbrella of ‘whanau ora’.
Therefore the way in which services are delivered to whanau are based on Tikanga and underpinned by the values embedded in manaakitanga, whanaungatanga, rangatiratanga and wairuatanga.
Our main office is based in Hokitika, with two sub-offices – one in Mawhera and the other in Kawatiri. We also provide a disability day programme in Hokitika.
Whakapiki ake te waiora o te whanau
Whanau Ora Navigator, Kawatiri, Full Time
Are you passionate about supporting whanau to achieve whanau ora?
Poutini Waiora is working to increase wellbeing of whānau and whānui living across Kawatiri rohe, with the provision of Whānau Ora, a family led approach to achieving better outcomes for whānau. The Whānau Ora Navigator will be responsible for working alongside whānau providing supports and navigation through external services as requested by whānau.
Whānau Ora Navigators are practitioners who work with whānau and families to identify their needs and aspirations, support their participation in education, primary health and employment, and link and co-ordinate access to specialist services.
We are now looking for someone with qualifications or experience in human services, and a working knowledge of social, educational, health relevant sector services, supports and networks.
We require a competent person who can engage with whānau in our community, assessing whānau needs, providing guidance and support as well as assisting whānau to gain full access to government and community based support services to address their identified needs. The successful applicant will be working with whānau in Kawatiri, and requires a strong understanding of Whānau Ora values and principles to implement and design whānau ora aspirational plans.
Applications for this position including a Cover Letter, current CV and application form close on 14 February 2020 and are to be emailed to email@example.com
Please denote Whanau Ora Navigator in the subject line.