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He Kaiārataki Wāhine & He Pou TakaWaenga - Te Whariki

Te Whāriki Manawāhine o Hauraki

Applications close:

22 July 2024 at 5:00:00 am

Te Whāriki Manawāhine o Hauraki Women’s Refuge (Te Whāriki) is a leader
of innovative, whānau-centred approaches that support whānau to address
and heal from historical and intergenerational trauma, leading to Mauri Ora.

Our organisation is in a positive growth phase, with two newly created roles
available. We are looking for individuals who are innovative whānau
activators, flexible in their approach, and capable of working with the complex
levels of harm suffered by whānau. These roles are ideal for those committed
to healing and recovery from a Te Ao Māori values perspective. We seek:

- He Kaiārataki Wāhine – This senior role calls for an experienced
practitioner dedicated to supporting wāhine and their whānau in healing
from traumatic experiences. Candidates should have extensive
experience in counselling, including supporting whānau move through any
current and historical impacts arising from sexual violence. As an
experienced practitioner you will be adept at delivering support
programmes using practices and values from Te Ao Māori.

- He Pou Takawaenga – This community-focused position requires a
person experienced in on-the-ground support of tangata whenua
development initiatives, empowering whānau Māori to implement their
own solutions to the issues they face. You should have a proven ability to
make informed decisions and accurately assess community needs,
understanding the importance of adapting and being responsive to the
evolving needs of transformative healing.

For more information about each role, or to submit your CV and cover letter,
contact Marama Steele on 021 505 509 or

Applications close: 5pm, Monday 22 July 2024.

Download application form
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