CAMHS (Child & Adolescent Mental Health) Clinician

Te Piki Oranga is looking for a permanent full time  Child & Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS) Clinician. You will work closely with DHB, other ministries and NGOs. Experience working with Māori whanau is an advantage. This position is based in our new Blenheim/Wairau office in the health hub.

Vacancy closes on 5 pm Wednesday 19 June 2019.

Pūkenga Atawhai / Community Health Nurse - (Blenheim)

Te Piki Oranga is extending its nursing team and is looking for a permanent part time (20 hours .5 FTE) registered nurse to deliver health care to Māori whānau in the community. This position will be based in our new office in the health hub in Wairau/Blenheim.

Vacancy closes on Friday 21 June 2019.

Tūhono Pūkenga Manaaki - Pregnant Mothers and their Babies Navigator (Motueka)

Te Piki Oranga is looking for a permanent full time (30 - 36 hours) Tūhono Navigator to start in July at our office on Te Āwhina Marae in Motueka. This is a new pilot programme and position being developed to provide intensive support to vulnerable hapu mothers and their babies.

Vacancy closes on Friday 14 June 2019.

Pūkenga Manaaki - Health Navigator (Blenheim)

Te Piki Oranga is looking for a part time (20 hours) Pūkenga Manaaki Whānau Ora Navigator. This position is based in our new central Blenheim office and a replacement for a kaimahi who have progressed to a new role in the organisation. The successful candidate will be part of a larger Kaupapa Māori health team.

Vacancy closes on Friday 14 June 2019.

Pūkenga Atawhai / Community Health Nurse - (Blenheim)

Te Piki Oranga is extending its nursing team and is looking for a permanent part time (20 hours .5 FTE) registered nurse to deliver health care to Māori whānau in the community. This position will be based in our new office in Wairau/Blenheim.

Vacancy closes on Thursday 2 May 2019.

Social Worker / Whānau Kaimahi-a-Iwi (Wairau/Blenheim)

Te Piki Oranga is looking for a  registered Social Worker, experienced with working in the community with Māori whanau. This position is permanent and is based at the health hub in Blenheim. Hours are part time (20 hours) and flexible, sharing a full time position with another social worker. The successful person could start immediately.

Vacancy closes Tuesday 16 April 2019.

Social Worker / Whānau Kaimahi-a-Iwi (Whakatū/Nelson)

Te Piki Oranga is looking for a  registered Social Worker, experienced with working in the community with Māori whānau. This position will be based at Whakatū marae. Hours are part time (20 hours) and flexible. The successful person could start immediately.

Vacancy closes Monday 14 January 2019.

Pūkenga Atawhai / Community Health Nurse - (Blenheim)

Te Piki Oranga is extending its nursing team and is looking for a permanent full time registered nurse to deliver health care to Māori whānau in the community. This position will be based in our new office in Wairau/Blenheim, and will start in January.

Vacancy closes on Friday 8 February 2019.

Mental Health AOD Clinician

The successful clinician will have assessment and counselling experience to work with whānau with alcohol and drug dependency, working alongside Te Piki Oranga nurses and navigators to provide a full wrap-around service.

This position will be based in Whakatū/Nelson hub. It is a permanent position for 20 hours per week, days and hours negotiable.

Vacancy closes on 8 February 2019.