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Working for He Waka Tapu

Our kaimahi are passionate about the mahi we do with whaiora and whānau. Through our values and tikanga principles, we can ensure that our whaiora, their whānau and kaimahi are treated with care, fairness and respect by all, regardless of race, gender, religion or sexuality. Our kaimahi is committed and accountable to act within the values of:

  • Manaakitanga – we are respectful, show generosity and care for others to ensure everyone’s mana is upheld
  • Whānaungatanga – we build relationships through shared experiences and working together
  • Rangatiratanga – we lead by inspiring others to see what is possible
  • Whakākoako – we all learn

Making sure we look after the wellbeing of our kaimahi is a high priority. We have various processes in place such as wellbeing days, flexi days, ability to work to home, providing free gym memberships, and finishing at 3pm on Friday’s.

Current vacancies

Community Registered Nurse

We are looking for a nurse who has experience working within the community and has a committed whānau centred approach. The role includes cervical smear screening and support to breast screening. You will promote, offer, and provide support to whānau specifically to increase control over and to improve their health including Mental Health, physical, and social wellbeing.

Work type: full-time - Applications close: 31 January 2022


We require an active person who can engage and tautoko whānau in our AOD residential treatment programme, who will walk alongside whānau in the daily session plans and follow tasks as directed. This role will support both the morning and afternoon shifts including weekend work.

Work type: full-time - Applications close: 3 February 2022

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