Tautoko Mai Sexual Harm Support provides specialised support services for those people and their whanau who have experienced sexual harm. Our client centred care is delivered through our crisis support team, medical assessment and ACC counselling services and we are committed to providing quality, timely, and culturally sensitive services to support our clients on the road to long-term address/recovery.
We have an amazing opportunity for a Clinical Team Leader to oversee our medical team and ensure the successful delivery of services to our clients and their families. This role will be responsible for providing clinical nursing support as well as overseeing all clinical activities. This role requires someone with a good sense of initiative, is well organised and can communicate effectively with others.
This is a part time role of up to 36hrs hours per week, based mainly in the Tauranga office. The role is working within business hours namely Monday to Friday between 8:30am to 5:00pm. You may be required to be on-call on occasion.
• Registered Nurse qualification and a current annual practicing certificate (APC)
• Previous experience in Sexual health or knowledge of sexual harm/trauma would be advantageous
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (fluent in written and spoken English)
• Non-judgemental and open minded
• Ability to practice in culturally appropriate ways
If you have the required skills and experience and would like to be part of the Tautoko Mai team, we welcome your application.
For a full Position Description, please email: email@example.com
Applications close: 5:00pm Thursday 18 May 2022
Tautoko Mai is a sexual harm support service providing care to all people and communities affected by sexual harm through healing, education and prevention.
Located in the beautiful Bay of Plenty and Waikato we are seeking a Contract Leader to manage our contract for services with the Royal Commission supporting survivors of Abuse in Care who are taking part in the current inquiry https://www.abuseincare.org.nz/.
Tautoko Mai subcontracts third party partners to deliver parts of the services and you will take ownership in ensuring these services are delivered effectively and efficiently, ensuring all survivors and witnesses from within New Zealand have access to free wellbeing support, while sharing their experience with the Commission. Some travel may be required on occasion.
This is a 12-month fixed term 0.8 FTE position covering the current incumbents parental leave concluding June 2023.
Our ideal person will have experience working in the field of sexual harm or a related specialist sector, with an understanding of trauma informed practice along with highly developed project management and coordination skills.
Possessing the relevant practice qualification or equivalent case management experience, the right person will also have highly developed interpersonal skills, enthusiasm and a proven ability to work cooperatively and collaboratively with people from diverse backgrounds.
It is essential that you have knowledge and understanding of Te Tiriti o Waitangi, knowledge and use of tikanga and te reo Māori, and the ability to conduct oneself appropriately within a bicultural context.
Based in our Tauranga office with beautiful ocean views, Tautoko Mai offers a flexible working environment and ample opportunities for professional development should you choose to take advantage of them. You will be welcomed into a supportive and encouraging team with a shared a passion and enthusiasm for helping people and our community.
If you have the required skills and experience and would like to be part of the Tautoko Mai team, we welcome your application. For a full Position Description, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications only via Seek
Applications close: Sunday 24 April 2022
Do you have experience working with young people and a passion for preventing sexual violence?
We are wanting to contract casual facilitators to join the Mates and Dates team here at Tautoko Mai Sexual Harm Support.
If you’re interested in joining the team, contact our Programme Leader Malia Stagg for some more information and how to apply:
Phone 027 364 8008 or email email@example.com