Two Roles available:
Community Support Facilitator – 40 hours per week (Tokoroa based)
Recovery Promoter – minimum 20 hours per week - up to 40 hours per week
Progress to Health’s ultimate aim is to create communities without barriers by being flexible, inclusive, responsive and passionate with the services we offer.
Do you care about recovery-focused mental health support for people? Then you might just be one of the people we are looking for.
Do the following make sense to you?
- Creating a level playing field
- Being relationship based
- Using the ‘lightest touch’
- Contributing to community strengthening/manaakitanga
- Being person driven/tino rangatiratanga
- Everyday lives in everyday places for everyone
The Right People for These Roles:
- Have proven experience with working in the mental health support sector.
- Can develop trusting and productive relationships with people using the service.
- Take a non-judgmental approach.
- Proactively link people to opportunities which support them to work towards and achieve their personal aspirations.
- For the Recovery Promoter role, you will also have lived experience.
- For the Community Support Facilitator, you have experience in helping people individually with goal and/or interests based support.
If this is you, then you:
- Can demonstrate an understanding of mental health issues, stigma, discrimination and how they impact on a person's quality of life.
- Have a positive attitude and respect toward all people.
- Understand the three principles of Te Tiriti O Waitangi.
- Are computer literate (Office 365 and a client management system).
- Have a current driver’s license and first aid certificate.
- Have Level 4, NZ Certificate in Health and Wellbeing (Mental Health and Addictions) or equivalent and/or proven track record and willing to study.
By joining our team, you will find yourself working with people to ensure they have real choices, can plan their own futures with tailored tools and have the skills to navigate their own road maps to create brighter futures for themselves, their whanau and their communities.
Ideally, we’re looking for someone who reflects our values. Your ability to maintain confidentiality, discretion and make sound judgement calls will be a given.
We will provide you with a supportive, fully resourced yet flexible working environment filled with the passionate people, we proudly call our team.
If you have the relevant experience, a flexible approach, thrive on the responsibility of a self-managed role, have high performance standards and a great sense of humour, please e-mail us (firstname.lastname@example.org), in the first instance, your CV and a covering letter detailing why you are made for this role by Friday 16th October 2020.
For more information on either of the roles:
Recovery Promoter: phone Noeline on 027 206 4629
Community Support Facilitator: phone Patty on 027 685 3565
 All new appointees into Progress to Health require background checking. Under the requirements of the Children's Act 2014, new employees that are identified as coming under this Act are required to undergo further safety checks as part of the recruitment process.