Addictions Practitioner - Facilitator, Hastings, Qjumpers

Published 2023-01-23
Expires 2023-02-23
ID #1358836390
Addictions Practitioner - Facilitator, Hastings, Qjumpers
New Zealand, Hawke's Bay, Hastings,
Published January 23, 2023

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Addictions practitioner - facilitator

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Full Time
Application Closes 07 Feb 2023
Hawkes Bay - Hastings

Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga is seeking an experienced Addiction Practitioner/Facilitator at our Hawkes Bay Prison service to help men gain the skills and knowledge they need for positive changes in their lives.

Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga is an award-winning organisation with a 36-year history of working alongside whānau. We promote a workplace culture of professional excellence and continuous improvement based upon our organisational values and Māori world view. We offer a competitive salary and allowance package, staff benefits and career pathways.

The successful applicant would have:

Minimum of 2 years’ experience facilitating groups
Minimum of 2 years’ experience completing assessments and treatment plans
A relevant education in psychology, addictions, mental health, social work, nursing, counselling, or education
The desire and ability to support others in making changes in their lives through a range of interventions designed to build resilience and fuel the desire to change

To be successful, you would:

Be a supportive team member
Understand the concepts of recovery in a community setting
Be able to build rapport and trust while maintaining professional boundaries
Understand, or be willing to learn, how to work well in a prison environment
Be comfortable walking alongside people on their journey

We are seeking people who:

Are looking to join a progressive organisation using tikanga and kaupapa Māori values
The ability to work effectively with people from diverse backgrounds and ethnicities
Have knowledge of, or are willing to learn about, Māori culture, protocols and peoples and apply kaupapa Māori practice in your work
Are comfortable with regular practice reviews and receptive to feedback
Have experience with report writing

You would be part of a clinical team including Cultural and Peer Support, delivering a therapeutic programme and providing Aftercare services to tāne who have completed the programme.

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