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Date: 10-May-2018

Location: Waikato, NZ

Company: Ministry of Social Development

Social Worker - Hauraki

Be part of a supportive team who are fully committed to achieving positive outcomes for young people, whanau and the community.


We are commitment to putting children and young people at the heart of everything we do and say. 

Join our Hauraki team - a site with a big heart and a passion for getting things right for its children, young people and community. You can be part of a positive and supportive team and help children and young people be safe, strong and thrive.


Using the latest strengths based practice tools and assessment frameworks; you will work hard to get quality outcomes for tamariki, rangitahi, whanau and the community. A big part of your day will be meeting with children and young people and ensuring their voices are heard, completing assessments, creating plans, participating in family group conferences and partnering with other agencies and the community to get the best outcomes. Your tenacity to overcome everyday barriers and ability to drive positive outcomes will put you in good stead for this challenging yet hugely rewarding role.


We can offer you:
• a salary between $39,723 - $72,301 
• a challenging, fascinating and rewarding career
• on-going training and regular supervision
• commitment to the highest standards of strengths-based social work.


Preference is given to those who have:
• ability to quickly build rapport with tamariki and rangitahi
• great written and verbal communication skills
• resilient, motivated and driven character
• good computer navigation and typing skills
• full clean valid driver's licence without conditions.

You must have a Social Work Qualification recognised by the New Zealand Social Work Registration Board (SWRB) or full registration with SWRB and a current Annual Practising Certificate (APC). 


How to apply

Please apply online with your CV and cover letter. Only online applications will be accepted.  Your cover letter is an important part of our shortlisting process. Please outline why you want to be a case manager and how your skills and experience relate to the key accountabilities of the role.

OT Employees – please apply through your myHR portal at work.  This will ensure your myHR employee profile will be recognised as internal.


Please apply online through your myHR careers portal at work with your CV and cover letter. Only applications made online will be accepted.


Applications close:  27 May 2018

For any further (confidential) discussion about the role, contact Jill Dawson,


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