North Haven Hospice provides specialist palliative care to people living with a life-limiting condition. We are an organisation that is strongly values based where those we care for are the focus of all that we do.
Thank you for your interest in working with us. All current job vacancies will be listed below. We also promote all job vacancies on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/northhavenhospice
This important role actively promotes the development of our service that is culturally responsive to the needs of Māori, to promote access to quality care for all people. This will be achieved through supporting our patients, whānau and staff, and connecting with the wider community to promote cultural responsiveness.
Our ideal applicant will have a good understanding of tikanga Māori, be willing to improve their understanding and competency in te reo Māori, and have experience to strengthen the whānau who are caring for one of their own who is palliative.
To be considered for this role it would be desirable to have:
For more information, please download the JOB DESCRIPTION.
Applications close at 8am on Monday 24th August 2020.
* Te Tumu Manaaki is a title conferred on this position by Erima Henare, Māori Language Commissioner, who says "the appointee is a solid foundation upon which those whanau who are using the services of your organisation can rely in troubled and taxing times”.
Manaaki contains elements such as compassion, empathy, sympathy, enablement, love, caring, generous spirit, etc. Tumu refers to a solid foundation and stability.