Ngā-momo-mahi | Careers
We have professionally and culturally competent staff who visit homes, marae, workplaces or wherever people feel comfortable.
We employ a complementary mix of nurses and doctors, health promoters, social and youth workers, and other allied health workers. We also have finance, IT, administration, HR and other business staff who support our service delivery.
In many of our services advocates such as kaiāwhina, kaumātua and kuia walk alongside our clients or tangata whai ora. They offer practical support and education such as co-ordinating transport, supporting clients at appointments, finding out about related services and supporting kaupapa Māori ways of doing things.
Read about the jobs our staff do and the people they help. Find out about current vacancies HERE.
Co-Existing Problems (CEP) Team
Rose Taylor, Sam Mahy and Toi Hamahona make up the Tui Ora Co-Existing Problems (CEP) Team. Read more about their work. more
Vocational Support Specialist
Vocational Support Service
Vocational Support Specialist, Karen Teo says that her job is not just about finding a person a job. She works with a client to map out a career pathway. more
Mama Pēpe Tamariki Ora nurse
Tamariki Ora Service
Mama Pēpe Tamariki Ora nurse, Romane Stockman is a latecomer to nursing but experience and passion for the role, means she's making a real difference in the lives of tamariki. more
Steering young people down a healthy path is the role of Kaitiaki Taiohi Markham Grey. more
Aroha Nuku knows how to take a tackle and training on the rugby pitch has helped prepare her for a job at Youth Service (YS) in South Taranaki. more
Tui Ora Family Health
Dr Gal Carmi is the clinical director at Tui Ora, working as both a GP and as part of the executive leadership team. more
Anne Russell has a challenging job working with challenging youth. “It’s full on,” says the youth worker. “I love it though. Basically my job is about finding out what our youth need to help them ... more