At Tui Ora we work alongside whānau and communities, understanding the importance of integrated or wrap-around services.
We encourage staff to work together. Our organisation is unique because staff tap into a range of health and social services underneath the Tui Ora umbrella. We seek people willing to embrace new ideas and those who want to empower others in improving health and wellbeing. For current vacancies see below.
Our Youth team requires a Child & Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS) Clinician who will provide a community service for children, adolescents and their families/whānau that is strengths-based and resilience oriented. The clinician will support children and adolescents with complex mental health issues up to the ... more
Full-time but flexible terms would be considered
As part of the general practice team our GPs are responsible for providing patient-centred, culturally appropriate, and individual holistic care to a defined population. The doctors work closely with the nursing team and support staff to provide clinical guidance, assistance, education and support. more
Two positions available
The Recovery Support Worker (RSW) provides an array of recovery focused support services in a variety of community based settings for Tāngata Whaiora who experience mental health disorders with higher levels of acuity. more