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Job Vacancy at Family Action: Rangatahi Social Worker

January 27, 2023 at 10:59 AM

From Family Action –

Family Action have a vacancy for a newly created Rangatahi Social Worker role. This role is an 18 month fixed term pilot project, focusing on improving outcomes for youth and their whānau. As such, the nature of the role may vary as the we identify and adapt to the changing needs of our community. Rangatahi Social Worker to provide crisis counselling, mentoring, and social work to child and youth clients, and their whānau, with a special focus to work with those who have experienced family harm and trauma.

For more information or to apply, see Seek:

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