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Job Vacancy at The Fono: Family Start Worker

October 05, 2017 at 4:45 PM

*From The Fono website*

  • Position – Northcote, North Shore
  • Exciting Family Work opportunity
  • Working with high needs families with newborns

Join a great team making a positive difference with Pacific and migrant communities. 

This 40 hour per week position based in Northcote, North Shore is a special opportunity and requires a versatile, experienced social / family worker looking for an exciting new role. Family Start is a free service for parents and caregivers who are facing challenges making parenting harder. The Family Start Worker's role is to support families to become more confident with their parenting and to improve their overall social, education and health outcomes.

Key Requirements:

  • Social worker experience
  • Value the Family Start approach to working with families
  • Know how to access community resources for families
  • Be computer literate
  • Have a full Drivers Licence
  • Prefer a Level B social work qualification

More information / Apply 

For an application form, job description



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