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MOJ launches new role and recruitment for 50 Kaiārahi - Family Court Navigators

March 12, 2021 at 2:04 PM

From the NZFVC

The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) has announced a new role for the Family Court. Recruitment has started for this role across the country.

MOJ has started recruitment for 50 Kaiārahi - Family Court Navigators across the country. The role is part of the Strengthening the Family Court initiatives, announced in Budget 2020.

According to the MOJ media release, "Kaiārahi – Family Court Navigators will provide guidance and information about the resolution/support options available to parents, caregivers and whānau who are considering applying to the Family Court."

MOJ Manager Justice Services – Family Robert Loo said:

“The Kaiārahi – Family Court Navigators will aim to improve family justice outcomes for parents, whānau and tamariki by empowering families to make informed decisions on appropriate justice pathways and how to access them. They’ll also provide information about how to engage with the court for legal matters or how to access out-of-court services.” 

MOJ has begun recruiting for the roles. You can find the roles on the MOJ Careers Centre.

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