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Awarua Whānau Services is an organisation that provides our community with health and social services. It is a place where people can work with a purpose and make a meaningful difference in the lives of others. Working at Awarua Whānau Services means being part of a team that is passionate about serving the community and improving the overall well-being of its members. You will have the opportunity to work with a diverse group of professionals,  all committed to making a positive impact in whānau lives by supporting their social, health and educational needs.​ In addition, AWS offers a supportive work environment that values teamwork, professional development and work-life balance. At AWS we are flexible in the way we work, putting whānau first and ensuring that manaakitanga is demonstrated across all areas of our service.​If you are passionate about working with the community of Murihiku,  Awarua Whānau Services could be the perfect place for you. 

Why work with us?

Current Mahi Opportunities 

Invercargill

Registered Nurse 

The Registered Nurse will support whānau through clinical assessment, intervention, care planning and education in a community clinic setting. 

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Invercargill

Mauri ora 

Awarua Whānau Services has an opportunity for an individual who would like to work with Māori whānau and communities, especially kuia and koroua, healthy and independent by developing and facilitating group exercise programmes. 

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Otago 

Nurse Practioner - Mātanga Tapuhi

The Nurse Practioner is responsible for establishing a therapeutic partnership with whānau through clinical assessment, intervention, care planning and education in the community clinic setting

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Invercargill

Whānau Tautoko

Awarua Whānau Services has an opportunity for an individual who is committed to pursuing hauora for whānau.

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Otago 

The Registered Nurse will support whānau through clinical assessment, intervention, care planning and education in a community clinic setting. 

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If you are interested get in touch with Helen (03) 218 6668 or email hramsay@awarua.nz or enter your details below. 

Nga mihi!

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