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Job Vacancy: Team Leader (Wellington)

This is a people-focused role where your approachability, responsiveness and genuinely caring personality will shine. You'll work in partnership with other agencies, including our partner organisations, to develop supportive relationships and collaborative service delivery. Our dedicated team will thrive under your leadership, as you harness their talents to provide practical support around access to housing, sustaining tenancies, and linking in to other required services.

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Job Vacancy: Housing Case Worker (Auckland)

Joining a highly skilled and passionate team that shares a strong sense of social justice, you'll work in partnership with other agencies, who are working in the housing and health space, to support people into a permanent home. Your priority will be to work alongside people with housing needs who require your support to housing stability.

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Job Vacancy: Tenancy Manager

For this position, you will need a passion for supporting people who are homeless and often also have other complex issues such as trauma and addictions. This role will appeal to someone who enjoys building relationships as well as managing properties and tenants in the most effective way.

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Job Vacancy: Navigator - Emergency Housing

Providing support from within the organisation's Emergency Housing service, this role is focused on housing and connecting tenants with the community. You will also be focused on guiding tenants through the Ministry of Social Development, health service and education where required, to enable clients to reconnect and work through the system.

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Job Vacancy: Tenancy Coordinator

As Tenancy Coordinator, you will be responsible for the social and financial performance of a designated portfolio of houses. We are looking for an experienced individual who can provide quality tenancy management services including the overall administration of leases documentation, renewal and payments, carry out property inspections and interface directly with sites tenants to achieve best outcomes for clients accessing services.

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Job Vacancy: Social Worker - Emergency & Transitional Housing

STRIVE Community Trust provides emergency and transitional housing for up to a period of 12 weeks. The Trust will support all aspects of the tenants' lives by providing a full range of wrap-around services with the purpose to attain sustainable and long term housing solutions.The primary purpose for the Social Worker is to apply the paramountcy of the child principle in terms of safety, and work in partnership with children and their families to provide a relationship of trust.

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Job Vacancy: Housing Business Optimisation Manager

VisionWest Community Housing provides emergency, transitional and long-term supported housing, with the aim to provide those whom have previously struggled with homelessness into safe, healthy and affordable quality housing. You will be responsible for providing business optimisation strategy, driving and supporting the performance of the Housing team with the General Manager and senior leadership team.

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Job Vacancy: Housing First Key Worker

Lifewise and the Auckland City Mission are seeking a Housing First Key Worker for the exciting collaborative Housing First programme in the Auckland city centre. Housing First provides rapid access to housing and wrap around supports to people experiencing chronic homelessness in the Auckland city centre using the principles of Housing First and a kaupapa Māori approach.

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Job Vacancy: Programme Leader

AWHI (Auckland Wide Housing Initiative) is a healthy housing programme run by the National Hauora Coalition. AWHI provides services to coordinate interventions for eligible families in South Auckland that will reduce household crowding (functional and structural) and make the home warmer, drier and healthier. This is an exciting, developing programme looking at complex issues facing whānau; there is an opportunity to make a real difference for children and their whānau.

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