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31 May 2019

Contract Residential Youth Worker

Eastern Southern Youth Trust –  Wellington City, Wellington

Job Description

Eastern Southern Youth Trust, based in Wellington, have embarked on an exciting partnership to deliver residential care services to young people who can benefit from a supported living environment and who are transitioning to independent living.

Contracted to run two homes in Southern Wellington, for rangitahi between ten and eighteen years of age, we are now looking for Residential Youth Workers who:
– Love young people and want to care for them
– Have a mature outlook and are capable of providing safe and secure homelike environments
– Have an understanding and empathy towards young people who have experienced harm and trauma or challenging backgrounds
– Can work as part of a youth care team
– Can work with young people from a range of culture and backgrounds, especially rangitahi Māori and pacific youth
– Are willing to work in faith based organisation

Due to staff moving north and an opportunity to boost the team, we are seeking new recruits for our two residential houses.

We are are also looking for adaptable youth workers to join our casual relief pool.

We are open to applicants with residential experience in other settings, and applicants from other people related industries such as social and community work, health or psychology etc who can apply their skills to a youth setting.

Professional development is something we prioritise.
As an organisation we are unapologetically faith-based and are looking for team members who are comfortable with that.

Job Expired June 30, 2019

Job Categories: Children, Youth and Family Services. Job Types: Contract. Salaries: On application.

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