Kāhui Tū Kaha | Working together, supporting people to ‘stand strong’

Manaakitanga, whakawhanaungatanga and rangatiratanga guide us in our work. When the work gets tricky, whether your role is in service delivery or business support, you’ll turn to these values for guidance.

Ngā Tūranga Wātea | Vacancies

Check out our current vacancies and feel free to get in touch with questions.

Lead a multidisciplinary team providing housing and support services to people who have been homeless or living in unstable circumstances. 

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Bring your can-do attitude to support our staff with IT issues and software training within a Kaupapa Māori health and social services provider.

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Bring your legal knowledge and attention to detail to support us in managing a large portfolio of properties and tenancies within a Kaupapa Māori social services provider .

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Bring your empathetic, non-judgmental approach to support clients to achieve their goals. 

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Contribute towards empowering tenants with skills and knowledge that will improve their chances of maintaining tenancies long term.

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This role offers you the opportunity to provide support and guidance with the implementation and best practice development of Te Whare Tapa Whā health model and to ensure that a culturally responsive whānau ora approach is considered.

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Ngā Whai Painga | Benefits

Purposeful work makes coming to work easy. It’s one of the many benefits of working at Kāhui Tū Kaha.

Te Aronga Kaupapa |
Purposeful Work

Each and every day, we're doing the mahi to work towards equitable health and social outcomes.

Kahu Hauora |
Health Insurance

Our workplace wellbeing scheme provides you with free insurance for covering your day-to-day medical needs.

Ngā Kāri HOP |
HOP Cards

All staff who use public transport to get to and from work are provided with an automatically topped-up HOP card.

Manaaki Tauira |
Study Support

You can apply for financial assistance towards study and specialised training fees.

Whakangā Huritau |
Birthday Leave

You'll get your birthday off as a paid day off to spend as you wish.

Kura Reo Māori |
Learn Te Reo

Learn alongside other kaimahi of Kāhui Tū Kaha.

"I think support work is where I’m meant to be."
Nunu, Support Worker - Social Housing
Nunu's story
"The mahi we do is a privilege."
Manākinui, Pou Whirinaki
Manākinui's story
"My background was in security, but I was ready for something different."
Dennis, Support Worker - Mental Health
Dennis's story
"The mahi is great and I can be myself."
Josh, Tenancy Coordinator
Josh's story
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Find where you'll thrive

Whether you are well-established in your career or you are just starting out, we have roles to suit values-driven who enjoy working within a team. You’ll have opportunities to try out different services so that you can find where you’ll thrive and do your best work.

We are privileged to work on behalf of Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Whātua

Working with us, you’ll be able to continually develop your Mātauranga Māori, through the use of the Takarangi framework, you’ll have access to cultural support from our team of Pou Whirinaki, and the opportunity to study Te Reo Māori alongside your fellow kaimahi.

Enjoy many opportunities for development

With a strong cultural of internal promotion, we offer many opportunities for progressing your career. Our partnerships with study providers make it easier to gain a relevant qualification while you work, and the financial study support available reduces the financial burden of study.

We are Māori, we are former refugees. We are Muslim, we are Takatāpui.

Whether it’s Matariki, Tongan Language Week or Pride Month, Kāhui Tū Kaha is a workplace where the diversity amongst us is valued and celebrated. We particularly welcome applications from people from communities that are most affected by the health inequities that we seek to redress, such as from Māori, Pacific people, disabled people, and takatāpui and rainbow communities.

Te Paepae Pātai | Frequently asked questions

Some roles have qualification requirements to begin with, others don’t. There are opportunities and support offered to work towards relevant qualifications while you work.

This very much depends on role. For some roles there is flexibility to work from home, some of the time. For other roles, the nature of our work, supporting people in times of need, means that being onsite is a must.

Contact us

careers@kahuitukaha.co.nz

Post: PO Box 74270, Greenlane 1051

Tāmaki Makaurau

UNISYS Building (front entrance)
650 Great South Road, Ellerslie, 1051

Whangārei

191 Lower Dent Street, Whangarei, 0110

Thank you

If your application looks like a potential fit for one of our roles, we will contact you for a short conversation over the phone. If you have any questions regarding our roles or your application, please feel free to contact us at careers@kahuitukaha.co.nz

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