Help make healthcare accessible to all.

Join The Fono whānau and contribute to empowering and uplifting our communities.

Why work for us

At The Fono, you'll be part of a legacy since 1987, witnessing firsthand the deep connection with the communities we serve. You'll learn from our innovative thinking that challenges limitations and proves that "can't" is not in our vocabulary. Drawing inspiration from our rich history and the remarkable achievements of our team, you'll be empowered to make a meaningful impact every day.

Our work has real impact

We make meaningful relationships with the families and communities we serve. We’re small and agile enough to make improvements quickly. So when you're on the ground you can really make a difference from start to finish, and make a positive impact on people's lives.

Diverse and inclusive work environment

Work in a culturally rich and diverse environment. You'll get the chance to learn about different cultures, traditions, and practices, which can broaden your perspective and enhance your cultural competency.

We value work-life balance

We know how important time is with your whanau. Here at The Fono, we provide a healthy work-life balance for all, specific to the service you work in.

Learning and professional development

Whether you have higher qualifications or valuable life experiences, we offer positions that provide a platform for growth and career progression.

Find your place with us

Current openings

We're currently recruiting for the following roles across The Fono.

Hear from our team

It is always an honour to work alongside with our Pacific Families as their Family Start worker. I am able to help these families navigate complex systems and improving their overall wellbeing and especially their Tamariki. I provide emotional support, advocacy and assistance in addressing their social, economic and personal issues they may be facing.

Janeth Dela Rama

Family Start Team Leader