17 Apr, 2024

Full range of career opportunities at The Fono

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Over 60 different roles – what a choice. Find your career here.

The Fono Trust has over 60 different roles for our people within our wide range of services. You may be surprised at the variety you will find across our health and wellbeing services and Oceania Career Academy.

For example these are just a few of the roles we have in:

  • Warehousing (Feleoko - Foodbank)
  • Graphic design (Corporate Services)
  • Fale Talanoa (contact centre)
  • Care coordination (ensuring patients can access our integrated model of care)
  • Mind Health Practitioners (Healthy Minds – LagiOla service)
  • Oceania Career Academy tutors for construction and health and wellbeing courses, and other roles
  • Treatment coordination (dental service patient support)
  • Midwives (Kahu Taurima – well child service, maternal health).
  • Multiple positions (Medical, Dental, Healthy Life, Whānau Support services)
  • Navigator positions (within nearly all our services)

Not all these positions are open right now but check our website’s careers page regularly for all open positions. Our current priority opportunities are for:

  • Registered Social Workers across various services (Family Start, Whanau Ora, Aiga FonoCare – the primary health outreach team).
  • Registered Nurse for Aiga FonoCare, based in Henderson

If you or someone you know is a social worker or registered nurse wanting to join the leading Pacific health and wellbeing organisation check out the careers page or email careers@thefono.org with your CV stating your preferred position.

To see all available positions go to our careers page -

When you become part of The Fono family you are sharing over 30 years of heritage as the Pacific organisation proven to have the power to generate substantial improvements for Pacific peoples in health and wellbeing right across Auckland.

Fiugalu Tevita Funaki MNZM, CEO - The Fono Trust