Positions Available

Join our growing and caring team…

The Fono is a proven leader in delivering health outcomes for the people who need it the most, fostering well, safe, vibrant and informed communities.  We are currently in an exciting phase of growth. Come and be part of our journey by joining our passionate, focused and committed team as we strive together to reduce the health inequalities of communities and find innovative ways to deliver culturally appropriate services across all of our locations. Caring is our Culture and that includes caring for our team!

RN – primary health

  • Great team – well supported
  • West Auckland – Henderson

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About the role

An exciting opportunity to join The Fono – New Zealand’s foremost Pasifika health and social services organisation at our practice in Henderson. This full-time Registered Nurse position is a special opportunity and will probably best suit a nurse with at least 2+ years’ primary health experience looking for an interesting general practice role in a community health organisation. You will be part of an experienced RN team with topflight practice management support. Enjoying being part of a wider team that as well as GPs and nurses has the in practice support of mental health, outreach, dental, public health and social services professionals delivering The Fono’s Integrated Model of Care. Our patient population is representative of the vibrant West Auckland Pasifika community.

About the role

If you are looking for an opportunity to make your mark with the leading Pasifika primary health and dental organisation and have the right blend of expertise and enthusiasm this could be your ideal role. 

  • Good primary health experience
  • Capable in chronic care management
  • Enjoy working with the Pasifika culture of West Auckland and its peoples

 

Find out more / apply

For an application form, job description or further details contact Anthony 027 272 3388 or text RNH to 0212713333 with your email or respond to this advertisement and send your details – recruiter@aidmax.co.nz putting RNH in the subject line.

Campaign Management

  • Marketing developer and manager
  • Senior Management Team Role
  • Building the future for youth
  • OCA – The leading Pacific PTE

About the role

The Oceania Career Academy has re-organised its recruiting, relationships and marketing resources to create a new role managing its campaigns to attract, train and retain students seeking a career in construction. We are looking for a person with the right blend of experience and enthusiasm for what young Pacific people can achieve. The Campaign Ta’ita’i (leader/guide – Samoan reports to the Campus Director and works with our academic and mentoring teams using The Fono’s marketing / communications group and community engagement resources to attract students and their families to connect with Oceania Career Academy.

We are owned by The Fono Trust and are a NZQA Category One training organisation. This role is a tremendous opportunity to join the PTE that has stamped its mark on trade training and transitions to skilled jobs in the construction industry.

A competitive salary will be offered for the right person with the motivation to make a real difference with Pacific youth. Located in the Airport Oaks Training Precinct in Mangere. 40 hours per week – salaried position.

 

About You

We are looking for someone with the vision, skills and suitable experience to work with a team unleashing the potential of Pacific students young and older and setting them on the path to lifelong employment. As Campaign Ta’ita’i you will thrive on using your wide based marketing and recruitment experience to foster youthful careers and transition them to work. The Campaign Ta’ita’i will have a record of proven ability in:

  • An understanding of Pacific peoples’ cultures and protocols with the ability to connect and build relationships in all Pacific communities
  • Planning integrated campaigns – managing them – measuring what works
  • Knowledge across diverse recruiting activities including communication in all forms including media, PR, events, social media, personal presentations
  • Briefing and enthusing support resources – internal teaching and mentoring staff, community engagement teams, agencies and within schools, the Maori/Pacific training sector and construction industry

 

About Us

Education – Empowerment – Employment is our theme. The Oceania Career Academy is a Category One institution, NZQA and TEC accredited and is a unit of The Fono – the leader in unified wellbeing and development services for Pacific peoples. Our Campus is located in the Auckland Airport area.

See our video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwY_meeXHk4

Website: http://www.oca.nz/

 

Find out more / apply

For an application form, job description or further details contact Anthony 027 272 3388 or text OCT to 021 0244 8929 with your email or respond to this advertisement and send your details – scout@aidmax.co.nz

Applications will be progressively reviewed so do not delay.

Pacific Community Navigator

  • Pacific Vaccination “Ambassador”
  • Influence Tongan leadership and communities
  • Based West – Auckland wide coverage

The Fono Health

About the role

The work goes on. Join us in one of the most important campaigns we have ever had as a combined Pacific force. Be one of two additional connectors at The Fono working with Pacific community leaders to encourage them to use their influence convincing their memberships and communities to vaccinate and organising resources to facilitate group vaccinations. Fixed Term (subject to identified need). Based in Henderson – but Auckland wide coverage. We have a position for someone to work with the Tongan community and one other position who can support one of our other Pacific communities.

About You

For the position the attributes we need are:
• Ability to influence in empowering ways
• Know how to present well
• Understand networking
• Commitment to vaccination
• Great customer service
• Excellent time management
• Flexibility

Find out more / apply

For an application form, job description or further details contact Anthony 027 272 3388 or text VPCN to 027 272 3388 with your email or respond to this advertisement and send your details – recruiter@aidmax.co.nz putting VPCN in the subject line.

Diabetes Care Coordinator

  • Vital primary health role
  • Suit Health Educator / Nurse / HCA
  • Special opportunity at leading Pacific wellbeing innovator
The Fono Medical

About the role

If you want to make a real difference to Pacific wellbeing, this is the role for you. Become our new diabetes self-management education care coordinator.


The Diabetes Care Coordinator provides the Pacific peoples’ diabetes education and self-management services (DSME-DCIP) based at The Fono’s Henderson practice. The position of Diabetes Care Coordinator provides culturally appropriate and relevant diabetes education and self-management support to Pacific people experiencing the health condition. This position works in partnership with the GP, nurse and outreach services at The Fono and is an essential component of our FonoCare Integrated Model of Care.


The position is 40 hours per week based in Henderson. It is a special opportunity and requires a versatile worker with great communication and organisational skills looking for an exciting new role. You may be a new graduate or an experienced worker with or without nursing qualification. What you will have an ability to engage with Pacific people, an ability to learn about diabetes self-management and a real wish to make a change for better health and social outcomes for Pacific families.

Key Requirements:

  • Have suitable health education qualification and/or experience
  • Good communicator and relationship manager
  • Be well organised and able to organise others
  • Be computer literate
  • Have a full Drivers Licence
  • Be able to work flexibly
  • A Pacific language capability may be an advantage
  • Value and live The Fono approach to working with community groups and families

Find out more / apply

For an application form, job description or further details contact Anthony 0272723388 or text DCC to 0212713333 with your email or respond to this advertisement and send your details – recruiter@aidmax.co.nz putting DCC in the subject line.

Dental Assistant

  • Experienced DA
  • Proven customer service expertise
  • Part-time (Mon-Tue)
  • Growing community Dental Clinic
The Fono Dental

About the role

Become a member of the enthusiastic dental team at our busy Henderson practice. Your role will primarily be as a chairside dental assistant but you will be expected to work as a dental receptionist when required. The position is 16 hours a week, currently between 8.30-5pm Mon-Tue. Expansion may mean the range of hours may be between 7.30 am – 7pm including Saturday clinics in future.


Easily accessible by public transport the practice is at 3411 Great North Rd Henderson. It combines dental services with a primary health practice and community services.

About you

What you will need for this position is:

  • Experienced Dental Assistant
  • Proven customer service expertise
  • Demonstrate leadership capabilities when confronted with unexpected challenges
  • Be a hard-working and supportive team member
  • Possess excellent oral and face-to-face communication skills
  • Computer competency in Exact

Find out more / apply

For an application form, job description email recruiter@aidmax.co.nz or text DAH and your email address to 0272723388 or call us.

Public Health Skin Programme Coordinator (“Happy Skin Coordinator”)

  • Award winning programme
  • “Happy Skin” health initiative
  • The leader in Pasifika wellbeing
The Fono Health

About the role

Four years ago The Fono initiated a campaign to co-design a programme with the Tuvalu community through the churches to permanently address the prevalence of skin and soft tissue infections (SSTI). The campaign won awards for its success and innovation and was “branded by the Tuvalu community as Happy Skin”. A song was even composed about it. The success of that effort has led to The Fono being able to expand the programme in partnership with 12 Tongan and Samoan community and church groups. The contract has a further 15 months to run (but may be extended depending upon success).


This position is designed to coordinate the programme as an on-going project to reduce the rates of highly preventable and infectious SSTI Leading it externally in relationships with church and community groups and internally with clinical staff. Driving the development of new ideas, implementation, documentation and preparing reports on progress.

About you

We are seeking an enthusistic person with the right blend of experience, health promotion skills and a strong belief in fostering equity in health and wellbeing for Pasifika.

You will have:

  • General knowledge of the Pacific, health and social services sector
  • Knowledge of the institutions important to Pacific peoples and the role played by them in Pacific life in New Zealand
  • Experience in a community health and education role
  • A clinical qualification is not necessary – but may be an advantage
  • Understanding and experience in Government contracting procedures including report preparation
  • Appropriate and relevant experience in project management
  • Able to effectively self-manage so that operations are efficient, timely and well reported
  • Drivers licence necessary

Find out more / apply

For an application form, job description or further details contact Anthony 0272723388 or text HSC to 02102448929 with your email or respond to this advertisement and send your details – scout@aidmax.co.nz putting HSC in the subject line.

Medical Reception

  • FonoCare customer Service
  • Medical Practice
  • Full time opportunity
  • Henderson
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About the role

We are looking for a customer service focused receptionist to be a FonoCare Service Agent at our Henderson medical practice.


Become a member of our enthusiastic FonoCare team. Your primary role will as a receptionist but there may be other skill development opportunities including in our customer service in-bound phone team.


The position is 40 hours a week, currently between 8.30-5pm Mon-Fri. Expansion may mean the range of hours may be between up to 8pm including Saturday clinics in future. Note: you will not be required to work more than 40 hours per week.
Easily accessible by public transport the practice combines a primary health practice with dental services and a pharmacy.

About you

What you will need for this position is:

  • Enthusiasm for working in a health environment
  • Proven customer service expertise
  • I.T. system competency and adaptability
  • To demonstrate initiative when confronted with unexpected challenges
  • Be a hard-working and supportive team member
  • Possess excellent oral and face-to-face communication skills

Find out more / apply

For an application form, job description or further details contact Anthony 0272723388 or text MRH to 02102448929 with your email or respond to this advertisement and send your details – scout@aidmax.co.nz putting MRH in the subject line.

Team Leader – Public Health

  •  Stop smoking innovation & action
  • Delivering results for improved health
  • Leading in Pasifika wellbeing outcomes
  • West Auckland location
The Fono Health

About the role

The contribution The Fono has been making in the stop-smoking drive towards Smokefree Aotearoa 2025 has been recognised in increased responsibility amongst Pacific peoples. The Pacific smoking rate remains high with Pacific adults 1.86 times more likely than non-Pacific to be current smokers. Smoking amongst Pacific peoples is more likely to lead to negative health outcomes than the non-Pacific population.

The Fono is stepping up with initiatives to make a difference and this will include the appointment of a Team Leader – Stop Smoking reporting to Manager Public Health. The Team Leader will lead The Fono’s established Stop Smoking group, coordinate the partnership relationship with the “Ready Steady Quit” ProCare partner, oversee community engagement initiatives, provide leadership with the pregnant Pacific women project and any new stop smoking initiatives. Key to the role is the building of relationships internally and externally including within the Stop Smoking sector nationally.

The position will be based in Henderson but have responsibilities across Metro Auckland.

About you

What you will need for this position is:

• Complete commitment to Smokefree 2025
• A sound understanding of how to generate action within Pacific communities
• Exceptional presentation skills
• Proven project management experience
• Appreciation of addiction treatments
• Suitable qualification (such as the NTS Stop Smoking Practitioner) in addiction treatment
• An ability to develop rapport with a wide range of people
• Excellent analysis and reporting capabilities
• Keen to be part of making a difference for Pacific people across Auckland

There are also other stop smoking roles available – so check these out too.

Find out more / apply

For an application form, job description or further details contact Anthony 0272723388 or text TLSC to 02102448929 with your email or respond to this advertisement and send your details – scout@aidmax.co.nz putting TLSC in the subject line.

Quit Coaches / Engagement Coordinator

  • Stop smoking innovation & action
  • 3 Public Health positions
  • Leading in Pasifika wellbeing outcomes
  • Delivering results for improved health
  • West Auckland location
The Fono Health

About the role

The contribution The Fono has been making in the stop-smoking drive towards Smokefree Aotearoa 2025 has been recognised in increased responsibility amongst Pacific peoples. The Pacific smoking rate remains high with Pacific adults 1.86 times more likely than non-Pacific to be current smokers. Smoking amongst Pacific peoples is more likely to lead to negative health outcomes than the non-Pacific population.

The Fono is stepping up with initiatives to make a difference and this will include the appointment of additional Stop Smoking Team members in The Fono’s established Stop Smoking group.

There are two roles available.

  • Quit Coaches – Stop Smoking | Quit coach for people who smoke. Walking alongside people, providing guidance towards their goal of a smoke-free healthy and economically better life.

 

  • Engagement Coordinator – Stop Smoking | A person with exceptional skills in building rapport as they support the step to a quit date before handing over to their colleagues, the Quit Coaches.


The positions will be based in Henderson but have responsibilities across Metro Auckland.

About you

What you will need for this position is:

  • Complete commitment to Smokefree 2025
  • A sound understanding of how to work within Pacific communities
  • Appreciation of addiction treatments and willingness to undertake (at The Fono’s cost) the NTS Stop Smoking Practitioner) in addiction treatment (if not already qualified)
  • An ability to develop rapport with a wide range of people
  • To be a “salesperson for good health” and able to convert contacts into commitment
  • Accurate data recording, analysis and reporting capability
  • Keen to be part of making a real difference for Pacific people across Auckland

 

There is also a team leader stop smoking role available – so check this out too.

Find out more / apply

For an application form, job description or further details contact Anthony 0272723388 or text EGSSQCSS to 02102448929 with your email or respond to this advertisement and send your details – scout@aidmax.co.nz putting EGSSQCSS in the subject line.

Pacific Community Navigator 

  • Community development
  • Force for change – Pasefika Proud
  • The leader in Pacific wellbeing
  • Samoan Community
The Fono

About the role

The Fono is an active supporter of the Pasefika Proud Theory of Change, a strengths-based concept, focusing on community-led solutions. These harness the transformative power of Pacific cultural values and frameworks to encourage violence-free, respectful relationships that support Pacific peoples to thrive. The Fono has a contract to employ three community connectors to implement the Pasefika Proud Theory of Change (Pathways for Change framework) amongst key Pacific community leaders and influencers in Auckland and in turn the groups they lead and inspire. Due to promotion, we now have the Samoan position available


The purpose of the role is to build the leaders’ capability to be able to understand family violence within Samoa, Tonga, and Cook Islands families and take suitable steps towards realistic solutions that help to embed and sustain social change at the community level.


The roles revolve around relationship management for key Pacific leaders in Auckland, particularly in the Churches, to build their capability to promote safe practices within Pacific families for Samoan, Tongan and the Cook Islands peoples.

 

About you

We are seeking an enthusistic person with the right blend of experience, relationship skills and a strong belief in fostering wellbeing equity for Pacific peoples.

  • General knowledge of the Pacific social services sector and experience in a community role
  • Knowledge of the institutions important to Pacific peoples and the role played by them in Pacific life in New Zealand – particularly Samoan
  • Knowing who are the most influential people in the particular sector
  • Experience in connecting with the top-level persons of influence
  • Understanding and experience in Government contracting procedures including report preparation
  • Appropriate and relevant experience in project management
  • Able to effectively self-manage so that operations are efficient, timely and well reported
  • Drivers licence necessary

Find out more / apply

For an application form, job description email recruiter@aidmax.co.nz or text PCND and your email address to 0212713333 or call us on 0272723388

Health Coach

  • Join our integrated Pacific approach to mental health based in general practice
  • Supporting people to make lifestyle changes to increase their wellbeing
  • Walking alongside people to help them reach their wellness goals
  • Based in accessible West & Central Auckland
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About the role

We are looking for a special person to join our Mental Health Team. Working with the entire general practice team, including GP’s, Nurses, Health Improvement Practitioner, Social Services and Whanau Ora in our Blockhouse Bay Rd and Central practice.

The Health Coach role supports patients/clients and their family through the development of skills, tools, confidence and lifestyle choices that enable the achievement of wellness goals. Conversations around mental health, providing emotional support and linking families into other services relevant to wellness is also a key element of the role.

The Fono is the leading service provider for Pacific families and the Health Coach role is aligned with Pacific models of care. The role sits within a skilled and trained workforce of practitioners who understand the Pacific context, values, uniqueness and diversity.

About you

This is a rewarding opportunity for someone with a suitable health, mental health or social services background and a passion for working alongside Pacific people and their families. You will be comfortable working in a role requiring flexibility, and variety of approaches that are appropriate for our patients/consumers. You will see this as a tremendous opportunity to use your skills to make a difference in the physical and mental health of clients and patients you come in contact with.


You will have:

  • Experience relevant to a community mental health, social or education role
  • A broad understanding of health, social services and other Pacific focused wellbeing services available
  • The talent to develop rapport with a wide range of people
  • Knowledge of protocols amongst Pacific peoples with the ability to work across various Pacific groups
  • A positive ‘can-do’ attitude, particularly in times of stress

 

Find out more / apply

For an application form, job description or further details contact Anthony 0272723388 or text MHCB to 02102448929 with your email or respond to this advertisement and send your details – scout@aidmax.co.nz putting MHCB in the subject line.

Dental Reception

  • FonoCare customer Service
  • Dental Practice
  • Full time opportunity
  • Central Auckland
The Fono Dental

About the role

We are looking for a customer service focused receptionist to be a FonoCare Service Agent at our Central City dental practice. Become a member of our enthusiastic FonoCare team. Your primary role will as a receptionist but there may be other skill development opportunities including in our customer service in-bound phone team and even becoming a trained Dental Assistant.

The position is 40 hours a week, currently between 8.30-5pm Mon-Fri. Expansion may mean the range of hours may be between 7.30 am – 7pm including Saturday clinics in future. Note: you will not be required to work more than 40 hours per week.

Easily accessible by public transport the practice combines dental services with a primary health practice and pharmacy.

About you

What you will need for this position is:

  • Enthusiasm for working in a health environment
  • Proven customer service expertise
  • I.T. system competency and adaptability
  • To demonstrate initiative when confronted with unexpected challenges
  • Be a hard-working and supportive team member
  • Possess excellent oral and face-to-face communication skills

Find out more / apply

For an application form, job description or further details contact Anthony 0272723388 or text FCHD to 02102448929 with your email or respond to this advertisement and send your details – scout@aidmax.co.nz putting FCHD in the subject line.

Dentists

  • Variety of work to suit your skill level
  • Flexible remuneration
  • Part-Time or Full Time
  • CBD location
The Fono Dental

About the role

 We are looking for dentists for our growing CBD practice handy to public transport.  Great opportunity if you are senior, intermediate or junior.   Collegial team.  Modern surgeries have OPG x-ray, rotary endodontics and EXACT.  Be supported by other clinical and social services disciplines as part of our integrated model of care – FonoCare.
 
  • General dentistry / rotary endo / oral surgery / wisdom teeth / IV sedation
  • Oversight, collegial support and part of a medical centre
  • Remuneration to match experience
  • Flexible remuneration options – lets talk
  • Full time or part-time

 

Find out more / apply

For more information call Anthony on 027 2723388 text your email and DC to 021 271 3333 or email recruiter@aidmax.co.nz

Oral Health Therapist

  • 2-3 days a week
  • Auckland CBD
  • Growing Dental Service
The Fono Dental

About the role

This opportunity in our busy three surgery City practice will provide the right person with an opportunity to really make a difference in a dental practice which is supported by an integrated model of care. We are initially looking for an Oral Health Therapist to provide services 2-3 days a week , 8 hours per day with daily times to suit patients and you. There may be future opportunities to work further weekdays at our Henderson practice for someone wanting more work. Located in the CBD handy to public transport, the practice is a combined dental and medical centre where we are building a great team in a collegial environment.
 

About you

The person we are looking for is:

  • Enthusiastic
  • Qualified and experienced (2+ years)
  • Is competent with Exact
  • Wants to part of an integrated model of care while developing their career further
  • Is keen to join a team developing fresh approaches to wellbeing

 

For more information call Anthony on 027 2723388 text your email and HC to 021 271 3333 or email recruiter@aidmax.co.nz putting HC in the subject line.

Health Improvement Practitioner

  • Join the team providing mental wellbeing services at The Fono and making a real difference
  • Providing brief evidence-based interventions with individuals, groups and families for mental health challenges in people of all ages
  • Working within a Pacific model of care where Pacific values, beliefs and practices guide approaches and ways of working.
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Talofa lava, Malo e lelei, Kia orana, Nisa bula vinaka, Fakaalofa atu, Talofa, Mauri, Taloha Ni, Ia orana, Tena koe.


The Fono is part of an exciting opportunity to transform how we provide health and wellbeing services for Pacific families. Our approach extends and strengthens an integrated way of working, and now includes Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Health Improvement Practitioners, Health Coaches and integrated whanau ora and social services. Pacific values, beliefs and practices sit at the heart of what we do, guiding our approach to serving.

 

About the role

The Health Improvement Practitioner (HIP) role sits within the general practice team and can be easily accessed by Fono patients in need of support with mental wellbeing. This is an integrated role which provides education and advice to other members of the general practice team, the community based mental health support team and the wider Fono services as needed. The HIP role is guided by what works for Pacific people. Interventions are based on FACT and other brief approaches and are delivered in ways that align with Pacific values and practices.

“A part of my role I really appreciate the opportunity for talanoa. Honouring the space for this to occur and gaining a genuine cultural understanding of client issues means that people are more likely to succeed with their plans. A patient recently shared her grief story with me, and went on to develop a plan around grief and her role in the family. It was a privilege to witness how achieving her goals also helped with the management of her diabetes, sleep, family relationships and stress”. HIP at The Fono

 

We are now recruiting for a HIP to work at our Henderson and City practices. The role is full time. 

About you

You will see this as a tremendous opportunity to use your skills and training in a vital area of need. You will be motivated by the opportunity to significantly contribute to improving wellbeing for Pacific people through the delivery of effective mental health interventions and services. You will have:

  • A current New Zealand Nurse registration
  • A passion for mental health and experience in talking therapies
  • A deep understanding of Pacific culture and protocols and the ability to engage with individuals and family from a variety of cultures and backgrounds
  • A positive ‘can-do’ attitude and psychological flexibility
  • Energy to be part of, and contribute to the ongoing development of this exciting Fono development and ongoing Pacific community-driven innovations

 

How we can support you in the HIP role

  • Cultural training by Pacific leaders
  • Ongoing professional supervision
  • A professional development and training programme to ensure you have the skills, tools and confidence to be exceptional in the HIP role
  • Access to consultation with professionals from all Pacific nations
  • Membership in a multidisciplinary organisation

 

Find out more / apply

For an application form, job description or further details contact Anthony 027 272 3388 or text HIP to 02102448929 with your email or respond to this advertisement and send your details – scout@aidmax.co.nz putting HIP in the subject line.

GP – Henderson

  • Leading health organisation
  • Strong support for GPs with Integrated Model of Care
  • Join a great team making a real difference in Pacific health
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About the role

The Fono, the leader in Pacific health is seeking a part-time to full time GP for its ProCare, RNZCGP Foundation Henderson practice. Become a part of the professional GP practice team delivering primary health services with the support of in practice GP support services via integrated model of care incl. mental health, outreach, dental, public health and social services. 6/10th to 10/10th.

Find out more / apply

For an application form, job description or further details contact Anthony 027 272 3388 or text him GPH with your email or respond to this advertisement and send your details to anthony@aidmax.co.nz putting GPH in the subject line.

Carpentry Trainer

• Level 3 Carpentry Programme
• Make a difference – you can
• OCA – The leading Pacific PTE

About the role

Oceania Career Academy (OCA) has developed a tremendous reputation for getting work ready Pacific youth into great careers in the construction industry. Key to this success is the team we have. Join us if you have been working as a tutor in construction and are now looking for an opportunity to make a difference in the Pacific community and have the right blend of experience and enthusiasm for young people, this may be your ideal role. We have Level 3 Trades Tutor positions available now at the Oceania Career Academy for programmes preparing students for employment in the construction trades. The role includes working with the management team on the development of the organisation and proposals for initiatives in educational transitions to skilled work and higher education within the wider Pacific peoples’ social context. Competitive salary / 40 hours a week. The role is located at the OCA Campus in the Airport Oaks Training Precinct in Mangere.

About You

We are looking for someone with the vision, skills and trade training qualifications and experience to unleash the potential of Pacific students and set them on the path to lifelong skilled employment this is your chance. As the Tutor you will
 
  • Assist to design and deliver training programmes in a manner that is consistent with the priorities and culture of OCA
  • Use current best practice to support the highest training standards and to provide a positive student learning experience
  • Along with specialist mentors provide pastoral support to students necessary to ensure their retention and success
  • Actively engage with OCA stakeholders including commercial enterprises to maintain currency, relevance and credibility of the programme
  • Support and contribute actively to the operation of OCA, including through membership of committees and project teams
 

About Us

Education – Empowerment – Employment is our theme. The Oceania Career Academy is NZQA and TEC accredited and is a unit of The Fono – the leader in unified wellbeing and development services for Pacific peoples. We acknowledge the support of Pasifika Futures and Foundation North. Our Campus is located in Rennie Drive Mangere in the Auckland Airport area. http://www.oca.nz/

View the story of one of OCA’s students, Tomasi here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwY_meeXHk4

Find out more / apply

For an application form, job description or further details contact Anthony 027 272 3388 or text L3CT to 021 271 3333 with your email or respond to this advertisement and send your details – recruiter@aidmax.co.nz

Applications will be progressively reviewed so apply now.

The Fono Head Office
Level 2, 6 Alderman Drive
Henderson, Auckland 0612
P: (09) 267 6331

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