Positions Available

Join our growing and caring team…

Welfare support assessor 

  • Vital Pacific wellbeing support team
  • Assessment and logistics – into homes
  • Mt Wellington (Sylvia Park)
  • Work with Pacific support services 
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About the role

We have positions available right now for Feleoko Assessors working with Pacific people and Whanau in isolation or Quarantine due to Covid-19 or who have other special needs identified by the Assessor. 

The Fono initially successfully established a distribution centre for food and essential needs during Covid-19 Level 3-4. This service has now evolved into a service for people requiring CIQ support along with other families needing assistance.  

You will carry out assessments for Pacific people referred as per appraisal of needs as per specifications for the service inclusive of:

  • Family food requirements
  • Household necessities
  • Special financial distribution

About you

It is a rewarding role as you have the aim to improve outcomes of Pacific families facing special challenges. The position is based at the Mt Wellington (near Sylvia Park) warehouse. The skills needed are excellent customer service ethic, I.T. competency (especially Excel), flexibility and willingness to help out as needed with any aspect of the Feleoko service

Find out more / Apply

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

Screening Coordinator

  • Vital health promotion role
  • Breast and bowel screening champion
  • Special opportunity at leading Pacific innovators
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About the role

The Breast & Bowel Screening Coordinator has the important mission of leading The Fono’s drive to increase screening for breast and bowel cancer amongst Pacific people in the Waitemata region.   Working with Te Whatu Ora testing facility teams, across The Fono West practices, medical centres the Breast & Bowel Screening Coordinator is out in the community “selling” the advantages of timely, regular testing.  Then following through with screening participants in getting them to testing and if necessary, specialist appointments.

A role full of variety featuring lots of interaction with people, involvement in promotions and is one which is an essential component of our FonoCare Integrated Model of Care.

About you

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 new to public health or an experienced health or social worker with or without qualifications.  What you will have an ability to inspire and engage with Pacific people, an ability to learn about cancer screening and a real wish to make a change for better health and social outcomes for Pacific families.

Key Requirements:

  • Have suitable experience
  • Great 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 text BBSC to 0212713333 with your email or respond to this advertisement and send your details – Recruiter@aidmax.co.nz putting BBSC in the subject line.

Feleoko Lead

  • Vital CIQ support team
  • Leading assessment and logistics team
  • Mt Wellington (Sylvia Park)
  • The leader in Pacific support services
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About the role

Join the great team making a real difference in Pacific wellbeing. This fixed term position based at our Mt Wellington (Sylvia Park) Regional Office and Warehouse is a special opportunity which requires a versatile person looking to use their experience in a most worthwhile way.

The Fono initially successfully established a distribution centre for food and essential needs during Covid-19 Levels 3-4. This service has now evolved to a service for people requiring CIQ support along with other families needing assistance.

The purpose of the Feleoko Coordinator is to manage the team carrying out assessments (Community Connectors) and ensure logistics of distribution across Auckland are efficiently carried out. The position interfaces with Feleoko warehouse operations, community and government stakeholders, Fono services, accounts and is responsible for data collection, procedural reviews, analysis and reporting on allocation of goods in line with contracts. It also distributes, after assessment, discretionary support funding. The position is only funded to the end of June 2023 and may end prior as the service runs down.

About you

This role will be an always interesting position suited to a go-getter with versatile skills and a wish to contribute to Pacific families with special needs related to Covid-19 isolation and quarantine or with other needs.

You will have:

• Sound understanding of Pacific cultures and protocols
• Experience in logistics (delivering across Auckland in the most efficient way)
• Understanding of family needs and able to assess requirements and allocate appropriate support
• Team leadership skills
• Full Drivers Licence (Class 2 preferred)

Find out more / Apply

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

Pacific Cultural and Support Navigator

  • Join our integrated mind health team working in practices
  • Supporting the mental health and whanau ora services
  • A Pacific model of care reflecting values, beliefs and ways of working
  • Walking alongside people to help them reach their wellness goals

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About the roles

Investment in our mental health services, now branded as LagiOla – Healthy Minds, is being increased as we continue to transform how The Fono provides health and wellbeing services for Pacific families. We have new positions available right now within the LagiOla and wider practice team locations. The role of LagiOla Community Navigator is designed to further increase the impact LagiOla is making in mind health support by ensuring Pacific cultural considerations are recognised in the services and support elements.


LagiOla Community Navigators assist and support clients and families to access and navigate services which will facilitate the achievement of overall wellbeing goals. They work with the LagiOla Psychiatrists, Clinical Psychologists. Mind Health Practioners and Health Coaches along with the entire general practice team and Whanau Ora Navigators.


The Fono is the leading service provider for Pacific families and the LagiOla Community Navigator 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 and their families. You will see this as a tremendous opportunity to use your skills to make a difference in the physical and mental health of people.

You will have:

  • Knowledge of protocols amongst Pacific peoples with the ability to work across various Pacific groups
  • 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
  • A positive ‘can-do’ attitude, particularly in times of stress

Find out more / Apply

For an application form, job description or further details text LOCN to 02108290062 with your email or respond to this advertisement and send your details – talent@aidmax.co.nz putting LOHC in the subject line.

Mind Health Service Team Leads

  • LagiOla is The Fono’s in-practice mental health service
  • We are looking for team leaders covering Clinicians, Mind Health Practitioners, Health Coaches and Navigators
  • A Pacific model of care reflecting values, beliefs and ways of working.
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About the roles

Investment in our mental health services, now branded as LagiOla – Healthy Minds, continues with team leader positions being established as we continue to transform how The Fono provides health and wellbeing services for Pacific families.

These newly defined positions provide team management opportunities combined with fulfilling frontline engagement with individuals and their whanau. Applying cultural skills in Talanoa and relationship-based methodologies using the Ngalu Fanifo – “riding the wave” model. This approach to psychological distress, funded through our partnership with Pasifika Futures Ltd has worked exceptionally well. Proven to extend and strengthen The Fono’s integrated way of working, and includes teamwork with the LagiOla Clinical Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Counsellors, 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.

Positions available are:

Mind Health Practitioner Lead

  • West or South based. Unifying the Mind Health Practitioner team comprising Counsellors, HIP, RN – Psych. DAAPNZ members, Registered Social workers etc.

LagiOla Navigator Lead

  • West or South based. The LagiOla Community Navigator Lead provides leadership to the Mind Health Practitioner team and supports members through consultation, coaching

Health Coach Lead

  • Provides mentoring and support for the Health Coaches to perform well and achieve their potential with the people they work for

Clinical Lead

  • Part time role (one day per week). Oversees the LagiOla model of care and ensures the Fono practices deliver high standard mental health services effectively to patients/clients through its clinical and community mental services

About you

You will see one of these leadership roles as a tremendous opportunity to use your skills and training in vital areas of need. You will be motivated by the opportunity to lead a group significantly contributing to improving wellbeing for Pacific people through the delivery of effective trauma support and other services. You will have:

  • Suitable qualifications, accreditations and experience for the role sought
  • A deep understanding of Pacific culture and protocols and the ability to engage from a variety of backgrounds
  • A positive ‘can-do’ attitude and flexibility
  • Energy to be part of, and contribute to the ongoing development of the exciting LagiOla development at The Fono and other ongoing Pacific community-driven innovations

How we can support you in the role:

  • Cultural training by Pacific leaders
  • Ongoing professional supervision
  • A professional development and training programme to ensure you have the skills, tools
  • 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 0272723388 or text MFP to 02108290062 with your email or respond to this advertisement and send your details – talent@aidmax.co.nz putting MFP in the subject line.

 

Medical Reception

  • FonoCare customer Service
  • Full time opportunity
  • West Auckland
  • Leader in wellbeing
The Fono Medical
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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 and dental practice.

Become a member of our enthusiastic FonoCare team. While training will be given, we want persons who will reflect the professionalism of the organisation and have exceptional customer service expertise, sound technical skills, ability to adapt to fast moving technological change combined with caring personal attributes and initiative.

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 primary health medical services with a dental practice and support services.

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 text FCRH to 0212713333 with your email address or respond to this advertisement and send your details – recruiter@aidmax.co.nz putting FCRH in the subject line.

Family Start Worker 

  • Exciting opportunity with migrant families
  • High needs families with newborns – Chinese/Korean community
  • Join a great team making a real difference
The Fono Social
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About the role

If you are looking for an opportunity to make your mark with a leading health and social services organisation and have the right blend of expertise and enthusiasm this could be your ideal role. This 40 hour per week position based in Northcote is a special opportunity and requires a versatile social / family worker looking for an exciting new role.
Family Start is a free service for parents and caregivers who are facing challenges which are making parenting harder. The Family Start Worker’s role is to support families to become more confident with their parenting and to improve their overall social, education and health aspirations.

About you

You will have a real wish to make a difference in your community with young families, have the right expertise and have suitable experience in working with young people.

Key Requirements:
• Value the Family Start approach to working with families
• Know how to access community resources for families
• Be trained in ‘Parents As First Teachers’ or willing to be trained
• Level B social work qualification preferred
• Mandarin /Cantonese or Korean language could be an advantage
• Fully computer literate
• Have a full Drivers Licence

Find out more / Apply

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

Diabetes Care Coordinator

  • Vital primary health role
  • Suit RN / Health Educator /Senior EN-HCA
  • Special opportunity at leading Pacific innovator

The Fono Medical
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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.

H&S – Projects

  • Health and safety developments
  • Project management
  • The leader in Pacific support services

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About the role

Join the great team making a real difference in Pacific wellbeing. This fulltime position based at our Mt Wellington Regional Office is a special opportunity which requires a versatile social / community worker looking for an exciting new role.

The growth of The Fono’s integrated model of care has reached the point where to assist the units and locations most effectively the corporate support team is introducing a combination project management/ health and safety role. It’s an out and about role so duties will take you around Auckland. 40 hours per week – salaried position.

About you

This role will be an always interesting position suited to a go-getter with versatile skills and a wish to contribute to the development of significant projects and the security and safety of The Fono and its people. The aptitude, experience and skills needed by this Health & Safety Officer – Projects position includes willingness to learn, trainer expertise, project planning and management experience along with a good grasp of what health and safety responsibilities in a diverse organisation will entail.

Find out more / Apply

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

Navigator

  • Whanau Ora – Pacific
  • The leader in Pacific family support services
  • West & South Auckland positions

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About the role

Join a great team making a real difference in Pacific wellbeing. These fulltime position based at our Henderson and Manurewa hubs are special opportunities requiring versatile social / community workers looking for an exciting new role.


Pacific Whanau Ora is a family-centred approach which understands that families themselves know the best solutions to the challenges they face. The Pacific Whanau Ora Navigator is there for Pacific families living in Auckland to show them the ways to achieve their goals in health, education, economic development and culture.


It’s an out and about role so duties will take you around your region from your base. 40 hours per week – flexitime – salaried position.

About you

We are looking for an enthusiast to join our Whanau Ora Navigator Team. You will:

  • Value the whanau ora approach
  • Have a sound understanding of the Pacific community sector where you live, with connections within it
  • Believe and have genuine enthusiasm for what can be achieved by our Pacific people
  • Know how to access community resources for families
  • Have a Level B social work qualification (preferred)
  • Be able to work flexibly
  • A Pacific language capability may be an advantage
  • Value and want to live The Fono approach to working with community groups and families

Find out more / Apply

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

Quit Coach / Engagement Coordinator

  • Stop smoking innovation & action
  • 2 roles – making a difference for Pacific youth
  • Leading in wellbeing outcomes
  • West Auckland location

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About the role

Become a part of the team making a substantial contribution in the stop-smoking drive towards Smokefree Aotearoa 2025. Two great positions are available with a particular focus on our younger population.


There are two roles available.

  • Quit Coaches – Stop Smoking:
    o 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
    o 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

Find out more / Apply

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

Health Coach

  • Join our integrated mind health team based in general practice
  • A Pacific model of care reflecting values, beliefs and ways of working
  • Walking alongside people to help them reach their wellness goals
  • Henderson & Manurewa positions
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About the role

Investment in our mental health services, now branded as LagiOla – Healthy Minds, is being increased as we continue to transform how The Fono provides health and wellbeing services for Pacific families. Working with the entire general practice team, including GP’s, Nurses, Mind Health Practitioners, Community Support Navigators, Psychiatrists, Clinical Psychologist and Whanau Ora, we are looking for a special person to join our West and South Teams. 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 text LOHC to 02108290062 with your email or respond to this advertisement and send your details – talent@aidmax.co.nz putting LOHC in the subject line.

Student Recruiter

  • Building the future for youth
  • Well rewarded – salary +
  • OCA – The leading Pacific PTE

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About the role

We are looking for someone with the vision, sales skills and suitable experience to work with a dedicated team unleashing the potential of Pacific students young and older and setting them on the path to lifelong employment. As Student Recruiter you will thrive on using your experience within trades or education to inspire students and be a leader of the people of Oceania Career Academy.

  • An understanding of Pacific peoples’ cultures and protocols with the ability to connect and build relationships in all Pacific communities
  • Overseeing the development of integrated recruitment campaigns as part of a team
  • An understanding of the tertiary sector and an ability to reach across to prospective employers
  • 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
  • …. And finally you’ll have a genuine love of “sales”

 

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 OCRO to 02102448929 with your email or respond to this advertisement and send your details scout@aidmax.co.nz

Pacific Community Connector

  • Pacific support
  • Navigating to support services
  • Across Auckland – based in Henderson/Mt Wellington
  • Make a difference in our community
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About the role

The Fono Community Connector Service is attached to our Whanau Ora service has a wide brief. You can be a real force in improving outcomes for Pacific people and their whanau during and transitioning from Covid-19 isolation while facing the challenges of navigating the systems of support available to them. Working in the community and the Fono’s facilities.


Fixed Term – It is anticipated the service will be required up to the end of the first half of 2023 but circumstances may mean that the service is completed earlier or may be extended.

About you

You will see this as a tremendous opportunity to use your skills and training in a vital area of need. Letting you show how you can significantly contribute to improving wellbeing services for Pacific people through delivery of effective navigation to services and other support. You will have:

  • At least a broad understanding of social services, health and other Pacific focused wellbeing services available in New Zealand
  •  Sound experience in a social services or similar field
  • 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
  • The ability to report succinctly and accurately in written and verbal form on any aspect of the services provided

 

Find out more / Apply

For an Information form, job description or further details contact Anthony 027 272 3388 or text CCC to 021 02448929 with your email or respond to this advertisement and send your details – scout@aidmax.co.nz putting CCC in the subject line.

Mind Health Practitioner

  • Make a real difference in Pacific mental wellbeing
  • A role to suit Counsellors, HIP, RN–Psych. DAAPNZ members, Psychologists etc.
  • Work with an integrated practice team with social services support
  • A Pacific model of care reflecting values, beliefs and ways of working.
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About the role

Investment in our mental health services, now branded as LagiOla – Healthy Minds, is being increased as we continue to transform how The Fono provides health and wellbeing services for Pacific families, including now the newly defined role of Mind Health Practitioner (who may be counsellors, HIPs, RN-Psych, DAAPNZ registered, Social Workers, psychologists or who have suitable qualifications and experience).


This newly defined position provides fulfilling engagement with individuals and their whanau. Applying cultural skills in Talanoa, evidence-based interventions and relationship-based methodologies using the Ngalu Fanifo – “riding the wave” model. This approach to psychological distress, funded through our partnership with Pasifika Futures Ltd has worked exceptionally well. Proven to extend and strengthen The Fono’s integrated way of working, and includes teamwork with the LagiOla Clinical Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Counsellors, 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.

Mind Health Practioners may be full time or part-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 distress support, skills and strategies and other services. You will have:

  • A current suitable qualification and membership acceptable to The Fono (e.g. Level 7 Bachelor’s degree in counselling. / SWRB Registered Social Worker / member New Zealand Association of Counsellors, member DAAPNZ, registered psychologist)
  • A deep understanding of Pacific culture and protocols and the ability to engage with individuals and family from a variety of backgrounds in New Zealand and the Pacific
  • A positive ‘can-do’ attitude and flexibility
  • Energy to be part of, and contribute to the ongoing development of this exciting development at The Fono and other ongoing Pacific community-driven innovations

 

How we can support you in the 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 Mental Fitness Practitioner role
  • Access to consultation with professionals from all Pacific nations
  • The ability to facilitate changes around social needs associated with mental health distress
  • Membership in a multidisciplinary organisation

 

Find out more / Apply

For an application form, job description or further details contact Anthony 0272723388 or text MHP to 02108290062 with your email or respond to this advertisement and send your details – talent@aidmax.co.nz putting MHP in the subject line.

Financial Mentor

  • Use your skills in a new way
  • West Auckland base
  • The leader in Pasifika support services
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About the roles

Here’s a great opportunity to use your skills and training at a bank or financial institution to make a difference in our Pacific communities.


The Fono is contracted to deliver the MSD Building Financial Capability Service. The Financial Mentor carries out individual / family face to face activities, together with other Fono employees and solo. The role imparts money management skills to clients. The goal is to enable people experiencing severe financial challenges to have the knowledge and confidence to assume responsibility for managing their financial affairs as well at looking holistically at their family context and choices.


You will be looking to take on a challenge that lets you use your wide range of experience and skills. And these may not be necessarily mentoring as internal training will be provided for that.


The essentials are:

  • Ability to relate to people in a non-judgemental way
  • Have a sound understanding of the Pacific community sector where you live, with connections within it
  • Understanding of Pacific cultures and ways
  • Value the whanau ora approach to working with families
  • Believe and have genuine enthusiasm for what can be achieved by our Pacific people
  • Able to analyse problems and identify solutions
  • Group facilitation
  • Concise, clear communicator
  • Persuasive negotiating expertise
  • Able to professionally present to the commercial world and government agencies

It is 40 hours per week (flexitime and will involve some weekend and evening work).

Find out more / Apply

For an application form, job description or further details contact Anthony 0272723388 or text BFC to 02108290062 with your email or respond to this advertisement and send your details – talent@aidmax.co.nz putting BFC in the subject line.

Practice Nurse (RN)

  • Primary health practice
  • Bright new premises – CBD
  • Leading health organisation

The Fono Medical
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About the roles

Our City practice is moving to a new space right on St Patricks Square in the heart of the City and we’re looking for another Registered Nurse to join us there. The practice serves the vibrant inner-city community of workers and residents with GPs, nurses, mental health support, public health, administration and an associated 3 surgery dental practice. High quality medical care and soon in great new premises on the ground floor.


Full time – no shift work – regular hours Mon-Fri. Easy access to public transport. Join a great practice team and be part of the wider family of committed primary and community health nurses across our four Auckland practices.

About you

You will be looking for the opportunity to work with a high quality, friendly and supportive team and have at least 2+ years’ primary health experience (preferred) and be capable in chronic care management.

Find out more / Apply

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

Pacific Contact Centre

  • Positive, friendly and fun – join The Fono family
  • Develop your career and make a difference in Pacific wellbeing
  • Caring is our culture – make it yours
  • Based at the Regional Centre – Sylvia Park
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About the role

Here’s a terrific career option for a person wanting to play a vital role in the leading Pacific wellbeing organisation as a member of the Fale Talanoa (contact centre) at our Regional Office in Carbine Rd near Sylvia Park. We will consider both fully trained applicants and those starting afresh. What you do need is reliability, enthusiasm for customer service and willingness to contribute to a great team spirit.


Joining The Fono Team means your ability to achieve more is enhanced by The Fono’s integrated model of care “FonoCare”. This supports The Fono’s 4 medical practices, 3 dental practices, mental health clinical specialists, public health services, Family Start, Whanau Ora, Oceania Career Academy and a wide range of social services lifting the economic standing and wellbeing of people right across Auckland.

About you

If you are looking for an opportunity to make your mark in an innovative contact centre service with the leading Pasifika primary health organisation and have the right blend of enthusiasm willingness to learn this could be your ideal role.

  • Experienced in reception or contact centre or just keen to learn
  • Wants to work in a team who know how to have fun
  • Exceptional customer service skills
  • Flexible and versatile
  • Enjoy working with the Pasifika culture of Auckland and its peoples ( a Pacific language capability may be an advantage)
  • Looking to grow within an organisation making a real difference

Find out more / Apply

For an application form, job description or further details contact Anthony 0272723388 or text FCFT to 02108290062 with your email or respond to this advertisement and send your details – talent@aidmax.co.nz putting FCFT in the subject line.

REGISTERED NURSE

  • Choice of RN nursing options
  • Practice based and Outreach
  • Make a difference in Pacific Health
  • West Auckland

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About the role

There are fulfilling roles available for both experienced and newer Registered Nurses based at our Henderson practice. You can choose the option that best suits you and we will work with you to allow you to realise your determination to make a difference in today’s health environment.

We have Registered Nurse opportunities within the practice or in the community with our Outreach group taking our services into homes and the community. All roles aim to improve outcomes of Pacific families facing the challenges of complex health and social needs.

An RN’s ability to achieve more is enhanced by The Fono’s integrated model of care “FonoCare”. This supports the primary health RNs with not only GPs and HCA’s but also mental health clinical specialists, Health Improvement Practitioners, Health Coaches, Public Health services, Dental, Family Start Whanau Ora and a wide range of social services lifting the economic and wellbeing of our people.

 

About you

If you are looking for an opportunity to make your mark in an innovative service with the leading Pasifika primary health 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
• Looking to grow within an organisation making a real difference

 

Find out more / Apply

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

Dentists

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

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.

The Fono Regional Office
117 Carbine Road,
Mt Wellington,
Auckland 1060

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

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