Vacancies

Head of Finance 

  • Fixed term or secondment opportunity until January 2023 with potential for extension 
  • Flexible working arrangements  
  • Wellington based 

Our values are: 

Aroha, Transparency, Fairness and Balance, Independence and Determination. 

We are currently seeking a Head of Finance who will be responsible for the effective delivery of budgeting and reporting for the Commission, and the administration of financial transactions processed by the Department of Internal Affairs on behalf of the Commission. 

This role is a trusted advisor to Executive Director, Executive Leadership Team, Senior Leadership Team, Associate Executive Director – Business Support and is the Commission’s principal financial advisor. 

This is your opportunity to be part of an organisation that is passionate about making a difference. Our vision is to transform the way we, as a nation, care for children, young people and vulnerable adults in state and faith-based care. 

As the Head of Finance, you will be responsible for: 

  • Overseeing the Commission’s Finance function to ensure the effective delivery of the Commission’s finance and accounting services. 
  • Provide high level financial and management accounting advice and assistance to the Executive Director and senior leaders. 
  • In consultation with senior leaders, plan financial and budget requirements to ensure appropriate resources available for each stage of the Commission’s work programme. 
  • Establish communication lines and working relationships with people leaders across the Commission to understand business requirements, priorities and programmes of work. 
  • Work with the Senior Leadership team to develop and implement best practice financial policies and procedures that meet the requirements of the administering agency and general Government expectations. 
  • Manage the budget bid process with Treasury and the Administering Agency, ensuring that bids are robust and meet the expected standards. 
  • Lead and manage your team performance to achieve effective and programme focused outcomes. 
  • Develop team members’ capability through coaching, mentoring, learning and development and actively sharing knowledge and expertise. 

Skills and experiences: 

Some key skills and experience we are looking for include (but not limited to): 

  • CAANZ Chartered Accountant qualification (or equivalent) preferred. 
  • Knowledge of finance and accounting procedures in government. 
  • Evidence of maintaining continuous professional development. 
  • Previous experience in managing a team to achieve proven results. 
  • Experience in budget management and financial reporting. 

About us: 

The Inquiry is investigating the abuse and neglect of people in state and faith-based institutions between 1950 and 1999. We will make recommendations to the government aimed at stopping this happening in the future. 

We welcome enquiries from all people, including all ethnicities (Māori, Pacific People and ethnic communities), LGBTTIQA+ and disabled communities including people with mental, psychological, or social disabilities, chronic health conditions or are neurodivergent and make reasonable accommodations. Diversity is our legacy and our future, and we value diversity in the workforce. 

 We look for talented and unique people. Everyone is welcome - we are committed to: the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi, diversity in age, gender identity, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, religious or ethical beliefs, political opinion or union affiliation and perspective.  We want all employees to have access to equal employment opportunities, and we are committed to making our environment accessible, including facilities, information and IT. Our employees feel empowered to share their experience and ideas. We want everyone, from any background, to be able to do their best work and be encouraged to bring their whole selves to the job.  

We welcome applications from disabled people, including people with mental, psychological, or social disabilities, and we can make reasonable accommodations. 

If you encounter accessibility barriers in the application process or if you have access needs and require support or adjustments to participate equitably in the recruitment process, please email Recruitment@abuseincare.org.nz. 

Your work life balance is important to us, and we offer flexible working arrangements. We approach our work respectfully, learning quickly and improving constantly.  

Please note that interviews for this role will take place in January 2022. 

For more information on the Royal Commission please see our website www.abuseincare.org.nz 

The Commission’s COVID-19 policy requires that all employees be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and provide evidence of vaccination, such as a valid My Vaccine Pass to be able to work onsite. If a person has an exemption for vaccination from the Ministry of Health and the Commission believes the new starter could perform the role safely, we may be able to offer that person the role. If you wish to attend an interview onsite, we will require you to provide evidence of vaccination prior to the onsite interview. 

 

How to apply:  

 Please submit your CV, application form, and a cover letter to recruitment@abuseincare.org.nz   

Please specify which role you are applying for in your cover letter. 

Link for application form: Jobs | Abuse in Care - Royal Commission of Inquiry 

Applications close: 11:59pm Tuesday 18 January 2022. 

  

For more information, or for assistance in applying, please contact Recruitment@abuseincare.org.nz 

Head of Finance Position Description

 

 

Head of Events and Logistics 

  • Fixed term or secondment opportunity until January 2023 with potential for extension 
  • Flexible working arrangements  
  • Wellington or Auckland based 

Our values are: 

Aroha, Transparency, Fairness and Balance, Independence and Determination. 

The role of the Head of Events and Logistics at the Royal Commission is to manage the logistics required for all events including wananga, hui and public hearings, so that the Chair, Commissioners and teams are well prepared with everything they need to run exceptional events. 

This is your opportunity to be part of an organisation that is passionate about making a difference. Our vision is to transform the way we, as a nation, care for children, young people and vulnerable adults in state and faith-based care. 

As the Head of Events and Logistics, you will be responsible for: 

  • Managing all logistics associated with public hearings, hui, wananga undertaken at our Auckland Office or at offsite venues.  
  • Acting as a Duty Manager while the hearing is in progress. 
  • Managing and liaising with survivors regarding their travel and accommodation. 
  • Understanding the requirements for each hearing and providing any support. 
  • Manage logistics for all events including set up and pack down for all events. 
  • Liaise with contractors where external services are required. 
  • Ensure strong relationships with stakeholders both internal and external. 
  • Work closely with internal teams when organising hui, wananga and hearings to ensure a ‘joined up’ approach. 
  • Organise travel arrangements for participants at events where required. 

Skills and experience: 

Some key skills and experience we are looking for include (but not limited to): 

  • Five years plus experience in an office environment. 
  • Strong knowledge and understanding of the role of the public service, the machinery of government and the independent role of a Royal Commission. 
  • Excellent communication skills and relationship management. 
  • Demonstrated understanding of and experience working in accordance with the Te Tiriti o Waitangi and its principles. 
  • Practical experience in a coordination/events environment is essential. 
  • Ability to work collaboratively with both internal and external stakeholders. 
  • Resilient and comfortable working in a highly complex and ambiguous environment. 

About us: 

The Inquiry is investigating the abuse and neglect of people in state and faith-based institutions between 1950 and 1999. We will make recommendations to the government aimed at stopping this happening in the future. 

We welcome enquiries from all people, including all ethnicities (Māori, Pacific People and ethnic communities), LGBTTIQA+ and disabled communities including people with mental, psychological, or social disabilities, chronic health conditions or are neurodivergent and make reasonable accommodations. Diversity is our legacy and our future, and we value diversity in the workforce. 

 We look for talented and unique people. Everyone is welcome - we are committed to: the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi, diversity in age, gender identity, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, religious or ethical beliefs, political opinion or union affiliation and perspective.  We want all employees to have access to equal employment opportunities, and we are committed to making our environment accessible, including facilities, information and IT. Our employees feel empowered to share their experience and ideas. We want everyone, from any background, to be able to do their best work and be encouraged to bring their whole selves to the job.  

We welcome applications from disabled people, including people with mental, psychological, or social disabilities, and we can make reasonable accommodations. 

If you encounter accessibility barriers in the application process or if you have access needs and require support or adjustments to participate equitably in the recruitment process, please email Recruitment@abuseincare.org.nz. 

Your work life balance is important to us, and we offer flexible working arrangements. We approach our work respectfully, learning quickly and improving constantly.  

For more information on the Royal Commission please see our home page on www.abuseincare.org.nz 

The Commission’s COVID-19 policy requires that all employees be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and provide evidence of vaccination, such as a valid My Vaccine Pass to be able to work onsite. If a person has an exemption for vaccination from the Ministry of Health and the Commission believes the new starter could perform the role safely, we may be able to offer that person the role. If you wish to attend an interview onsite, we will require you to provide evidence of vaccination prior to the onsite interview. 

How to apply:  

 Please submit your CV, application form, and a cover letter to recruitment@abuseincare.org.nz   

Please specify which role you are applying for in your cover letter. 

Link for application form: Jobs | Abuse in Care - Royal Commission of Inquiry 

Applications close: 11:59pm Monday 24 January 2022. 

For more information, or for assistance in applying, please contact Recruitment@abuseincare.org.nz 

 Head of Events and Logistics Position Description

Support Specialist

  • Fixed term or inter-government agency secondment opportunity until March 2023
  • Up to 12-month duration
  • Multiple vacancies
  • Wellington based

Our values are:

Aroha, Transparency, Fairness and Balance Independence and Determination.

The Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry places Survivors at the heart of its mahi. 

We are currently seeking Support Specialists to provide support to survivors and their whānau as the Royal Commission undertakes its inquiry into abuse in care.  The Support Specialist as part of the Contact and Support team, engages at the frontline with those people directly contacting the Commission via the 0800 phoneline or via email.  These are integral roles within the team as you will often be the first person within the Inquiry that the survivor engages with and you are their connection and navigation point into the wider Commission.

This is your opportunity to be part of an organisation that is passionate about making a difference.  Our vision is to provide recommendations that we hope the government will use to transform the way we, as a nation, care for children, young people and vulnerable adults in State and faith-based care.

As a Support Specialist, some key areas of responsibility include (but not limited to):

Utilising the Case Management System to record and maintain complete, accurate and up to date information to support effective decision making and detailed analysis

  • Working collaboratively using a trauma informed approach with survivors and their whānau
  • Information stored securely, and privacy of survivors and other stakeholders is protected at all times
  • Carry out duties that is consistent with our commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi
  • Proactively resolve issues and/or concerns raised by survivors or other stakeholders as they arise. Escalating as appropriate
  • Providing information as to services available to survivors (and their whānau) through the Royal Commission
  • Engage effectively with all Royal Commission staff and external providers

Skills and experiences:

The key skills and experience we are looking for include (but not limited to):

  • Relevant qualification and/or experience in Health or social services
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbally
  • Case management experience preferably in a community or health setting
  • Demonstrated understanding of working within a trauma informed framework
  • Problem solving skills
  • Sound judgement/decision-making skills and initiative
  • Self-motivation and ability to work unsupervised
  • Demonstrated understanding of and experience working in accordance with the Te Tiriti o Waitangi and its principles and working with Māori

About us:

The Royal Commission is investigating the abuse and neglect of people in State and faith-based institutions between 1950 and 1999. We will make recommendations to the Governor-General in 2023 on how New Zealand can better care for children, young people and vulnerable adults.

We celebrate and value diversity of thought, experience and skills in our workplace. We welcome enquiries from all people, including all ethnicities (Māori, Pacific People and ethnic communities), LGBTQIA+ and disabled communities.

We look for talented and unique people. Everyone is welcome - we are committed to the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi, including diversity in age, gender identity, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, religious or ethical beliefs, political opinion or union affiliation and perspective.  We want all employees to have access to equal employment opportunities, and we are committed to make our environment accessible, including facilities, information and IT. Our employees feel empowered to share their experience and ideas. We want everyone, from any background, to be able to do their best work and be encouraged to bring their whole selves to the job.

We welcome applications from disabled people, including people with mental, psychological, or social disabilities, and we can make reasonable accommodations.

Your work life balance is important to us, and we offer flexible working arrangements. We approach our work respectfully, learning quickly and improving constantly.

For more information on the Royal Commission please see our website www.abuseincare.org.nz

The Commission’s COVID-19 policy requires that all employees be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and provide evidence of vaccination, such as a valid My Vaccine Pass to be able to work onsite. If a person has an exemption for vaccination from the Ministry of Health and the Commission believes the new starter could perform the role safely, we may be able to offer that person the role. If you wish to attend an interview onsite, we will require you to provide evidence of vaccination prior to the onsite interview.

How to apply:

To apply, please follow this link Support Specialist Job in Wellington - SEEK

Applications close: 11:59pm, Sunday 23rd January 2022.

For more information, or for assistance in applying, please contact Recruitment@abuseincare.org.nz

Support Specialist Position Description

Chief Information Officer 

  • Fixed term or secondment opportunity until January 2023 with potential for extension 
  • Flexible working arrangements  
  • Wellington based 

Our values are: 

Aroha, Transparency, Fairness and Balance, Independence and Determination. 

The Commission is not a typical organisation in that the majority of IT services are provided by the Administering Agency, the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA), with some applications managed in house. We are currently seeking a Chief Information Officer (CIO) who will oversee the delivery of IT-related services to the Commission from DIA and be responsible for the relationship with DIA’s IT department. 

The CIO is also responsible for developing both an IT and information strategy and operating plan for the life of the Commission which will include key milestones, key deliverables, risk mitigation as well as resourcing requirements. The CIO is the Commission’s principal advisor on ICT and information management. 

This is your opportunity to be part of an organisation that is passionate about making a difference. Our vision is to transform the way we, as a nation, care for children, young people and vulnerable adults in state and faith-based care. 

As the CIO, you will be responsible for: 

  • Working with the Associate Executive Director, Business Support to develop and implement best practice ICT and Information Management policies and procedures that meet the requirements of the administering agency and general Government expectations. 
  • Ensuring that the Commissions core systems and information is kept secure. 
  • Working with the Commission management to scope and then deliver applications or which the SLT agree are not to be delivered by the administering agency. 
  • Managing ongoing maintenance needs through the vendor. 
  • Owning the relationship with DIA’s ICT Department and negotiating and monitoring service level standards. 
  • Working with DIA’s security team to ensure appropriate security controls are in place and being followed, including certification of key systems 
  • Managing the information management team, ensuring that best practice information management processes and procedures are in place. 
  • Reviewing proposals for information management initiatives requested by other teams in the inquiry. 
  • Building and maintaining a strong performance culture and customer service focus for the delivery of it and Information Management services to meet the needs of the Commission. 

Skills and experiences: 

Some key skills and experience we are looking for include (but not limited to): 

  • 10 years plus working at a senior level in ICT or information technology. 
  • Strong knowledge and understanding of the role of the public service, the machinery of government and the independent role of a Royal Commission. 
  • Excellent communication skills and relationship management. 
  • Demonstrated understanding of and experience working in accordance with the Te Tiriti o Waitangi and its principles. 

About us: 

The Inquiry is investigating the abuse and neglect of people in state and faith-based institutions between 1950 and 1999. We will make recommendations to the government aimed at stopping this happening in the future. 

We welcome enquiries from all people, including all ethnicities (Māori, Pacific People and ethnic communities), LGBTTIQA+ and disabled communities including people with mental, psychological, or social disabilities, chronic health conditions or are neurodivergent and make reasonable accommodations. Diversity is our legacy and our future, and we value diversity in the workforce. 

 We look for talented and unique people. Everyone is welcome - we are committed to: the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi, diversity in age, gender identity, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, religious or ethical beliefs, political opinion or union affiliation and perspective.  We want all employees to have access to equal employment opportunities, and we are committed to making our environment accessible, including facilities, information and IT. Our employees feel empowered to share their experience and ideas. We want everyone, from any background, to be able to do their best work and be encouraged to bring their whole selves to the job.  

We welcome applications from disabled people, including people with mental, psychological, or social disabilities, and we can make reasonable accommodations. 

If you encounter accessibility barriers in the application process or if you have access needs and require support or adjustments to participate equitably in the recruitment process, please email Recruitment@abuseincare.org.nz. 

Your work life balance is important to us, and we offer flexible working arrangements. We approach our work respectfully, learning quickly and improving constantly.  

Please note that interviews for this role will take place in January 2022. 

For more information on the Royal Commission please see the home page of our website www.abuseincare.org.nz 

The Commission’s COVID-19 policy requires that all employees be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and provide evidence of vaccination, such as a valid My Vaccine Pass to be able to work onsite. If a person has an exemption for vaccination from the Ministry of Health and the Commission believes the new starter could perform the role safely, we may be able to offer that person the role. If you wish to attend an interview onsite, we will require you to provide evidence of vaccination prior to the onsite interview. 

How to apply:  

 Please submit your CV, application form, and a cover letter to recruitment@abuseincare.org.nz   

Please specify which role you are applying for in your cover letter. 

Link for application form: Jobs | Abuse in Care - Royal Commission of Inquiry 

Applications close: 11:59pm Tuesday 18 January 2022. 

For more information, or for assistance in applying, please contact Recruitment@abuseincare.org.nz 

Chief Information Officer Position Description

 

 

Solicitor roles

  • Fixed term or secondment opportunity until January 2023 with potential for extension
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Wellington

Our values are:

Aroha, Transparency, Fairness and Balance Independence and Determination.

The Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry places Survivors at the heart of its mahi. 

The Commission has recently re-aligned its organisational structure to ensure it can deliver its large work programme leading towards delivering our final report to the Governor-General in June 2023. As a result of this restructure, there are a number of new employment opportunities that have been created across the organisation.

We are currently seeking Solicitors to join our organisation to be responsible for providing legal advice and support to the Royal Commission. This role is part of the Investigations team.

As a Solicitor, you will assist in undertaking legal research, analysis of information and evidence received by the Investigations team. You will also assist in the preparation of public hearings, including taking witness statements and identifying material for disclosure and use at public hearings

This is your opportunity to be part of an organisation that is passionate about making a difference.  Our vision is to transform the way we, as a nation, care for children, young people and vulnerable adults in State and faith-based care.

As a Solicitor, some key areas of responsibility include: 

  • Assist in the provision of legal research, including on public and administrative law issues, to the Team Leaders and Senior Solicitors, as well as to Counsel Assisting and Commissioners as requested.
  • Work effectively with the Team Leader and Senior Solicitor to provide other support as required to other members of the Investigations Team, Counsel Assisting, Commissioners and Inquiry personnel.
  • Assist in the preparation of public hearings, including by identifying, sourcing and recommending material for disclosure and preparing materials for public hearings.
  • Assist with the interview of witnesses and the preparation of witness statements, including analysis of statements as required.
  • Contribute to the drafting of investigation reports.
  • Assist with the preparation of responses to procedural applications and the maintenance of internal administrative documents to track investigation progress and decisions.

Skills and experiences:

The key skills and experience we are looking for include (but not limited to):

  • 0-2 years PQE.
  • Understanding of the role of the public service, the machinery of government and the independent role of a Royal Commission.
  • Excellent written and oral communication and relationship management.
  • Experience and confidence in working with people from diverse. backgrounds including Māori, Pacific and people with disabilities, including tikanga Māori and working in trauma-informed ways.
  • Practising certificate or the ability to obtain one quickly.
  • Previous experience in a legal setting, with the ability to work collaboratively in a highly complex environment is desirable.

About us:

The Royal Commission is investigating the abuse and neglect of people in State and faith-based institutions between 1950 and 1999. We will make recommendations to the Governor-General in 2023 on how New Zealand can better care for children, young people and vulnerable adults.

We celebrate and value diversity of thought, experience and skills in our workplace. We welcome enquiries from all people, including all ethnicities (Māori, Pacific People and ethnic communities), LGBTQIA+ and disabled communities.

We look for talented and unique people. Everyone is welcome - we are committed to the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi, including diversity in age, gender identity, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, religious or ethical beliefs, political opinion or union affiliation and perspective.  We want all employees to have access to equal employment opportunities, and we are committed to make our environment accessible, including facilities, information and IT. Our employees feel empowered to share their experience and ideas. We want everyone, from any background, to be able to do their best work and be encouraged to bring their whole selves to the job. 

We welcome applications from disabled people, including people with mental, psychological, or social disabilities, and we can make reasonable accommodations.

Your work life balance is important to us, and we offer flexible working arrangements. We approach our work respectfully, learning quickly and improving constantly. 

For more information on the Royal Commission please visit our home page www.abuseincare.org.nz

Please note that we may interview during the advertising period.

Graduates are welcome to apply.

The Commission’s COVID-19 policy requires that all employees be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and provide evidence of vaccination, such as a valid My Vaccine Pass to be able to work onsite. If a person has an exemption for vaccination from the Ministry of Health and the Commission believes the new starter could perform the role safely, we may be able to offer that person the role. If you wish to attend an interview onsite, we will require you to provide evidence of vaccination prior to the onsite interview.

How to apply: 

To apply, please click on the link to our Seek advert Solicitor Job in Wellington - SEEK 

Please specify which role you are applying for in your cover letter. Please also upload a copy of your academic transcript.

Applications close: 11:59pm, Monday 24 January 2022.

For more information, or for assistance in applying, please contact Recruitment@abuseincare.org.nz

Solicitor Position Description

  • Up to twelve months fixed term contract
  • Inter-government agency secondment can be arranged
  • Great development opportunity and multiple vacancies
  • Start ASAP
  • We encourage flexible working arrangements

Is it time for a change in 2022?  Are you the kind of person who can make a big impact within a short space of time?  If so, bring your skills and expertise to the largest inquiry to date in Aotearoa!

We are looking for:

  • Senior Advisors, Policy and Research
  • Senior Advisors, Reports Development
  • Principal Advisors, Reports Development
  • Senior Advisor, Treaty Engagement
  • Senior Advisor, Treaty Policy
  • Principal Advisor, Treaty Policy

Please indicate which role(s) you are applying for in your cover letter!

Our values are:

Aroha, Transparency, Fairness and Balance Independence and Determination. The Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry places Survivors at the heart of its mahi.  The Commission has recently re-aligned its organisational structure to ensure it can deliver its large work programme leading towards delivering our final report to the Governor-General in June 2023.  As a result of this restructure, there are a number of new employment opportunities that have been created across the organisation.

In the Policy and Research team you will play a key role in the analysis of policy and research to provide insights supporting the development of recommendations and informing lessons learnt.  We work across Māori, Pacific, residential care, youth justice, foster care, health and disability, including psychiatric, faith-based care settings.

In the Treaty Partnerships team, you will play a key role ensuring that we are upholding te Tiriti across all our mahi.  You will also have the opportunity to work in a variety of Māori settings e.g. iwi, communities, non-govt etc. 

In the Reports Development team, your expertise will support the analysis of information and evidence, drafting of reports and coordination across reports.  You will contribute to shaping interim or case study reports and/or the final report.

If you are interested to find out more about our mahi, we will be holding a 1-hour online zoom session on the week of 17th January 2022 where you will hear directly from our leaders about what we are busy working on and answer any questions you may have.

To register your interest, please email recruitment@abuseincare.org.nz.

Skills and experiences:

The key skills and experience we are looking for include (but not limited to):

  • Relevant qualification and/or experience
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • A well-developed knowledge of te Tiriti of Waitangi and tikanga Māori and how it can be applied
  • Good policy and/or report writing skills
  • Ability to communicate in te reo or any Pacific Island language will be advantageous
  • Ability to transform data into insights & recommendations
  • Experience in providing high quality policy and research analysis and advice effectively applying the outcomes of research, evaluation and monitoring
  • Understanding of human rights issues both domestic and international would be advantageous.
  • Some experience or knowledge of issues and themes relevant to State, Faith-based settings, Māori, Pacific People’s or Deaf and Disabled People’s care settings would be advantageous.
  • Understanding and appreciation of cross-cultural issues and concerns, in particular, knowledge of tikanga Māori, and Pacific peoples’ culture
  • Demonstrated understanding of and experience working in accordance with the te Tiriti o Waitangi and its principles and working with Māori
  • Understanding and appreciation of disability issues and working with people with disabilities
  • Experience in contributing in a multi-disciplinary team environment

About us:

The Royal Commission is investigating the abuse and neglect of people in State and faith-based institutions between 1950 and 1999. We will make recommendations to the Governor-General in 2023 on how New Zealand can better care for children, young people and vulnerable adults.

We celebrate and value diversity of thought, experience and skills in our workplace. We welcome enquiries from all people, including all ethnicities (Māori, Pacific People and ethnic communities), LGBTQIA+ and disabled communities.

We look for talented and unique people. Everyone is welcome - we are committed to the principles of te Tiriti o Waitangi, including diversity in age, gender identity, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, religious or ethical beliefs, political opinion or union affiliation and perspective.  We want all employees to have access to equal employment opportunities, and we are committed to make our environment accessible, including facilities, information and IT.

Our employees feel empowered to share their experience and ideas. We want everyone, from any background, to be able to do their best work and be encouraged to bring their whole selves to the job.  We welcome applications from disabled people, including people with mental, psychological, or social disabilities, and we can make reasonable accommodations.  Your work life balance is important to us, and we offer flexible working arrangements. We approach our work respectfully, learning quickly and improving constantly.

How to apply:

To apply, please click this link Apply

 **If you are viewing this advert outside of Seek, please visit our advertisement on the Seek website to submit an application** 

Please note: Previous applicants need not to re-apply. We will be progressing with suitable applicants as they are received.

The Commission’s COVID-19 policy requires that all new employees be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and provide evidence of vaccination, such as a valid My Vaccine Pass. If a person has an exemption for vaccination from the Ministry of Health and the Commission believes the new starter could perform the role safely, we may be able to offer that person the role.  

Job Descriptions:

Click the job below for a PDF version of the job description.

Applications close: 11:59pm Wednesday 19th January 2022

For more information, or for assistance in applying, please contact Recruitment@abuseincare.org.nz