Hours: Casual or Permanent Minimum Guaranteed Hours
CCS Disability Action's vision is to see every disabled person included in the life of their family and community.
We have been working with disabled people and their families since 1935 and are now at the forefront of service provision, advocacy and information sharing in disability sector New Zealand-wide. Our people are professional, innovative, dedicated and knowledgeable. We hold ourselves to the highest possible ethical standards and are known for our partnership approach to support.
Job specific information
These positions work alongside children with disabilities and their families, to create a fun, positive, homely environment to nurture children’s needs on short breaks away from home and are based at a facility in Hamilton.
The support provided will foster positive relationships between families, and those using the service, other CCS Disability Action staff and ensure a friendly and flexible service which meets the needs of those who use the service.
Applicants should have:
- Ability to relate to people with disabilities in a positive affirming manner
- Empathy with disabled people and their family or whanāu
- Strong communication and relationship building skills
- Demonstrate commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the UN Convention of the Rights of Disabled People
- Committed to ensuring child protection, aware of potential risks and dangers to children/young people, particularly those with high and complex physical needs and/or a medical fragility
- Experienced in providing a high level of personal/intimate assistance to children/young people (or the willingness and ability to learn such procedures)
- Clean driver’s licence or access to transport
- Holder of relevant First Aid certification (or the willingness and ability to obtain it)
- Careerforce, up to and including Level 2 training or equivalent (or prepared to take on Careerforce training to achieve this level)
- Have the capacity to work within a roster covering seven days a week, 24 hours a day and 365 days of the year.
How to apply
To apply please complete the CCS Disability Action application form and provide a copy of your CV and cover letter. This can be emailed to Midland.Recruitment@ccsDisabilityAction.org.nz or posted to Vacancy, CCS Disability Action Bay of Plenty, P O Box 2148, Tauranga 3144 (Attention: Beth Bradley).
We are committed to ensuring our application process is accessible to everyone. Should you require an alternative method of application please contact Beth Bradley (PH: 07 578 0063) or email to Midland.Recruitment@ccsDisabilityAction.org.nz
Police and MSD vetting are part of the recruitment process.
CCS Disability Action builds our work around three core documents; UN Convention of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the New Zealand Disability Strategy. We work within a Human Rights framework and are committed to equal opportunity in all our employment policies and procedures. We welcome enquiries from everyone and we openly encourage people with lived experience to apply.
Applications Close: Open