Company Goodwood Park Healthcare Group
Location Rodney, Auckland
Listed Wed 11 Oct, 3:52 pm
Type Full time, Permanent
Reference 3797675
The Organisation:

The Goodwood Park Healthcare Group is a well-established, innovative, and leading provider of community and residential social services for people who have a Mental Health Illness or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). We constantly strive to ensure our clients are receiving services that promote better health and wellbeing.

The Role:

Your role will be working collaboratively with both internal and external multi-disciplinary teams at our residential High and Complex Needs services based in West Auckland. You will contribute towards effective and innovative methods of rehabilitation, supporting clients in their recovery including following risk management and safety plans.

The core tasks of this role include:

  • Developing and implementing high quality client rehabilitation plans
  • Conducting clinical assessments
  • Establishing and maintaining therapeutic relationships with clients and acting as their Key-Worker
  • Completion of all relevant clinical documentation and reporting
  • Discharge planning
  • Participation in multi-disciplinary case conferences
  • Providing advice and guidance to our Mental Health Support Workers

We are an organisation that values high performance and can offer:

  • Competitive remuneration and flexible work options
  • Close working relationships with WDHB clinical services
  • Unique learning opportunities
  • Clinical/Educational leadership
  • Support to maintain your registration
  • Access to professional supervision

The Team:

This new service, being run in partnership with Waitemata District Health Board, is innovative and ground-breaking. You will need to be able to 'think outside the box' as the people we support require high levels of rehabilitation, and you will enjoy seeing positive change as a result of hard work. The overall purpose of this role is to achieve a maximised and durable level of independence for people with co-existing disabilities. As part of this team you will be supported and coached through new learning opportunities as this service further develops. We are looking for people with a "can do" attitude and who will uphold the organisation's values.

Positions Available:

We have the following positions available. It is important you let us know what your preferred position is:

  • Full time positions (40 hours per week)
  • Casual positions available (no set hours of work)
  • Part-time weekend positions.

What's in it for you?

  • An organisation with people and culture at the heart of everything we do
  • Supportive team
  • Access to fleet vehicles to enable you to travel safely in the community
  • No two days will ever be the same, we can guarantee that
  • Lots of training on offer - we are an organisation with a team dedicated to your development
  • Improve your own wellbeing by improving the wellbeing of others
  • Great job satisfaction, you'll be improving someone's life and realising their potential
  • Competitive pay rate.
  • We are open to making the job fit the right person.

To be considered you must:

  • Be a registered health professional with a current apc or registered with a professional body,
  • Hold a full clean New Zealand drivers licence
  • Be eligible to work in New Zealand for a minimum of 12 months
  • Experience working in the Mental Health sector
  • Have computer literacy

Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.