DCM is looking for experienced, qualified kaimahi to join our team!
Do you want to be part of our work to end homelessness in the Wellington region? Do you have what it takes to support people who are sleeping rough as they move in to accommodation and make a home? Or to work with people who are at risk of homelessness, supporting them to sustain their tenancy?
We are continuing to develop our teams and welcome expressions of interest in becoming part of our frontline, Housing First or Sustaining Tenancies teams.
It would be great if you have a relevant qualification in social work, mental health or drug and alcohol studies but more importantly you will need excellent rapport building skills, to be non-judgmental, highly organised and a good team player. A demonstrated knowledge and understanding of Tikanga Māori is essential as is a respect for all cultures and a driver's licence. People with lived experience of mental health, drug, alcohol issues or homelessness are encouraged to apply.
If you come and join us in this work you will enjoy the company of a vibrant and skilled team, good line management and cultural support, regular external supervision, training and development opportunities, the cost of professional registration covered, generous leave allowance and working conditions. Full-time, flexible/part time hours will be considered.