Job Opportunities

We know COVID-19 has already had a significant impact on our local economy and local jobs, so our team is working hard to identify mahi opportunities and to connect whānau with employers. We’ll be posting job opportunities here and on our Facebook page whenever we get information, so keep checking back for the latest updates.

The government has also announced a Keep New Zealand Working Package, as well as a 12 week payment support to help kiwis who have lost their mahi due to the pandemic.

The Keep New Zealand Working Package includes an online tool for job seekers across Aotearoa, while there are also 35 new employment centres. There are a number of other employment initiatives, all of which are aimed at helping Kiwis connect with employers.

If you’re out of work at the moment, know someone who is, or maybe you’re an employer looking for new team members, go to 

And if you have a job ad that you would like posted here, please get in touch with us or via our Facebook page.

  • Administrator (Part time)

Te Kāhui Raraunga Charitable Trust (TKRCT)

Position Overview:

Te Kāhui Raraunga Charitable Trust is looking for a part-time Administrator to support our team of leaders in Māori and iwi data sovereignty. The role will be approximately 16 hours a week and end in December 2020.

For more information and to apply, contact

  • Social worker

Te Roopu O Te Whānau Rangimarie O Tamaki Makaurau (Mangere)

Position overview:

The role will be for a qualified social worker to support individuals and families who require social work advocacy and support and supporting those who have moved into our transitional and women’s safe houses, to find appropriate housing solutions and community homes, and to work on established goals that will help individuals and families to move towards achieving their goals and aspirations. 

Further details here.

  • Whānau resilience

Te Roopu O Te Whānau Rangimarie O Tamaki Makaurau (Mangere)

Position overview:

The aim of Whānau Resilience is to create strong, resilient communities where whānau are supported to live violence free and to eliminate violence for the current and future generations.

Further details here.