A career with PGF
The Problem Gambling Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation with a charitable status dedicated to eliminating harm caused by gambling.
The people who work with the Problem Gambling Foundation are passionate about what they do and are dedicated to making a difference in people’s lives.
Pacific Counsellor and Health Promoter
Mapu Maia is the Pacific Unit at the Problem Gambling Foundation of New Zealand with the aim of providing an effective and culturally appropriate service to our Pacific communities.
Mapu Maia provides an integrated public health and clinical service to Pacific families in the Auckland and Wellington region and we are looking for a new staff member for our Christchurch office. We have a dynamic team that is committed to providing a holistic service and assisting individuals and families in reaching their goals.
We are looking for a dedicated person who has a counselling or social work qualification and enjoys health promotion projects in the community. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are required and a good level of computer literacy. We need someone who will demonstrate a strong commitment to our team.
This role is for 40 hours per week and is based in our Christchurch office.
The position requires a tertiary level qualification in counselling or social work.
If you are passionate about communities and want to make a difference, we want to hear from you.
For a full job description please contact Amy Eder on 0800 664 262 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or you can visit our website for more information: www.pgf.nz.
Applications close on Friday 7th July 2017
Help make a difference to the lives of New Zealanders.
The Problem Gambling Foundation of New Zealand works to reduce the negative impact of gambling on New Zealand families. Based in Grafton, we employ 60 staff across New Zealand providing treatment services and prevention/education measures.
This is a dynamic organisation where people are creative and passionate about our cause. We are now seeking an Administrative Co-ordinator to be part of our Northern Region team.
This role is the cornerstone of four different teams. In addition to being the face of the local counselling and public health team, liaising with Asian, Pasifika and national office teams will be an important part of daily administration. National calls will also be answered.
We are seeking an experienced and energetic person for our busy Auckland Office administration. A sense of humour, team working skills, organisational skills and common sense are essential.
We offer attractive working conditions and the knowledge that your work helps thousands of New Zealanders lead healthier lives.
For a full job description or to make an application, please contact:
PO Box 19311, Hamilton 3244
Ph: (07) 834 0014