“I started as a youth worker to help look after my family as the pay is good and there is flexibility with our shift patterns. My role enables me to help provide rangatahi with structure and discipline and I enjoy the part I play in helping change the lives of our at risk youth.”
”Strong family values, trust, structure and different tools or techniques that can be used to help break down barriers with our rangatahi.”
“I remember when I was growing up, my Mum would bring kids into our house off the street and teach them how to cook a meal. As an adult, I too share her passion for teaching life skills to rangatahi and this job allows me to do this.”
“Enthusiasm, trust, a sense of humour and a strong desire to help others learn, up-skill and give back.”
“I’ve always wanted to share my passion for alternative learning. Teaching Tikanga and te reo allows the rangtahi to develop deeper connections with their culture and ultimately gives them a stronger sense of identity.”
”I bring respect, empathy and gratitude for the work we do. The team know that they can call on me for anything if they need to decompress after a hard shift and I will offer advice when needed.”
We work with complex and high-needs rangatahi, which requires our kaimahi to be the best of the best — elite!
Growth! Our organisation’s reach is extending and opening up many opportunities to learn and develop.
Our training and development sets us apart.
Mana People is the Recruitment Agency of our organisation. They specialise in the Community and Social Services sector of Aotearoa, New Zealand. They handle all our inhouse recruitment. If you would like to work for Mana please visit the Mana People website and apply there.