The Western Bay of Plenty has a proud social service heart.
At its core, in the Western Bay of Plenty approximately 240 organisations work daily to improve the wellbeing of individuals, families and our society. Many of our fellow New Zealanders struggle with isolation, poverty, mental illness, addiction, housing, food insecurity amongst other issues and each one of the good folks working in the social service sector are dedicated to the task of making life that much easier and better for everyone.
The team at SociaLink is as diverse as the sector we support; we have differing expertise and a variety of skills, but share a common goal and love for the social services sector and those fortunate enough to work in it.
Uhia te korowai kahui ki te iwi hei tauawhi, hei akiaki ki te ao angitu
Spread the folds of the korowai to all, as a means of support and encouragement in pursuit of success
(SociaLink Tauranga Moana)
Stories of how we’ve helped others
Rau Ō Te Huia
Waipu Hauora with SociaLink Staff
Tautoko Mai – Sexual Harm Support
Alzheimers Tauranga / WBOP
Brain Injured Children’s Trust
Families Achieving Balance
Project Lead – KaiGo
The role of KaiGo Project Lead is responsible for the successful execution of the Food Rescue program.
Full time role
We are a Social Enterprise based in Katikati. We are looking for someone who has passion and drive for community and disability. Who has retail experience including rostering/stock management/social media/visual display and empowering our people to be the best that they can.
A successful applicant will be able to strongly engage with at risk youth, building healthy connections and facilitate our strategic interventions through the mentoring relationship. Part time
Papamoa Family Services
Pāpāmoa Family Services provides a range of strengths-based whānau services in the Bay of Plenty Region.
We are looking for a dynamic Family Services Manager to inspire, lead and empower a culture of excellence and continuous improvement at our Pāpāmoa Family Services.
Craft Management Charitable Trust
Seeking Two Trustees
Craft Management Charitable Trust (craft) is advancing its plan to establish their education, training and production hub for those within the film, television, radio and acting industry. craft is seeking to add 2-Trustees to the team to assist with the strategic planning and governance of the charity.
Pool of NFP Staff
SociaLink operate an informal ‘pool’ of people experienced in the not-for-profit sector who could cover staff on leave or for short-term jobs.
People available for temporary projects
Postgraduate Dip. in Guidance and Counselling and currently studying towards a Masters in Counselling through Massey University.
Required to complete 100 hours this calendar year in supervised counselling sessions.
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