About the role
Programme facilitators run therapeutic programmes that are designed to help offenders understand the factors that led to their offending. They help offenders to take responsibility for their actions, motivate them to change their behaviour and teach them new skills which will help them lead crime-free lives.
Programmes are usually delivered in small groups but can involve working one-on-one with individuals. This requires planning, preparing and delivering a variety of programmes as well as monitoring the participants’ progress to make sure they are getting the most out of their sessions.
Skills we look for
We are looking for people who:
- are good at communicating with a range of people
- are future-focused positive role models who are interested in helping others
- can motivate others and are engaging
- have the ability to self-reflect and be willing to take feedback and be challenged
- have experience applying theoretical concepts to their work
- have strong analytical and critical reasoning skills.
What we can offer
- A 40 hour working week usually Monday to Friday
- Starting salary of $60,066
- Five weeks' holiday annually
- Initial Learning Pathway – 1 week Ara Tika (induction in Upper Hutt), then 8 weeks role specific intensive training (at home site)
What you need
- Hold a tertiary qualification in areas such as psychology, social work or counselling,
- Full New Zealand or International Driver Licence
- Conﬂicts of interest and previous convictions assessed on a case by case basis. The Clean Slate act applies where the police vet will not provide any information that should not be disclosed under the act
- Ability to pass a drug test