Senior Community Work Supervisor
Kaitirotiro Mahi Hapori Pāhake
Our Senior Community Work Supervisors (Kaitirotiro Mahi Hapori Pāhake) led over one and a half million hours of community work last year delivering meaningful projects to schools, community groups, marae, and churches across the country.
They are responsible for supporting the Community Work Supervisors and in-the-moment decision making. They are also responsible for assessing community projects; developing and maintaining relationships with our project sponsors; ensuring health and safety information for each work site is current; and ensuring accurate record keeping.
Senior Community Work Supervisors, along with Community Work Supervisors, oversee and manage people undertaking their community work sentence. They work with people from the time they are inducted into their community work sentence and provide support to engage them in completing their hours. It is also an opportunity to develop work and social skills.
In addition they manage people who are on community detention, a sentence that restricts people’s movements on an electronically monitored curfew.
They have a people-orientated approach as well as the ability to motivate and encourage others while being patient and enforcing the rules.
Skills we look for
We are looking for people who:
- are good at communicating with a range of people
- experience leading and developing a team
- are able to manage projects and manage relationships with key stakeholders
- have practical knowledge and experience obtained through life skills or various job roles
- are strong problem-solvers and have good judgement and decision making
- have high integrity.
What we can offer
- 40 hour week, working Tuesday to Saturday 8 hours per day
- Salary between $57,281 - $64,707 depending on experience
- Initial learning pathway of one week at Ara Tika (induction in Wellington) then on the job training
What you need
- Experience leading and mentoring a team
- Good relationship management skills
- Able to deal with immediate safety risks
- Full New Zealand Driver Licence and ability to drive a manual vehicle
- Ability to pass a drug test