Health Support Worker /Rehabilitation Assistants - Residential (Casual)

Job description

Health Support Worker/Rehabilitation Assistant

Casual Position 


  • Committed, Passionate People
  • West Auckland
  • Rostered Rotating Shifts 


Your main role is to provide support to adults with traumatic brain injuries by providing a safe environment and supporting them with their goals and daily tasks.  Your role will also include supporting clients to participate in meaningful activities and support them with daily house tasks to help them achieve maximum independence.

Previous experience working with people who have challenges with their mental health is preferred. Excellent communication skills and the ability to build and sustain working relationships with clients is essential. A relevant qualification in mental health is desirable.

You’ll need to be prepared to do varied tasks to support our clients - cleaning, cooking, personal care or helping out with everyday household tasks.

This is a casual position. As our services operate 24/7, hours of work will include day, evening, weekend and awake night shifts and are rostered Monday – Sunday.

Duties of the role could include the following:

  • Encouraging engagement and physical activity
  • Supporting and participating in daily tasks such as planning, cooking, shopping and cleaning
  • Personal Cares
  • Championing best practice


What you need:

  • Minimum two years experience in New Zealand rehabilitation, mental health or healthcare
  • Ideally have a Health and Wellbeing Qualification (or similar), however, if you're willing to commit to working towards a qualification then we would love to hear from you too
  • A full, clean New Zealand driver's license
  • A 'can-do' attitude and be able to demonstrate strong personal and professional boundaries
  • Flexibility in the hours you can work, you will be on a roster
  • Strong communications skills 

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ABI Rehabilitation, New Zealand
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