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family harm COMMUNITY advocate – kindred family services
physiotherapist – physio flex

accountant Associate

Our client is looking for an Accountant Associate to join their small & thriving Practice in Helensville’s semi-rural community. Ideally, they are searching for someone seeking full-time hours; however, they are also willing to consider someone for four days per week or a job share situation.  

Are you that person? You will be a qualified Chartered Accountant or have completed three years of your CA studies and will be close to qualification. You must also have completed your Taxation paper.

This role would be amazing for some who wants a long-term role and has the vision to take over a semi-rural practice. The accounts you will cover are for various sole traders and limited companies in small professional services, childcare, and agriculture. Helensville is a semi-rural community, and if you have accounting experience in the farming sector, this would be a major bonus! 

You must be the sort of person who is comfortable having hard conversations with your clients and be happy to work across a solid range of accounting tasks.

If this sounds like you, please Submit your CV to Marbles.

To find out more, view the full job advertisement here:

Family harm COMMUNITY ADVOCATE – kindred family services

Due to exciting internal growth, my client, Kindred Family Services, is looking for a dynamic person to join their team as a Family Harm Community Advocate (permanent full time). 

Kindred Family Services is a vibrant NGO in Nor-West Auckland. The services offered by Kindred work to support people from crisis to safety, to stability and towards creating a flourishing community.  They have a range of services and programmes to help people reach their full potential, including family harm community advocacy/support, family support, strengthening families, group programmes, counselling, and a women’s refuge safe house. They work across all genders, with children, youth and adults.

This role would be rewarding for individuals passionate about supporting and empowering clients and their whānau to live safe lives free from harm. It is an opportunity to build on the client’s personal strengths, develop strategies, and connect them with community resources to establish long term positive change. This role is an opportunity to join a supportive team dedicated to providing quality interventions.

Are you the person that Kindred is looking for? You will be happy to work 35-40 hours per week, Monday to Friday. Ideally, you will have had some experience in family harm or related experience in a similar role. Whilst social work qualifications are desirable, the team are open to considering individuals who don’t necessarily have formal qualifications but demonstrate a growth mindset and a desire to develop professionally.

You will also hold a full driver’s license. Whilst the roles are based in Helensville and Kumeu Area, Kindred services a large and diverse population from Taupaki to South Kaipara, requiring a person who enjoys travelling to meet their clients. 

You will be someone who is ready for the challenge of developing this role into an example of best practice.  You will have the ability to work cross-culturally and inclusively and work from a trauma-informed position. You will also be compassionate, a team player, and proactive in managing your own self-care.

To be successful in this role, you will need some understanding of the following areas. Where your knowledge is limited, you will demonstrate a desire to learn. You will also have a team around you who are committed to helping you build your understanding.

  • Experience and knowledge about family harm.
  • The dynamics of power and control and the ability to support the wider team to recognise and respond to power and control and safety concerns.
  • Experience in working with families.
  • Experience in networking with community organisations.
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to take direction and work in a team environment.
  • Effective administration skills and time management.
  • Experience with group facilitation. 
  • Theories of behavioural change.
  • Risk assessment and risk management.
  • How to form enabling and respectful relationships with clients and whanau.
  • Social and cultural issues/trends.
  • Te Tiriti o Waitangi and its implications for practice.

You will be provided with ongoing training, supervision, and all the tools you’ll need to do your job, although you’ll need your own car (mileage will be reimbursed).

In return, you would be offered a competitive salary and reimbursed for professional development & supervision. In addition, you will be part of a supportive team with hands-on leadership and a real opportunity to grow and develop your skills.

If you think you would be great for this position or would like a copy of the job description, please contact Jaime at Marbles (People & Culture Hub).

Applications initially close Sunday 29 May 2022


Our client, Physio Flex, is looking for an experienced Physiotherapist to join their growing team in their fully accredited, well-established clinic.  Physio Flex has a reputation for providing excellent service and achieving great patient outcomes.  The role is based in the semi-rural location of Helensville.  They are a family-friendly community close to Auckland but away from the hustle and bustle.  Physio Flex is open to considering a part-time or full-time Physiotherapist; the most important thing for them is that they find the right person for the role.

Are you the person for this role?  You will be a professional yet caring and friendly Physio who places your patients and the community at the core of your practice.  You will be self-motivated and eager to learn and progress your skills.  You must have strong attention to detail and be comfortable managing a busy caseload.  You must hold a current NZ APC.

Physio Flex can provide a varied workload, modern, spacious workspace and a rehab gym.  They are also committed to contributing to ongoing professional development, and you would be joining a friendly and experienced team.

If this sounds like you, please Submit your CV to Marbles or on apply online here.

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Here at Marbles, we’re always on the look-out for career seekers who might just be a good fit for one of the businesses we’re working with.

If you’re interested, Jaime’s ‘CV Do’s + Don’ts Webinar’ from January 2018 is available to view here…

Submit your CV to Marbles and we’ll keep it on file just in case anything else comes up!