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Anglican Family Care - Social Worker, Central Otago/Queenstown Lakes, based in Alexandra or Wanaka - Applications close 1pm Tuesday 2 June 2020

Anglican Family Care - Social Worker, Central Otago/Queenstown Lakes, based in Alexandra or Wanaka - Applications close 1pm Tuesday 2 June 2020

We are currently seeking a Social Worker to join our small team in the Central Otago/Queenstown Lakes area based in Alexandra or Wanaka.  The ideal candidate will have experience in working with whānau; facilitating change that supports children to be raised in secure and nurturing environments. 

The position is 37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday.

To apply

If this sounds like you, apply via SEEK (click to open) with your cover letter and CV outlining why you are the person for the role. 

21/05/2020

03/06/2020

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