Employment


MASH Trust currently employs nearly 450 staff in the Lower North Island; in a wide range of roles including Caregiving, Team Leadership, Finance, Administration, Management and other specialist positions. With the diverse range of skills required, MASH provides a learning-focused work environment. Learning and Development opportunities include a range of fully and partially subsidised study. Qualifications include, First Aid, National Certificate courses in Community Support Services, Human Services, Mental Health and Intellectual Disability and a wide range of other study options including undergraduate through to postgraduate study. 

 
Position Service
Location Ref
Closing Date
Full Time
       
Community Support Worker
Intellectual Disability
Paraparaumu 1378 12/02/2016
Community Support Worker - Pool Position
Intellectual Disability
Wellington
1394
12/02/2016
Community Support Worker
Intellectual Disability
Hawkes Bay
1405
17/02/2016
Home Coordinator
Intellectual Disability
Levin
1408
17/02/2016
Community Support Worker
Intellectual Disability
Levin
1409
17/02/2016
Community Support Worker
Intellectual Disability Levin
1411
19/02/2016
Community Support Worker Mental Health
Palmerston North 1415
24/02/2016
Home Coordinator Intellectual Disability
Levin
1416
17/02/2016
Part Time
       
Community Support Worker
Intellectual Disability
Wellington
2332
13/02/2016
Community Support Worker
Intellectual Disability Levin
2334
17/02/2016
Community Support Worker
Intellectual Disability
Wellington
2336
24/02/2016
Community Support Worker
Intellectual Disability Wellington
2337
04/02/2016
Community Support Worker
Vocational
Feilding
2338
17/02/2016
Community Support Worker Mental Health Wellington
2339 12/02/2016
Casual        
Community Support Worker
Vocational
Palmerston North 3073
11/02/2016
Community Support Worker Intellectual Disability Wellington
3043
 
Community Support Worker Intellectual Disability Levin
3040
 
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