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Health and Wellness Employment Assistance

The target group for this service are clients in receipt of a Sickness (SB) and Invalids (IB) Benefits within the Auckland Region who have indicated that they want to move into paid employment.  The service is also targeted to a minimum of 30% Youth. participation, aged between 18-24 years old.

The Employment Coaching component may include, but is not limited to:
  • Assessment to determine Client eligibility and suitability, including being aware of each Client's level of employment clearance from a Medical Practitioner
  • Provision of a comprehensive CV and covering letters
  • One on One Career advice.  This recognises the Client's strengths and identifies their interests, career aspirations, and how to make affective career choices to realise their preferred future
  • Workshops to Clients that are applicable and relevant
  • Develop and maintain confidence and motivation, with focus upon achieving employment and career goals
  • Maintain a liaison role with Work and Income
  • Enhance Clients ability to problem sole and self manage employment related issues in future unaided
  • Career and Progression Plan

The Employment Placement component
  • Practise of interview techniques and learn about different approaches and response to interviews
  • Provide the tools for effective job searching
  • Advice and assistance with budgeting
  • Advice and assistance with travel
  • Arranging Employment positions for Clients

Post Placement Support
Post Placement Support is delivered for a minimum of 31 days post employment start
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CONTACT US

482 Te Atatu Road
Te Atatu Peninsula
PO Box 45 132
Te Atatu
Auckland 0651
Phone 09 834-1482
Fax 09 834-1485
info@inwork.co.nz
Free Phone 0800 478 902
   

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OUR DIFFERENCE

A genuine commitment to service delivery, key values and professionalism has enabled inwork to help 95.70% of clients achieve a critical job retention milestone of being employed for six months or longer.  This equates to 10,833 individuals, all sustainably employed.  Read more