Client Interviewer - SHAMA


A Bureau Interviewer is typically based at the Bureau on Victoria Street but we are running a new pilot. We want to place volunteers in other organisations so that they can help their local community by using our resources and support.
Full, ongoing training is provided and a lot of support to help make sure this role really makes a strong, positive impact on the community.

This role is for a volunteer based at SHAMA. SHAMA is about migrant women supporting migrant women and we would like to recruit volunteers who believe in this as a core value. For this reason, the volunteer must be female and preferably from a migrant background.

If you want to make a difference, help empower and strengthen your community, then get in touch. We offer long term support and training and we are flexible in our approach, willing to listen to your ideas and needs.

  • Good communication skills and listening skills
  • Good English both spoken and written
  • Always acts with compassion, empathy and neutrality
  • Always maintains client confidentiality
  • Good computer skills (training is provided)
  • Adhere to CAB aims, values, principles, and policies.
  • Learn about and participate in the CAB commitment to effectiveness for Māori (Mauri Manaia)
  • Give and receive feedback effectively, accepting guidance and assistance.
  • Participating in ongoing training sessions

A Ministry of Justice background check is required for this role.

Time commitment:

Flexible but likely working hours

Getting started:
The first step is to express your interest by filling out the form below. We will then put you in touch directly with the organisation for more information on the role and how to proceed.

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