Healthier Homes Handyman/ Handywoman

We are currently seeking a part-time, casual or contract Healthier Homes Handyman/ Handywoman to help high risk households in South Auckland.

Ability to interact with people in an appropriate, culturally sensitive, caring, and considerate way (including Māori and Pasifika) is a must.

You will need to be practical and able to fix a variety of issues with a home such as draughts, insulation, windows, curtains, and install smoke alarms. Training and on-the-job support will be provided.

Polynesian language and cultural skills would be beneficial.

Please send your application to 

Job Details

  • 5-40 hours per week (building over time)
  • Part-time contract role, possibility to move to full-time over 12 months based on business growth and needs.
  • Living wage, paid monthly
  • Some training provided, including cross training opportunities.
  • Remote work, on-site, office-based, and various other locations of work as required

Our People are:

  • Ethical and honest, avoiding surprises,
  • Supportive and caring,
  • Collaborative, friendly and helpful,
  • Proactive and accountable,
  • Reliable and dependable,
  • Committed to learning and cooperating,
  • Conscious of their health and well-being, but available for occasional weekend work

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