St John of God Hauora Trust is a leading Catholic, not-for-profit provider
of disability, youth and social services in New Zealand. Due to
impending retirements from the Board we invite applications for two
positions of Appointed Board Member.
We provide important and life-enhancing services to people living with a
physical or neurological disability in a range of locations in New Zealand
through our Health and Ability Services. Our Community, Youth and
Child Services deliver a range of programmes at St John of God Waipuna
and in Rangiora to meet the needs of communities, young people and
families in the Canterbury Region.
St John of God Hauora Trust is an operating division of the Catholic notfor-
profit health care group St John of God Health Care Inc, which
operates hospitals, home nursing, disability support services, and Social
Outreach and Advocacy services reaching out to people experiencing
The roles require a corporate governance focus, with responsibility for
setting the strategic direction for St John of God Hauora Trust and
monitoring the performance of all aspects of the organisation, while
taking into account the interests of all relevant stakeholders.
The successful applicants will have proven experience and/or exposure
to areas such as the Health and Disability Sector, Social Services Sector,
Legal, Finance, Bi-cultural practice, and ICT. They will also need to be
committed to the Mission and Values of the organisation. One of the
successful appointees will be a member of the Clinical Governance
Group, therefore a clinical background will be required for this vacancy.
The Board will value candidates able to demonstrate diversity of
thought and an understanding of the challenges of the organisation, our
residents and the vulnerable young people and their whanau that we
work with. While Board members are paid the remuneration offered is
consistent with organisations operating in the non-for-profit sector.
All applications should include a CV and covering letter and be sent to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications close 5pm, 28 April 2019. If you have any
questions regarding these roles, please contact Board Chair, Peter Jensen, at
The successful applicant will have proven experience and
success as either a Director or Senior Executive in areas which complement the current Board membership. They will also need to be committed to the Mission and Values of the
All applications should include a CV and covering letter and be sent to email@example.com. Applications close 5pm, 28 January 2018. If you have any questions regarding this role, please contact Board Chair, Bevan Killick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We need your feedback to help inform decision making about the way our services are presented to clients and
the people we work with.
We are interested in your thoughts and perceptions about our organisation and the work we do.
Please complete our survey at https://forms.gle/apEtyAdvDBqUTy8h8
Your response will qualify you for a draw to win one of 20 $20 Pak'n'Save vouchers.
Your responses will inform a report to CEO Steve Berry about our branding and marketing.
An email address is collected for the purposes of contacting you in case of winning a prize. Your email will not be used to identify your response or contact you for any other purpose.
Data is being collected by George Anderson (National Manager Fundraising and Marketing) who is available to answer any questions on 021 244 9274 or email@example.com.
Today at our residential care service St John of God Halswell we held a service in solidarity with the families who are faced with unimaginable loss and trauma from Friday's terrorist attack.
We mourn and stand in solidarity with our Muslim brothers and sisters, kiwis all of us, who have had so much taken from them.
Should you wish to support families affected by this tragedy Red Cross is providing assistance to families. The Christchurch Foundation has also established the Our People, Our City fund that will be coordinated in collaboration with Muslim communities. Givealittle has also given over its home page to a number of other funds in support of families affected.
Kia ora, kia kaha, kia manwanui.
Congraulations to the winners of the Spirit of St John of God Supreme Award. Watch our CEO Steve Berry's announcement of the winners of this year's Annual Supreme Award, and acknowledgement of all the caregivers across our organisation who work with great dedication every day to support vulnerable people in New Zealand.