What’s it like to work at Equip?
Employees are empowered to reach their full potential through professional development and training programmes
We care about the people we work with and for, and our outcomes demonstrate this in a tangible way
Our team is professional, open, honest and take a holistic view to recovery
We put our faith into actionWe are a Christian response to need in our community. We are not here to judge, we are here to help. We will always do what we can to address people’s needs and provide the momentum for them to move forward in their lives.
Our people matterAt Equip, we are each part of a bigger picture. We value other roles as much as our own. We will do everything we can to raise each other up to achieve outcomes greater than any of us can imagine.
If we can 'yes' we willWe look for solutions not problems. We have a ‘can do’ attitude. When we have to say ‘no’, we will do it respectfully. We are team players. We serve with openness and positivity.
Current Job Openings
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Health and Wellbeing
We have quarterly team building days and our team is cared for physically, mentally and spiritually
Learning & Development
We support staff learning and development opportunities that grow knowledge and skills to advance careers.
Work-life balance is an integral aspect of employee satisfaction. We offer flexible work hours in consideration of individual needs and requirements where possible.
Starting in 1991 as an extension of Windsor Park Church, we are now a leading mental health organisation providing an innovative model of care, effective support and education in the greater Auckland region.
Our range of services has grown considerably. We help people who experience major mental health issues and work as a team to support people to maintain what is already working in their lives as well as providing support to achieve their goals, celebrate their successes and make barriers easier to get around.
Frequently Asked Questions
Send us your application, each job will have different requirements. We will let you know via email if you are progressing or not.
We will send you an email with some video questions as we'd like to get to know you and learn more about past experiences.
Team culture and values are important to us, at this stage of the process we are wanting to learn about your abilities, aptitude, and personality in more detail.
Once you have completed the video questions and profile we'll invite you in for an interview, depending on the role the interview panel will be made up of two Team Leaders and an Our Voice representative.
Post-interview you'll be asked to join the amazing team at Equip. A pre-employment police check will need to be completed prior to your start date.
Yes - Equip will support you in your studies to complete a Level 4 Certificate in Health and Wellbeing (Mental Health and Addiction Support).
Our Voice is a community of people who have lived experience of mental health and or addictions. We support one another and have an independent voice that influences a greater understanding of mental health and addiction challenges. The Our Voice team provides input to Equip in a range of areas to enhance service delivery.
Yes - we provide our team with a fleet of cars to use while out in the community. For insurance reasons a full drivers licence is required.
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