Work for Us


Gateway is the largest non-government provider of mental health services in the top of the South Island, employing 60+ staff across the Tasman, Marlborough and West Coast regions.

The following vacancies exist:


Having adopted an agile business model, we are looking for a skilled HR Advisor to inform and implement HR systems and practice to best support our valuable employees.

We are in the process of implementing HR and Payroll systems to support our streamlined structure. You will be a key leader in coaching and advising our Management Team to achieve a positive workplace culture.

You will have sound knowledge of HR functions such as recruitment, onboarding, performance management, rewards and incentives, payroll, leave management and succession planning, employment legislation.

You will become part of a caring and supportive team of professionals who are committed to empowering others to live their best life, please visit our website for more details and to obtain a copy of the Position Description.

Senior HR Administrator experience considered.

We look forward to hearing from you.

To apply, you will need to submit the following 3 documents:

  1. Application for Employment form

  2. Covering letter

  3. Resume/CV

Questions and applications can be made to the CEO, Tracey Tuhi, via email

Applications close 12 March 2019.



Part Time + Casual positions available

Gateway has been making a positive difference in the lives of many people in the Nelson-Marlborough region for 25 years, and we are seeking people who are passionate about what we are passionate about: empowering people towards wellbeing and working in partnership with people at the centre.

In Nelson we operate residential services for Adults and Young People which operate every day of the year, day and night, for mental health consumers who need support to live in and engage fully in the community.

We encourage you to apply for this role if you:

·         Have a passion for and natural ability in connecting with people

·         Work well in a team and independently

·         Are a great listener and a good communicator

·         Have a positive outlook, resilience and a sense of humour

·         Are available for shift work, including evenings and weekends as required

·         Are honest and trustworthy and have a willingness to learn

·         A basic level of fitness

·         Have legal entitlement to work in New Zealand

Whilst relevant experience and qualifications would be helpful, we would encourage any person with the above attributes to apply.  Training will be provided.

  1. To apply, you will need to submit the following 3 documents:

    1. Application for Employment form

    2. Covering letter

    3. Resume/CV

This position is subject to police checking as required under the Vulnerable Children’s Act 2014.

Please direct all enquiries to Andrew Bridge, Residential Services Manager at or call on 027 3766072

Please forward applications to the HR Manager P: (03) 545 7100.

Applications close 15 March 2019.


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