Become a Support Worker

Do you want a career where you are helping others to live their best life?

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Application forms can be emailed to recruitment@tlc4u2.co.nz

tlc4u2 is an industry leader in the way we provide our care. We go above and beyond, taking on clients other service providers aren’t prepared to.

Our caregivers are able to rise to the occasion because of the support chain built within our organisation. Managing Director Jonathan Harris is personally involved in daily operations, and sees his role in the company as being a support capacity, through which he supports tlc4u2’s Service Coordinators, while they in turn support individual Support Workers, who then have the full wraparound support they need to adequately support tlc4u2’s valued kiritaki/clients. Caregivers are provided with personalised training for each individual client and we always make sure our clients and support workers are a good fit for one another, happily making changes when a pairing isn’t working out.

Did you know?

  • When it comes to our kaitiaki/caregivers, we believe in tender loving care for you too
  • We have an incredibly low-staff turnover, reflecting the positive work environment and conditions we have worked hard to cultivate, and are passionate about continuing to maintain and improve
  • It is important to us that our staff know they are valued. We encourage innovation and initiative. We are committed to open and honest communication between support workers and supervisors, and treat all support workers with the same dignity and respect we expect them to treat our clients with
  • We invest in our staff and are dedicated to their wellbeing and success, which enables them to provide a professional level of investment and true dedication in their mahi/work
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Meet some of the support workers making a difference every day with tlc4u2
Ainslee Taylor

“I have been employed with tlc4u2 as a support worker for 4 years. In 2020 I gained my New Zealand Certificate in Health and Wellbeing Level 2. At present, I am proud to be studying for my Level 3 Certificate also in Health and Wellbeing.

Caring for and supporting clients in their own home requires understanding for their individual needs. As a support worker I like my clients to feel cared for and nurtured.

Outside of my job I am a mother of 4, with 5 grandchildren, 2 of which were born very prematurely at 27 weeks, yes twins -so I dedicate a lot of my time to helping and supporting my whānau.”

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Kayla Lear

I have been working for tlc4u2 coming up to 1 year now. As a nursing student, working for tlc4u2, meeting clients of all different walks of life has been eye-opening. Working with clients with all different abilities and disabilities has helped me to gain a better understanding of people’s circumstances and their conditions. I know that I will use the valuable skills and knowledge gained from working for tlc4u2 throughout my nursing career and I am grateful to have had the opportunity to learn them

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