Oranga Tamariki in the PSA

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This page is intended as a resource for members from Oranga Tamariki to find key documents related to PSAs involvement in Oranga Tamariki. It also aims to provide a 'one stop shop' for other important info around projects, delegates and news.

 

Click here to see your National Delegates and your Rūnanga National Delegates for 2019-2021, or check out the Oranga Tamariki National Delegates map here.

Have a look through the tabs  below to find some useful items

 

Eileen Kaveney is a PSA Rūnanga Delegate from Oranga Tamariki Lower Hutt Site, where she works as a Care and Protection Social Worker.

This korero is about Eileen's mahi in her role as our PSA Rūnanga delegate and how she incorporates her Māoritanga into her everyday mahi as a social worker.

The professional development fund is a PSA member only benefit for people working at Oranga Tamariki who are covered by the main collective. The fund is administered by three PSA delegate and three Oranga Tamariki representatives.

Applications for the fund can be sent to:
PSA_Professional_Development_Fund@ot.govt.nz 

The application form and criteria can be found here:

Criteria-for-Professional-Development-Fund.pdf

Form-for-Professional-Development-Fund.pdf

 

 

 

 

Introducing the latest development from your PSA organisers, convenors, and delegates, the PSA @ OT podcast. The purpose of this podcast is to help get the important messages to you, our members, as another medium in addition to our social media and newsletters. 

Episode 8: Korero at PSA House

Episode 8: Korero at PSA House

Episode 7: Return to Level 1

Episode 6: Manawatu Taranaki Regional Hui

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Episode 5: Workloads

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Episode 4: On the ground at Tāmaki Makaurau

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Episode 3: Strategic Engagement Meeting feedback

 

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Episode 2: FGC meeting and Residences update

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Introducing the latest development from your PSA organisers, convenors, and delegates, the PSA @ OT podcast. The purpose of this podcast is to help get the important messages to you, our members, as another medium in addition to our social media and newsletters. 

Episode 1: Introducing your organisers and convenors

For audio only: 

  • PSA-Submission-on-Kairaranga-Role-Aug-2019 pdf | 560 KB | Last Changed: 13/08/2019 2:47pm

    The PSA Rūnanga national delegates wrote a submission about the Kairaranga role currently being consulted on.

  • Reccomendations-to-project-governance-SWRA-Admin-Review pdf | 166 KB | Last Changed: 13/08/2019 2:28pm

    This document was written to the Project Governance group from Oranga Tamariki with the recommendations from the SWRA/Admin delegate team. These recommendations were based on analysing the huge amount of feedback we got in consider this. There will be final results in all changes once we get a decision from Oranga Tamariki.

  • Oranga-Tamariki-CA-December-2018-to-June-2021 pdf | 11 MB | Last Changed: 27/06/2019 9:17am

    This is the collective agreement covering the majority of workers within Oranga Tamariki.

  • Terms-of-settlement-OT-2018-2021 pdf | 1 MB | Last Changed: 27/06/2019 9:14am

    This document supplements the collective agreement describing the agreements reached between Oranga Tamariki and the PSA in bargaining.

  • Terms-of-settlement-CYF2016 pdf | 1015 KB | Last Changed: 01/07/2019 3:23pm

    This is the terms of settlement from the last bargaining done under the CYF brand when CYF was a part of the Ministry for Social Development. Many of the commitments remain- for example those around transporting.

  • Change-process-protocol-final-2019 pdf | 82 KB | Last Changed: 27/06/2019 3:09pm

    These are the high level principles that underpin how we at the PSA expect Oranga Tamariki to engage with us on different types of change. It is worthwhile knowing these so that members can ensure the organisation follows these and includes us at every stage.

  • PSA-Relationship-Agreement-14.6.18-Final pdf | 377 KB | Last Changed: 26/06/2019 1:59pm

    The relationship agreement describes how our delegate structures work, how we can escalate issues and also detail the agreements between Oranga Tamariki and the PSA on delegate release and engagement. Individual sites then fill in a site agreement agreeing their specific needs.

  • Oranga-tamariki-casework-and-workload-survey pdf | 1.4 MB | Last Changed: 26/06/2019 2:00pm

    This is a survey undertaken of PSA members who held a caseload in 2018. Designed to update some of the basic data gathered in the 2014 Work and caseload review it captures critical information on the pressure on members and was sent to the Minister.

  • OT-Gender-Pay-Gap-Action-Plan-final-2019 pdf | 133 KB | Last Changed: 27/06/2019 9:35am

    The PSA work with Oranga Tamariki every year to put together a gender pay action plan. Every agency in the public service is required to have a gender pay action plan and look to eliminate gender bias at every stage in the employment life cycle. (Recruitment, promotion etc.) The PSA monitor progress on this work throughout each year.

  • Gender-Pay-Gap-Data-Analysis-for-SSCfinal pdf | 159 KB | Last Changed: 27/06/2019 9:38am

    This is the data that we look at and continue to monitor for the purposes of eliminating gender and ethic bias within Oranga Tamariki when it comes to pay and progression. Take a look- still lots of work to be done.

  • Terms-of-Settlement-for-SW-Pay-Equity-Claim- pdf | 256 KB | Last Changed: 27/06/2019 2:34pm