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Youthline Manukau is looking for an experienced practitioner to provide best practice and service quality leadership to our team of youth workers. You will report to the Youth Development Manager and be responsible for the clinical and practice oversight of the delivery of youth development programmes.
Genesis Youth Trust exists to reduce the levels of youth offending in some of Auckland’s most affected communities. The Chief Executive we are seeking will be a strong, inclusive leader who brings a clear, strategic perspective, an innovative approach to organisational growth, and well-honed relationship management skills.
The Crescendo Trust of Aotearoa (CTOA) are a group of musos that use our industry experience to pass on skills to rangatahi which they use to expand their wellbeing, find their voice and empower their future. The Youth & Programme Manager will be focused on youth recruitment, advocacy, wellbeing as well as overseeing our mentors interactions with our youth.
We are seeking a Kaiārahi (Navigator) that will engage with whānau to identify their sought outcomes and provide advocacy. Located in our Whānau Centre in Henderson, our Kaiārahi work alongside whānau to understand current needs, look at whānau strengths, develop a plan and navigate whānau into the appropriate services.
This is a full time position working Monday to Friday. The Taitamariki Programme is funded by the Waitakere DHB, to build self-confidence, sense of self and improved health among Taitamariki aged 09 – 16 years, who are at risk of, or have had, exposure to alcohol and other drugs.
Wai Atamai is the Social Innovation Hub of Te Whānau o Waipareira Trust and is currently looking for a Workforce Development Facilitator to join the team. We are looking for someone that will use effective communication and build strong relationships to facilitate the workforce development program.