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This is a great part time opportunity to work in a fun and supportive environment for a youth worker who wants part time, day time hours. Working 1:1 with a young man, and assisting a small group of students, you will provide backup to the Programme Co-ordinator as well as support young people and their whānau.
The purpose of this position is to implement effective Youth Work services based at the Youth and Cultural Development Society Inc, engage with young people and maintain a safe place that will support and provide practical assistance to young people who are or are at risk of working on the Streets in the sex industry.
As the Peer Support Coordinator at OUTLine, you will be responsible for developing and delivering OUTLine’s peer support services for Aotearoa’s rainbow communities, and for gender diverse* whānau in particular. You will lead the development and delivery of the 0800 OUTLINE peer support line service, including implementing new technology such as webchat counselling.
We’re looking for a savvy and energised youth worker to join our growing service. If you are passionate about supporting young people to build confidence, resilience and wellbeing, and would like to work with a great team, we want to hear from you. You will be working 32 hours per week working from Friday to Monday on a weekly rotating AM/PM shift pattern.
The Hurunui District Council is looking for a Youth Mega Star to develop and deliver a youth led programme of recreation, education, cultural and leadership opportunities, activities and events for Hurunui Youth.
We have an exciting opportunity for you to provide a life-long positive influence to the lives of young people and their families across our community. The Youth Development Manager is responsible for the management of the youth team, including a young adult learning programme and our outdoor education programme.