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Youthline is looking for an enthusiastic and professional individual who has a proven track record of engaging with young people from a strengths based approach and will have links to youth through your community networks. Based in Grey Lynn, Covering Waitemata, Albert-Eden Roskill and Orakei districts
Ngati Kahu Social and Health Services is looking for someone who has a passion for making change and supporting Young people to reach their full potential. Our role is to build up their self-confidence, their independence and overcome barriers in order to be better contributors to their whanau and their community.
NZ Police are seeking an energetic, enthusiastic and skilled person to join our team as a Youth and Whānau Intervention Worker, focused on youth and whānau harm prevention. Based in Hamilton you will be confident in bi-cultural and multi-cultural settings, utilising a Kaupapa Māori, or other approach that is culturally appropriate for the young person and their whānau.
VOYCE – Whakarongo Mai now has a life-changing role that will help change lives. You will be an advocate for children in care with wide-ranging travel across Tamaki Makaurau and sometimes the country. You will need to have experience working with children and young people and an amazing capacity to build trusting relationships with them.
The Voices of Children and Young People team, in the Tamariki Advocate Group, ensures tamariki and rangatahi voices are heard throughout the organisation. The purpose of this Senior Advisor Voices Insights role includes ensuring the voices of tamariki and rangatahi Māori are heard and prioritised.
Community Colleges New Zealand are looking for an enthusiastic person who is passionate about working with youth to keep them engaged in education or training. All relevant training will be provided, however experience working with youth would be beneficial.
This is an opportunity to join SADD as a Programme Delivery Lead (Upper North Island) on a 12-month fixed-term contract as the newest member of our growing Delivery team, working directly with passionate young leaders, secondary schools, and community partners.
Barnardos are seeking suitably qualified and/or experienced Residential Youth Workers for permanent full-time work – 40 hours/pw, 2 shifts 6.30am – 3.00pm OR 2.00pm – 10.30pm as rostered. The role maintains responsibility for the daily care of youth in a Barnardos residential home (Te Poutama Arahi Rangatahi) within the framework of the policies and practices of Barnardos.
We’re looking for Youth Mentors (a.k.a. Awesome Role Models) who have the ability to support young people to change their thinking and behaviour so that they don’t reoffend and are offered an opportunity to reach their full life potential. We’re looking for people from diverse backgrounds and with relevant youth development skills.