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Reconnect Family Services believe in reconnecting children and young people to make a positive contribution to whanau, community and society. An exciting opportunity is available within our Kaitiaki Programme. We are looking for a Residential Team Leader to work at one of our Auckland community-based houses.
We are looking for a youth focused professional and advocate to walk alongside rangatahi as they create positive life pathways and develop their emotional and social learning abilities.
The Kiwi Can programme sets a foundation of values and life skills that students take with them through school and into later life. Working in teams of two but as part of a close-knit broader team, you and your team will together plan, prepare and deliver high quality lessons and activities for school kids aged 5-12.
Be part of a supportive team in the Whangarei community who are fully committed to achieving positive outcomes for young people, whānau and the community. As a Youth Worker for our Whangarei Youth Justice Services, you will provide support services for our rangatahi and whānau on our prevention programme.
Paired Up is small established pilot service funded by Auckland District Health Board that is based in an East Auckland High School. Being a pilot, the Team Manager role is a fixed term position until the completion of the Pilot (31 January, 2021).
As a Programme Coordinator you will lead the delivery of youth programmes, developing quality programmes for our rangitahi/young people. This role focuses on the delivery of existing youth programmes but also supports the growth of other developmental programmes.
As RainbowYOUTH’s Homelessness Support Worker, you will work in partnership with other organisations and communities across Auckland, to provide support for queer, gender diverse, and intersex young people who are at risk of, or who are experiencing, homelessness.
Odyssey House Christchurch’s Youth Day Programme supports youth who are participating in schooling here on site at Odyssey. You will work with youth one on one and as a small group, to attend meetings, recreation events, classroom style learning and family work.
Outward Bound are accepting applications for a staff selection course from 10th-14th February 2020. The role of an instructor is full time for 3 years with potential to extend and includes accommodation and food while working.
The Peer Support Team Leader will be responsible for managing a team of staff to deliver peer support, advocacy and navigation into housing and wellbeing to people in the city centre who are experiencing homelessness, marginalisation or health issues.
Eastern Southern Youth Trust (ESYT) are looking for an experienced, mature, youth worker that can build and maintain relationships with young people (especially Māori and Pacifica tamariki) – some who have high and complex needs. You will be providing youth centred care in a home-like environment and sleep overs are required.
298 Youth Health Centre is a busy ‘one stop shop’ youth service providing health care and social support to rangatahi/young people aged 10-24 years. We are seeking an experienced Youth Worker for 24 hours per week (Monday – Wednesday).
We are now seeking a Residential Manager to lead the development of services in our homes and lead the team of Residential Youth Workers. Together they will form a strong team to work alongside young people with a range of needs – some high and complex.
Te Puna o Te Aroha Maori Women’s Refuge are looking for an enthusiastic, skilled Child/Youth Advocate who wants to make a difference. This is a full time 37.5 hours a week position supporting children and youth in Whangarei and surrounding communities.
Merivale Community Centre is a grassroots community organisation who works alongside the community to deliver positive outcomes for rangatahi, whānau and the community. As a Youth Worker, you will provide support services for our rangatahi and whānau on our youth development programmes.
We’re seeking a fundraising pro with great relationship management skills to help us develop the sustainability of RainbowYOUTH. This is a newly created role to develop fundraising avenues for RainbowYOUTH and help manage RainbowYOUTH’s partnerships effectively.
VOYCE – Whakarongo Mai is a unique organisation established by and for care-experienced young people. Our whakamana (Youth Workers, Social Workers, Advocates) work directly impacts the lives of individual children and young people as well as informing and influencing how the State care system works or will work in future.