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Programmes Facilitator - Events Lead and Māori Programme Support vacancy

Programmes Facilitator - Events Lead and Māori Programme Support vacancy

Programmes Facilitator - Events Lead and Māori Programme Support vacancy

YWCA Auckland

Closing Date : 26 Mar 2018

  •   Fabulous role in an action-packed, diverse and fun team 

  •   Make a big difference in young people’s lives 

  •  Great location in Newmarket 

YWCA Auckland is a feminist organisation and part of a global movement of women leading
change. Every day we work hard to support young women in Auckland - and we advocate hard too, for a gender-equal future. We want a world where the voices of all women are heard, respected and celebrated. A world where 100% opportunity for women and girls is simply the norm, not another negotiation.

As you can imagine, there's still quite a lot to do. Join us!

Our Values:

We value passion and the pioneering spirit. We say what we'll do and we do what we say. We accept and respect our communities and the diversity within them. 

Our Purpose:

We stand behind young women for 100% Safety, Opportunity, Freedom, Choice and Fairness by empowering young women through leadership programmes and advocacy for a gender-equal future. 

What's the Job?

Reporting to the Programme Development and Operations Manager, this role is part of the Programmes Delivery Team which delivers YWCA Auckland's Future Leaders and Money Savvy programmes. Critical to this role is your ability to speak Te reo Maori (at least intermediate level), to support and deliver a tikanga Māori leadership programme, and to plan programme events, so relevant experience in these areas is a must. 

Alongside this, you will be an experienced group facilitator and responsible for delivering our programmes to groups of school students, and managing relationships between the students and their mentors. 

The successful candidate will have following skills and experience: 

  •   Ability to communicate in Te reo Māori (minimum of intermediate level) 

  •   Experience in working with Māori youth, whānau, iwi and hapu 

  •   Experience in the planning, delivering and reviewing events, activities and workshops 

  •   Experience in group facilitation 

  •   Well-developed oral, written and interpersonal skills 

  •   Experience with event management for young people, including budgets 

  •   Experience within the youth sector, and/or youth development models and practices 

  •   Experience in working with diverse cultures 

  •   Ability to manage time and competing priorities 

  •   Ability to work unsupervised and as part of a high performing team 

  •   A current 1st Aid in the Workplace certificate is preferred 

  •   Must have own vehicle and full, clean driver licence 

  •   Must be a non-smoker 

For a full position description please email

To apply, please provide your CV and a cover letter which detail how your skills and experience align 
with our requirements.

Applications close: Monday, 26th March 2018

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