Massey Matters is a Community Development Organisation serving both West and East Massey in West Auckland.
As the HIPPY coordinator you will have primary responsibility for all aspects of local programme implementation and management. Find out more >>
West Auckland Youth Development Trust
15 to 20 hours per week (very flexible, and dependent on funding)
Flexible work location option
Are you an experienced charity admin star? Are you looking for a role with flexibility and autonomy that will help make a difference in our community?
This is an exciting opportunity to use your operational skills to make a big impact by working for this small charity that has recently been established.
The Child Abuse Prevention Foundation is a registered charitable trust. Our purpose is to work towards the prevention of child abuse.
We are looking for persons willing to serve as trustees.
If you feel that you have the desire and ability to help our cause please apply >>
Do you want to make a difference as a lawyer?
Do you want to work in a supportive community setting?
Auckland Disability Law (ADL) has an exciting opportunity for you in our part-time Solicitor role.
Applications close at 5pm on Thursday 5 March 2020. Find out more >
Rutherford College Community Education
• We are looking for a part-time evening tutor with a passion for teaching adults.
• Experience teaching at a beginners and Intermediate level is desirable.
• A teaching certificate or an adult teaching qualification is preferred.
• Police vetting and proof of the right to work in NZ required.
For further information and to submit an application, please contact Andrea Cameron >>
With an increasing awareness of diversity in our workforce, being inclusive has become the catch cry, but how do we make sure we’re inclusive of everyone?
To help organisations tap into the skills and experience of disabled people, the Ministry of Social Development with the State Services Commission is delivering an all-of-government programme, led by Anne Hawker, which aims to increase disabled people working in the public sector. Supporting this work is the Lead Toolkit, which is a practical resource for managers in the public sector and is also relevant for workplaces in the private sector, non-government organisations and wider. Check out the Toolkit >>