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Smoking Cessation Project Manager/ Promoter

• Combined role focusing on Pacific community
• Broad scope - develop, lead & deliver!
• NZ’s largest & leading Public Health Service
• Greenlane location - enjoy Auckland’s great lifestyle!
The Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS) is New Zealand's largest fully integrated public health unit delivering key health services on behalf of the three District Health Boards in the Auckland Region. ARPHS delivers innovative promotion, protection and screening programmes designed to improve the health and wellbeing of the populations of the Auckland Region.

The Smoking Cessation Project Manager/Promoter (Quit Coach) is a joint role combining project management for the Pacific Quit Smoking Service and a frontline role providing evidenced based smoking cessation services to Pacific people within the Auckland and Waitemata DHB areas.

This position is tasked with overall project oversight and coordination, planning, and reporting to ensure delivery of milestones and outcomes. You will need to have excellent communication and collaboration skills as you will be providing advice, support, service, leadership and guidance to a range of people/stakeholders internally and externally. Ensuring effective personal frontline operational delivery in order to achieve key objectives will be paramount.

Ideal candidates for this position will have significant proven project coordination/management experience, an understanding of the issues relating to Smokefree health and a track record of success in working within Pacific communities delivering health programmes (preferably smoking related). Excellent communication and presentation skills will be mandatory. For a position description please access this link:

Position Description:  http://www.aucklandhealthjobs.com/resources/pdf/ADHB/2014-10-23-Smoking%20Cessation%20Project%20Manager_Promoter%20PD%20Oct%202014.pdf  
To submit your online application, including current CV and optional cover letter please click the Apply button on this page or visit www.adhb.careers.govt.nz reference position 072831.  For additional information please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Applications closing date is Tuesday 11 November 2014.   http://www.seek.co.nz/job/27519933

Arts Administrator and Gallery Shop Coordinator
Corban Estate Arts Centre is a busy multi-arts facility in West Auckland. This role works as part of a team and takes specific responsibility for administering all courses and workshops together with coordination of the Gallery Shop retail business.

32 hours per week (4 weekdays)
Salary range: $31,000 - $35,000
Position starts: 16 February 2015

Click here for a full Position Description.

For further information:
t: (09)838 4455
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Applicants must demonstrate how their skills, experience and competencies match the requirements outlined in the Position Description, in their covering letter. Applicants must have NZ residency.

Apply to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Applications close Mon 17 November 2014.

Position Available - Environmental Lawyer
We are seeking an in-house environmental solicitor based in our Northcote Point, Auckland office. The role offers great hands-on experience and the opportunity to work on ground-breaking environmental law cases.
Your responsibilities will include:
• Case management of EDS’s public interest litigation programme
• Undertaking legal and policy-related research
• Appearances at council and court hearings
• Presentations at community workshops and conferences
• Generally supporting EDS’s work programme.
Candidates should be admitted to the High Court and have some litigation experience although recent graduates with high grades will also be considered. An additional qualification relevant to resource management would be an advantage. We are looking for someone with a very sharp intellect, effective presentation skills, high self-motivation and the ability to work effectively in a small team.
The contract will be initially for a 12 month period preferably commencing in December 2014 with extensions subject to funding availability.
Please apply by sending your curriculum vitae and academic transcript to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it before 5pm on Friday 7 November 2014.

Nomination for Board Members Now Open – ChangeMakers Refugee Forum

Wellington, NZ - ChangeMakers Refugee Forum (CRF) today announced it has opened nominations for two members to join the Board.

CRF’s objective is to create opportunities for people from refugee backgrounds to lead fulfilling lives and contribute to every area of New Zealand society. It is an organisation that undertakes advocacy work using the strengths-based approach, and human rights as the basis for policy development and implementation.  CRF is an organisation embedded within the community and this is reflected through the Board membership as well as the staff within the organisation.

“We are looking for people to join us who can offer strategic direction and vision within the wider Board to lead CRF into becoming a well resourced organisation,” said Yusuf Khalil, Chair of CRF Board.

Once all the nominations are received the nominees will be advised further on the voting process. Nominations close on the 14th of November at 9.00am. Please find attached the nomination form. For any further queries please contact: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

For more information about CRF please visit: www.crf.org.nz

We are on the look out for a couple of people to jump on our Committee for Share the Love Waitakere!

Our Committee meets once a fortnight (sometimes weekly) on a Friday to discuss plans etc.

The following roles are available:
*Grants Co-Ordinator

We are open to anyone that would like to apply but we will be looking for people that are pro-active and have previous experience in the role. You will also need to be confident that you can commit long term (we know these things can change along the way).  Please contact Amanda at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for further details.  Check out www.sharethelove.org,nz or www.facebook.com/sharethelovewaitakere to check out what we do!

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