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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.

Interior Design tutor

Our interior design tutor has contacted us today and she is unable to teach her next course which is full with 12 students and advertised to start next week.
It is a 5 week course, every Tuesday night from 7-9pm. The start date is 28 October, however, if required we could possibility delay the start 1 week.  The venue is Rutherford College, Kotuku Street Te Atatu Peninsula

The course is advertised as:
This relaxed, fun course will give you the inspiration to develop your ideas while learning the ground rules necessary to successful interior decorating. You will gain a broad knowledge of colour, materials, styles, space, furnishings and lighting. Develop your ideas and then renovate and redecorate with freshness and confidence.

If you know anyone that may be experienced in this field and interested in extra money for Christmas please ask them to contact me.

Andrea Cameron
Rutherford College Community Education
Kotuku Street, Te Atatu Peninsula, Auckland
Ph 834 4099 Fax 834 4011
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Vacancy: Maori Conflict Resolution Programme Co-ordinator and Trainer

The Peace Foundation manages a range of peace education programmes teaching children, young people and their families peaceful conflict resolution, peer mediation and effective communication skills.

We are seeking an experienced Coordinator and Trainer to join our team to cover a 4 month fixed term contract. This is a teaching role to deliver our Kia Tau te Rangimarie (Maori Conflict Resolution Programme) which emphasises on working with young Maori and their families. The Programme is delivered to Kura Kaupapa Maori, Bi-lingual Units and mainstream schools with a high percentage of Maori students. Although the work is primarily with schools based in Auckland and Northland, there is an expectation to travel domestically from time to time.
To be successful in this role, you will:
• Hold a Teaching qualification [and registration].
• Hold conflict resolution qualifications preferred.
• Have proven success working with young people, particularly Maori.
• Be proficient in Te Reo Maori me ona tikanga Maori.
• Have proven organization, presentation and communication skills.
• Be computer literate.
• Be able to provide cultural advice to The Peace Foundation staff.
• Previous marketing and promotions experience would be advantageous.
• Be able to illustrate you are a team player and can work independently.
• Engage with whanau and schools to develop and maintain strong relationships.
This is an Auckland based part time position, working 20 hours per week from Monday 8th December, 2014.
Applications close on Friday, 31 October at 4.00 pm
For more information and to apply contact Christina Barruel, Head of Peace Education at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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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