Youth Educator (casual)
Are you looking to be part of an innovative organisation creating culture change in our community?
Do you want to promote the understanding of consent, healthy relationships and sexual violence in schools, workplaces and communities?
Do you enjoy working with diverse cultural groups and have a background in education, facilitation or group work?
Are you committed to better outcomes for Māori and Pasifika rangatahi?
Sexual Abuse Prevention Network is seeking an enthusiastic youth educator to join our team as a casual employee. The successful applicant would join our diverse team of educators who deliver a variety of programmes to a wide range of people including youth, professionals in a range of workplaces, community organisations and the hospitality industry.
This is an exciting phase in our development as we are experiencing an increasing demand for services in the Wellington, Porirua and Kāpiti regions. We are especially interested in receiving applications from people with skills or experience working with Māori and/or Pasifika youth.
This casual employee role requires the successful applicant to be available for work according to demand for programmes, therefore the number of hours per week varies greatly. We have numerous programmes booked in with schools across 2018. We cannot confirm a minimum number of hours and actual number of hours of work offered will vary according to scheduling demands. In return, we will be flexible according to your needs.
Sexual Abuse Prevention Network is a charitable trust that delivers education programmes, advocacy and advice to a wide range of groups and services. This includes healthy relationships and consent education for secondary schools and community groups and professional development, training and consultancy for a wide range of workplaces including the hospitality sector, government departments and businesses.
What we can offer you:
- Rewarding work with a great team of specialist educators
- Varied work with diverse groups throughout our communities
- Robust training in sexual violence awareness and facilitation
- Professional development opportunities
- Regular clinical or other appropriate supervision
- A supportive and friendly work environment
Please send your CV and cover letter to email@example.com by Thursday 25 January