Empower are looking for a treasurer to join us as we continue to grow!
A fully-youth led organisation working on access to education for refugee youth. It's a pretty low commitment role and you would be part of a super fun tight-knit team!
If you're keen please email
Join our team!
We are looking for two people to join our Social Change Collective (SCC) Committee!
The Event Manager will be responsible for organising one event each year on a social or environmental issue of their choice. This usually involves around two months of preparation followed by one month of follow-through on the monitoring of actions. The Event Manager will have a buddy to assist.
The Community Co-ordinator will join the other two Trustees and will be responsible for ensuring the Collective is meeting the needs of the Wellington community and connecting with like-minded organisations. The Co-ordinator will also have responsibility for managing relationships with the three-member Advisory Board.
See the listing on dogoodjobs here.
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The Social Change Collective has grown rapidly over the past two years and now we’ve reached the point that we need a regular pair of hands to help the Collective evolve and keep inspiring social change.
We're looking for someone next year who is interested in managing our communications and connections within the Wellington community to ensure the smooth running of our events and the actions that follow.
If you are interested, check out our job description:
Applications close on Saturday 30 November 2019
Paid Role Opportunity:
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Suicide Prevention & Postvention Governance Group
As a youth member of the governance board, you will attend quarterly board meetings, provide a youth perspective for suicide prevention and postvention plans and may have the opportunity to contribute to working group projects. The meetings will run for 90 minutes and you will be provided with a board pack to read beforehand. The first meeting is on 2 April 2019.
If you are interested in gaining governance experience with an incredible group of representatives from community, council and government departments, please send a short CV and one page cover letter that highlights why you are interested in the position, what you will bring to the board and any relevant experience you have working with youth to email@example.com.
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications close on Tuesday, 12 March 2019.