Full-Time CO-DESIGN, YOUTH ENGAGEMENT & SOCIAL MEDIA COORDINATOR
Love working with young people and leading service design work with diverse stakeholders? Are you Social Media savvy and someone who is energized from making new connections in the community?
YouthLaw is looking for a passionate youth engagement specialist, who is familiar with co-design to help us grow our services in a way that best responds to young peoples legal needs.
You’ll be responsible for
Coordinating and overseeing our Youth engagement Co-design Project and Youth engagement more broadly
• Coordinating and overseeing our new casework co-design project
• Developing our Social Media /Online Presence
• Developing relationships with young people and be responsible for the pastoral care/supporting young people who are involved with the organisation
• Developing our relationships with youth sector stakeholders across New Zealand.
Our ideal candidate will:
• Have youth development experience
• Have experience working with children and young people
• Have experience in co-design and consultation
• Have experience in facilitating discussions with young people and adults
• Have experience in communications and social media
• Have experience leading and planning projects
• Have experience working with diverse groups
• Be familiar with, and committed to, YouthLaw’s Vision, Strategic Plan, The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and Te Tiriti o Waitangi
• Be willing to travel as the job demands, whether through a personal vehicle, or other means. Note: Mileage costs will be paid by YouthLaw as per our policies.
• Have the flexibility to work outside of ordinary office hours and on the weekend.
• Have the willingness to learn and develop new skills.
• Have knowledge of Te Reo (an advantage but not required)
• Have knowledge of Sign language (an advantage but not required).
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