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11 Jan 2021

Part-Time Engagement Facilitator

ECPAT Child Alert Auckland

Job Description

Part Time Engagement Facilitator (20 hrs per week) – Help us stop the commercial sexual exploitation of children

ECPAT Child Alert is a small dynamic charitable organisation committed to working collaboratively to make real change for children at risk of, and experiencing, sexual exploitation in New Zealand. New funding opportunities mean that we are able to expand our staff team with this two year contract.

Reporting to the Director, the Engagement Facilitator will deliver CSEC training and development to frontline workers across the social sector, and work with the Director to develop a collaborative approach to end the sexual exploitation of children. There are current and future opportunities to step into a range of activities and strategies. In particular you will be leading the referral pathways mapping project of services available, advocating for strengthening of these services and building an active network of social workers who are seeking to end the commercial sexual exploitation of children and child trafficking in New Zealand.

We are seeking someone with:
Graduate level education in an area relevant to CSEC;
Facilitation skills and experience;
Great relationship and communication skills;
Knowledge and understanding of CSEC in NZ society;
Demonstrated cultural competency with a priority for Te Ao Māori;
A passion for reducing and stopping CSEC.

Flexible working hours are possible. Place of work to be a combination of in the Auckland office and from home.

Job Expired February 10, 2021

Job Category: Community Services. Job Type: Part-Time. Job Salary: 60,000 - 80,000.

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