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5 May 2022

Contract Pacific Digital Navigator

Digital Equity Coalition Aotearoa  Anywhere $40/hour

Job Description

DECA is looking for a Pacific Digital Navigator to support DECA’s Pacific Digital Equity village develop and deliver its strategic pillars.  

Our Pacific village has a great strategy, exciting plans in place and needs a strong communicator, organiser, connector, and relationship builder to drive momentum, take care of admin and bring to life the pillars of work the group is developing. 

The successful applicant will walk alongside DECA’s Pacific village to facilitate, coordinate, and drive internal priorities, and support DECA’s digital equity commitment to Pacific people in Aotearoa. 

The Pacific Digital Navigator will also have the opportunity to engage communities on DECA related priorities, and be a digital inclusion champion working alongside our partners.

This is a ‘By Pacific for Pacific’ space, developing an innovative model to champion digital inclusion for Pacific people. 

Who we’re looking for

A good team player and communicator but equally comfortable to take initiative and work independently. 

Detail oriented and systems-minded (with the ability to work collaboratively with stakeholders sector wide). 

Can be flexible with their time, happy to work remotely and with occasional expenses-paid travel to hui. 

Experience with Pacific and/or community-led project design (start-up phase is beneficial).

Bonus points for experience in event-organising. 

Comfortable working with the following tools in Google Workspace, excel, Slack and Mailchimp or willing to learn (nice to have!)

Qualifications and degrees are nice but we’re interested in your experience, attitude and having the right person for the team. 

Key responsibilities

Project development and event planning and organisation.

Support for the Pacific Stewards & working group. 

Administrative tasks 

Comms support – social media, website management and content work.

Relationship lead (Pacific)- first point of contact from enquiries and communication with the group.

Role reports to DECA Pacific Stewards and DECA Community Manager & Equity Advocate.

15 hours / week 

$40 / hour 

To start in June

Three month contract, possibility of ongoing mahi for the right person

About DECA

The Digital Equity Coalition Aotearoa (DECA) connects and supports the digital inclusion community in Aotearoa. Our mission is digital equity. We believe that every Kiwi should have clear, appropriate pathways to participate in digital life. 

COVID 19 lockdowns have highlighted the digital divide. DECA grew out of the understanding that the causes of digital inequity are greater than any one organisation can solve. DECA has a bias to action and a commitment to a community-led systems change approach to digital inclusion mahi. 

DECA shines a light on digital inclusion initiatives, identifies gaps, advocates, connects people and projects, offers space to collaborate and innovate. 

If you are committed to co-creating Te Tiriti futures focussed mahi, the DECA kaupapa resonates with you and the following phrases describe how you work, the Pacific team would love to hear from you.

Centring lived experience voices, healthy cross-sector collaboration, mana enhancing, systems change, community led. 

To apply, send CV and cover letter or short intro video through to:  [email protected]

Get in touch with any questions. 

Please check out the DECA website before hitting send!

www.digitalequity.nz

We look forward to hearing from you.

Job Category: Community Development. Job Type: Contract.

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