Full-Time Regional Coordinator – Pōneke (Wellington)
32 hours per week
OuterSpaces, Anvil House Level 3, 134 Wakefield St, Wellington
This role was formerly the OuterSpaces Coordinator, and through the merger of OuterSpaces and RainbowYOUTH, the role is now a Regional Coordinator position for Wellington, focused on peer support and oversight of the Tranzform and School’s Out groups.
This is an exciting opportunity to join the RainbowYOUTH whānau as a staff member, and work alongside queer, gender diverse, takatāpui and intersex young people in the Wellington City region. We’re looking for someone who loves working with people, is good at building relationships, and wants to learn and grow with us! We will provide full training for this role, and our National Support Manager will work closely with you as you are learning the ropes.
As the Regional Coordinator you’ll provide on the ground support and growth of peer based youth groups, connection to services in the area, and building referral processes. Essentially, you will be the face of RainbowYOUTH in the Wellington region.
In this role you’ll be building relationships with youth services across the Bay of Plenty, connecting rainbow young people into services they need, providing information and resources about gender and sexuality, and helping coordinate the youth led peer support groups across the region.
One of RainbowYOUTH’s core values is to proactively and respectfully honour Te Tiriti o Waitangi. We will welcome new staff members on this journey with us, and encourage you to discuss your commitment to this value in your application.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected]
Applications close Midnight Thursday 13 May
How to Apply
To apply for this job, or for more information please click here https://ry.org.nz/work-with-us
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