Full-Time Safer Venues Project Co-Ordinator
Are you looking to be part of an organisation leading change in Aotearoa?
Do you want to empower the hospitality sector to make a positive difference?
Would you like to be a part of reducing and eliminating sexual harm within the Wellington CBD?
RespectEd Aotearoa is looking for a dynamic and adaptable Safer Venues Project Co-Ordinator to join our Community Mobilisation & Organisational Development team.
RespectEd Aotearoa is a charitable trust that works to support social and behavioural change to reach its vision of Aotearoa free from sexual harm. The Community Mobilisation & Organisational Development team develops and delivers training, consultancy and professional development for a wide range of organisations, community groups and workplaces across the public and private sector.
In this new role, the Safer Venues Project Co-Ordinator will be responsible for developing and implementing strategies to prevent sexual harm in licenced venues within the Wellington CBD.
This position reports to the Lead Consultant – Community Mobilisation & Organisational Development, is for 40 hours per week and the position is based in Wellington.
What we offer you:
- Rewarding work with a team of passionate people
- Varied work with diverse community groups and workplaces
- Professional development opportunities
- Regular professional supervision
- Experience in working successfully with a range of stakeholders in a collaborative way.
- Experience in working in a way that fosters safety, inclusion and respect – with recognition of societal structures and cultural norms that perpetuate harm and commitment to proactively addressing these.
- Experience within the hospitality or licenced venue sector is highly desirable.
- Project Management experience
- Experience in the successful development and implementation of new programmes.
- Analysis of sexual harm and/or family harm (gender-based violence)
- Knowledge of healthy relationships dynamics and intersectionality
- Strong gender analysis, understanding of experiences of LGBTQIA* people, knowledge of diversity and inclusion, and social cohesion matters
- Inclusive of Te Ao Maori philosophies and approaches, ability to work cross-culturally
- Ability to facilitate large and small group face-to-face or online settings
- Ability to maintain group energy throughout programme delivery
- Understanding of the impacts of individual behaviour on group dynamics and able to effectively manage group dynamics, including conflict
- Ability to present in a confident, credible and coherent manner with the use technology
- Ability to adapt presentation and language to meet the interest and learning level of the audience
- Creates a safe space and whanaungatanga to enable buy in from participants.
Closing date: 10 June 2022 5.00PM
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