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We have job opportunities across Aotearoa
We are proud of the way we engage and develop young people across Aotearoa. Our success comes from the ability of our fantastic staff to create fun, safe, and inclusive programmes where every young person is inspired to be the best they can be.
Youthtown has been developing young people since 1932, so when you join our team you'll become part of a close-knit team dedicated to continuing this legacy. At Youthtown we offer a fantastic organisation culture, real development opportunities, and we are renowned for looking after our staff. Our values of Empowering Others, Connectedness, Diversity, Commitment to our Purpose & Young People inspire us, are central to all we do… so come and join us!
We employ over 250 people nationally in a diverse mix of roles. The Team Leaders, Programme Leads and Programme Team Members who bring our Youthtown programmes to life are backed up by top notch support teams.
Once you’re on board we want you to succeed, so we focus on your development to enable you to be the best you can be. We’re proud of the impact we make on young people and we’re excited to welcome you to the team!
Location: Cental Auckland
If you are passionate about developing children and young people, and experienced in youth progamming, then becoming a Programmes Team Leader at Youthtown could be the perfect choice for you!
Based in Central Auckland (Mount Eden), you will be responsible for designing and leading programmes for rangatahi across the Auckland region, as well as leading after-school and holiday programmes for tamariki, all the while ensuring that Youthtown remains a market leader in the provision of safe, superior-quality developmental programmes for children and young people.
As a Programme Lead you will lead the delivery of programmes for young, developing quality programmes for our rangatahi/young people. This role focuses on the delivery of a wide variety of programmes run out of our youth hub, in schools and the community, including outdoors/EOTC programmes, holiday programmes and after school programmes. This exciting role also supports the growth of new programmes and opportunities. This is a part-time role (20 hours per week), the ability to be flexible in your working hours is essential, as some weekend and evening work may be required.
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0800 004 566
PO Box 5899Victoria Street WestAuckland City 1142