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Te Kāhui Creative Writing Facilitator

Job details

Organisation
Youth Arts New Zealand
Closes
12 Mar 2021
Region
Online, Auckland
Work type
Contract
Work classification
Community & Access Arts, Literature & Publishing

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Te Kāhui is a creative writing programme dedicated to offering equitable opportunities for self-expression to young inmates in corrections. We deliver face-to-face and remote creative writing programmes, each focusing on empowering participants' stories and voices. We are looking for a facilitator and feedback writer to help champion our mahi for approximately 4 hours per week. This will involve...

  • Providing written feedback to young inmates who ask for thoughts on their work;
  • Copywriting for young inmates who ask for designed, typed-out copies of their work;
  • Attending weekly meetings and helping inform the future of our mahi;
  • Potentially facilitating face-to-face programmes for young inmates.

We're looking for someone who...

  • Is preferably aged 24 or under;
  • Is based in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland;
  • Is willing to make a dedication to cultural competency throughout their work;
  • Is proficient in creative writing and copywriting;
  • Can exercise leadership, work independently in a timely manner, and communicate well with other team members;
  • Proficiency in Te Reo and Te Ao Māori would prove incredibly valuable to this role, but is not a condition for applying;
  • Experience working with Canva is also valuable, but not a necessity.
How to apply

Please apply with your CV and cover letter (or just a brief blurb about you and why you think you would be a good fit for the role) to zak@youtharts.co.nz.

Interviews will be held as applications are received, so don't delay in responding. The role is currently vacant so the successful applicant could start immediately.

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Youth Arts New Zealand

1 Mar 2021