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Project Manager - Te Kāhui Creative Writing Programme

Job details

Organisation
Youth Arts New Zealand
Closes
22 Apr 2022
Region
National, Auckland
Work type
Contract, Fixed Term
Work classification
Community & Access Arts, Management & Admin

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The team at Youth Arts New Zealand (YANZ) is looking for a passionate and values-driven team member to join us as Project Manager of our Te Kāhui Creative Writing Programme!

Te Kāhui is a creative writing programme dedicated to providing equitable opportunities for young people to express themselves. The Project Manager will be working with our Te Kāhui team to build relationships with other communities, support our delivery of programmes, and oversee Te Kāhui's future growth. This special addition to the team will be joining us on a fixed term contract for 32 hours each week.

This role could be perfect for you if you have...

  • Experience managing teams or projects, or experience in relevant fields;

  • Experience working with rangatahi;

  • A commitment to cultural competency and the empowerment of Indigenous communities.

A full position description is available here.

Youth Arts New Zealand is an inclusive employer - we value and embrace diversity. Applications will be considered regardless of ethnicity, religion, sex, gender, sexuality, physical or mental ability, and we especially welcome applications from rangatahi/younger members of the community.

How to apply

Please click here to submit an application. Applicants will be shortlisted and interviewed on a rolling basis, so please submit your application as soon as possible to avoid missing out. Thanks so much for taking the time to consider joining the YANZ/Te Kāhui whānau, and we very much look forward to hearing from you!

If you have any questions, please get in touch with our CEO, Matthew Goldsworthy, at matthew@youtharts.co.nz.

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Youth Arts New Zealand

12 Apr 2022