Current Vacancies

POSITION: Kaiārahi – Project Coordinator
HOURS OF WORK: 30 hours per week (job share negotiable)
TERM: Permanent
SALARY: $68,000 (pro rata)

Community Law Wellington and Hutt Vallery are looking for an outgoing people person to be our new Kaiārahi – Project Coordinator.

The  Kaiārahi is responsible for fostering and building connections between the unmets legal need in our community and the pro bono capacity in the legal profession.

The role is essential to maximising Community Law’s ability to meet the unmet legal needs of community groups, kaupapa Māori groups, charities and vulnerable individuals in our rohe. As part of this role, the Kaiārahi has responsibility for ensuring that Community Law is meeting unmet legal need in the most efficient and effective way possible.

The full job description can be found here.

Email your CV and cover letter to recruitment@wclc.org.nz
Applications close Tuesday 28th May at 5pm

 

POSITION: Kaiwhakahaere Kiripaepae – Receptionist
HOURS OF WORK: 16-20 Hours Per (Job Share)
TERM: Permanent
SALARY: $64,000 pro-rata

The Kiripaepae is crucial to the daily operations of CLWHV. It is vital that guests are greeted with manakitanga, and clients are appropriately triaged and assisted based on their individual needs. Rōia (lawyers) and kaiwhakamanawa (staff who run our legal advice sessions) rely on the data entry and filing mahi done by the Kaiwhakahaere Kiripaepae to uphold our responsibilities to the Law Society; and our Operations Kaihautū and General Managers rely on the Kaiwhakahaere Kiripaepae for administrative support. Many seemingly small tasks held by the Kaiwhakahaere Kiripaepae are important overall for a smooth, happy, and functional workplace.
This role is based in our Pōneke office with negotiable hours of 16-20 per week either Monday – Friday or Tuesday – Friday as part of a job share.

Read the full job description here.

To apply, please e-mail your cover letter and CV to recruitment@wclc.org.nz by 5pm on Monday June 3rd.

 

 

Please note: We aim to be a sex worker friendly workplace, we welcome CVs that contain industry experience where that is relevant for the role applied for. We are always interested in expressions of interest from speakers of te reo Māori to grow our education & advocacy services in te reo rangatira, especially those with a legal background or work experience in community organisations. Mehemea ko koe tēnā, nau mai īmera mai: Recruitment@wclc.org.nz