Volunteer Coordinator – Kairuruku Kaitūao
We are looking for a highly organised person with both a great eye for detail, and an ability to see the bigger picture to help keep the home fires burning at CLWHV. The Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for the recruitment, training and co-ordination of volunteers and for the administration and service delivery of the free legal help drop-in sessions. This role also provides some onsite support to the Te Awa Kairangi volunteer programme.
The position requires the Volunteer Coordinator to liaise and consult with CLWHV staff, volunteers and stakeholders.
Our ideal candidate:
- Comes with experience in community organisations, kaupapa Maori, or social services
- Understands and is committed to Te Tiriti o Waitangi
- Sensitivity to the cultures and languages of the many ethnic groups of Aotearoa
- Working knowledge of the issues facing many groups of people around Aotearoa
- Experience working within community groups, or closely alongside them
- Strong people and justice-focused values
- Excellent relationship-building skills.
If some or all of these apply to you, we would love to hear from you!
We provide a busy but flexible environment where you know your mahi is making a difference in the lives of our community. We have a wellbeing bonus; 5 weeks’ annual leave; generous cultural, parental, and sick leave provisions; and ongoing opportunities for professional development.
If this sounds like it could be the right next step for you, please send a CV and cover letter to Recruitment@wclc.org.nz by Sunday the 12th of December.
These are all current vacancies at Community Law Wellington & Hutt Valley.
However, 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