- Community Champion – Alcohol Harm Reduction
We are looking for a new kaimahi to run our Alcohol Harm Reduction project, helping communities navigate the legal-regulatory system to oppose new liquor licenses in their area. It also involves community training and education, and relationship-building across the Wellington & Hutt Valley region. It is fixed-term until August 2022 and part-time at 12 hours per week.
This mahi part of a kaupapa funded by the Health Promotion Agency and run out of 6 community law centres nationwide, including us. You will report internally to our Services Kaihautu and also work as part of the network across CLCs, with guidance from the national coordinator of the project.
This position would be perfect for someone with experience building relationships, experience working in community orgs, or a background knowledge about public health and social harms (especially alcohol). However, the only essential attribute is that you are passionate about working to support local community organising.
In turn we provide a busy but flexible work environment with talented, passionate colleagues, 5 weeks’ annual leave, and plenty of opportunities for ongoing professional development.
You can see a full job description here: Job Description – Alcohol Harm Reduction Project
Applications close Friday, 18 June at 5.30pm. Interested applicants should email Ella@wclc.org.nz with a CV and cover letter. We would love to hear from you!
There are no other 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: Ella@wclc.org.nz