Current Vacancies

We currently have two positions vacant at Community Law Wellington & Hutt Valley:


  1. Accounts Administrator

We are looking to grow our Operations team an with an experienced Ringakaute (Accounts Administrator). The Ringakaute will work closely with the Kaihautū (Operations Lead) to administer all daily incomings and outgoings, strengthen our existing financial policies and processes, and complete our bimonthly reporting to our Trust Board.

The role is part-time and permanent at 15 hours per week. There is scope to do some of this mahi from home, and the hours are flexible and whānau-friendly.

Our successful candidate will have:

  • –        Great accounts administration expertise
  • –        Proficiency in Xero (or a similar platform)
  • –        High attention to detail
  • –        Strong communication skills
  • –        A people-focused values system
  • –        A commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

You can see a full job description here: Job Description – Ringakaute (Accounts Admin)

Mehemea ko koe pea tēnei, apply with a CV and cover letter to by Sunday, 9th May 2021 at midnight. We would love to hear from you!


2. Assistant to the Volunteer Coordinators

Our Volunteer Coordination team is looking for a new assistant to help them on a fixed-term basis, until end of December 2021. This is part of an arrangement for parental leave cover. This involves 9 flexible hours per week at $22.10, however this will go up to the new Living Wage of $22.75 from 1 June.

We are looking for someone with great core values, and good admin and teamwork skills. Legal experience, community group experience, or experience with te reo Maori or tikanga Maori will be beneficial to applicants but not essential. You can see a full job description here:

We are accepting applications until end of next week. Interested applicants should send a CV and cover letter to by Sunday, 9th May at midnight. We would love to hear from anyone who is interested!!


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 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: