Education for Sustainability Programmer
This is a new role in our organisation, designed to support our growing formal education partnerships and programmes. We look to inspire and empower people to share in nature’s revival by delivering education for sustainability programmes in collaboration with mana whenua, schools, communities and community organisations, Auckland Council, youth, government and business to improve sustainability and conservation outcomes in our communities. A core component in our approach grows from connecting with our local place and groups to enable the continued learning experience beyond Kaipātiki Project.
Working closely with the Education Steering Group within Kaipātiki Project, this role will focus on the delivery of a workplan that has a clear set of deliverables to guide priorities and further resourcing.
This is a fixed term position of up to 120 hours, with some flexibility expected. Family-friendly with the opportunity to work from home as appropriate. Completion prior to 30 May 2021. A copy of the job description can be found here.
Applications close Wed, 24 February. All those shortlisted will be asked to complete an application form before interview. Applicants must be available to interview on Tues, 2 March; please include referees.