Our current vacancies are listed here. Last updated: 18 February 2020.
32-40 hours per week
$72,000 p.a. pro rata
30 weeks to win on cannabis.
The countdown is on. Join us in a wild ride over the next 30 weeks as we urge New Zealand to vote “YES!” in the cannabis referendum.
We are growing our campaign team to ensure we win this important vote. This role will be focused on firing up our base and running our ground game, both online and IRL.
We have a solid support base who we need to activate: to enrol, to get out and have courageous conversations with friends, whānau and their communities about why we need to win the cannabis referendum. Crucially, we need them to vote Yes.
You will be an experienced and innovative community organiser, joining a team of other skilled activists, advocates and campaigners committed to doing something special – being the first country to the world to win cannabis legalisation through a popular vote.
We need you to start immediately. This is a fixed-term role which ends on 30 September 2020.
Your role will include:
Your core skills and experience could include:
Able to work on weekends from time to time, and some travel maybe required.
Send your application, including a cover letter and CV, to email@example.com. Closes Friday 13 March.
Ko te pae tāwhiti whaia kia tata Ko te pae tata whakamaua kia tina
"Māori health workforce development is a key enabler to improved Māori health outcomes"
Here is your opportunity to work with two leading alcohol and drug organisations on a new programme to effect real change in reducing drug harm at a community level.
Te Rau Ora in partnership with the NZ Drug Foundation has developed a new programme that will increase early alcohol and other drug interventions available for Māori whānau throughout Aotearoa.
We are building a completely new team of people, combining their broad range of skills, so that together we can:
This is an exciting opportunity to influence health outcomes through innovative, community-led solutions.
We are recruiting five people to deliver this programme and to provide support for the broader work of Te Rau Ora and the Drug Foundation. Come and join this new team:
If you are interested in any of the above vacant positions please contact Mary Vosarogo at Te Rau Ora and ask for a position description. Your application will consist of a cover letter and current CV. This vacancy will close on Friday 13 March 2020 @ 4:00 pm.
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