Current Positions Available

We are currently experiencing growth here at the Graeme Dingle Foundation and have positions available. 

Grants Coordinator – Graeme Dingle Foundation National Support Office

Graeme Dingle Foundation is seeking a Grants Coordinator with a flair for writing, good organisational skills, and an eye for detail to join an established grants team based at the Foundation’s National Support Office in Albany. The role is part-time (32 hours per week) within a flexible working environment.

The successful applicant will need strong verbal and written skills, be proficient in Word/Excel/PowerPoint and ideally have grant writing experience.

Applications close on Friday 14th April.

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Kiwi Can Leader – Graeme Dingle Foundation Marlborough

Graeme Dingle Foundation Marlborough is seeking a Kiwi Can Leader. Working in teams of two (but as part of a close-knit broader team), you will work together to plan, prepare and deliver high-quality lessons for school-aged tamariki 5-12 years old.

Being looked up to as a big brother or sister for students, you will role model the Kiwi Can values of integrity and respect, and help build resilience in our tamariki.

Applications close on Friday 24th March.

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MYND & Kiwi Tahi Youth Worker, Auckland

We’re looking for Youth Workers who are looking to step up to the next level in their youth work journey. Those who are passionate, responsible, reliable with plenty of energy to make a difference. Candidates must be able to demonstrate a passion and desire to work with predominantly Maori and Pasifika young people and have an ability to ‘connect’ and ‘motivate’ the disengaged.

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Become a Project K Mentor

Project K is a 14-month programme for Year 10 students that has three core components; Wilderness Adventure, Community Challenge and Mentoring. As a mentor, your role will be to build a trusting partnership with a Project K student and to help them to set and achieve their goals, contact our Project K Recruitment here

Become a Project K Community Mentor

We are currently looking for mentors to take part in making a difference to rangatahi’s lives throughout Auckland, Western Bay of Plenty & Canterbury.

Project K Community Scholarship is a 7 month programme designed for youth that are referred by their community. It involves three parts; wilderness adventure, community challenge and an individual mentoring partnership with a trained mentor (hopefully you!).

Read our flyer to find out more.