We are currently experiencing growth in the Auckland region and have positions available:   

Become a Project K Mentor

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.

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Operations Co-ordinator

We’re looking for an organised and proactive operations coordinator, with sharp analytical skills and an eye for detail, to work alongside our Operations Manager, within our vibrant team in Albany. 

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On contract with us for 12 months, you will be able to build strong relationships and demonstrate personal effectiveness in terms of work attitude, style and approach.

About us: The Graeme Dingle Foundation believes that every society owes every child the conditions to thrive, belong and contribute meaningfully. Our contribution to NZ society is to help Kiwi children and young people develop mental fitness and resilience through self-belief, so that ultimately all of our young people believe that ‘what they have inside is greater than any obstacle’. An established charity since 1995, we work with 28,000 young people in over 40 communities through our programmes; Kiwi Can, Stars, Career Navigator, Project K, MYND and Kiwi Tahi. 

The successful candidate: You will be engaging and friendly with a great sense of humour; a true team player; reliable, loyal and trustworthy; a great communicator and advocate for the organisation; a people person who takes pride in exceeding expectations.

Our ideal candidate will have:

  • Attention to detail with strong presentation skills
  • Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain effective relationships
  • Excellent verbal and written communication and active listening skills
  • A positive and practical approach to problem solving
  • The ability to organise work, manage pressure and meet deadlines
  • Competence with Microsoft Office Suite

The Graeme Dingle Foundation National office is based in Auckland, on the North Shore. This is a unique opportunity to work in a non-for profit environment, supporting New Zealand’s youth. The ability to work in New Zealand through citizenship, residency or a work visa, is a must - anyone without these credentials will not be considered.

Applications close:  Wednesday 24 April. To apply please email your covering letter and CV to deb.brown@dinglefoundation.org.nz