We are currently experiencing growth 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.

Marketing and Communications Coordinator

Further develop your marketing skills while having a direct positive impact on the future of New Zealand’s youth.

  • Broad national role with strong social purpose
  • Albany based
  • Flexible work options

The Graeme Dingle Foundation sets children and young people up with a strong platform for adult life and a career through building resilience, confidence and essential life skills. We achieve this through our proven school-based programmes Kiwi Can, Stars, Career Navigator and Project K which are aimed at children and teenagers, aged 5-18 years.

Find out more here

Far North Programme Coordinator – Graeme Dingle Foundation Nga Ara Whetu programme

The Graeme Dingle Foundation is looking for high energy, positive candidates with a passion for helping rangatahi realise their full potential to run the Graeme Dingle Foundation Nga Ara Whetu programme in the Far North.

This is a role for people with a passion for helping young people at a key stage of their development. Although an understanding of how the education, employment and/or the community sector works will be an advantage, more critical to your success will be the following:

  • The ability to communicate with young people without being judgmental, so that they can look up to you as a role model and trust you
  • The ability to deal with unexpected situations calmly and fairly
  • Enthusiasm, energy and a genuine desire to do the right thing
  • The ability to inspire and maintain positive relationships with a range of stakeholders in the programme; rangatahi, career mentors, school staff, community organizations.
  • Strong organizational skills and the ability to ensure others are organized as well.
  • A keen eye for diversity and cultural differences, and the compassion and curiosity to embrace them

Find out more about the role here.