Current Positions Available

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

Programme Coordinator – Career Navigator, Southern

You will be a crucial part of the Career Navigator programme, supporting high school students to navigate career and study opportunities, gain increased knowledge of the world of work and develop a purposeful pathway into their future. As you can imagine, this role will require you to wear many hats daily, so it will help if you enjoy a diverse and highly varied role.

It also offers a real feel-good factor as you will be supporting the students with their career and study options, as well as allowing local businesses to give back to their communities through being a mentor.

Applications close on Saturday 30th April. 

Please apply via the Seek application process and include your CV and cover letter in your application.

Programme Coordinator, Rotorua

We’re looking for someone with a passion for helping young people at a key stage of their development. You will be responsible for coordinating the delivery of the Kiwi Can and Stars Teina Programmes in Rotorua for over 1400 tamariki, requiring you to: 

  • Build and maintain strong relationships with internal and external contacts, particularly school staff.
  • Recruit, induct, train and manage Kiwi Can Leaders and Stars Teina Facilitators to ensure the programmes are delivered to a high standard.
  • Observe the quality and performance of the team and provide relevant feedback to both the team and the Foundation.
  • Respond to and resolve concerns or complaints efficiently and effectively
  • Regularly communicate and meet with your team
  • Step into a Kiwi Can Leader role when required

Applications close on Sunday 24th April at 5pm. 

Please apply via the Seek application process and include your CV and cover letter in your application.

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.

Click here to find out more. 

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.