HEALTHY ACTIVE LEARNING ADVISOR
Want to make a positive difference to the tamariki in primary and intermediate schools across Auckland’s central suburbs?
Sport Auckland in partnership with Aktive are looking to recruit three Healthy Active Learning Advisors who will work directly with selected primary and intermediate schools across the Central Auckland region. This role is critical to Healthy Active Learning, a joint initiative between Sport New Zealand and the Ministries of Health and Education to improve child and youth wellbeing through healthy eating, drinking and quality physical activity.
Within the Auckland Approach to Community Sport, Korikori has been established to build a system across Auckland that allows young people 5-18 years (tamariki and rangatahi) in priority socio-economic and community of activity areas to have quality physical activity experiences in regard to play, physical education, active recreation and sport within primary, intermediate and secondary school and kura settings.
As part of Korikori, the Healthy Active Learning initiative helps to create healthy and active school environments by improving the wellbeing of children and young people through healthy eating and drinking, and quality physical activity. Healthy Active Learning Advisors will work with Boards of Trustees, principals, senior leaders and teachers of primary and intermediate schools to provide advice and customised support. This will enable schools to strategise, plan and develop systems that contribute to the development of an active and healthy school culture.
As a Healthy Active Learning Advisor, you will have the following attributes and skills:
This role will involve working at various locations within Central/East Auckland areas and require the ability to be flexible with work hours. A company vehicle is included in the package.
If you are an innovative, motivating change agent with education sector experience, and keen to join a fun, hard-working team committed to making a positive difference for tamariki, then we’d like to hear from you.
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Please submit your CV and covering letter by Applying on SEEK's website.
Queries can be made via email to Scott Tibbutt (Sport Auckland General Manager) at email@example.com and Kathryn Jones (Aktive, Primary and Intermediate Schools Manager) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing date for applications, Sunday 4th December 2022.
(We will progress suitable applicants prior to this closing date).
Healthy Active Learning is a joint wellbeing initiative with Sport New Zealand therefore please note that candidate information will be shared with Sport New Zealand. Please let us know if you do not agree to this information being shared.
PURC GENERAL mANAGER
With the retirement of our current General Manager, applications for the role of General Manager are now open .
PURC are looking to build on our position as one of the premier NZ community based sporting clubs with the appointment of a new General Manager early 2023. The role offers a sporting administrative professional all the management components; multiple sporting codes, facilities management, hospitality and an established high performing administrative team that is supported by a professional board of management.
With the creation of the Howick & Pakuranga Community Sports Centre as the central theme, we are poised to implement some aggressive capital and operational plans that will elevate the organisation to a premium position of sports delivery across multiple codes with one of the best community facilities in the country.
If you are interested in this role or know someone who fits bill, in the first instance have them send their CV to our Chairman at email@example.com
The job description for this role can be downloaded by clicking here
REGIONAL SPORTS DIRECTOR
Sport Tasman is the Regional Sports Trust for the Top of the South region. The aim of the Trust is to improve community well-being through active recreation and sport.
An opportunity exists to join the Trust in a full time, permanent position as Secondary Schools Regional Sports Director (RSD).
The main aim of the role is to increase to level of participation of secondary school students in sport and active recreation. It is also to provide support to school sport staff for them to enable this. The RSD will need to influence key stakeholders to change and enhance sport and active recreation opportunities for secondary school students across the region.
Relevant qualifications and/or suitable level of experience in event management is essential with experience in the sport and recreation industry preferred. A solid understanding of the management of secondary school sport would be an advantage.
Applications must include a completed application form and curriculum vitae and are to be received by 5.00pm Monday, 28 November 2022.
Send applications to:
P O Box 3197
Or email to firstname.lastname@example.org