Healthy Active Learning Regional Manager
Healthy Active Learning is a collaborative joint agency wellbeing initiative between Sport New Zealand and the Ministries of Health and Education. Healthy Active Learning supports schools and kura across Aotearoa to improve the wellbeing of tamariki and rangatahi through healthy eating and drinking, and quality physical activity.
Sport Wellington seeks to employ a Regional Manager to be responsible for leading and managing the effective scoping, design and implementation of phase one of the Healthy Active Learning initiative across the Wellington region.
This includes recruiting, leading and managing a high performing team of Advisors and Activators, as well as overseeing the systems, structures and processes required to ensure the operational efficiency and effectiveness of the Healthy Active Learning team.
The role is also responsible for managing and satisfying stakeholder (government agencies, regional sport, health and recreation bodies, schools and kura, and invested partners of Sport Wellington) expectations and requirements, whilst ensuring the philosophies and principles underpinning the Healthy Active Learning initiative are upheld and continue to inform how the team operates in schools, kura and their wider communities.
Developing and maintaining strong meaningful relationships with school and kura principals and senior leaders is a critical component of this role. As is working collaboratively with the other Business Units in Sport Wellington that have a focus on working with young people.
Applications close on Thursday 5 September. Call 043802070 or email email@example.com for more information.
Sport NZ- Disability Consultant
Sport NZ has a new and unique opportunity for a passionate individual who is committed to empowering people with disabilities through play, active recreation and sport.
This is a great prospect for a talented individual, particularly someone who has lived experience of disability, to champion improved outcomes for disabled people through play, active recreation and sport. This exciting role will lead the implementation of Sport NZ'S Disability Action Plan, facilitate and share best practice, data and insights and be an advocate for an inclusive system.
The successful candidate will be a Diversity and Inclusion champion with a comprehensive understanding of current issues and approaches to support the disabled community within the play, active recreation and sport sector. They will have the ability to build and manage valuable relationships with our internal Sport NZ team, external providers and relevant government agencies. Further success in this role will be a comprehensive understanding of sport and active recreation's wider value to society, general system challenges and opportunities.
Applications close on Sunday, 8 September 2019. Please apply through the Sport NZ careers website.
Wellington East Girls College- Volunteer Rowing Coach
We are seeking a part time, volunteer coach to work alongside of our long term Head Coach.
Although we are a school rowing squad, we train and compete as part of Wellingtons Largest Rowing Club, Star Boating Club. Star support seven schools to row and has over 250 paying members.
Rowing is growing in popularity and as a result our squad doubled in size last season. Although our school is relatively new to rowing, we have enjoyed some great success including medals at Club champs and Secondary School competition level. Going into the next season, we are expecting a total squad of up to 30 girls. We are about to commence our learn to row programme which will see us introducing 12 new rowers to the squad this season.
We’ve been spoiled with four coaches supporting our squad last year. Three of these wonderful coaches are moving on – one is going overseas, one finishes University in October and the last coach is going to row in the Masters crew this year. Our Head Coach has been with the squad for seven years and with the club for over 10 years. He knows his stuff, is passionate about rowing and has two girls in the squad. You will be given independence and support if you want it.
The ideal coach will be available to attend training camps and regattas at Wanganui, Karapiro and the Wairarapa. Expenses related to camps and regattas are all covered by our squad – we take care of transport, accommodation and food – you can expect to be spoiled by our parent group and treated like family.
So, if you are living in Wellington, have an interest in rowing and would like to coach instead of competing in the sport, we’d love to chat to you. Perhaps you’re studying in Wellington and want to be part of a club to meet new people or you’re working in Wellington and want to be part of the Rowing community to give back. We can make any time that you can give work for us, so please make contact to have a no obligation chat.
Coaching is great for your CV with opportunity to gain formal qualifications and great references.
Call or email Anita Murdoch at 027 222 8784 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer Service Abroad- 12 Month Sports Development Advisor, Kiribati
Play a key role in education and raising awareness of the long-term health benefits of active participation in sport in this 12-month Sports Development assignment in Tarawa, Kiribati. Apply online here or email email@example.com for further info.
VSA volunteers receive a living allowance, accommodation and insurance. Medical costs and travel arrangements are all organised and funded by VSA.
WAFL- Various Positions
Wellington Australian Rules Football is looking to fill several vacancies in the Wellington Women's AFL Team, the North City Demons FC, and the Hutt Valley Eagles FC.