Expired on: May 26, 2022

Do you love working as part of a small team? Are you an amazing individual with experience as an administrator? Do you want to work 4-5 hours per day, Monday to Friday? If so, this job may be for you!

Rotorua Community Youth Centre Trust (RCYCT) is looking for a vibrant, administrator for our Youth Health Service at Te Maioha o Parekarangi (Youth Justice Residence).

RCYCT is a not for profit organisation and a dedicated Youth One Stop Shop with the vision that all ‘Rotorua youth reach their full potential’.

The Administrator plays a key role in the Youth Health Service at Te Maioha o Parekarangi by ensuring all administration functions in the Youth Health Service run smoothly and administration tasks are completed efficiently and effectively.

The successful candidate will have strong customer service skills; excellent organisational and administrative skills; and excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills. Having a non-judgemental attitude and the ability to maintain confidentiality is a must! Previous experience in the health sector or as a medical receptionist would be an advantage.

Our work is underpinned by RCYCTs vision, mission, values, principles; and a youth development and team approach.

RCYCT is committed to the principles of Te Tiriti O Waitangi (the Treaty of Waitangi) and the overarching objectives of the New Zealand health and disability strategies.

We are living wage employer and have a great work environment!

Hours of work would be set by negotiation.

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you!

For further information, or to request a job description, please contact Jen Murray at  ceo@rotoruayouthcentre.org or 021 087 33567.

Applications for this position will close at 12pm on Thursday 26 May 2022; however, it will close earlier if a suitable applicant is found prior to this date.

Applicants must be fully vaccinated for Covid 19.

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Steve Holmes

Post bySteve Holmes

Kia ora! Steve Holmes here! I have been working with youth for about 25 years both as a youth worker and in youth development management. My job includes ensuring that all of our programmes achieve the best outcomes for our rangatahi. I love my job, and get great satisfaction in working in a team whose focus is to help young people realise their value and take steps towards reaching their amazing potential. Some of my proudest accomplishments have included privilege of representing New Zealand on an international level with the Ship for World Youth and setting up a small charitable organisation taking teams of kiwis on short term humanitarian trips to third world countries. When I was young, there were particular role models in my life who saw value in me and spent time and energy helping me to see that value. My superpower is helping others to see the value in themselves. There is nothing greater than when young people that you once worked with come back and talk about the small things that made a significant difference in their lives.