Training Coordinator – Location Flexible

  • Inform, educate, inspire and support families
  • Interesting, challenging and highly rewarding work
  • 30 hours per week – permanent part-time
  • Flexible location, within Aotearoa

Do you want to make a difference? Looking for rewarding work? Have lived experience in the disability community and passionate about helping people?

Parent to Parent Incorporated is a registered charity with a long-standing reputation of providing niche support and information services to families who have children with disabilities or autism. Established in 1983, it operates nationwide with 14 regional branches throughout NZ. Our services include Altogether Autism and Care Matters.

We are looking for an enthusiastic Training Coordinator with exceptional people skills, who is empathetic, flexible and highly organised and who can relate to a wide variety of people.

The Training Coordinator is responsible for the successful delivery of Parent to Parent New Zealand's Parent and SibSupportNZ programmes; as well as developing new courses. This includes all aspects of planning and delivering our workshops, updating of course content, evaluations, and monthly reporting.

It is essential you have:

  • Genuine interest in working in the not-for-profit sector
  • Knowledge of and/or a commitment to the Enabling Good Life Principles
  • Skilled in coordinating and managing training programmes
  • Attention to detail
  • Highly developed organisation and time management skills
  • Microsoft Office skills
  • Amazing communicator – both listening and speaking is a must
  • Ability to work autonomously and manage your own time
  • Personable with great relationship-building skills
  • High level of integrity
  • Training facilitation skills essential
  • eLearning system experience is an advantage

If this sounds like you and you would like to make a difference apply now.

For more information, remuneration and/or a job description please email national@parent2parent.org.nz

 


Greater Canterbury Regional Coordinator

  •  Inform, educate, inspire and support families
  •  Interesting, challenging and highly rewarding work
  •  20 hours per week – permanent part-time
  •  Work from home

Do you want to make a difference? Looking for rewarding work? Have experience in the health and disability sector?

Parent to Parent NZ Incorporated is a registered charity with a long-standing reputation of providing support and information services to families caring for children with disabilities, neurodiverse children or children with health impairments. Established in 1983, Parent to Parent currently operates nationwide with 14 regional branches throughout NZ. Our services include Altogether Autism and Care Matters.

The purpose of this Regional Coordinator role is to provide information to families, to organise and host support groups, courses, family events and sibling activities, and to liaise with organisations across the disability sector to provide support and information to requesting families in the Parent to Parent Greater Canterbury area. 

We are looking for an enthusiastic coordinator with exceptional people skills; someone who can manage multiple priorities, who is empathetic and highly organised. Must be able to work autonomously and manage themselves. 

It is essential that you have:

  • Genuine interest in working in the not for profit sector –tell us your story
  • Knowledge of EGL Principles
  • Amazing communicator – both listening and speaking is a must
  • Proven networking skills
  • Ability to build and maintain strong relationships
  • Knowledge of your local community, especially the disability community
  • Ability to demonstrate leadership and encourage leadership from families
  • Ability to manage a CRM system and meet reporting deadlines
  • Attention to detail
  • Microsoft office skills
  •  A home office or the ability to work from home
  • Ability to travel within the region using your own car

If this sounds like you and you would like to make a difference in the lives of families in the Greater Canterbury region, apply now.

For more information, remuneration and/or a Job Description please contact national@parent2parent.org.nz

 


Hawkes Bay Regional Coordinator

  • Inform, educate, inspire and support families
  • Interesting, challenging and highly rewarding work
  • 15 hours per week – permanent part-time
  •  Work from home

Do you want to make a difference? Looking for rewarding work? Have experience in the health and disability sector?

Parent to Parent NZ Incorporated is a registered charity with a long-standing reputation of providing support and information services to families caring for children with disabilities, neurodiverse children or children with health impairments. Established in 1983, Parent to Parent currently operates nationwide with 14 regional branches throughout NZ. Our services include Altogether Autism and Care Matters.

The purpose of this Regional Coordinator role is to provide information to families, to organise and host support groups, courses, family events and sibling activities, and to liaise with organisations across the disability sector to provide support and information to requesting families in the Parent to Parent Hawkes Bay area. 

We are looking for an enthusiastic coordinator with exceptional people skills; someone who can manage multiple priorities, who is empathetic and highly organised. Must be able to work autonomously and manage themselves. 

It is essential that you have:

  • Genuine interest in working in the not for profit sector –tell us your story
  • Knowledge of EGL Principles
  • Amazing communicator – both listening and speaking is a must
  • Proven networking skills
  • Ability to build and maintain strong relationships
  • Knowledge of your local community, especially the disability community
  • Ability to demonstrate leadership and encourage leadership from families
  • Ability to manage a CRM system and meet reporting deadlines
  • Attention to detail
  • Microsoft office skills
  •    A home office or the ability to work from home
  • Ability to travel within the region using your own car

If this sounds like you and you would like to make a difference in the lives of families in the Hawkes Bay region, apply now.

For more information, remuneration and/or a Job Description please contact national@parent2parent.org.nz

 


West Auckland Regional Coordinator

Parent to Parent NZ Incorporated is a registered charity with a long-standing reputation of providing support and information services to families caring for children with disabilities, neurodiverse children or children with health impairments. Established in 1983, Parent to Parent currently operates nationwide with 14 regional branches throughout NZ. Our services include Altogether Autism and Care Matters.  

The purpose of this Regional Coordinator role is to provide information to families, to organise and host support groups, courses, family events and sibling activities, and to liaise with organisations across the disability sector to provide support and information to requesting families in the Parent to Parent Auckland area.    

We are looking for an enthusiastic coordinator with exceptional people skills; someone who can manage multiple priorities, who is empathetic and highly organised. Must be able to work autonomously and manage themselves.  

 It is essential that you have:  

  •  Genuine interest in working in the not for profit sector –tell us your story 
  • Knowledge of EGL Principles 
  • Amazing communicator – both listening and speaking is a must 
  • Proven networking skills 
  • Ability to build and maintain strong relationships 
  • Knowledge of your local community, especially the disability community 
  • Knowledge of the Maori and Pasifika community in Auckland 
  • Ability to demonstrate leadership and encourage leadership from families 
  • Ability to manage a CRM system and meet reporting deadlines 
  • Attention to detail 
  • Microsoft office skills 
  • A home office or the ability to work from home 
  • Ability to travel within the region using your own car 

Please contact us at national@parent2parent.org.nz for more information and to apply.