Full time permanent role.
One day you are talking to young people locked up in youth justice about sexual consent or their rights with police, the next you are presenting to 150 tamariki at school assembly on dealing with cyberbullying. After that it’s a trip out of town to help a concerned group of parents and community workers learn how to be advocates for young people at a Board of Trustee meeting.
Wherever we can talk to children and young people and those who work with them about access to justice, YouthLaw Aotearoa will be there.
If you have a background in education and/or youth work, are passionate about human rights and a great communicator, this could be the job for you.
To apply, email your CV and covering letter to email@example.com by 9am Monday 30 July 2017.