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Take a look at some of the positions available throughout the country.
For specific enquiries about any of our vacancies you can contact us during normal business hours or email your query to info@girlguidingnz.org.nz

  • Do you have a background in education or working with young people?
  • Do you want to make a difference in the lives of girls & young women?
  • Do you have a sense of fun and adventure?

GirlGuiding NZ is all about enabling girls and young women to develop into confident, adventurous and empowered leaders in their communities.

We are seeking someone who has the skill and passion to really influence how girls in local communities can be themselves while having fun and gaining life experiences through exciting GirlGuiding programmes.

Working closely with a Digital Programme Developer, you will play a key role in ensuring a quality programme is offered online, ensuring options are available for today’s girls and contributing to growth and retention.  To cater for today’s girls as go-getters, innovators and risk takers, you will also contribute to the development of programme material for various events and activities which could include Outdoors, STEM activities and one-off events.

You will be comfortable working with programme users and volunteers involved in programme delivery, providing advice and support where needed. The successful applicant will also need an understanding of Learning Management Systems and how they enhance learning.  

Previous experience in the development of activity and programme material and resources, including for online learning would be desirable.

If this sounds like you then you could be just the person we need!

This position is full time and based at our National office in Christchurch. Ideally the successful applicant will have an understanding of volunteer based organisations.

If you want to be part of our exciting future, please provide a covering letter with your CV to office@chapmaner.co.nz

Download the job description.

Applications close Tuesday 23 October

  • Are you proficient in Learning Management Systems?
  • Do you want to make a difference in the lives of girls & young women?
  • Do you have a sense of fun?

GirlGuiding NZ enables girls and young women to develop into confident, adventurous and empowered leaders in their communities.

We are seeking someone who would love the opportunity to really influence how girls in local communities can be themselves and reach their full potential.

Your key function as Digital Programme Developer will be to convert current hard copy programme material into a dynamic and interactive on-line programme which excites and inspires girls to be part of our community who participate in Guiding on-line. 

You will be both knowledgeable and comfortable working in the online learner space and have the ability to develop and enhance what is needed in this space to keep girls of different ages and stages engaged.

You will ideally have a background in an education setting and a minimum of 2 years experience with Learning Management System (LMS) platforms. Experience with designing, building and troubleshooting LMS platforms is also a requirement of this newly created role.

If this sounds like you then write and convince us to take a look at what you can do!

This position is full time and based at our National office in Christchurch. Ideally the successful applicant will have an understanding of volunteer based organisations.

If you want to be part of our exciting future, please provide a covering letter with your CV to office@chapmaner.co.nz

Download the job description.

Applications close Tuesday 23 October.

Our volunteers specialise in empowering girls and young women to take action to change their world. Be part of a team making a real difference in your community and enjoy the exciting opportunities that’ll come your way!

As a Local Co-ordinator you will:

  • Work with a team of volunteers to ensure they deliver an engaging, relevant and fun programme for girls and young women.
  • Maintain a girl-led focus to ensure girls have a voice.
  • Build collaborative and supportive relationships with your team and the wider Guiding community.
  • Work with volunteers and staff team to ensure a quality programme is delivered.
  • Receive approximately 6 hours of initial training, with on-going training and support as part of the role.
  • Gain transferrable skills that are respected by employers nationwide.

Time commitment

  • This role will require a commitment of 3-4 hours per week. We offer a degree of flexibility to work around your existing schedule.

Role description

More information on this role can be found in the Local Co-ordinator – Role Description

Applications

If you’d like to become a local co-ordinator please send a letter of application explaining why you should be considered for a role with your CV to info@girlguidingnz.org.nz.

If you’d like to know more or sign up for our other volunteer roles click here.