Ko ngā tūranga wātea

Tēnā koutou katoa, anei ētahi pānui e pā ana ki ngā mahi tūrangi wātea
Sport Northland is committed to a culture that encourages and supports staff to reach their full potential in an inclusive and collaborative whānau environment.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


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Healthy Lifestyle Support & Strength and Balance Coordinator

 te whititahi, ka whakatutuki ai ngā pūmanawa a tangata
Together weaving the realisation of potential

We are on the lookout for a special person to join our team. If you have ...

  • a passion for health and wellbeing (including healthy eating, and being physically active) and;
  • a drive to support individuals / whānau on their hauora journey to make small achievable changes and;
  • a passion to support older people and providers for falls prevention programmes we want to hear from you!

We offer a number of growth and development opportunities, wellness benefits, flexible working conditions, and embrace an innovative approach to mahi.

The successful candidate will need a full clean driver's license, must have the right to live and work in New Zealand, and must value healthy lifestyles. A deep understanding of He Whakaputanga and Te Tiriti o Waitangi is a huge advantage and highly valued.

The position is 25 hours per week based in either the Far North or West Mid North and requires flexibility and may include some evening and weekend work from time to time.

Mō te tūranga/Primary Purpose
This complimentary dual role includes:

  • 15 hrs / week Responsible for contacting and supporting Green Prescription (GRx) participants with a variety of medical conditions and help guide planning for appropriate lifelong physical activity for wellness. 
  • 10 hrs / week Responsible for increasing access to approved community group strength and balance programmes and identify, coordinate, train and support falls prevention programmes with providers in the community (to collectively achieve improved outcomes for older people: fewer falls, fewer falls-related fractures and fewer falls-related hip fractures).

Ka kati nga tono mo te Paraire 19 o Hūrae 2024, 4pm
​​​​​​​Applications close Friday 19 July, 4pm. 

Me pēhea te tuku tono
To apply please complete the digital application form below where you can upload a copy of your cover letter and CV detailing how your experience and skills best match the person specifications listed in the job description.  

For further information please contact Claudia Ashby on 0223975709 or email claudiaa@sportnorth.co.nz

Tono mai  konei

Position Description ... click here

Application for Employment……..click here


Waka Ama NZ Regional Development Coordinator - Tai Tokerau (12-month Contract)

In collaboration with the Tai Tokerau Polynesian Canoe Association (TTPCA), Waka Ama NZ is currently seeking a talented and motivated individual to join the team as a Regional Development Coordinator in the Tai Tokerau region. If you are passionate about driving and facilitating the growth and development of Waka Ama in the region including regional events, we want to hear from you! For more information on the role and to apply, check out the link!

  • Organisation Name: Waka Ama NZ and Tai Tokerau Polynesian Canoe Association (TTPCA)
  • Location of the role: Northland/Tai Tokerau
  • Employment Status: 12month Contract - Part-time
  • Application and more information via Seek: https://www.seek.co.nz/job/76940321
  • Contact details for any enquiries about the role: Trevor Meiklejohn trevor@wakaama.co.nz
  • Closing Date: Friday 19 July 2024

Whangarei Netball Centre

Whangarei Netball Centre is currently recruiting.

The vision for Whangarei Netball is to create an inclusive, sustainable netball hub which nurtures our people to deliver programmes and events that will grow our potential and provide for netball both now and in the future.  Our goals are to embrace all who want to play so that we have a diverse and inclusive culture, and to open pathways to grow the game and our people in a centre that we can all be proud of.    We aim to achieve this through the strengthening of relationships with our community and our partners in Netball and through the prudent management of the operation.

Kaiwhakahaere Rauemi / Operations Lead

Purpose of Role:  Manage the operations of the netball centre including the arranging of games, management of umpire development lead  and coach development lead, coordination and management of reps and events at the centre. For the full job description click HERE.