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Do you have a keen interest in Pacific community activation?

Work with a minority community enjoying sports, active recreation and play.

Harbour Sport is one of four regional sports trusts in the Auckland region covering the North Shore area. It was birthed in 1986 and 34 years later it has a significant role to play in how sport, active recreation and play is done on the North Shore region. Working alongside Regional Sports Organisations, Schools, other organisations and the community is something we value and thrive on.

Within Harbour Sport is the Sports Pasifik team who deal solely with the Pacific community on the North Shore. This role will help our Sports Pasifik team continue to serve our Pacific community with sports, active recreation and play through our programmes.

– Delivering Intermediate and High School programmes
– Plan sessions
– Mentoring key leaders within the programme
– Support the programme coordinator to promote and implement their programmes

– Tertiary qualification in Sport, Recreation, Health, Coaching, Community or related
– Current first-aid certificate
– 1-2 years experience in delivering group exercises or mentoring youth in some capacity.

If you are a committed individual with strong values and a focus on the Pasifik community, then this role is for you.

Applications Close Wednesday, 7th December at 5pm

Apply with your Cover Letter and CV

Harbour Sport is committed to being Inclusive, Integrity, Respect, Leadership and Whakawhanaungatanga, and is a value-based organisation  committed to ‘a community physically active for life’

At Harbour Sport, we are committed to ensuring we take every step possible to ensure our provisions and environments are safe and empowering for children, young people, families, and staff. Harbour Sport has zero tolerance for abuse. We expect respectful and positive behaviours and values at all times from those we support and from all those we engage with.

Te Tiriti o Waitangi is Aotearoa New Zealand’s founding document. Harbour Sport is committed to upholding the mana of Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the principles of Partnership, Protection and Participation. We are committed to partnership with tangata whenua and the protection of Māori culture and taonga. We value the distinctiveness that tangata whenua bring to physical activity and our success on a world stage. We believe a strong bi-cultural foundation is critical to our national identity and wellbeing.