Aktive in partnership with CLM Community Sport, Harbour Sport, Sport Auckland and Sport Waitākere are looking to recruit Healthy Active Learning Advisors to join our supportive team who will work directly with selected primary and intermediate schools within the Auckland Region. These roles are critical to the success of Healthy Active Learning, a joint initiative between Sport New Zealand and the Ministries of Health and Education that seeks to improve the wellbeing of children and young people, through healthy eating and drinking and quality physical activity.
Healthy Active Learning Advisors will work with Boards of Trustees, principals, senior leaders and teachers of primary and intermediate schools to develop and implement plans that support quality Health and Physical Education, play, sport and active recreation as well as healthy food and drink environments. This will enable schools to strategise, plan and develop systems that contribute to the development of an active and healthy school culture.
These roles will be employed by one of the following organisations: CLM Community Sport (Counties Manukau), Harbour Sport, Sport Auckland or Sport Waitākere, will involve working at various locations within these organisations geographic areas and require the ability to be flexible with work hours. The fixed term roles make a great refreshment leave opportunity for teachers. Roles available are listed below.
- CLM Community Sport (Counties Manukau) is recruiting for one permanent full-time Advisor, one fixed-term full-time Advisor, one fixed-term part-time Advisor.
- Harbour Sport is recruiting for one fixed-term part-time Advisor.
- Sport Auckland is recruiting for one fixed-term full-time Advisor.
- Sport Waitākere is recruiting for one fixed-term full-time Advisor.
Please submit your CV and Application below. In your cover letter please identify the organisation and role you wish to apply for.
Queries can be made via email to Kathryn Jones (Primary and Intermediate Schools Manager).
Closing date for applications, 24 October at 5pm.