We are currently seeking a passionate and energetic Programme Assistant who can support the Programme Manager with ensuring the children have lots of fun through a wide variety of activities, and that the programme operates according to the OSCAR and our standards.
We are looking for someone with great communication skills that loves building relationships with the parents and children on our programme, enjoys planning activities and thrives on results.
Hours of work This is a permanent role for 25 hours per week. The hours of work will be between Monday – Friday 7.00AM – 8.30AM and 2.30PM – 6PM and shifts available during the Holiday Programmes.
Here’s a sneak peak of how it rolls when you join our Family…
Grow Awesome Kiwi Kids, you’ll be working in an environment where no two days are the same, elastics one day, building huts the next – the only constant in your day is adventure!
Compassion. We love giving back to the community in times of need and as a result, we’ve set up our very own charity.
Kids at Heart In a world of dragons, bionic powers and recorder debuts, you can’t help but get caught up in it all! Working with kids brings out the inner child in all of us, from the head office team to the staff on-site. It is a very special part of our culture, and something we will always cherish.
Amazing Career Pathways You will also be presented with some exciting career pathways …
- Quality training programmes
- Behaviour Guidance
- Child Protection
- Programme Management opportunities
- Leadership Development
And if your big audacious dream is becoming a business owner, this could become a reality one day with your own franchise!
If you have a passion for growing awesome Kiwi Kids and want to become a great leader, APPLY NOW!
We are committed to Child Protection and the safeguarding of children and young people in our care and we expect all staff to operate in a way that reflects this intent. All successful applicants will be subject to a satisfactory Police Record Check. All applicants must hold the right to work in New Zealand.