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Are you wanting to join an exciting community-based research project in the sunny Hawke’s Bay? The Eastern Institute of Technology is looking for a School and Community Liaison Administrator to join the Nourishing Hawke’s Bay (NHB): He wairua tō te kai team in the coming months.
Whiriwhiria, kia ora ai te tamaiti is the latest arm of the ongoing NHB project and will be funded by A Better Start from the National Science Challenges.
NHB started in 2020 and until now has concentrated on food security, mātauranga Māori, nutrition, and food in culture, including a focus on the government lunch programme Ka Ora, Ka Ako.
Whiriwhiria, kia ora ai te tamaiti (weave it together, that the child may live a full life) will have a broader focus, including examining the impact of the food system and Mātauranga Maori on learning and resilience.
We are seeking an energetic and committed School and Community Liaison Administrator to:
- Be the main point of contact between NHB, schools and the community
- Organise and coordinate project events as required, including professional learning and development with schools, and community seminars
- Coordinate the network of school cooks, including running networking events and social media group
- Market the project through social media
- Coordinate casual research assistants who will assist with data collection in schools
- Coordination of weekly team meetings, agenda and minutes
Familiarity with the Hawke’s Bay region and travel to schools will be required.
This is a part time position at 22.5 hours per week until the end of June 2024.
For more information about the NHB project, please go to our website: https://www.eit.ac.nz/research-innovation/nourishing-hawkes-bay-he-wairua-to-te-kai/