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Job Vacancy at Healthy Families Waitakere: Activator

September 21, 2017 at 4:22 PM

*From the Community Waitakere Noticeboard*


(Full time one year fixed term) 

Do you want to be part of an exciting approach to creating a healthier Waitakere?

Here is a great opportunity to be part of a team who will lead change to improve the health of our community where they live, learn, work and play.

Healthy Families Waitakere is seeking to appoint a systems thinker who has the skills to influence systems and empower community leadership to create healthier environments for our community. If you have knowledge, networks and connections in the Waitakere region in particular the Whau local board area then this might for you. The ideal person will have relationship skills, conceptual and analytical ability as well as innovation and flexibility. Building and maintaining effective working relationships with key stakeholders to strengthen the prevention efforts in health is also a critical part of the role.

If you are passionate, innovative and up for a challenge and have the ability to build effective relationships with our community, this is for you. You will also have demonstrated a commitment to improving the health of Maori and Pacific communities. Experience in the health sector is not essential, however you must have a desire to support communities to become healthier.

For a position description and an application form, please contact on 966-3120 or visit our website

Apply in writing by post or via email with your resume and the completed application form by Monday 9th October to;

Healthy Families Waitakere Manager

Sport Waitakere

PO Box 21 065

Henderson 0650


Category: Job Vacancies