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Job Vacancy at MPHS: Programmes Manager

October 23, 2020 at 2:54 PM


  • Develop and lead
  • Innovative community developments
  • Flexible – 30 to 40 hours per week (negotiable)

Do you have the skills to inspire the Henderson South McLaren Park community with exciting fresh initiatives? Our Programmes Manager will manage our existing initiatives’ and play a pivotal role in scoping, overseeing and delivering new initiatives that connect and engage with people. Here is the opportunity to make a real difference in the community.

We are looking for a great leader, a strong relationship manager with a results focused approach. You will, have a history of delivery and achievement on significant programmes of work. You will have experience in managing and influencing others and working collaboratively across sectors and communities. As well as providing overall leadership you are happy to be a hands-on member of a community development team.

We are looking for:

  • Experience working in Community Development or related social service setting
  • Tertiary Qualification in Community Development or related field
  • 3+ years' experience in managing and delivering projects or equivalent management experience
  • Strong leadership skills - able to lead and motivate others
  • Effective communicator
  • Proven relationship management skills.  
  • Highly organised and able to manage and prioritise work in order to meet the project schedule deadlines
  • Can identify risks and issues and has the ability to problem solve with minimal disruption to activities
  • Excellent written communication skills - able to report on outcomes 
  • Knowledge of Maori and Pacific Island culture, protocols and peoples
  • Passion for Youth Development

If you want to play a critical role in a respected Community Development organisation and have the skills to assist our local community to initiate their own opportunities, apply now. Hours are flexible for the right candidate, up to 40 hours per week. 

About us

MPHS are a community development organisation based in the Henderson South McLaren Park area activating and connecting the local community. We manage extensive facilities and run diverse projects and programmes. The values of MPHS are Compassion, Contribution, Connection. See

We will be progressively reviewing candidates so don’t delay in expressing interest and may close without notice. For an application form, job description or further details contact Anthony 027 272 3388 or text MPHS to 021 271 3333 with your email address or respond to this advertisement and send your details –

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