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Job Vacancy - RPE Casual Educators

April 22, 2016 at 8:59 AM

Job Vacancy - RPE Casual Educators

Rape Prevention Education (RPE) is a non-profit organisation providing education, advocacy and information on sexual violence prevention in Aotearoa/New Zealand communities and is committed to working in partnership with Tangata Whenua.

RPE is currently seeking casual educators to join our diverse team to deliver education programmes throughout Auckland. These programmes are delivered to secondary schools, alternative education centres, community groups and organisations.  

We want to hear from you if:  

  • You are comfortable talking about sex, relationships & preventing sexual violence.  
  • You have outstanding group facilitation skills
  •  You have experience in the social service, education, or health sector
  • You are currently working towards or have a tertiary qualification in community development, public health, social services or social sciences.
  • You have experience working within Māori/Pacific communities
  • You have excellent communication skills  


To apply please send in your CV and cover letter with application form by 5.00pm, 1st May 2016 to:


See the attached flyer for more information   

Category: Job Vacancies