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Papakura Anglican Church Part-Time SPACE Facilitator

Papakura Anglican Church Part-Time SPACE Facilitator

Papakura Anglican Church is looking for a part time paid SPACE facilitator.  This is a fixed term position working with a small team planning and delivering the 30 week SPACE programme to SPACE participants, parents and babies.

  • The position is for 7-8 hours per week each Monday during school term time.
  • Early Childhood Education Diploma or other relevant qualification is preferred but not essential.
  • Appropriate experience and a First Aid Certificate is required.
  • A job description is available by emailing space@papakuraanglican.org.nz

Applications can be made by sending a CV including two referees and a brief description of what makes you the best person for this position, to space@papakuraanglican.org.nz

Applications close Friday 8th November with interviews the following week.

07/11/2019

09/11/2019

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