Healthy Relationships Programme Coordinator
Hours & remuneration: $28 p/h, 35 hours per week
Location: Wellington/Te Whanganui-a-Tara or Auckland/Tāmaki Makaurau desired
Term: Fixed term till end of Dec 2022, possibility of extension.
Reports to: Executive Director, RainbowYOUTH, Managing Director, InsideOUT Kōaro
For the first time ever, rainbow communities have been allocated funding for violence prevention work through the Rainbow Violence Prevention Network, and we’re looking for someone with the right experience and skills to help us kick off this work!
InsideOUT Kōaro and RainbowYOUTH are in search of two Coordinators to lead the development of a healthy relationships and consent programme for rainbow young people across Aotearoa.
The Healthy Relationships Programme Coordinators will work together across InsideOUT Kōaro and RainbowYOUTH to develop a healthy relationships programme suitable for rainbow rangatahi.
Anecdotal evidence through our day to day work with rainbow young people shows us that there is a huge lack of rainbow specific education around healthy relationships and consent in schools. Some of the key gaps in this education is the inclusion of asexuality, bisexuality, safe sex, bodily autonomy, personal autonomy, boundary setting, healthy communication, conflict resolution, and supporting friends through domestic, family or sexual violence.
As youth-run, youth-led organisations, RainbowYOUTH and InsideOUT are committed to ensuring rainbow young people are able to access relevant and affirming information and resources that help them thrive. As part of our collective kaupapa, the development of these workshops will include a series of consultations with rainbow young people around their preferred ways of learning, and ensuring the content remains relevant and helpful to rainbow young people.
The role scope includes two key components:
- Community engagement and research to inform the development of the programme structure, delivery model and content
- Programme development – develop the programme content through a lens of intersectionality, ensuring it is accessible and relevant to a range of rainbow young people
InsideOUT is an inclusive employer and we value diversity. Applications will be considered regardless of ethnicity, religion, sex, gender, sexuality, physical or mental ability. Work hours and locations can also be flexible.