EY Facilitator, Primary Schools - Part time 30 hours in Auckland, New Zealand
Facilitator, Primary Schools - Part time 30 hours
Requisition # AUC0012U
Post Date Apr 08, 2021
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We are looking for a Facilitator (Primary Schools) to join the Community Impact team in Auckland. This role is offered on a part time basis, 30 hours per week over 5 days on a maximum term contract until December 2021.
This exciting role is focused on the delivery of an award-winning financial literacy program to primary school-aged students. It is aimed at equipping young people with basic money management skills and financial knowledge to set them up for their futures.
The Community Impact sub-service line design, develop and implement large-scale behaviour change, education and community programs, on behalf of both corporations and governments, and evaluate the outcomes and impact of programs designed to drive a social benefit.
Your key responsibilities
Deliver world class financial literacy workshops to primary school-aged students across the Auckland area (including surrounding rural areas) both face to face and online
Build and maintain successful relationships with schools to ensure continued partnerships
Achieve KPIs related to workshop quality and evaluation feedback
Act as an outstanding brand ambassador for our client
Skills and attributes for success
To qualify for the role you must have:
Previous experience in presenting, teaching, educating or performing; ideally to primary school age groups although this isn’t essential
Ability to engage, inspire and motivate school-aged audiences through face-to-face and online mediums
Must be able to quickly learn and retain content for presentations
You must be eligible to work with children in accordance with the Children’s Act 2014 (a NZ Children’s worker Police Vet will be requested for successful applicants), as well as a valid driver’s license, access to your own car and compulsory third-party insurance.
Ideally, you’ll also have:
Experience with behaviour management and the ability to problem solve on the fly
Strong administration skills with great attention to detail and the ability to follow processes
A purpose and values driven attitude – you want to be a part of something good
A self-motivated attitude, with the ability to work independently and remotely
What we offer
: We’ll provide the tools and flexibility, so you can make a meaningful impact, your way.
: personalised career development including coaching, experiences and formal learning so you’ll develop the mindset and skills you’ll need to thrive in the future.
: You’ll be embraced for who you are and empowered to use your voice to help others find theirs.
At EY, you’ll be rewarded and recognised based on your performance and our comprehensive package can be tailored to your individual needs.
We hold a collective commitment to foster an environment where all differences are valued and respected, practices are equitable and everyone experiences a sense of belonging. If you require any adjustments to the recruitment process in order to equitably participate, we encourage you to advise us at the time of application via or phone +61 3 8650 7788 (option 4).
We understand the importance of social distancing at this time so our recruitment and onboarding process may be managed virtually so we can continue to prioritise the safety and wellbeing of EY people, clients, guests and the broader public.
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