- Brisbane & Gold Coast > Brisbane
- Job posted on: 16th Nov 2021
- Applications close:
Are you an experienced high school facilitator with a passion for Social Justice? We have two fantastic opportunities to join the innovative not-for-profit High Resolves to run global citizenship workshops.
Join the team to facilitate social justice & social advocacy workshops in high schools from the Gold Coast up to the Sunshine Coast.
One role is responsible for a portfolio of schools from Brisbane down to the Gold Coast and the other role will be responsible for a portfolio of schools from Brisbane up to the Sunshine Coast.
You will build strong relationships with existing schools and liaise with them to deliver the best possible experience for students based on the school’s needs.
High Resolves is an innovative, impressive social enterprise who have developed an award-winning program that is currently delivered to High School students across Australia to engage and empower young people to be active in their communities.
You can see more about them on their website https://highresolves.org/
As Program Leader you will deliver their modules to a diverse range of high school students and deliver a limited number of teacher professional development workshops. You’ll facilitate dynamic workshops and build lasting relationships with schools, both face to face and on-line.
Please send your resume and a short covering letter that tells us why you are perfect for this role and highlights your extensive experience working with teens. If shortlisted you will also be required to submit a short video as part of the recruitment process.
There is no closing date for this role, applications will be reviewed regularly. Once we have successfully sourced the perfect candidate, we will remove this advert.
For more information please call Kiah on 02 9133 9322 or email Kiah@beaumontpeople.com.au using the subject line: Program Leaders x2 - High Resolves enquiry via EthicalJobs.
Beaumont People have been retained to recruit these positions. All enquiries should be directed to Kiah as detailed above.