male Youth worker - cyc trust

Coast Youth Community Trust is an independent charitable Trust established in 2006 to work with young people and their families on the Hibiscus Coast. Our mission is to provide direction, leadership, and hope to support and mentor young people, their caregivers and their families.

Our services are relational in nature, and encompass one on one mentoring and group programmes with our youth workers. All our initiatives are strengths based and designed to help young people and families establish effective relationships while developing resilience. We work in association with Whangaparaoa Baptist and focus our work entirely on the Whangaparaoa Peninsula. While we maintain a strong Christian faith as people, and allow that to inform us on our actions, our culture is that of growing people to find their identity in who they are in positive and meaningful ways



We have a very exciting opportunity for a man who is passionate about working with young people and loves to see them develop and grow into healthy young adults. The ideal applicant will have significant previous experience working with young people whether in education, holiday programmes or camps. They will have a strong sense of self and feel capable of working through the challenging scenarios that face young people. Having experience in public speaking, a love for the outdoors or performing arts and an energetic personality are all fantastic qualities to have to help in this role.


A youth worker will strive to fulfill these 5 outcomes:


Supporting students and staff: Complementing and enhancing the role of teachers through extracurricular activities and holistic support.


Building positive relationships: Between students, students and staff and other significant adults like our youth workers.


Cultivating school spirit: Working alongside students, student council and staff in creating a safe and friendly environment where students enjoy their time at school and develop a sense of whanaungatanga (good citizenship).


Leadership development: Encouraging and strengthening individual students in leadership roles.


Integrating students with suitable out of school activities: Safe opportunities for invitations to a full range of activities and significant relationships available in the community.

  • A genuine passion to impact young people and support them in finding their identity.

  • Confident to lead small and large groups of young people.

  • The ability to be flexible within your work week with a minimum 10 hours availability.

  • Good communication and listening skills.

  • A team player who is also self-motivated and can work autonomously.

  • Can commit to 3-5 years for longevity in relationship

  • Have a restricted NZ Driver Licence.

  • Have NZ Residency or a valid NZ Work Visa.


If you think you’re the right person for this job and want to work alongside a fantastic team of passionate, hardworking individuals hoping to make a difference in our local community then we would love to hear from you.

Applications close June 29th

Please have the following documents prepared for you application:

A completed job application form (download here)

A separate Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Cover Letter 

Copy of Driver Licence (front & back)

Copy of photo ID page of passport or NZ full birth certificate
Current Working Visa (if applicable)
Police Vetting form (download here)

Send the completed forms to:


Post to:

Att: Jono Dempsey

733 Whangaparaoa Rd