Inclusive Communities Manager

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Inclusive Communities Manager role available in Wellington with salary up to $100,000. Lead and support community liaison team for individuals with intellectual disabilities and families. Join us now for this rewarding opportunity.

Job title
Inclusive Communities Manager
Employer
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Location
Wellington Central, Wellington
Category
Community Services & Development
Time
Full time

Pay

Competitive salary of up to $100,000, depending on experience

Permanent, full-time position!
Based in Wellington or Auckland
Competitive salary of up to $100,000, depending on experience!

Mō te tūnga | About the role

We are seeking an innovative, energetic, and experienced Inclusive Communities Manager to lead our Family and Whanau Liaison team. As the Inclusive Communities Manager, you will play a pivotal role in leading, motivating and supporting a regionally based community liaison team. This team works with people with intellectual disabilities and their various support people. The aim is to ensure people with intellectual disabilities, their families and whānau get information and contacts within their respective communities, so they can make informed decisions, know what supports are available, and how to access them.

The Inclusive Communities Manager has three key responsibilities:

Leading, developing and measuring the outcomes of the team's work so comprehensive information resources are developed and maintained.
Increasing awareness, knowledge, and skills about self-advocacy so people with intellectual disabilities, their families, and whānau are supported to speak up for what they believe is a good life for them.
Advocating within mainstream services including local government, non-government services, and community networks for accessibility and inclusiveness of people with intellectual disabilities.

Ngā pūmanawatanga ōu | What you will bring

A good understanding of intellectual disabilities and the disability support sector.
Proven experience as a people leader who is a clear communicator, brings out the best in people, sets clear objectives and measures, builds rapport well and is a good listener.
A proficient presenter and educator adept at designing and implementing tailored programs, activities, and events.
Good judgment about which creative ideas and suggestions will work.
Can effectively manage resources (people, funding, support, materials) to get the job done.
Effective in a range of presentation settings, both internally and externally, can manage group process.
Ability to collaborate with a wide range of stakeholders, build partnerships, develop networks to harness collective voice and influence.
Gather and interpret relevant data and evidence to support advocacy strategies.

Nōu te rourou | What's in it for you?

Enjoy a flexible working environment, including the opportunity to work from home one day a week, offering a healthy work-life balance. This role will be in the community, front facing and training.
Join an energetic and dedicated Advocacy team led by approachable and supportive management, emphasizing your professional development.
Access staff benefits, including insurance coverage after two years of service and attractive employee discounts at recognized brands like Specsavers and Jett's.
Be a part of a rewarding opportunity to work for a meaningful cause with an established not-for-profit organization, providing crucial support services to individuals with intellectual disabilities.

Mō mātou | About us

The ABC Group is made up of our charitable programs and three wholly owned subsidiaries, committed to supporting people with intellectual disabilities to lead satisfying lives in the community and to providing housing and tenancy services to people in need.

ABC Group is an accredited Immigration AEWV employer.

Me pēhea te tuku tono | How to Apply

Submit an online application by selecting the 'Apply' button. As part of the recruitment selection process, you will be required to provide an up-to-date CV, and cover letter outlining your previous experience and motivation to apply for this role.

The ABC Group is committed to Te Tiriti o Waitangi and actively seek a diverse applicant pool. We encourage candidates of all backgrounds to apply. We welcome all kinds of diversity and the different perspectives such diversity brings to our work. Applicants must have the legal right to work in New Zealand.

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