Te Rongopai Community Trust

Our aim is to help meet the needs of Nawton-Crawshaw and other areas, in partnership with whanau in order to strengthen communities and their individual members. We currently offer, free of charge, a range of programmes and services including a homework centre and learning hub to support primary and high school students in their learning during term time (3 days a week; access to laptops and tablets and internet); Job Club to support and mentor job seekers; Budgeting Courses; weekly Games and Meal; Maori Language and Culture classes (beginner and advanced groups); Flax Weaving classes; Basketball sessions; Information Hub where individuals can have access to scanning, telephone, laptops, tablets and internet, and photocopying (small charge for photocopying); facility available for hire for a modest rental; sports equipment available to borrow free of charge. Food and drink are always offered free of charge to those attending sessions. All staff have police clearance and are trained in the roles they take on.

Available Roles:
Light gardening/weeding

Te Rongopai Community Trust
Gardening | Both/Flexible | Hamilton

We are seeking someone to do some light gardening and weeding in our border gardens to make our facility look attractive...

Evening Basketball Assistant

Te Rongopai Community Trust
Sports | Evenings/Weekends | Hamilton

Do you have the skills and enthusiasm to assist with weekly adult basketball sessions?

After School Food Server

Te Rongopai Community Trust
Food Services | Working Hours | Hamilton

Preparation for simple afternoon tea - toast, fruit, water, supervising children eating and drinking...

After School Ball Games Assistant

Te Rongopai Community Trust
Sports | Working Hours | Hamilton

Join a fun, active, motivated staff working with children of varying skill levels...

Outside Wall Washer

Te Rongopai Community Trust
Practical Help | Both/Flexible | Hamilton

Help meet the needs of Nawton-Crawshaw and other areas, in partnership with whanau in order to strengthen communities and their individual members...

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