GirlGuiding NZ - Guide Leader
Our girls in Whangarei are looking for leaders who are passionate about helping them grow into empowered young women. As a leader, you will meet with the girls for up to two hours each week in their school term time. You will be guiding them through a range of varied and exciting activities and projects. There is some planning involved in advance for the meetings, but this can easily fit around your other commitments. GirlGuiding groups are to create a safe space for young girls and women to learn and grow. Try new things and explore what is important to them. The girls benefit as well as the leader who runs the group through the training available, social experiences and the opportunities being part of a global organisation offer. You will be helping inspire the next generation of women in New Zealand, whilst learning and having fun yourself.
We currently have the following positions available
- Whangarei Central Guide Leader, Wednesdays 5.15-7.00pm
leading 9-12yr olds
- Kamo Pippin Leader, Tuesdays 5.15-6.15pm
leading 5-6yr olds
- Kamo Brownie Leader, Tuesdays 5.15-6.45pm
leading 7-9yr olds
- Whangarei Central Brownie Leader, Wednesdays 5.15-6.30pm
leading 7-9yr olds
There is an extensive support network in GirlGuiding with local and area coordinators to help volunteers as well as a staff base in Auckland and National Office in Christchurch. Training is given prior to you beginning the role and continues throughout your time with us.We have an online system to help volunteers plan activities and monitor girl information. We cover basic training with everyone, its then up to you if you would like to advance. Training is offered in areas of Leadership, outdoor skills, health and safety, working with children and beyond. Specific requirements
A love of working with young women and a want to see them inspired and motivated to be the very best they can. Availability to offer the meetings to the girls once a week in term time. A want to be involved in your local community and grow connections with the girls, their parents and beyond would be beneficial.