Do you want to make a positive difference in the lives of others? When career opportunities are available at MPHS they are advertised and can be found here on our website.
MPHS Community Trust (MPHS) is a responsive, social action, community development organisation that supports the needs of the community through the running of diverse initiatives, projects and programmes which enable residents and communities to reach full potential. We are a leader in community-led development with a reputation as a successful organisation that ‘gets things done’ through a wide variety of innovative approaches. Some of the current initiatives include; the High Tech Youth Studio, an early years programme, environmental restoration initiatives, governance training programmes for community groups, the Tipping Point social enterprise, and the management of a high-use community facility. We are based at (and run) The Hub in Corban Avenue Henderson.
Interested in Volunteering?
MPHS Community Trust is always open for volunteers and leaders. This is a great opportunity for you to use what you have and do what you can to connect to your community and make it a better place. Doing volunteer work can enable people to work on their confidence and leadership abilities in a safe and low pressure environment. You can volunteer to work in any sector of MPHS that appeals to you, because all work offered by our volunteers is greatly appreciated and our volunteer members are held in high regard.
Contact us to express your interest and let us know if there is a particular programme you are interested in assisting.
“Volunteering doesn’t mean you have the time, but it means you have the heart.”
Kaitakawaenga – Māori Liaison
We are seeking a person who can use their cultural knowledge to lead the delivery of Maori protocols and input into the development of tools, policies
and processes to ensure that the needs of Maori are reflected and embedded within MPHS Community Trust.
For an application form, job description or further details contact Anthony, 027 272 3388 or text MPK to 021 271 3333 with your email address or send your details to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information download the job description below.