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As a volunteer or staff member, you can use your time, skills, experience, and passion to help us have a positive impact in our city and world for Jesus. To register your interest for volunteer opportunities, email Pam Wilson at, and let us know where your skill set lies and where you’d like to volunteer.

If you’d like to join our staff, check out our current job opportunities below. All applications are to be sent to unless stated.

Instructional Designer/Resource Developer - ATC, Hamilton

Full-time – 40 hours per week, based in Hamilton

Our organisation Instant Education Solutions is a division of ATC New Zealand, a Christian based tertiary education organisation focused on investing in the future through developing people. We provide a wide range of educational opportunities across multiple campuses around New Zealand. Our mission ‘Changing lives through learning’ is what drives us to be among the best educational providers in New Zealand, offering programmes and services that make a real difference in peoples’ lives.

The Role: We are looking for an Instructional Designer/Resource Developer to join our resource production team in Hamilton. The ideal candidate will have experience in instructional design and resource development. While we would prefer candidates that have worked in resource development for NZ standards before; we will consider graduates with relevant skills for the role. For this position, you will collaborate with Senior Resource Developers, Designers and Customer Consultants. Ultimately, you should be able to support our senior staff and ensure our teaching and learning material is developed to the high standard expected from Instant. This is a full-time, permanent role for 40 hours per week.

Your duties:

  • Developing unit standard and achievement standard based teaching/learning guides and assessments;
  • Researching appropriate contexts and content for teaching and learning resources
  • Preparing learning activities for paper based and online learning
  • Liaising with Senior Resource Developers and Subject Matter Experts to develop exceptional quality resources.
  • Coordinating with Desktop Publisher/Graphic Designer for resource layup and design
  • Coordinating with Office Manager for database and publishing processes
  • Completing internal moderations and reviews;
  • Documenting activities or processes related to resource development
  • Performing regular quality checks of resources including hot fixes and version updates.
  • Provide general support to administration for customer queries relating to educational material
  • Attend regular meetings (usually in Hamilton)
  • Support Admin, Production and Management teams including but not limited to: technological innovations, distribution, reporting and feedback/feedforward.

Role Requirements:

  • Sound understanding of the New Zealand education system and educational material (specifically, unit and achievement standards art levels 1-3)
  • Minimum of 2 years’ instructional design experience
  • Subject knowledge in a range of areas
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • A willingness to learn and adapt to new systems
  • Sound ability to articulate written instruction and information
  • Extremely well-organised with strong organisational and time-management skills.

If you have the relevant skills, experience and qualification to fit the above description, please email your CV and covering letter to by 5.00pm 14th August 2020.

Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Production Volunteers Needed

We are doing things a bit differently around here, which means we have some fresh opportunities in our Production team!  If you’ve got experience in sound, lighting, video, camera operation, production or livestreaming – awesome!  If not, no worries! If you’re keen to learn, we can train you! Learn some new skills, be part of a team that makes a huge difference to our church. Contact Rob on for more info.

Teen Link Youth Mentor - Community Link Trust


We’re looking for passionate and committed youth workers to join our team. The role would suit someone who is passionate about young people. TeenLink provides a mentoring programme for at-risk youth and is part of Community Link Trust – a Christian organisation that supports and strengthens our community by responding to needs, challenges and opportunities. Community Link offers practical solutions for families and individuals facing challenging life issues.

We're looking for applicants who are available between 9-5 to support youth during school hours, and after school. Our preference is for a Hamilton-based mentor who has previous experience working with youth.

As a TeenLink Youth Worker, you’ll:
• Mentor 9-18 year olds, providing them with strategies and empowering them to effectively manage themselves to deal with life’s obstacles in positive and appropriate ways
• Engage with the community, leveraging your emotional intelligence, social intelligence and ability to relate to all kinds of people to manage relationships with youth, their whanau, schools and various community organisations
• Collate resources and be creative in bringing them together to help implement change for your clients.
• Use your initiative.
• Effectively manage your time to ensure your clients are being seen and all paperwork is filled out correctly and filed on time for auditing.
Skills and Experience – You’ll have:
• Genuine passion for seeing young people empowered to make positive change in their lives
• Initiative – you’ll need to be motivated and a self-starter to engage with the community and see where you can meet needs
• Strong time management skills
• Must have Full Drivers Licence and own car
• High level of social and emotional intelligence
• Ability to engage, gain trust and communicate with a range of people from youth, to their families, to school principals and community organisations
• Good understanding of Te Ao Maori and the Treaty of Waitangi

If working with youth in a role where you’ll have influence and the ability to really help sounds like you, please email your covering letter and CV to

Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.