Assistant Vehicle Leader

  • Orange Sky New Zealand
  • Te Matau-a-Maui, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand
  • Jun 17, 2024
Voluntary Administration Community Services Housing and Homelessness Services

Job Description

*COMING SOON* Join us in our mission to Positively Connect Communities as we launch our newest service in Te Matau-a-Māui/Hawkes Bay in August. We don't have all the answers to homelessness, but what we can provide is free clean laundry, a warm shower and genuine conversation to those doing it tough.

As an Orange Sky (OS) Assistant Vehicle Leader, you will support the Vehicle Leader to maintain our most important asset – the van! You will help your local team out with troubleshooting any issues or faults with the van and drop-off and pick-up the van for repairs and maintenance. You don’t need to be a mechanic or have in-depth vehicle knowledge, as long as you're willing to give things a crack and help with minor repairs.  

A week in the life of an Assistant Vehicle Leader may look like: 

  • Assisting with the weekly van checklist to ensure the van is always safe, clean, and stocked.

  • Assisting to keep the van cleaned, maintained and coordination servicing and repairs. 

  • Supporting the team as the secondary point of contact to troubleshoot vehicle related issues.  

If you are organised, mechanically-minded and enjoy troubleshooting and tinkering under the hood you will be a great fit! 

Training will be provided in May, ahead of our launch, with ongoing support and training before, during, and after we go live with shifts.

Organisation

Orange Sky NZ - Volunteering

Job Summary

Are you handy with cars or enjoy tinkering in the garage? Have a few spare hours a week or fortnight? Looking to give back to your community?

How to apply

To finalise your application, please complete the following form: 

https://airtable.com/appj6de8vCdG8gRMR/shrYnMu9H7V0eIu94

Sector

Not for Profit

Cause (Sustainable Development Goals)

No Poverty, Good Health and Wellbeing, Clean Water and Sanitation, Decent Work and Economic Worth, Reduced Inequalities