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Curatorial roles open for peace & reconciliation centre
Exhibition curator, researchers, cultural advisors, te reo translators, copywriting and exhibition builder
Taranaki Cathedral is looking for an experienced, innovative curator to shape the first, mission-defining exhibition for our brand-new bicultural peace and reconciliation centre Te Whare Hononga (The House That Binds).
Expressions of interest for this and other roles (including researchers, cultural advisors, te reo translators and an exhibition builder to bring the ideas to life) are open now. For a copy of the EOI document or further information contact our Cathedral Remediation and Design Manager Jenny Goddard at email@example.com.
Do you have time an energy to give to an organisation which is supporting and nurturing our community? Are you looking to gain confidence or experience towards entering or re-entering the workforce? We welcome volunteers, with no obligation to be part of our parish, and offer a friendly, supportive environment.
Our range of volunteering possibilities includes:
- Community Cafe - weekly on Tuesday mornings - kitchen and front-of-house.
- Administration office support.
- Other options may be available - come and have a chat with us.
All volunteers are required to complete police vetting and our induction process.