Tipping Point Manager
MPHS’s innovative manager who set up the Recycle Shop in association with Auckland Council is moving onto a new role at MPHS. So we have reorganised our structure in the Tipping Point rebranded unit to create a tremendous opportunity for an inspirational environmental manager who has the management skills to ensure the Tipping Point realises its potential. We also have a Tipping Point Yard Coordinator position available too.
The Tipping Point Manager leads the staff and volunteer team at one of the MPHS greatest environmental success stories. The Tipping Point recycles a range of household and furniture items including pallet furniture for sale at the Tipping Point Recycle Shop located at 50 The Concourse, Henderson.
The Tipping Point Manager ensures that the Tipping Point Recycle Shop continues to operate sustainably and generates a surplus to be allocated to other MPHS managed projects and activities. To achieve this goal the manager must have experience and a broad range of proven skills across:
- Environmental sector
- Relationship management.
- Social enterprise
Tipping Point Yard Coordinator
The Tipping Point Yard Coordinator organises the resources and staff and volunteers within the yard environment at one of the MPHS greatest environmental success stories. The Tipping Point recycles a range of household and furniture items including pallet furniture for sale at the Tipping Point Recycle Shop located at 50 The Concourse, Henderson.
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 will be progressively reviewing candidates so don’t delay in expressing interest. For an application form, job descriptions for both roles or further details contact Anthony 027 272 3388 or text TPM to him with your email address or send your details – to firstname.lastname@example.org