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Head of Sales

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Want to use your sales skills to enable the mental health support capability of New Zealand? Want to be part of a fast growing organisation that is radically shaping the wellbeing at work industry? 

Join our team as our lead salesperson for our Mental Health First Aid skills training programmes for workplaces. 

This is a greenfield opportunity, you will contribute to the ongoing development and responsibility for the implementation of our sales strategy. As an impact driven enterprise our ability to deliver meaningful change is dependent upon our ability to sell our services. 


Once you have achieved our initial and achievable sales targets you will move into understanding government policy and contribute to the development of strategic partnerships.

How to Apply

You can apply with your digital CV and a cover letter. Feel free to also send a short video or voice recording. 

Send through your application to Grant Foggo, with Job Application: CoLiberate Sales Role in the subject line of your email. We will be processing applications as they are received so please apply as soon as possible.

Casual/ Part-time

Experiential Wellbeing Service Facilitator

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In this role, your main focus will be to share the teaching of the 2 Day MHFA programme, hosting sensitive conversations that people may not have previously had access to throughout their life, alongside your co-facilitator.

The Co-facilitation approach to leading these sessions allows our facilitators to work as a team to ensure participants have the support they need through the sensitive subject matter that can accompany topics of mental illness and mental health crisis. 

When leading a MHFA programme you’ll be connecting with participants and coaching them to become confident to notice when someone in their life is struggling, and to have mental health first aid conversations to connect people to support.  

You’ll play an active role in responding to the emotional needs of each individual, and will be inspiring people to shift into a stigma-free positive mindset towards mental health. Every course will have its own specific challenges which will demand you to be self-aware, and able to listen, sense, respond and adapt your approach. We regularly run courses from different locations around Wellington & Aotearoa so flexibility & adaptability is a must have!

Experience in Facilitation / Teaching / Coaching is an advantage but not essential as full training will be provided – including your initial mental health first aid certificate on February 20/21st.

We are a fast growing company interested in the growth of our people, so this role may lead to future training to step into the facilitation of some of our other experiential learning offerings.

How to Apply

You can apply with your digital CV and a cover letter. Feel free to also send a short video or voice recording. 

Send through your application to Rosie Sievers, with Job Application: Experiential Services Co-Facilitator Role  in the subject line of your email. Applications close end of day Wednesday 29th January.

Please note: We have our annual closedown period from the 18th of December until 8th January and have a skeleton crew responding from 8th – 24th Jan. Thank you for your patience – you can expect an acknowledgment of your application within this time

If you have questions about the role, please send them to ​​ by the end of the day 27/01/20 to ensure a reply.