Mayor's Taskforce For Jobs Campaign
Mayor's Taskforce For Jobs (MTFJ)
Rural Resilience Pilot Programme 2023
Ashburton District Council and Mayor Neil Brown are part of a nationwide network of mayors working together to help young people under 25 and disadvantaged people into employment, education, training and other positive activity in their communities.
The Mayors Taskforce for Jobs (MTFJ), in partnership with the Ministry of Social Development, has set up a Rural Community Resilience programme and we're running a pilot programme for six months.
Under this scheme, Council's youth employment coach will help connect local businesses with young adults and those displaced by COVID-19, to create sustainable employment opportunities.
We're looking to partner with local employers and those seeking work to match the right people with the right jobs. This programme goes further than just making introductions and we work alongside both parties to produce great outcomes.
If you're a local employer who is interested in the programme or you're seeking work, then we encourage you to contact us.
Youth Coach - Economic Development
Visit www.mtfj.co.nz for more information about the national Mayor's Taskforce for Jobs initiative.
Mayors Taskforce for Jobs launches local project
Ashburton Mayor Neil Brown is a member of a nationwide network of mayors working together to help young people under 25 into employment, education, training and other positive activity in their communities.
First placement for new jobs taskforce
Ashburton Mayor Neil Brown visited Ashburton Hospital to meet the first local young person to land a job as part of a programme run by the Mayors Taskforce For Jobs.