Dane Hart published National Engineering Educational Events Manager in Current Vacancies 2020-01-16 18:46:39 +1300
Developing and manage a schools programme for Year 11 tama wāhine that demonstrates how they can use engineering to improve people's lives. The role description is here. If you would like to apply, please contact Dane at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Dane has been involved with EWBNZ in various roles since its inception before coming on board as the Chief Executive in 2018. Having volunteered and working across most areas of the organisation Dane has a good understanding of what makes volunteers tick and the potential that the organisation has to create positive change.
Prior to studying Natural Resources Engineering at the University of Canterbury, Dane spent a year living with a community in rural Vanuatu. This was an experience that he credits as having taught him many things, including insight as to how engineering, when used appropriately, can be used to provide opportunities for others to support them lifting themselves out of poverty.
Dane is a passionate advocate for learning and firmly believes that engineers need to embrace the skills of other sectors in order to stay relevant in a rapidly changing world. He loves tramping and stand up paddle boarding, and also enjoys developing a good Excel spreadsheet if there is time.