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Workshop Facilitator (Identified)

Advertiser: Ted Noffs FoundationMore jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
4 Apr 2018
Location
Sydney, Parramatta & Western Suburbs
Work Type
Part Time
Classification
Community Services & Development, Indigenous & Multicultural Services

Workshop Facilitator (Identified)

"Our Mission is to help disadvantaged young Australian become advantaged. Together, we can continue to make a difference for the next generation of young Australians"

Type:  Part-Time (Tuesday - Thursday, 6 hours a day)

Duration:  Up to 29th June 2018 (possibility of extension)

Location: Mt Druitt, NSW

Remuneration: Social, Community, Home Care & Disability Award 2010 (Level 3) + full salary packaging options available

Founded in 1970, the Ted Noffs Foundation is a nationwide organisation, which offers young people the support and opportunities to reach their full potential.

Noffs is looking for a Workshop Facilitator to be part of our Mt Druitt team providing cultural workshops in local schools. 

Workshops are designed to:

  • Engage with students and improve identification with Aboriginal culture
  • Involve young people in NAIDOC week celebrations,
  • Increase school retention attendance and improve peer relationships
  • Engage with families of young people involved in workshops

Selection Criteria

  • Aboriginality and recognition within the Aboriginal Community
  • Ability to connect and engage with young people
  • Experience in delivering workshops namely in school settings
  • Recognised tertiary qualifications in working with young people
  • Skills in delivering innovative and artistic workshops through diverse cultural and artistic expression
  • Experience in maintaining statistical records and data on service delivery
  • Not prohibited to work with children under the Child Protection (Prohibited Employment) Act 1998
  • Successful candidates MUST have a current and valid NSW Working With Children Check prior to commencing employment. 
  • Current driver's licence and a good driving record

Ted Noffs Foundation is committed to equal employment opportunity and embraces diversity and inclusion within its workforce. As such, people from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. This includes, but is not limited to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People, People with Disability, Women and People from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds.

How to Apply:

Email your application (Resume and Cover Letter addressing the selection criteria) to jobs@noffs.org.au. Applications must be received by Friday, 20th April 2018. Please note only successful applicants will be contacted.

For further information, contact Julie Dubuc on 0404 087 416.

"Our Mission is to help disadvantaged young Australian become advantaged. Together, we can continue to make a difference for the next generation of young Australians"

Type:  Part-Time (Tuesday - Thursday, 6 hours a day)

Duration:  Up to 29th June 2018 (possibility of extension)

Location: Mt Druitt, NSW

Remuneration: Social, Community, Home Care & Disability Award 2010 (Level 3) + full salary packaging options available

Founded in 1970, the Ted Noffs Foundation is a nationwide organisation, which offers young people the support and opportunities to reach their full potential.

Noffs is looking for a Workshop Facilitator to be part of our Mt Druitt team providing cultural workshops in local schools. 

Workshops are designed to:

  • Engage with students and improve identification with Aboriginal culture
  • Involve young people in NAIDOC week celebrations,
  • Increase school retention attendance and improve peer relationships
  • Engage with families of young people involved in workshops

Selection Criteria

  • Aboriginality and recognition within the Aboriginal Community
  • Ability to connect and engage with young people
  • Experience in delivering workshops namely in school settings
  • Recognised tertiary qualifications in working with young people
  • Skills in delivering innovative and artistic workshops through diverse cultural and artistic expression
  • Experience in maintaining statistical records and data on service delivery
  • Not prohibited to work with children under the Child Protection (Prohibited Employment) Act 1998
  • Successful candidates MUST have a current and valid NSW Working With Children Check prior to commencing employment. 
  • Current driver's licence and a good driving record

Ted Noffs Foundation is committed to equal employment opportunity and embraces diversity and inclusion within its workforce. As such, people from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. This includes, but is not limited to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People, People with Disability, Women and People from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds.

How to Apply:

Email your application (Resume and Cover Letter addressing the selection criteria) to jobs@noffs.org.au. Applications must be received by Friday, 20th April 2018. Please note only successful applicants will be contacted.

For further information, contact Julie Dubuc on 0404 087 416.

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