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Multicultural Australia is currently offering exciting opportunities for highly motivated, curious and dynamic individuals to innovatively deliver culturally appropriate case management services to newly arrived refugees during their settlement into Queensland.

What you can expect to do

  1. Provide culturally competent case management and coordination to people from a diverse range of refugee and humanitarian backgrounds;
  2. Complete a comprehensive psychosocial needs assessment with individual clients and families and develop a case management plan which focuses on needs and aspirations;
  3. Provide emotional support to clients in a culturally sensitive way with an understanding of acculturation and the continuing impact of past torture and trauma on clients;
  4. Maintain accurate and timely records of case management interventions and abide by program specific Key Performance Indicators;
  5. Work collaboratively with Bicultural Workers to provide direct case management with individual clients and their family members ;
  6. Identify mental health risk factors, completing a mental health screen and ensuring appropriate referral of clients to specialised mental health supports;
  7. Provide cultural orientation and life skills development to clients and assist clients to develop meaningful social connections including links with members of their culture, origin or religious community.

Want to know more about the role?

Full details about the role can be found in the position description attached.

If you have any further queries, please feel free to contact Poppy Browne, Program Manager – Case Management : Humanitarian Settlement Program on 0434 363 569.

Ready for your next challenge?

Please email your application to the Recruitment Officer at recruitment@multiculturalaustralia.org.au no later than 9AM Monday, 4th November 2019. Your application must contain:

  • a cover letter (no more than one page), outlining why you are interested in the position and what impact you believe you can make in this role; and,
  • a current resume (including the details of three professional referees).

Please note: Recruitment for this role will commence immediately. Interviews may occur prior to the end of the advertising period.

Download the position description below


We are seeking applicants with direct experience in project/program design and successfully applying for and managing funding.

As Community Funding Access Advisor, you will be work towards achieving the following goals:

  • Increased CALD community participation in government and other funding opportunities;
  • Increased grant provider awareness of the barriers faced by CALD communities in accessing grant programs;
  • Increased CALD community knowledge to be able to develop applications and business grants; and
  • Increased levels of knowledge and skills regarding governance, project planning and project management within CALD communities:

What you can expect to do

1.     Develop respectful working relationships with CALD communities, particularly new and emerging communities;

2.     Research and promote Government and business funding opportunities to CALD community members across Queensland;

3.     Identify the needs and issues impacting on members of CALD communities in relation to grants and funding and facilitate the development of strategic advocacy and policy responses to such issues and needs as requested by Multicultural Australia;

4.     Develop strategies to identify communities that may need to access funding advice and support;

5.     Work with CALD communities to develop their knowledge and skills in relation to grants,  and business funding, so they can successfully apply for funding and manage their own projects;

6.     Offer a  range of capacity-building, mentorship and partnership opportunities, including training, workshops, one-to-one consultations and relationship development, to CALD communities so they are able to best position grant applications, along with understanding and meeting project delivery and financial management responsibilities.

Ready for your next challenge?

Please go through our Cultural Values – The Multicultural Australia Way. This is a snapshot of who we are. If you feel as strongly about our values and culture as we do, please email your application to the Recruitment Officer at recruitment@multiculturalaustralia.org.au no later than 12 PM Thursday, 31st October 2019. Your application must contain:

 a current resume (including the details of three professional referees) and an email EOI.

 

Full details about the role can be found in the position description below.


Graduate Case Manager or Case Manager opportunities

Full Time, Fixed Term Contracts

Our settlement programs aim to create opportunities, develop skills and knowledge of newly arrived humanitarian entrants by providing culturally competent case management services. To help us to continue to do that, we need a few more dynamic Case Managers or Graduate Managers within our settlement team in Toowoomba.

We are looking for someone who is passionate and committed to providing high quality settlement support to newly arrived humanitarian entrants. Someone who has well developed skills in building purposeful relationships with clients to support them achieve their settlement goals and minimise re-traumatisation throughout the settlement process. This role will be providing culturally competent case management and coordination including the ability to complete comprehensive psychosocial needs assessments.

If providing settlement support to newly arrived migrants and refugees is not a job for you, but a passion, then we would love to meet you!

Want to know more about the role?

Please download the position descriptions for more details.  
If you have any queries, please contact Diana Chananda, Team Leader – Humanitarian Settlement Program on 0421 226 756.
 

Ready for your next challenge?

Please go through our Cultural Values – The Multicultural Australia Way. This is a snapshot of who we are. If you feel as strongly about our values and culture as we do, please email your application to the Recruitment Officer at recruitment@multiculturalaustralia.org.au no later than 9AM Monday, 18th November 2019. Your application must contain:

o   a cover letter (no more than one page), outlining why you are interested in the position and what impact you believe you can make in this role; and,

o   a current resume (including the details of three professional referees).

 
At Multicultural Australia, we recognize that we are strengthened by diversity and are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and people with a disability to apply.

 

Download the position description below.


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We acknowledge the traditional custodians of all the lands on which we meet, work and live and recognise that this land has always been and always will be Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander land.

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Multicultural Australia respects and values Australia’s First Nation peoples’ enormous resilience, courage, determination and often unrecognized contributions to this country’s social and economic development. We walk together in solidarity in the shared pain of the past and with shared hope for the future.