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June

Young Mob Facilitator - Part Time

WORLD VISION - Barangaroo, NSW

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JOB DESCRIPTION

The Opportunity to be a Changemaker…..

World Vision Australia are seeking a Young Mob Facilitator to facilitate our Young Mob program to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth in schools in the Sydney and Hunter Valley regions.

Your role will be to help develop confidence and resilience in Aboriginal youth so they can confidently engage with the world and have strong connections within and across their cultures and communities.

This role will offer a significant support to existing management in a Young Mob location, completing project-based work and project administration as well as general facilitation.

This is a permanent part-time opportunity (3 days per week).

Your main duties and responsibilities will include:

  • Project Facilitation - Effective facilitation of Young Mob activities. This will include sharing stories of your own experience, personal and cultural identity. Facilitate a range of activities focused on the Young Mob themes share cultural values, knowledge and skills.
  • Contribute to program monitoring, evaluation, reporting and development- Contribute to the quality monitoring, learning and evaluation about progress towards project outcomes, including collection and review of project data as required.
  • Communication- Maintain communication with the Young Mob Facilitators Group and contribute as required to communication materials that enable reporting back to WVA and project supporters.

Your skills and experience will include:

  • Facilitation of activities with Indigenous young people
  • Strong yarning and storytelling skills
  • Showing and receiving respect with young people
  • Adaptable and flexible to changing work locations and schedules
  • Able to work independently and as a member of a team
  • Strong communication skills with some experience in facilitating, mentoring, training, coaching, supervising or teaching young people
  • Cultural knowledge relevant to Young Mob themes
  • Familiarity with youth life issues in NSW
  • Completion of Year 12 Secondary School

What you need to know

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.

For your information, the interviews will start immediately, and the role may be filled before the closing date.

World Vision Australia takes our Safeguarding responsibilities seriously and we provide an environment that is safe for our child and adult beneficiaries. We have strong recruitment procedures to make sure the safest and most suitable people work with the children in our programs. All successful candidates will undergo a criminal record and Working with Children check prior to employment. We provide our staff and volunteers with ongoing supervision, support and training in their work with child and adult beneficiaries.

Why World Vision

World Vision is a global community, working together for the one purpose – to bring about positive change in the lives of the world’s most vulnerable children. People are inspired to work for us because they want to contribute to making a difference. We are part of an international team, using our talent, determination and influence to invest in a better tomorrow. As a global Christian humanitarian organisation, we provide short-term and long-term assistance and have impacted the lives of over 200 million vulnerable children and people worldwide. With approximately 37,000 staff members working in nearly 100 countries, World Vision has been engaging people to work towards eliminating poverty and its causes for almost 7 decades.

World Vision has been partnering with First Nations communities in Australia for more than 40 years through our Australia First Nations Program. We are committed to supporting First Nations communities achieve their own development goals, build on their strengths and create solutions to their own challenges. World Vision is committed to ensuring First Nations staff are well represented and supported within the staff team. The Australia First Nations Program has a First Nations staff network that acts as a support network and safe space for First Nations staff who are separated by distance but connected by culture and their collaborations in the program. The network also provides advice to the Australia First Nations Program and the broader World Vision organisation regarding our work with First Nations organisations, communities and families.

When it comes to our people, as an organisation we embrace diversity, employing people from a variety of cultural and religious backgrounds.