NSW Interpreter Scholarship program
The NSW Government, in conjunction with TAFE NSW, is offering scholarships to residents of NSW to undertake an accredited interpreting course to gain a Statement of Attainment in Interpreting Skills through TAFE NSW. Successful course graduates will be eligible to become Recognised Practicing Interpreters with the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI).
The NSW Interpreter Scholarship Program will be delivered in connected format by TAFE NSW.
People who speak Afrikaans, Amharic, Bislama, Cook Islands Māori, Creole, Dari, Dinka, Ewe, Fijian, Hazaragi, Kannada, Karen, Karenni, Khmer, Kinyamulenge, Kirundi, Konyanka Maninka [Mandingo], Krio, Kurdish-Kurmanji, Lingala, Mongolian, Ndebele, Shona, Somali, Swahili, Tamil, Telugu, Tetum and Tigrinya are invited to apply.
Applications will be accepted from Sydney Metro residents who speak a key language/s listed above and who fulfill the eligibility requirements.
Applications will be accepted from Albury and Armidale residents who speak a key language/s listed above and who fulfill the eligibility requirements.
More information here: https://jobs.dcj.nsw.gov.au/job/Sydney-Multicultural-NSW-Scholarship-Interpreters-NSW-2000/818815301/
Applications close 11 July.
Position Vacant | Communications Officer, Kiama Council
Applications are open for the role of Communications Officer:
As Communications Officer you will manage the development, maintenance and delivery of Council’s website and intranet and lead Council’s online and digital engagement to support the organisation’s services and programs. You will effectively engage with stakeholders to build pathways and manage training for best practice website and effective intranet solutions. You will also deliver projects, strategies and content for Council’s website and intranet to engage users, improve usability, ensure business efficiency, achieve industry best practice standards and reflect Council’s values.