Employment and Training

Berkeley Neighbourhood Centre

Positions

  • Youth Worker/Community Services (Coordinator) – 25 Hours Per Week – Permanent Part-Time
  • Casual work – Assisting Youth Worker with the Youth Program (On call)

The City of Parramatta

  • Team Leader – City Events and Festivals (permanent full time) 

Women’s Return to Work Program

Applications for the 2022 Return to Work Program are now open.

The Return to Work Program (the Program) is for women who have been unemployed for 30 days or more and intend to return to work within 6 months. 

The Program supports women through the development of a Return to Work Plan which may include the provision of funding to buy goods and services that will help reduce barriers to finding employment.

A Return to Work Coordinator will help participants develop a plan to find employment including linking them to a range of NSW Government support services. 

As part of the program, one-off grants of up to $5,000 will be made available to eligible women to purchase approved goods and services such as:

  • education and training
  • support material for courses
  • work necessities such as specialist clothing, equipment, IT
  • transportation costs
  • childcare/respite.

Funding is limited and priority will be given to eligible:

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women
  • women from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds
  • women living in regional, rural and remote areas (beyond Greater Sydney)
  • women living with disability
  • women who are refugees
  • women over 50 years of age
  • young women leaving out-of-home care
  • women who are carers (provide care to another person who lives with a disability, medical condition, mental illness, or is frail and aged)
  • women who are victim-survivors of domestic and family violence.

To find out more about the Program and to apply, visit: https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/services/business-industries-and-employment/get-

Alternatively, call 13 77 88



Community and Connection

Free Help Sessions

Tech and Tea Go

Corrimal Library

14 and 28 September

Free Dropin Sessions – to book ring us or the library 4227 8179

Albion Park Library

14 September and every 2nd Wednesday

10.00am -11:30am

Woonona Bulli RSL, Princes Highway Woonona

Weekly on Thursdays 3.00pm – 4.30pm

Fairy Meadow Community Centre, Guest Park

Weekly on Fridays 10.00am – 11.30am

Unanderra Community Centre, Cnr Princes Highway and Factory Rd

Weekly on Mondays 1.30 – 3.00pm,

!!!  Please Note there will be no Sessions in the week of 19 to 23 September because of disruption of the bike races


TAFE NSW Community Connections Morning Tea

You are invited to our inaugural Community Connections Morning Tea.  

Connect with the TAFE NSW team, local education partners, industry and your local community. Network with like-minded individuals in the training and education space.

We look forward to hosting this special morning tea on our campus grounds at TAFE NSW Wollongong.  This will be an opportunity to find out more about what is happening with TAFE NSW in the Illawarra and explore ways to collaborate in supporting our local community.

Date and time

Friday 16 September 2022

10:30 am – 11:30 am AEST

Optional Campus Tour of TAFE NSW Wollongong at 11.30 am.


Location

TAFE NSW – Wollongong, Foleys Lane, Wollongong NSW 2500



Employment and Training

Illawarra Multicultural Services

Positions Vacant


First Aid Course

Wednesday 14th September at Kiama

Places for anyone needing to complete their First Aid Certification.

Please follow the link below to enrol for call Reception on 4232 1050 for more information.

https://kiamacommunitycollege.snapforms.com.au/form/ace-enrolment-form-


Email for more information: scott.michell@stridelearning.com.au



Employment and Training

SENTRAL Youth Services Coordinator, Kiama

As SENTRAL Youth Services Coordinator you will plan and coordinate the activities and administration of the SENTRAL Youth Services. You will identify and assess the recreational, vocational, educational, health and social needs of young people in the Kiama Local Government area and develop and deliver programs that address these needs. 

We offer:

  • Temporary full time, 35 hours per week until 17 February 2023
  • Salary from $1,467.00 to $1,565.30 per week (depending on qualifications, skills and experience)
  • plus 10.5% superannuation
  • Access to the Fitness Passport

Closing Date: Sunday 1th September 2022, 11:30pm



Employment and Training

Job Opportunity at Penrith City Council

Senior Events Producer

This leading role will be charged with the end-to-end development of Penrith’s flagship arts, culture and lifestyle festival, REAL Festival (as well as delivering a freshly reviewed major and community events program).

Returning in 2023 from a 3-year hiatus and with a newly upgraded event site, this role presents an exciting opportunity for an experienced events producer to mark a real and lasting mark in Western Sydney. 

Further details can be found here: Jobs – Job Details – Senior Event Producer (penrith.city)

Applications close on 30 August. If you, or someone you know may be interested in this exciting opportunity, please feel free to reach out for a chat at beau.reid@penrith.city or 02 4732 7406. 



Employment and Training

Positions Vacant

Beach Safety Presenters (paid casual roles)

All training will be provided.

We welcome youth looking for casual work. We welcome new migrants and refugee communities. We welcome Australian or overseas born members of the community. We welcome those currently studying English. We welcome ALL members of the community to apply or to reach out to us if they are interested.

While Greater Sydney is where we predominately recruit, we are also open for applications from across NSW as we are looking to support beach safety sessions across the state.

Applications can happen online via our hub as linked to the flyers.

These roles are also advertised on SEEK.

We are also happy to hear from people in a direct email too.



Employment and Training

Psychological First Aid

With our South Coast communities experiencing many adversities – such as fires, floods, and Covid-19 – in recent times, now more than ever people are requiring emotional comfort and support, as well as practical advice and assistance, in the face of these critical events.

Although most people experience distress following a disaster or critical incident, the majority will recover using existing coping strategies and social supports. As such, formal intervention in the immediate aftermath is generally not recommended. Rather PFA is internationally endorsed as the appropriate initial response. Underpinned by a person-centred and trauma-informed approach, the PFA workshop supports participants to:

  • develop skills in communicating with, and reducing the initial distress of, people affected by a critical event
  • support people to rebuild a sense of control and empowerment in the face of disaster, and utilise their own strengths and abilities to identify and address their own immediate needs
  • foster short-term adaptive functioning and build resilience
  • minimise the risk of further harm
  • identify those in need of further support
  • consider the importance of self-care when supporting others.

This workshop is interactive, encouraging participants to ask questions and engage in learning activities as well as share personal experiences and self-reflections. Attendees will receive a certificate of attendance, contributing to continual professional development.

Please circulate this training opportunity within your organisations and wider networks – supporting those impacted by a critical event requires a whole-community effort, so the more people we can engage with and offer this training to the better connected, resilient, and resourceful our South Coast communities will be in the face of adversity.

Psychological First Aid

Date: Tuesday 30 August 2022
Time: 9am – 1pm AEDT
Delivery: Virtual via Zoom
Cost: $75 per person