- Job posted on: 12th Apr 2021
- Applications close:
The Komak Program is a Community Engagement Early Response Model which delivers prevention and engagement activities in Afghan communities. Working in partnership with community stakeholders, the program aims to increase inclusion and belonging, and strengthen community resilience.
As a Community Engagement Worker, you will provide early intervention support to individuals, parents and young people who may be vulnerable to anti-social behaviours. The role will support community members through innovative outreach, advocacy and referral to appropriate support services. The Community Engagement Worker will also assist in the delivery of training sessions, workshops and social/cultural events in an effort to support the local community and enhance social cohesion.
To be successful in your application you will meet the person specification in the position description, including having a degree qualification in social work, psychology or a related discipline.
You will also have:
If this sounds like you, find out more about this role or apply today. Please upload the following as part of your application:
Amy Shaheen – Team Leader, Community Programs
T: (03) 8792 8999
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