- Job posted on: 13th Jan 2021
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Woodville Alliance (WA) is a not-for-profit community organisation based in Western Sydney and working primarily in Fairfield, Bankstown, Auburn and Liverpool. We have operated for over forty years and provide a broad range of children’s, family, youth, mental health, disability and early intervention services.
This role has been created to deliver a project funded through the Office of Responsible Gambling NSW, called “Game Over: The Vietnamese Youth Project”.
The project aim is to produce and promote 4 short films (2 in Vietnamese and 2 in English) that are culturally appropriate to draw attention to the emergence of online gaming and problem gambling and its impact on young people. In particular, young people between the ages of 12-24 from a Vietnamese background living in the Fairfield Local Government area (LGA) the films will be available in schools, community organisations and uploaded onto various platforms.
The Project Officer will provide administration duties and support a project Reference Group made up of young people and content experts to ensure a collaborative approach to the project. This role is also responsible for the overall management of the project, ensuring it meets its’ launch deadline along with the organising and promotion of the films’ launch event.
Please click apply to forward your CV and letter of application addressing the essential criteria 1 to 5 listed above. For any enquiries related to the role, please contact Tishia Boulton-Bell – HR Assistant/CEO Assistant on 02 9722 5200.
Woodville Alliance is an Equal Opportunity Employer and our work has always been underpinned by a strong commitment to social justice. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from diverse cultural backgrounds and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.