If you are interested in joining the Youth Collective Impact Team (YCIT), please ensure you follow the recruitment process:
Step 1 – Review the YCIT Recruitment Resources from: SWC Recruitment Resources
Step 2 – Apply directly via SEEK | EthicalJobs (with attached resume and cover letter)
Step 3 – Complete the SWC Job Application Google Form: Youth Collective Impact Team Job Application Google Form [Click to Complete]
Step 4 – Send an email to email@example.com with your Resume and Cover Letter attached addressed to Ampha Mammone (Head of Strategic Development) and state in the subject line your First name and Surname plus Application Ref:
Youth Projects Officer – “SWCYCIT2022A”
Youth Events & Projects Admin Support Officer Role – “YCIT2022ADMIN”
Youth Projects Officer | Graduate / Entry Level Role
*Due to the high level of interest in this role, please follow the recruitment process and complete ALL the required steps or you may not be considered/shortlisted for the roles.
The primary purpose of this role is to assist with the coordination and delivery, monitoring and evaluation of SWC run programs and activities for young people and their families. Activities include classroom based structured programs as well as external excursions and workshops for groups ranging from 25 to 2,000 participants.
Experience and understanding of working with young people and community stakeholders would be an advantage. Selected key skills include:
> Demonstrated experience in program facilitation, development, implementation, and delivery (from classroom based to large scale events)
> Understanding of youth issues and solutions, including disengaged, disadvantaged, and vulnerable young people within multicultural communities
> Understanding of youth participation, engagement, and community development principles including marketing and promotion strategies to increase these factors.
Youth Events & Projects Admin Support Officer Role
The primary purpose of this role is to support with the administrative side of SWC events and projects for young people and their families. Events and projects include classroom based structured programs as well as external excursions and workshops for groups ranging from 25 to 2,000 participants.
Experience and in Business Administration, an excellent sense of customer service, and organisational skills would be an advantage. Selected key skills include:
> Assisting, coordinating and supporting the delivery of Youth Team events and workshops
> General Administration and Clerical Support
> Competency and accuracy in computer/technology skills – SWC utilises Microsoft Office 365 (mail merge, spreadsheets), SharePoint, Teams, Pathways Database, Zoom, Canva, Adobe etc