Natalija Gicevska posted in Jobs Board
22nd Jun 18, 01:11 PM
•Professional challenge, work-life balance and a noble purpose
•Make a difference in people's lives
About MTC Australia
MTC Australia is a leading social enterprise committed to creating opportunities for people to gain employment, skills training, work experience and career planning. With sites across the Sydney metropolitan area, we assist over 20,000 people annually to complete accredited training, find meaningful work and become self-sufficient.
Youth Frontiers is a NSW Government youth mentoring program that targets students between the ages of 12 & 16, with the capacity to benefit from the support of a mentor. It's designed to help students build confidence, leadership skills and community connectedness.
What's on offer?
•Attractive remuneration package including salary packaging
•An exciting opportunity to be part of changing lives
•Career progression opportunities
•You'll be working at a place where everyone is welcome- a company that believes that a productive and fulfilling workplace depends on having a diverse range of experiences, perspectives, ethnicities and genders.
About the role
The Youth Advisor will be responsible for the safety, welfare, training and supervision of mentors and mentees. The position will be based in the Liverpool area and will operate across Sydney's west, south west and far west Local Government Areas. You will gain success through:
•Building and developing relationships with mentees/mentors and external stakeholders
•Facilitate various skills building workshops and evidence based programs for young people
•Advocate on behalf of young people with local schools, service providers and professionals
•Identify goals and strategies to ensure engagement and suitable objectives
•Supporting and promoting a mentoring/coaching culture
•Proven success in working within youth and/or mentoring programs particularly with CALD and disadvantaged youth
•Capacity to develop and guide successful mentor and mentee relationships
•Proven skills or knowledge in working with local government, schools and community
•High personal and ethical standards and strong written and verbal communication skills
•Demonstrated capacity for self-motivation and ability to time manage
•Hold a current and valid driver's licence
How to apply - You can apply via the MTC Website
We are reviewing and interviewing candidates as applications are received, so we encourage you to apply as soon as possible. Please accompany your resume with a cover letter that outlines your suitability for the role.
MTC Australia takes all reasonable measures to protect the safety and wellbeing of children and other vulnerable communities. As part of our employment screening process you will be required to undergo a National Police Clearance and a Working with Children Check.
At MTC you can become the impact you imagine in your community.
For more information contact: [email protected]