NSW Health are recruiting Ukrainian Facilitators
Families in Cultural Transition (FICT) is a program run by Bi-cultural Facilitators (paid) over 10 weeks and it focuses on understanding the conceptual frameworks underpinning Australian society + impact of migration on families and development of healthy coping strategies.
NSW Health also pay for child minders, venue and refreshments for each group. FICT groups can be held at any time and any location that works for the community and participants.
Please review the following documents for more information:
Closing date for applications is Monday 25th April 2022.
Settlement Services International (SSI) is looking to urgently appoint Bilingual Guides
SSI is looking to urgently appoint Bilingual Guides with the ability to speak, read and write in Ukrainian, Ukrainian Russian whilst also being proficient in written and spoken English. The roles are casual, and you should preferably have an availability to work a minimum of 3 days per week, starting ASAP.
- Bilingual Guides | Ukrainian Speakers & Ukrainian Russian speakers
- Casual Positions | Attractive Casual Rates | Collaborative Team and great leadership support !
- Sydney Based | Opportunity to help the community ! Leading Not For Profit Organisation
As part of your role as a Bilingual Guide you may be required to assist in the reception and settlement newly arrived Ukrainians who are accessing the Humanitarian Settlement Program (HSP).
You may be required to undertake basic casework tasks related to early settlement and community orientation as directed by a Caseworker or Team Leader and support community orientation and other client activities as needed.
Closing date for applications is Saturday 1st May 2022.
Sessional Bilingual Community Educator
The NSW Refugee Health Service (RHS) is seeking to recruit a Bilingual Community Educator (BCE)
The NSW Refugee Health Service (RHS) is seeking to recruit and train a sessional Ukrainian speaking, Bilingual Community Educator (BCE) to deliver health education programs to newly arrived Ukrainian refugees. BCEs are an integral part of the RHS in assisting and conducting culturally and linguistically appropriate health programs. The programs include navigating the NSW Health Care System, Oral Health and Women’s Health information.
BCEs session payment is $55.30 per hour (usually 2 hours per session). Any additional time for session preparation or other time worked will be paid at $38.30 per hour. Travel cost is also covered.
Please send your applications and questions to Lidija Sestakova
Closing date for applications is Sunday 2nd May 2022