Careers

We celebrate and value the diversity of our employees. Their skills and experience are key to our ability to build strong partnerships with all our stakeholders and create change across Victoria. 

In-line with our commitment to increasing migrant and refugee young people’s access to employment, our recruitment and employment practices ensure we can walk the talk. These practices encourage applicants from multicultural backgrounds and support the diverse needs of our staff.

 

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 Youth Intern (CMY47)

  • 5 days per week (Full time), Fixed term until June 2018
  • $24.02 - $26.13 per hour, $47,463 to 51,632 per annum + Super
  • Pay rise of approximately 4% per annum
  • Generous entitlements including cultural leave options and flexible work arrangements.
  • Located at CMY Carlton Office

Work in a highly rewarding, dynamic environment making a real difference in the lives of young people.

The Centre for Multicultural Youth (CMY) is a leading independent organisation that helps migrant and refugee young people build positive lives in Australia. By focusing on young people’s strengths we are able to develop stronger communities, support other service providers and influence decision makers at local, state and national levels.

The Mary Danckert Internship Program was established in 2013 in honour of the late Mary Danckert, who in her time with CMY exemplified the organisation’s principles and values through a demonstrated deep passion and commitment to social justice and young people. By providing opportunities and support to young men and women from migrant and refugee backgrounds, the Internship Program continues Mary’s legacy.

Reporting to the Team Leader - Youth Leadership, the Youth Intern position involves skill development, providing general administrative support and specific roles in a variety of projects delivered by the Youth Leadership Team. In addition, the Youth Intern will at times have the opportunity to support the work of other teams across CMY, attend key events and participate in network opportunities.

The successful applicant will be a young person (aged 18-25) from a migrant or refugee background, who is studying or has recently completed tertiary qualifications in a relevant professional discipline (social sciences, community development, etc.).

They will also have:

  • Demonstrated understanding of the issues experienced by refugee and migrant young people.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and communication skills, including written and verbal.
  • Well developed organisational, planning and administration skills with a capacity to be flexible.
  • Excellent attention to detail and time management skills.

For further information and a detailed position description, click CMY47 PD Youth Intern_May2017.pdf

CMY takes Child Safety seriously and short listed candidates are subject to child safety screening and assessment against child safety standards as part of our thorough recruitment process.

Please email applications including a brief cover letter, current resume, and a statement specifically addressing each of the key selection criteria (outlined in the position description) to jobs@cmy.net.au by noon 12:00 pm Monday 29 May 2017 using the subject line: Youth Intern CMY47.


 MY Education Project Officer (South East) (CMY64)

  • 4-5 days per week (0.8 FTE – Full time) negotiable, Fixed term until 31 December 2018
  • $33.17 - $35.80 per hour, $65,543 to $70,740 per annum (pro rata) + Super
  • Pay rise of approximately 4%  per annum
  • Generous entitlements including cultural leave options and flexible work arrangements
  • Based at CMY Dandenong Office

Work in a highly rewarding and dynamic environment while making a difference in the lives of migrant and refugee young people.

The Centre for Multicultural Youth (CMY) is a leading independent organisation that helps migrant and refugee young people build positive lives in Australia. By focusing on young people’s strengths we are able to develop stronger communities, support other service providers and influence decision makers at local, state and national levels.

CMY’s MY Education Support team increases the connectedness of refugee and migrant young people to school and the community, in particular by strengthening out of school hours learning opportunities. The team also develops community partnerships to support learning inside and outside the classroom.

This is an exciting opportunity to support the learning needs of refugee and migrant young people in the southeast region of Melbourne and east Victoria.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Demonstrated experience in developing, brokering and implementing multi-stakeholder projects.
  • High level project management skills when working with diverse and multiple stakeholders.
  • An understanding of the education sector in particular schools, curriculum and the challenges for students and families with refugee and migrant backgrounds.
  • An ability to work independently, use own initiative and also work in a team environment and collaborate effectively with peers across multiple regions.
  • A demonstrated commitment to our principals: diversity, human rights and participation.

For further information and a detailed position description, click PD CMY64 MYEdu ProjOff_SE May2017.pdf

CMY takes Child Safety seriously and short listed candidates are subject to child safety screening and assessment against child safety standards as part of our thorough recruitment process. 

Please email applications including a brief cover letter, current resume, and a statement specifically addressing each of the key selection criteria (outlined in the position description) to jobs@cmy.net.au by noon 12:00 pm Monday 29 May 2017 using the subject line: MY Education Project Officer SE CMY64.