CMY is a not-for-profit organisation based in Victoria, providing specialist knowledge and support to young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds. Our vision is that young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds are connected, empowered and influential Australians.
We love to hear from candidates who can demonstrate how their skills and experience show a commitment to making a difference in the lives of the young people we represent, and who can share their passion and motivation for ensuring young people are empowered.
How to apply
When applying for a job at CMY, the following documents must accompany applications:
- Cover letter
- Document addressing each Key Selection Criteria.
Please submit applications in MS Word or PDF formats.
Only applicants that are successful in the shortlisting process will be notified by CMY, within two weeks of the application closing date.
Please refer to the following documents to assist with your application submission:
- Position Description for the job you are applying for; and
- Guidelines for applying for a job at CMY
CMY takes Child Safety seriously and shortlisted candidates are subject to child safety screening and assessment against child safety standards as part of our thorough recruitment process.
All applicants must have the right to work in Australia.
MY Education Project Officer (CMY262)
CMY seeks a MY Education Project Officer who will be responsible for coordinating the delivery of CMY’s component of the Refugee Education Support Program in the Wodonga region and in collaboration with other members of the MY Education team. The role also includes supporting out-of-school-hours learning support programs (OSHLSP) in the allocated region through delivery of elements of the Learning Beyond the Bell program.
- Hours: 19 hours per week (0.5 FTE), Part Time
- Fixed Term: until December 2023
- Annual Salary (SCHADS Level 5 ) : $93,334 inc Super (pro rata) + NFP Salary Packaging option
- Location: Carlton
- Applications Close: 12pm, Monday 4 July 2022
- Interviews: to be held in the week beginning 11 July 2022
- In line with CMY’s COVIDSafe practices and requirements, the successful applicant must be fully vaccinated with a TGA approved COVID-19 vaccine and provide evidence of COVID 19 vaccination, or exemption, if applies, prior to commencement
For further information, download the Position Description or contact Melanie Cutler – MY Education Team Leader, on (03) 9340 3782.
Applications including your resume and response to the Key Selection Criteria can be emailed to email@example.com using the subject line: <Insert your name> CMY262.
Youth Facilitator – Nhill (CMY188)
CMY seeks a Casual Youth Facilitator (1-2 days per week) to support the participation of young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds in Nhill. This role involves supporting CMY staff, volunteers and young people to organise events and co-facilitate regular social and youth leadership activities. This role involves actively promoting CMY’s work to young people and initiatives that promote social cohesion and diversity in the community.
- Hours: Casual
- SCHADS Level 2 : $36.40 per hour (includes 25% loading)
- Location: Nhill (part of CMY Ballarat-Ballarat team)
- Applications Close: : 12 pm, Thursday 30th June, 2022
- Interviews: to be held in the week beginning 4 July 2022
- In line with CMY’s COVIDSafe policy and practices, there is a requirement the successful applicant must provide evidence of receiving two doses of a TGA approved COVID-19 vaccine or exemption (if applicable), prior to commencement
For further information, download the Position Description or contact Shiree Pilkinton, Team Leader, CMY Ballarat-Wimmera on Ph: 0438 871 503
Applications including your cover letter, resume and response to the Key Selection Criteria can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject line: <Insert your name> CMY188.
Working for Victoria initiative
The Working for Victoria (WfV) Fund is part of the Victorian Government’s $1.7 billion Economic Survival Package to address the impact of the COVID-19 crisis. The Fund supports the creation of new short-term roles, and has partnered with Sidekicker to support job seekers to find work. Find out more
From working directly with young people through intensive case work support, to creating leadership opportunities for young people to be heard, we are constantly looking for ways to put young people at the centre of this change-making process.
CMY can assist youth sector organisations to create placement opportunities for students who are undertaking Youth Work, Community Services and Community Development degrees and diplomas, to ensure they are able to do the 100 or 250 hours placement that they must undertake to complete their qualification.
This is a real opportunity for a win-win – the youth sector can have the additional (free) capacity to undertake projects or complete work, and the students get the experience they need in the sector. If this is this something that your organisation may be interested in, find out more about the student placement.