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Project and Administration Officer Deakin, Canberra, ACT, Australia Reference: 5794904 Excellent opportunity to work with a national not for profit organisation Full-time position to June 2022 (with possible extension) Competitive salary range of $77,000 (FTE), plus super, plus charity salary packaging options Supportive, family-friendly work environment About us
Project Manager Deakin, Canberra, ACT Deakin, Australia Reference: 5795696 Excellent opportunity to use your strategic and operational project management skills with a national not for profit organisation Full-time position - 3 year contract with option to extend a further 12 months Competitive remuneration package with a salary range of $95,000 - $105,000 (FTE), plus super and charity salary packaging options Supportive, family-friendly work environment Preferred location is Canberra but interest from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide applicants are welcomed About Us
Partnerships Coordinator Full-time position to June 2022 (with possible extension) Deakin, Australia Reference: 5794667 Excellent opportunity to work with a national not for profit organisation Use your leadership, communication and strategic skills to cultivate and nurture relationships Competitive salary range of $86,000 (FTE), plus super, plus charity salary packaging options Supportive, family-friendly work environment About us
Policy and Project Officer Deakin, Canberra, ACT, Australia Reference: 5794916 Excellent opportunity to work with a national not for profit organisation Full-time position to June 2022 (with possible extension) Competitive salary range of $77,000 (FTE), plus super, plus charity salary packaging options Supportive, family-friendly work environment About us
Executive Assistance Team Support Officer Deakin, Canberra, ACT Deakin, Australia Reference: 5790674 Excellent opportunity to ‘make a difference' & work with a national not for profit organisation Part-time position (20 - 25 hours p.w on a fixed term contract with a strong chance of extension) Competitive salary of $75,170 (FTE), plus super, plus charity salary packaging options Supportive, flexible and family-friendly work environment About us
Orygen has created a collection of resources about cultural diversity and mental wellbeing. The resources were developed to support the knowledge and skills of the youth mental health workforce, to work safely and inclusively with multicultural young people. To access the resources visit https://orygen.org.au/Training/Resources/Cultural-diversity-and-mental-wellbeing
Community organisations, Consumer carers family members
The Embrace Project is looking for participants from across Australia who are passionate about multicultural mental health and ready to contribute to the next phase of the project to achieve real change.   As part of the National Consumer and Carer group you will:  provide insight into multicultural mental health, particularly the views and interests of diverse mental health consumers and carers   offer solutions and strategies for improving the outcomes for all people who are living with mental health issues and their carers  assist in project implementation and ensuring meaningful project outcomes  support the distribution of national approaches  provide links to local multicultural communities  review communication and other documents  and so much more 
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The information below highlights the various ways people can receive their COVID-19 vaccines in individual states and territories across Australia.   COVID-19 vaccine eligibility If you are a person with disability or a NDIS participant, 12 years and over, you are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. Pfizer and Moderna are available if you are 12 years old and over. AstraZeneca is available if you are: 60 years old and over 18 to 59 years old – you can choose to have AstraZeneca after discussing with your health professional.   New South Wales Vaccination appointments are available at more than 3000 locations across New South Wales (NSW) including pharmacies, GPs and NSW Health clinics. There are many ways you can make a booking to receive your COVID-19 vaccine.
Consumer carers family members
The NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service working in partnership with UNSW is delivering a 2 hour training session for community leaders, community workers, and faith representatives working with CALD communities to promote uptake of vaccination, counter misinformation and address COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy. To book a session contact: your local Multicultural Health Unit or the NSW Refugee Health Service. More information about the workshops is available in this document.
Community organisations
Below are two NSW-based opportunities to request COVID-19 vaccine information sessions for community groups. Contact the NSW Refugee Health Service to request an in-language information session on COVID-19 vaccinations to communities with a refugee background. Contact RHS for details. Western Sydney Local Health District has developed a 1-hour COVID-19 vaccine information session for CALD communities living in Western Sydney. Bilingual trainers can deliver it in Arabic, Dari, Dinka, Punjabi, Urdu. Contact Daniel.Apat@health.nsw.gov.au.
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