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The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity & Health is diverse, engaging and innovative place to work. Our staff are passionate and enthusiastic about what they do. We foster leadership and personal growth, have flexible working arrangements and attractive salary packaging options. We can offer you rewarding career if you are interested in the field of multiculturalism and wellbeing.
We support professional development and encourage staff to participate in learning and networking opportunities. Staff are able to attend our monthly cultural responsiveness workshops as well as attend industry events, conferences and pursue additional learning. Staff are also invited to attend Journal Club which is run by our research team. The purpose of Journal Club is to discuss and critically analyse the latest literature on areas surrounding health care, cultural competence, health literacy, and consumer participation.
Health and Wellbeing
We value the health and wellbeing of our staff and offer a number of physical and mindfulness activities. These include activities such as pilates, yoga and personal training.
Multicultural Drug Support – Engagement and Project Officer
EFT 1 x 0.8, 2 x 0.6 Positions
20 month contract
Level commensurate with skills and experience (as per AWARD)
SCHADS Community Development Worker Class 2
North Richmond location
The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity & Health (CEH) is a unique agency offering expertise in cultural diversity and health, cultural competence, social marketing, cross-cultural communication and consumer participation and health literacy to organisations across Australia.
We assist other organisations to provide a high quality of service to clients from migrant and refugee backgrounds. Our clients include hospitals, government departments, local councils, health centres, community services and higher education providers. We support them with training, social marketing services, advice, resources and information.
Multicultural Drug Support (MDS) is a program of CEH. We work collaboratively with ethnic communities to improve health literacy regarding alcohol and other drugs (AoD). The program was established in response to unmet community needs including the lack of culturally sensitive support for whole families regarding AoD and mental health issues post arrival.
CEH is part of North Richmond Community Health, an agency committed to making health care more accessible and culturally relevant.
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Indian Peer Educator
EFT: Casual (50 hrs in total)
Various locations in the
Western and Eastern suburbs of Melbourne
Applications close: COB 9th Oct 2019
The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity & Health (CEH) assists health, government and community organisations to offer a high quality of service to clients from migrant and refugee backgrounds by building the capacity of the organisation through training and innovation and working directly with communities in education and advocacy. CEH includes a fee-for-service arm as well as discrete programs that focus on health service delivery and sexual health and blood borne viruses (including viral hepatitis).
CEH is part of North Richmond Community Health, an agency committed to making healthcare more accessible and culturally relevant.
This position will assist in the implementation of a peer education program by the Multicultural Health and Support Service (MHSS). The Peer Educator will attend orientation and training sessions, and contribute to the development of session content for the Indian community. After completing the training, they will be expected to facilitate sessions within the Indian community in either English or Hindi.
The Peer Educator will also work with other Peer Educators from the Indian community. MHSS is looking to recruit 4 male and 4 female for this role. Individuals 18 years or older who speak Hindi and English are encouraged to apply.
To apply for this role you will need to send a copy of your résumé and fill out the Peer Educator Application Form.
For enquiries relating to this position, contact:
Community Engagement & Project Officer, Multicultural Health and Support Service CEH
Office phone: # 9418 9921