Jobs with WHIN

Positions Vacant

‘Let’s Talk Money’ Peer Educators/Trainers

Casual positions until 31 October 2020

‘Let’s Talk Money’ is a financial literacy (money management) education project working with migrant and refugee women in Melbourne’s north. WHIN is seeking to employ seven new peer educators to join the existing ‘Let’s Talk Money’ team. The peer educators will attend 20 hours of training in June 2019. The peer educators are then responsible for organising workshops with groups of women in their community, and delivering five ‘Let’s Talk Money’ workshops. WHIN is seeking women who speak one or more of the following languages: Mandarin, Vietnamese, Dinka, Oromo, Somali.

Please see the attached Position Description for a list of key selection criteria and for contact details if you have a question.

Closing date for applications: Friday 26 April 2019, 5pm.

 

Student Placements

WHIN has limited student placement opportunities.  If you are interested in completing a placement at WHIN, please check with your university/college to find out if there are any available as we are unable to respond to queries directly.

WHIN believes student placements work best when they are mutually beneficial: a rewarding learning experience for the student, and the benefit of the student’s skill-set for WHIN. As such, WHIN only offers placements when there is a specific project to complete, and when staff have capacity to offer high quality supervision and support to the student.

 

Volunteering

WHIN occasionally has volunteering opportunities. As with student placements, WHIN believes volunteering works best when it is mutually beneficial: a rewarding workplace experience for the volunteer, and the benefit of the volunteer’s skill-set for WHIN. As such, WHIN only offers volunteering opportunities when there is a specific project to complete, and when staff have capacity to offer high quality supervision and support to the volunteer.

 

Inquiries about Student Placements or Volunteering

If you meet the criteria to undertake a student placement through your learning institution and feel you meet the other criteria described above to undertake a placement or volunteer work, please email us.