Weave Woolloomooloo Community Hub
Youth Engagement Worker

12 month fixed term contract
Part time – 8 day fortnight

  • Work with a dynamic, well-respected NGO with over 45 years experience providing place-based support alongside communities
  • Contribute to long-lasting change for clients and the community
  • Join a diverse and passionate team in a flexible and supportive organisation
  • Salary + super + leave loading + generous salary packaging options available. Weave pays above the SCHCADS Award hourly rate
  • Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants are strongly encouraged to apply

Located at Weave Woolloomooloo Community Hub in Woolloomooloo. The position is a 12 month fixed term part time (4 days per week – Tuesday – Friday/28 hours per week).

About Weave Youth & Community Services:

At Weave we believe when people are supported, they are empowered to change their own lives.

Since 1976, we have been providing a range of services and support to children, young people, families and communities who face complex issues and difficult circumstances.

Our work is about genuine, culturally safe, client-centred support that celebrates people’s strengths and capacity and harnesses these to achieve improved life outcomes. Community development and community capacity building is a cornerstone of our work.

The team at Weave are dedicated, experienced and are recognised for their engaging work and pioneering therapeutic approaches.

About the role:

The Weave Community Hub is a vibrant youth and family centre located on Gadigal country in the heart of Woolloomooloo. The Hub is a welcoming and safe space for young community members and young families from the area and surrounding suburbs.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to; co-designing and implementing youth led projects, groups and events that meet the needs of young people and young families in the area. A key part of this role is to develop and expand opportunities for youth participation and help build young people’s skills and capacity. Develop project ideas and all aspects of project plans including consultation, development, implementation, project management and evaluation.

You will be required to comply with budgets, seek funding opportunities, consult with young people, assist with volunteers, recruit people to participate, collect and record data and comply with required reporting. You will be required to assist and participate in the development and implementation of key Woolloomooloo events.

How to apply:

  • Read the Position Description
  • Send us your up to date resume and a document responding to each of the selection criteria (listed in the Position description), and outlining how you meet them.
  • Please send these documents to Patricia Vasquez, HR Manager via email: recruitment@weave.org.au

**Please Note: In order for us to properly assess your application, we require both your resume and the document addressing each of the selection criteria.

Please phone Kat on 0410 177 718 to discuss or for further information about the role.

View the Job Description

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, please apply as soon as possible.

**Due to high numbers of applicants, we will only contact those who been successful in proceeding to the interview stage