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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY – ACSJC Research & Projects Officer
The Australian Catholic Social Justice Council is seeking a Research and Projects Officer. This is a part-time position of three days per week based in Alexandria, Sydney.
Duties include: undertaking research and producing policy, education and advocacy resources; assisting in the running of Council meetings and other national events; preparing and facilitating group-work sessions; liaising with other church and community groups.
Essential: High-level research and writing skills; knowledge of Catholic Social Teaching and human rights; group work skills; advocacy skills; ability to work as part of a team; computer literate; relevant tertiary qualifications.
Desirable: familiarity with the social justice networks of the Church; experience in working with and servicing committees; ability to manage multiple priorities and deadlines.
Position Description: You can download a full Position Description from To be considered for this role, applications should address the Knowledge, Skills and Experience as listed in the position description.
Applications: Applications including three referees to be submitted via email to Jane Bashiruddin Applications close on 18 September 2017, 5pm
Enquiries: Ms Jane Bashiruddin 0447 238 432 or
The Australian Catholic Bishops Conference is an equal employment opportunity employer and promotes and supports a family friendly workplace. The successful applicant must be eligible to work in Australia and may be required to provide a Working with Children Check or a suitable Police Check as part of the recruitment process.
The Australian Catholic Bishops Conference respects your privacy. In applying for this position, you will be providing Australian Catholic Bishops Conference with personal including sensitive information. We can be contacted on 02 6201 9845. To find out more about how we will treat this information, please access our privacy collection notice from

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY – Volunteer Teacher Assistants
We are looking for an enthusiastic and committed volunteer to provide support to the teachers in the SEE program at our training sites in Gosnells, Cannington and Fremantle.  Some of the key activities you would be involved in are:
    Conversational groups
    One-on-one support to help students with reading, writing and/or numeracy to reinforce teacher-led activities
    Support computer activities
    Support various other activities
Experience in adult literacy and/or teaching adults English as an additional language is preferred but not essential.
Successful applicants will undergo a comprehensive 8-week training program (1 morning/week) and will also have access to mentoring.
Successful applicants will also be required to provide a current National Police Clearance (this may be reimbursed by Centacare – details to be provided upon application).
We are looking for committed volunteers to provide support for at least 6 months.  Our classes run from 9am-2.30pm week days during school terms. Flexible time arrangements can be made.
If you want to make a difference in the lives of others and help Centacare achieve its mission to “transform lives through education, training and employment”, then apply to volunteer with us today!
Contact:  Kate Richardson at for an application form.
WORK TYPE: Part Time
LOCATION: Gosnells, Cannington and Fremantle