Working for Victoria – Youth Employment Coordinator
This role is a Temporary Full Time Role for 6-months, starting immediately.
Funding for the roles is through Jobs Victoria, Working for Victoria. Working for Victoria is part of the Victorian Government’s $1.7 billion Economic Survival Package announced in 2020 in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
About the role
The impacts of COVID-19 have seen a significant increase in young people unemployed and seeking work across the Mornington Peninsula. Additionally, as restrictions are eased and business are re-opening many employers are struggling to fill their vacant positions.
Working in collaboration with the Frankston and Mornington Peninsula Local Learning and Employment Network (FMPLLEN), the Brotherhood of St Laurence Community Investment Committee (BSL CIC) and other key internal and external stakeholders the Youth Employment Coordinator will develop and implement a schedule of capacity building interventions that aims to connect young people to employment opportunities across Frankston City Council and the Mornington Peninsula Shire as well as providing support and information to employers so that they can adequately support young people in their workplaces.
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How do I apply?
Applications can be made through the Jobs Victoria website.
The Jobs Victoria online hub matches jobseekers who are ready to work with employers who are looking for skilled and talented workers.