Following the growth of our organisation, we are looking for volunteers to assist with four Gender and Sexual Health workshops commencing on April 17th. The sessions will be incorporated into NMIT?s Young Adult Migrant Education Course and be held once a week for four weeks covering a variety of different topics.

The primary objective of the role is to assist with organising, presenting and evaluating the gender and sexual health seminars.

We are looking for medical/nursing students or someone with a medical, nursing or health background who may have experience promoting sexual health.

Key responsibilities of this role include:

Assisting in organising the Gender and Sexual Health Workshops;
Presenting topics to be covered in the sessions;
Helping the young migrants and refugees who are partaking in the program with group activities; and Facilitating discussions with young migrants and refugees about gender and sexual health

Person Specification:
A background in medicine, nursing, health or health promotion;
Experience facilitating groups particularly with health related topics preferred but not essential; and
Has an active interest in wanting a society in which refugees and asylum seekers are welcome, respected, safe, and in which refugees and asylum seekers can flourish and achieve their full potential.

MUST have a current Working With Children?s Check

Contact Detail: Sydel Fernandes

If you are interested in the above role, please contact RISE at