Scarlet Alliance has two Positions Vacant (Sydney)

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Scarlet Alliance, March 2016

  • Please note that sex work experience is necessary to apply for these jobs

Scarlet Alliance, Australian Sex Workers Association, through their objectives, policies and programs, aims to achieve equality, social, legal, political, cultural and economic justice for past and present workers in the sex industry, in order for sex workers to be self-determining agents, building their own alliances and choosing where and how they work.

  1. Migration Project Officer – 2 days per week – Sydney

If you are a bilingual sex worker who can speak, read and write either Thai / Cantonese / Mandarin / Korean and English, Scarlet Alliance needs you for the Migration Project! We are currently recruiting for a Migration Project Officer for the Sydney office, 2 days per week to work alongside the Migration Project Manager.

The Migration Project Officer’s role involves 4 main parts.

1- To support migrant sex workers with migration and legal issues and advice on workplace rights and responsibilities;

2- To support the capacity of state and territory peer educators in delivering services to migrant sex workers;

3- To represent issues for migrant sex workers to a variety of stakeholders with evidence that is informed by regular Migrant Sex Worker Steering Committee meetings;

4- Work in partnership with Empower Thailand to increase the information that is available to sex workers in Thailand on their legal and migration rights and responsibilities.

More information and application kit is available at http://scarletalliance.org.au/library/APPLIC_KIT_MPO_Bilingual_SYD_%20MAR16

If you are interested in the position but unsure whether you meet the selection criteria please call Jules on 02 9517 2577.

Applications close on the 7th of April, 2016.

Applications addressing the selection criteria (outlined in the attached application kit) along with a current CV and at least two (2) referees, must be received by 5pm on 7th of April, 2016.

  1. National Training and Assessment Program Coordinator  – 1 day per week– Sydney

This dynamic and rewarding position is based in Sydney. The Scarlet Alliance National Training and Assessment Program aims to increase the workforce development of, and number of, trained and qualified sex worker peer educators through separate training and assessment packages designed by sex workers to meet the needs of sex worker peer educators. The assessments are a formally recognised, national diploma qualification through a partnership with an external Registered Training Organisation (RTO).

The SANTAP coordinator is responsible for the coordination of the assessment of peer educators, the facilitation of the SANTAP Assessors Network, monitoring and promoting the National Peer Educator Training Online Project, promotion of SANTAP amongst the Scarlet Alliance membership, and liaising between the RTO and Scarlet Alliance.

More information and application kit is available at http://scarletalliance.org.au/library/APPLIC_KIT_SANTAP_SYD_%20MAR16

If you are interested in the position but unsure whether you meet the selection criteria please call Jules on 02 9517 2577.

Applications close on the 7th of April, 2016.

Applications addressing the selection criteria (outlined in the attached application kit) along with a current CV and at least two (2) referees, must be received by 5pm on 7th of April, 2016.

 

 

 

 

By J Pope

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