Kiswahili Bi-Cultural Worker/Interpreter
FIXED TERM 30 JUNE 2021
PART TIME: 15 HOURS PER FORTNIGHT
The Kiswahili Bi-Cultural Worker has a focus on the support of
people in the Shepparton and surrounding district living as
asylum seekers or from a refugee background. The primary focus
for engagement is with people and community groups from other
ethnic backgrounds and languages.
Tasks may include but are not limited to providing health information, assistance with medical appointments, assistance in language support and
translation and general orientation to health services to newly
settled refugees. These tasks may be completed within the
context of individual and family support work or group work.
They will be employed as part of Primary Care Connect’s existing
Refugee Health Program.
The worker will be available for consult for both staff at PCC and
for members of the local refugee and asylum seeker population
in relation to health access, health literacy and health promotion.
Contact Hannah Dolling – Executive Manager Health on (03) 5823 3200 for further information regarding this position.
Applications close at Friday 21st August 2020 by 5pm.