Job Opportunities

Please note: As an NDIS provider, Expression Australia is required to conduct compliance checks including Police Check & Disability Worker Exclusion List (DWEL) checks against the preferred candidate before the candidate’s employment being confirmed i.e. before a contract of employment is provided.

 Outcomes of compliance checks do not automatically bar disqualify candidates from a position however a risk assessment will need to be taken against the inherent requirements of the job.

Video Editor & Production Assistant - Casual 

 Editor/Production Assistant

  • Flexible casual hours - 2 days a week
  • Convenient East Melbourne location near public transport

We have an exciting opportunity available for a creative and dedicated Editor/Production Assistant to join our close-knit Sign Language Video Productions team. The Video Productions team make information accessible to the Deaf community in their first language, Auslan. Our clients range from Government departments to community organisations to productions for Expression Australia.

If you have recently graduated from a higher education film course and you are looking for flexible hours in an innovative environment, this is the perfect opportunity for you. As our newest team member, you will use your knowledge of the suite of Adobe applications to film and produce videos shot in our greenscreen studio and on location. You will have an interest to learn Auslan and about the Deaf community. This unique role presents a rare opportunity for you to develop your skills with visual story telling.

If you are a creative team player who is able to be flexible to the needs of each project, we would like to hear from you.

To apply for this role, please provide a resume with a cover letter addressing the job competencies found in the Position Description, along with a showreel of your work to hr@expression.com.au before the closing date 9am Friday 18 October 2019.

 

Expression of Interest - Casual Residential Support Workers

We are inviting expressions of interest for the role of Residential Support Worker. 

The Residential Support Worker position is casual and will be based at our Accommodation Services premises in Nunawading. At Accommodation Services, we provide 24/7 residential services to Deaf residents with various disabilities. 

As one of our Residential Supoort Workers, you will support residents to live the life they choose, which can involve support with accessing the community, developing independent living skills and attending personal appointments. You may also be responsible for the administration of resident's medication and there is a component of reporting, documentation and administration involved in the role. 

Ideally, you will have:

  • Extensive knowledge of Deaf culture, language and communication strategies
  • Native or native-like fluency in Auslan, with Auslan or Interpreting qualifications preferred
  • Minimum Certificate III in Community or Disability Services (preferred)
  • Current Driver's Licence
  • First Aid Level 2
  • Experience working with Expression Australia client cohorts, including people who are Deaf, hard of hearing, LGBTIQA+ or those with disabilities
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office products
  • Experience in cooking meals and with food safety and hygiene
  • Awarness of appropriate and relevant technology and assistive devices
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with a positive and flexible attitude, and the ability to resolve conflict quickly
  • Flexibility to complete sleepovers and weekend shifts

Successful candidates will be required to undergo a Disability Worker Exclusion Scheme (DWES) Check and National Police Check as part of the recruitment process. 

For more detailed information about this position, including job outcomes and performance indicators, please read the Position Description

To submit your interest for this position, please send your CV and a cover letter addressing your skills and experience as they relate to the role to recruitment@expression.com.au.

 

Expression of Interest – Early Childhood Auslan Teachers

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We are inviting expressions of interest across Victoria for full time and part time roles of Early Childhood Auslan Teacher.

In this role you will be delivering sessional Auslan Early Learning Programs in Victorian kindergartens.

This is an exciting opportunity for enthusiastic Early Childhood educators with Auslan skills to join our passionate team and engage the wider community in learning Auslan. Working with the Learning and Training team, you will be supported with personal development opportunities and resources.

Ideally, you will have:

  • Fluent Auslan skills, and knowledge of the Deaf community and culture
  • Teaching experience in early childhood education and care settings (preferably in an accredited kindergarten program) 
  • A current Victorian Drivers Licence
  • A Bachelor of Education – Early Childhood Education
  • Other early childhood (e.g. Diploma in Early Childhood Education) or teaching (Bachelor of Education, Primary) qualifications will be considered
  • Well-developed interpersonal and time management skills
  • Membership of ATAV (Auslan Teachers' Association of Victoria) or other professional bodies advantageous

We can offer you:

  • Various locations and work settings
  • Teaching resources and materials
  • Access to salary packaging benefits
  • Access to Employee Assist Program (EAP)
  • A professional and supportive environment
  • Professional development opportunities

Please note successful candidates will be required to undergo a police check and working with children check as part of the recruitment process.

For more information on this role, please see the Position Description. To apply please send your resume and cover letter to recruitment@expression.com.au

 

Expression of Interest - Casual Auslan Teachers

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We are inviting expressions of interest across Victoria for the role of Casual Auslan Teacher. 

In this role you will be delivering Auslan training in various settings including community classes, tailored in-home tuition, workplace courses and school LOTE programs.

This is an exciting opportunity for enthusiastic tutors to join our passionate team and engage the wider community in learning Auslan. Working with the Learning and Training team, you will be supported with personal development opportunities and resources.

This role will be over a variety of hours including weekdays, evenings and weekends. 

Ideally, you will have:

  • Fluent Auslan skills, and knowledge of the Deaf community and culture
  • Some teaching experience
  • A current Victorian Drivers Licence
  • A Bachelor of Education (LOTE- Auslan), TAE or diploma is desirable
  • Well developed interpersonal and time management skills

We can offer you:

  • Various locations and work settings – choose a location and setting that suits you!
  • Teaching resources and material
  • A professional and supportive environment
  • Professional development opportunities

Plaese note successful candidates will be required to undergo a police check and Working with Children check as part of the recruitment process.

You can view the Position Description here. To apply please send your resume and cover letter to recruitment@expression.com.au

 

Expression of Interest - Casual Support Workers

Please click here to view this advertisement in Auslan.

We are inviting expressions of interest from people all over Victoria and Tasmania for the role of Casual Support Worker. 

Our casual Support Worker positions are casual, and in this role you will be supporting individuals to successfully achieve their identified goals. The role will provide support that is tailored to meet the needs of an individual. This may be to develop independence, learn & develop new skills, engage with local community, or become empowered to lead a successful life. We believe everyone has a right to be part of their local communities as well as to learn skills to lead a more independent life.

Ideally, you will be comfortable working with a variety of people, ages, backgrounds and support needs. You will be confident in your ability to provide a quality professional service to all individuals. 

Experience working in the Deaf or hard of hearing community is highly desirable, including working with Deaf and hard of hearing people with complex support needs. 

Auslan competency or experience with communicating with people with a hearing loss is highly desirable and important for successful performance in the role. 

This role will provide support over a variety of hours including weekdays, evenings and weekends. 

 Key responsibilities of this role include:

  • Support individuals to work through and achieve their identified goals
  • Provide support to increase skills, independence and participation within the community
  • Liaise with families, parents, support coordinators and other relevant community organisations, if required
  • Attend to administration tasks including case notes, claim forms and service improvement ideas

You should have either completed or have interest in completing a Certificate IV in Community Services, or have another relevant qualification and/or relevant work or life experience. 

For further information about this position, please read the Position Description

Successful candidates will be required to undergo a Disability Worker Exclusion Scheme (DWES) check, police check and Working with Children check as part of the recruitment process.

To apply please send your resume and cover letter to recruitment@expression.com.au.

 

Expression of Interest - Casual Interpreters

Expression Australia’s language services department, Auslan Connections, is seeking expressions of interest for casual interpreters, who are either NAATI Certified or at the Certified Provisional level. As an interpreter, you will provide effective delivery of Auslan interpreting, including ethical management of assignments for organisations, Deaf and hard of hearing individuals, and other clients.

 This role is ideal for interpreters motivated to provide a high quality service to the Deaf and wider community to allow access and clear communication in a wide variety of settings.

Preferred credentials

  • NAATI Certified Auslan interpreter
  • Qualification in Interpreting
  • Experience in a variety of settings

Minimum Credentials

  • NAATI Certified Provisional Interpreter
  • Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills
  • A commitment to ethical interpreting principles and applying this in your decision making
  • Respectful of colleagues and clients, and willing to work with a team to effect the best outcome
  • Strong commitment to professional development
  • Ability to reflect on past assignments to improve future work

Please refer to a copy of the Position Description for further details.

We can offer you:

  • Ongoing support and professional development, including an Employment Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Experience working with a variety of settings
  • Working within your chosen field of expertise
  • Salary Packaging available to Not for Profit Organisations. If you choose to salary package it reduce the amount of tax you pay which increases your take home pay – for more information, see www.salary.com.au

If you would like to work with us, please send your CV detailing your skills and expierence to recruitment@expression.com.au.

If you have any questions, please contact the Program Manager, Contracts & Compliance Language Services, Erica Gilmore at erica.gilmore@expression.com.au or on (03) 9473 1158