Cultura is the new organisation resulting from the merger of Geelong Ethnic Communities Council (trading as Diversitat) and Multicultural Aged Care Services Geelong (MACS).
Our Purpose: Provide innovative services to support, care for and celebrate culturally diverse individuals through their life journey
Our Vision: Empowering diverse individuals and communities to reach their full potential
Our Values: Inclusion Integrity Sustainability Kindness
MACS and Diversitat have been serving the Geelong community for more than 40 years with a focus on our multicultural communities. As the new entity, Cultura operates across various sites delivering a range of services including residential aged care, home care and aged support services, settlement, training and education, financial counselling and disability support. We also operate a range of social enterprises including The Pulse community radio and various community events including the popular Pako Festa.
Cultura also offers an extremely generous salary packaging benefit, giving staff the opportunity to salary package up to $18,550 per annum of their pre-tax yearly income.
The Financial Counsellor provides service and activities to clients including: information, options, support and advocacy for individuals, families and groups of consumers and assists clients to identify, develop and implement strategies for redressing credit, debt and other financial issues.
This position will be contracted on a permanent part-time basis, working 22.5 hours per week.
Applications should include a cover letter that outlines why you believe you would be great for the position and a current resume. To apply, send your application to [email protected] with ‘Financial Counsellor’ as the subject line.
Employment is subject to the satisfactory completion of a Police Record Check, NDIS Worker Screening Check, Victorian Employee Working with Children’s Check. Cultura will pay for the costs associated with these Check’s.
We welcome applications from all diverse backgrounds including individuals that identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, LGBTIQ+, and individuals with disabilities or culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.