Our Workshop Presenters are at the forefront of education, presenting pre-created workshop content in schools and workplaces around Victoria.
ABOUT THE ROLE
Minus18 delivers high impact education workshops for young people and those who work with them (including teachers, youth workers and businesses). We believe that community education and open conversations are key to developing connection with our allies, and empowering them to support the LGBTIQ community.
Our Workshop Presenters are at the forefront of this education - presenting pre-created workshop content in schools and workplaces around Victoria. As a Workshop Presenter, you will be a LGBTIQ leader within the community, and expected to model this in your personal and professional profiles.
- Role LGBTIQ Workshop Presenter
- Status Casual
- Days Monday - Saturday - Approximately 2-3 days per week
- Length Looking for people who can commit 1 year
- Location Victoria Wide - Including the Minus18 - Collingwood Office
- Reports to Manager of Business and Outreach
- Remuneration Starting $34.08 / hour + SUPER
Roles and Responsibilities
- Deliver interactive, positive and friendly LGBTIQ Youth Workshops to young people in schools and community groups.
- Deliver interactive LGBTIQ Adult Workshops to teachers, youth workers and businesses.
- Represent Minus18 and our youth-centric brand on panel discussions, public speaking opportunities and attending festival stalls.
- Travel throughout Victoria (and occasionally Australia) to deliver these workshops and speaking engagements.
- Be a role model within workshops and on social media to build LGBTIQ inclusive education through compassion, kindness and patient towards people who are still learning what LGBTIQ inclusion means.
- Build relationships with the community to grow the Minus18 brand, and the number of people booking our workshops.
- Other tasks as directed by the manager.
Key Selection Criteria
- Experience acting, presenting, public speaking or workshop facilitation.
- A strong understanding of the experiences, barriers and needs of LGBTIQ young people in Australia.
- Ability to navigate topics relating to sexuality, body, gender and identity in a positive, patient and engaging way.
- A work ethic that is self driven, self organised and highly motivated.
- Awesome and friendly interpersonal skills, suitable for both youth and adult audiences.
- Lived experience or strong understanding of diverse identities within the community, including people of colour, transgender and non-binary communities, indigenous communities, people with a disability, and/or people from regional areas.
- Ability to grow with the role, and take on more hours and more opportunities as they are created.
- Live and breathe social justice and a demonstrated passion for social change.
You must have:
- A valid Australian License, and daily access to your own vehicle.
- A valid and successful Victorian Government Working with Children Check .
- A successful Police Background Check.
- A copy of your CV
- A cover letter responding to each key selection criteria (max 2 pages - please use each as a header)
- A list of your available work days.
- A short, 30 - 60 second video introducing yourself - recorded on your phone is fine.
Closes: 5PM Wednesday 11th of July 2018
- LGBTIQ_Workshop_Presenter-2018.pdf (173 Downloads)