Empower your community to understand their rights in the workplace

Workers’ Rights Education and Supports Program (WRESP) is currently recruiting community members to provide work rights education to migrant and refugee communities in Queensland. WRESP is a 4-year program funded by the Queensland Government.

For this round of recruitment, the Program is looking for community members who are able to attend the initial information session and 3 training workshops delivered in person in Brisbane. The next round of recruitment will take place early next year in the regions (locations to be confirmed).

What does a Community Champion do?

A Community Champion is a trusted person in their community, or someone who wants to become a trusted person by building strong, authentic, respectful relationships, and have passion for positive change in your community.

The Community Champions will have a total of 50 hours of paid work over a 6-month period. This is a casual position with a salary level of 2.4 in the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services (SCHADS) Industry Award.

Time includes: participating in one information session on 9 December 2023, and 3 training workshops between 3 February 2024 and 2 March 2024. Initial sessions will be delivered in-person at Multicultural Australia facilities – 28 Dibley Street, Woolloongabba, Brisbane QLD.

To find out more or express your interest, email the Program Coordinator.

Find out more about the program.