Queensland Family and Child Commission recruiting youth advocates

The Queensland Family and Child Commission (QFCC) are recruiting youth advocates, who can represent the issues that are important to young Queenslanders. These are paid casual positions, which can contribute to government and stakeholder decisions making. Youth Advocates are vital to amplifying the voices and experiences of young Queenslanders and influencing decision makers on issues that impact young people.

Expression of interest are open to young people living in Queensland who are aged between 14 and 25. They are particularly interested in candidates that identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, young people who have experience in the child protection or youth justice system, and young people from rural and remote areas.

Find out more at the QFCC website.