Multicultural Community Liaison Officer - Mount Druitt Police Area Command - Mount Druitt - NSW Police Force
Clerk Grade 3/4 Ongoing Full-Time Mount Druitt JOB NOTES: To be eligible to apply for this ongoing role, you must : be an Australian Citizen, an Australian Permanent Resident or a New Zealand Citizen (with a Special Category Visa) ( Note: You will be required to provide evidence that you are eligible to work in Australia (e.g. Australian Citizenship, Permanent Residency)); be Proficient in a language other than English; and hold a current Drivers Licence with a clear driving record for 6 months.
A Talent Pool (valid up to 12 months) may be created from this recruitment for future ongoing or temporary roles. A Working With Children Check (WWCC) is a prerequisite for this role. The applicant is responsible for applying for their own WWCC (an employer cannot apply on behalf of a worker) and if the outcome is a clearance, the Check is valid for five (5) years and may be used for any child-related work in NSW.
You can apply for a Working With Children Check by clicking here For your application to be considered, you must: attach a cover letter; attach an up-to-date Resume/CV; and address each of the Target Questions in the text boxes provided in the online application or attach as a separate document. Please limit your response to no more than 1 page per question. Please do not attach copies of Qualifications, Certificates or documentation (other than a Resume/CV) - you can bring these if called for interview.
Prior to commencement, the successful candidate will be required to undergo a rigorous National Police (criminal history) Check and obtain and maintain a Security Clearance as determined by the NSW Police Force. Applications can only be submitted electronically online via the I Work for NSW website. For information on applying for roles with the NSW Police Force click here To view or download the Role Description click here APPLICATIONS CLOSE: SUNDAY 24 NOVEMBER 2019 at 11.
59 pm Responsibilities The Multicultural Community Liaison Officer (MCLO) is responsible for providing advice and support in the management of multicultural issues for NSW Police Force. They establish and maintain close personal rapport, implement strategies to engage and work effectively with culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities and influence responsive and sensitive service delivery to these communities. Key Accountabilities: Build rapport and maintain close relationships with CALD communities with the aim to encourage these communities to work with police when addressing issues involving crime and violence.
Provide assistance and support to CALD community groups regarding crime prevention and preventative programs relevant to policing in order to reduce crime and build relationships. Consult with and provide advice to stakeholders on CALD issues. Promote the role, purpose and responsibilities of NSW Police Force to CALD communities and wider community.
Support police to deliver quality customer service that is responsive to the needs and experiences of C....