Issam Alameh has joined our Living, Learning & Earning team as our Financial Inclusion Support Worker. He’s one of the seven new staff members who have come on board through the Victorian Government’s Working for Victoria initiative.
Manmeet lost her job when the pandemic started and spent six months unemployed and isolated at home. Then Working for Victoria gave her the opportunity to get back to work helping people who had been affected. We're thrilled to now have her as part of our team!
Thanh moved to Australia as a refugee with his parents when he was just one year old. Now he's determined to support young people through his new role with Concern Australia. "I’ve always wanted to give back and serve my community in a meaningful way. Now I’m doing it in this area. It’s so good."
Ella Crosling has recently joined our team as one of our new Youth Engagement Resource Officers, based at our south-east Melbourne site in Dandenong. She is one of seven new staff members employed through the Victorian Government’s Working for Victoria initiative.
We recently welcomed Florent Soli to the Concern Australia team as our new Multicultural Engagement Officer, a role created in partnership with Working for Victoria.
We’d like to introduce you to Neysa Charlton, who joins Concern Australia as After Hours Care and Holiday Program Coordinator for our LiveWires program in Collingwood. Neysa has taken over from Cynthia Mitchell, who was LiveWires Coordinator for nearly six years. We congratulate Cynthia on her new adventure [...]
Pictured: Yahye Ali - Hand Brake Turn Workshop Coordinator We are proud to welcome Yahye Ali to Concern Australia as our new Workshop Coordinator for Hand Brake Turn – North West. Ali comes with a wealth of automotive experience, having studied automotive engineering in New Zealand, after moving [...]