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In-School Facilitator - Community Impact - Part Time/Casual

Location:  Sydney
Other locations:  Anywhere in Country
Salary: Competitive
Date:  5 Apr 2024

Job description

Requisition ID:  1484211

Facilitator, Primary and Secondary Schools, Community Impact (Part Time/Casual) Sydney


What if your career could have a lasting impact on you, and the World? 


At EY we believe that whoever you are, your uniqueness helps us stand apart.  

We bring together extraordinary people, like you, to build a better working world. 


What’s in it for you?  


Are you an individual with personal experience of disability, ready to share your journey with school-aged children to motivate and enlighten them about the importance of inclusion? If so, we are looking for people like you to make a difference in our communities.


We are looking for a Primary and Secondary School Facilitator to join the Community Impact team based in the Sydney region, NSW. This role is offered on a part time (22.5 hours per week) or casual basis requiring availability for up to three days of work per week, primarily during school term time.


The Community Impact team design, develop, implement and evaluate large-scale behaviour change, education and community programs on behalf of both corporations and governments, with an outcome to create a social benefit in society.


This exciting role is focused on the delivery of a program that equips Australian school-aged students with an understanding of living life with a disability and giving them a strong appreciation of social inclusion from an early age. The program is called Just Like You. We work in partnership with a children’s charity, whose funding and support means the program can be offered at no additional cost to primary schools. This is a genuine educational initiative delivered by a team of people who REALLY want to make a difference.


Check out the program at: NSW About Just Like You to find out more about a day in the life of a Facilitator.


We value diversity and encourage all kinds of thinkers to apply. We particularly welcome applications from people with a disability, as we feel that this role provides an opportunity to amplify those voices, offering a unique opportunity to share their experiences and perspectives, in turn enriching the understanding of living with a disability. 


Adjustments will be taken into account to suit the needs of the successful candidate.


Your key responsibilities


  • Deliver high quality disability inclusion workshops to school-aged students (Years 1-7) in Sydney and surrounding areas, in person and virtually
  • Build and maintain successful relationships with schools to ensure continued partnerships, whilst collecting valuable teacher feedback
  • Act as an outstanding brand ambassador for our client.



In-school facilitation will typically take place within a 60km radius of Sydney and therefore travel is a requirement of this position. Ideally, the successful candidate will hold a valid driver’s license and have access to their own car with compulsory third-party insurance. Alternative travel arrangements will be considered for any candidate who does not hold a valid driver’s license, and adjustments can be made for those who may require them to perform their role.



Skills and attributes for success 


  • Knowledge and understanding of living with a disability, including, if you feel comfortable doing so, sharing your lived experience and drawing on your personal stories to underpin the important message of social inclusion. 
  • Previous experience in presenting, teaching, educating or performing; ideally to school age groups (although this isn’t essential).
  • Ability to engage, inspire and motivate school-aged audiences through face-to-face and digital mediums.
  • Will be able to learn and retain content for presentations.
  • As a Facilitator, you must hold or be eligible to obtain a valid and current Working with Children Check.


It is preferred but not essential that you’ll also have: 


  • Flexibility to adapt to and embrace unexpected changes.
  • Administration skills with the ability to follow processes.
  • A purpose and values driven attitude – you want to make a positive impact in the community.
  • A self-motivated attitude, with the ability to work independently and remotely.


Whilst there is flexibility with the start date, we encourage you to apply as soon as possible.


What we can offer you 



Acknowledgement of Country 


EY acknowledges the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the lands on which EY offices are located around Australia. We pay our respects to their cultures, and to their Elders — past, present, and emerging. Find out more about our vision for reconciliation at 


Apply now… we’re over 9,000 perspectives in Australia and we’re ready to welcome yours.  

 Diversity, equity, and inclusiveness (DE&I) are core to who we are, how we work and how we live our values. We hold a collective commitment to continue to drive an environment where all differences are valued, practices are equitable, and everyone experiences a sense of belonging— where people are inspired to team and lead inclusively in their interactions every day. We encourage applications from people of all ages, nationalities, abilities, cultures, sexual orientations, and gender identities and are committed to providing an equitable and barrier free recruitment experience for all. We encourage you to share any support and adjustments you need to be your best and participate equitably in our recruitment process. We understand sharing your needs with us can be daunting, so if you have questions before or during your application, we welcome you to get in touch at Anything you tell us will be kept completely confidential. 


The exceptional EY experience. It’s yours to build. 

EY | Better Working World

Our preferred applicant will be required to undertake employment screening by EY or our external third-party provider.

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