The City of Kalamunda has a dedicated Youth & Community Assistant (YCA) who works within the Community Development team to encourage, support and interact with young people within the local government area by creating and hosting a variety of activities and events with the Youth Team.
You will work primarily with the Youth Team under guidance from the Youth and Community Development Officer (YCDO), together forming the Youth Team. The YCDO will provide mentorship and assistance helping you make the most out of this experience.
This is a great opportunity to learn new skills, gain professional experience and interact with community and business stakeholders. It is a great position to build skills and prepare for the workforce, while actively making a difference in your community.
Some of the YCA's main tasks will include:
Applications for the 2022 position open in October 2021.
For further information or to answer any of your questions, please contact the current Youth & Community Assistant via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on (08) 9257 9867.
Hear from past YCAs:
"The YCA position is an amazing opportunity to get some experience within the local government. The 15 hours a week gave me the perfect balance between full time study and work, allowing me to gain valuable skills to take with me in the future. I highly recommend this opportunity for any high school graduate!"- Malindi S. 2020
"The YCA position has helped me develop many skills vital to the workplace. I was able to continue full time study at university and have a steady income to help support myself. I have had so much fun being a part of the community development team."- Caitlin S. 2019
"I can’t recommend the YCA position enough! It gives you experience working with an amazing team to provide the community with great programs and events. The flexibility of the role also allowed me to continue my university studies."– Bella D. 2018
Activities & Events
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.