Multicultural NSW promotes community harmony and social cohesion in one of the most culturally diverse states in the world
Our purpose is to build and maintain a cohesive and harmonious multicultural society that enriches the lives of all the people of NSW.
Our vision is for a stronger NSW: social, cultural and economic prosperity through cultural diversity.
We are driven by three key principles:
We promote community harmony and social cohesion. We are the lead agency for implementing the policy and legislative framework to support multicultural principles in NSW.
Multicultural NSW acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land and the waterways of this state. We pay respect to the elders past, present and future of all Aboriginal nations. As Australia’s first people, they have an important role to play in shaping the identity of our state.
Multicultural NSW Code of Conduct >>
All available positions at Multicultural NSW are advertised on iworkfor.nsw.gov.au.
Multicultural NSW is committed to equal employment opportunities, work health and safety, best practice multicultural principles and ethical work practices.
Applicants for permanent positions must be Australian citizens or permanent residents.
Applicants for temporary positions must be: Australian citizens or permanent residents or temporary residents with a current work visa.
Applicants are invited to contact the nominated contact officer, whose details will be in the advertisement, to obtain an information package. After receiving the information package, you may wish to ask questions relating to the position. The nominated contact officer will be only too happy to answer any questions you may have, as well as to provide background information relating to Multicultural NSW. Additional information is also available on this website or through I work for NSW.
Multicultural NSW employs staff covered by three awards:
All vacant positions are advertised on the I work for NSW website and in various multicultural newspapers. You need to obtain an information package from us and submit your application addressing in full the application requirements as stated in the advertisement by the nominated closing date. We value the time you take in developing your application and will acknowledge receipt of all applications for employment.
A minimum of two people will form the selection panel. The panel will review all applications for a position and identify those that are shortlisted to progress to the selection stage of the recruitment process. The shortlisted applicants will be formally invited in writing to complete no less than three assessment events as part of a comparative assessment against the requirements of the role and any other shortlisted candidates. Your formal invitation will include all the instructions and information you will need to complete the assessment events. In addition, you will be advised of the names and roles of all panel members.
The selection panel will recommend for approval by the Agency Head, the most suitable applicant for the role. All other applicants will be advised if they have been successful or not at the conclusion of the selection process, once the approved candidate for the role has accepted an offer of employment.
NSWBuy offers services that help government buyers and small-to-medium enterprises do business with each other. As well as improved supply pathways such as tendering systems, suppliers can register for business opportunities that may arise with the NSW Government.
Please visit the NSW Government Procurepoint to find information regarding the supply of goods and services to Multicultural NSW: https://www.procurepoint.nsw.gov.au/.
The Multicultural NSW Legislation Amendment Act 2014 amends the Community Relations Commission and Principles of Multiculturalism Act 2000, and renames it The Multicultural NSW Act 2000 (the Act). The Act establishes Multicultural NSW as the government agency in NSW responsible for promoting and monitoring the multicultural principles set out in the Act (our mandate). Additionally, the legislation establishes the position and responsibilities of the Chief Executive Officer and identifies the Premier and the Minister for Multiculturalism jointly as the responsible Minister. The legislation sets up the Advisory Board and the Regional Advisory Councils and their functions and responsibilities. Reporting on the implementation of the multicultural principles is also established by the Act.
The multicultural principles guide the development and implementation of multicultural policy in NSW.
In essence, these principles commit us and the people of NSW to:
Read the Act >>
If you have any questions about Multicultural NSW we would love to hear from you.
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or call (02) 8255 6767
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