Get involved

    There are many ways to get involved with the Ethnic Communities Council of Victoria (ECCV)  such as those listed below.

    To keep up-to-date with ECCV activities, multicultural news and information please subscribe to our regular communications.

    Support ECCV

    Support us by making a financial donation, sponsor an event or gift us needed items by discussing our wishlist with our team. Email: eccv@eccv.org.au 

    Partner with ECCV

    Partner with us by co-hosting an event, project and/or a research paper. You will share in our extensive networks, expertise of community consultation and policy advocacy. Past joint partnerships included organisations such as Deakin University, Seniors Rights Victoria and Multicultural Arts Victoria just to mention a few. 

    Work for ECCV

    Located in the heart of multicultural Melbourne, ECCV has the vibrant surroundings of the iconic Sydney Road Coburg. ECCV celebrates difference. Together our team offers different experiences, abilities, responsibilities, culture, ethnicity, language, age, gender and sexual identity, faith and thoughts. This enables us to provide the best policy advocacy to the ethnic, migrant and refugee communities.  We work hard to raise awareness and provide helpful tips for our team to improve their physical, social and mental wellbeing. ECCV provides staff with training, professional development opportunities and experiences relating to public policy advocacy.

    Employment Vacancies

    Sector Communications & Engagement Officer

    An opportunity exists for a creative and driven Sector Communications & Engagement Officer to lead the development and production of key communications assets that support the ECCV’s engagement with a broad range of stakeholders.

    The position produces and publishes newsletters and an e-magazine, manages sector specific webpages, creates content for social media and collateral for a range of projects. The position requires skills and experience in digital design and engagement across a range of communications platforms.

    A full position description can be downloaded here

     The position is 0.8FTE and remunerated at Level 4 of the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award 2010.

    Applications close on Monday, 5 April 2021.  A CV and cover letter addressing the Key Selection Criteria can be sent by email to Victoria Kyriakopoulos, Media & Member Engagement Manager at eccv@eccv.org.au. Further information can be requested by phoning 0431 091 738.

    Suitably qualified candidates from a culturally and linguistically diverse background are strongly encouraged to apply. ECCV is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

     

     

    Volunteer with ECCV

    ECCV Board members are all volunteers and like most community based organisations we would not be able to function without the great work that volunteers do and the time they devote to the organisation’s governance.

    Members of the Board are elected but there are still areas of involvement where general volunteers can make their mark such as being part of one of our policy committees. 

    All committees are tasked with monitoring the implementation of strategies, evaluating effectiveness and guiding future direction. 

    All committee members must be financial members of ECCV and are appointed to their positions by way of application process. All committee members are required to attend monthly meetings, community events and represent the ECCV in a respectful and professional manner.

    To apply for a position on a committee, please look out for vacancies and follow the prompts. To enquire about committees, please email the respective committee contact person.

    We also take on board office-based volunteers from time to time to help with supporting events or project work so if you have some skills in these areas give us a call, we’d love to talk to you. 

     

    Intern with ECCV

    ECCV  hopes to begin another round of policy internships in 2020.

     

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    We are proud to recognise the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation, as the first Australians, cultural leaders and traditional custodians of the land from which we advocate for ethnic community groups. We pay our respects to their elders, past & present.

    ECCV Statement: Recognising the Rights of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders 

    Connect with ECCV

    Ethnic Communities' Council of Victoria
    Suite 101, 398 Sydney Road,
    Coburg VIC 3058
    Phone: (03) 9354 9555
    Email: eccv@eccv.org.au

     

     

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