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Auburn Diversity Services Inc. (ADSi) is a community based, non-profit organisation established to promote the principles of multiculturalism, access, equity and social justice. The organisation is committed for developing strategies which address the needs of local migrants and focuses on recent arrivals, emerging communities and special needs groups including humanitarian entrants, refugees, women, youth, children, aged and the unemployed – all of CALD backgrounds. ADSi designs and delivers services that aim to build capacity and improve outcomes for disadvantaged people and families.

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Position Vacant - Decision Support Case Manager

Auburn Diversity Services Inc. (ADSi) is a community based, non-profit organisation established to promote the principles of multiculturalism, access and equity and social justice in Central West Sydney including the Auburn LGA. The organisation is governed by a Board of Directors representing various culturally and linguistically diverse groups and is funded by various government and non-government organisations.

We are seeking a part time (17.5 hours/w or 0.5 FTE) Decision Support Case Manager with experience in the disability service provision context. Remuneration is in accordance with SCHADS Modern Award 2010 Level 3, with Paypoint dependent on qualification and experience. ADSi provides generous salary packaging arrangements to the successful candidate up to $15,900 pa to increase the value of take-home pay.

Selection Criteria


  • Tertiary qualification in a related field (e.g. Social Work), or equivalent knowledge, skills and experience
  • Demonstrated understanding of relevant legislations, policies and procedures impacting service delivery to people with a disability, their families and carers
  • Proven experience in case management, including assessment, planning and intervention strategies
  • Well-developed analytical and problem solving skills, including the ability to apply legal, ethical, policy and procedural guidelines
  • Proven experience to work with CALD (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse) communities
  • Ability to apply a person centered approach, taking into consideration of individual needs, social inclusion and community development principles.
  • Demonstrated understanding of benefits for people with a disability
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills, especially report writing
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member
  • Understanding of WH&S principles and commitments to these principles at all times
  • Competency in keyboard skills and the ability to use Microsoft Office, the Internet and databases  
  • Full NSW driver’s license
  • Current Working with Children Check (Paid Worker) Clearance *
  • National Police Check Clearance before employment commencement


  • First Aid Certificate
  • Ability to speak a second community language other than English

ADSi is an EEO Employer. Applicants from CALD background are strongly encouraged to apply.

* This is a young people related employment position under child protection legislation. It is an offence for a prohibited person to apply for this position. Applicants must have a current Working with Children Check (Paid Worker) clearance at employment commencement.

How to apply for Working with Children Check?
Visit the NSW Office of the Children’s Guardian website for more information and legislative requirements.

How to apply for this position?

  • Applications MUST include a current resume, together with a cover letter addressing each of the essential and desirable selection criteria.
  • Applicants who do not specifically address each of the selection criteria will NOT be considered.

Applications can be sent via,

Post: Corporate Services Manager, Auburn Diversity Services Inc., PO Box 788, Auburn NSW 1835 (Marked as Confidential)

Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Enquiries: Jennifer Yuan on (02) 9649 6955. For more information about the position please visit ADSi website:

Application Close: 8am Monday 8 September 2014

Interview: Wednesday 10 September 2014

Join the Breakfast for Dads - 30/08/2014


ADSi Sincerest Gratitude to Dooleys Lidcombe Catholic Club

Press Release 05/14


The Auburn Diversity Services Inc. (ADSi) would like to express its sincerest gratitude to the Dooleys Lidcombe Catholic Club for their support to the organisation, clients and local communities.

As one of the largest employers in the area, Dooleys has been actively supporting local communities and not-for-profit organisations like ADSi.

In financial year 2014-2015, Dooleys again provided essential support to the ADSi Homework Help Program. This is a clear indication of the club's long-term passion and commitments to local communities and people needing assistance.

The Homework Help Program helps young students from CALD (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse) background to catch up with the local education system with an aim for their future progress and success. Please contact the ADSi Frontdesk should you need further information.

ADSi sincerely thanks Dooleys' Board, Management and staff for their kind contributions.

Auburn Diversity Services Inc.

Western Sydney Refugee Youth Awards 2014 on 21/06/2014

Press Release 10/14


This is the 9th year that ADSi hosts its annual Western Sydney Refugee Youth Awards. The Awards are designed to recognise the outstanding achievements within the refugee youth community, to ensure the continued success of these young people, and to encourage them in studies and personal pursuits.

This year, ADSi received 40 nominees from schools and organisations in the Western Sydney are. 10 nominees came from Strathfield South High, 6 from Chester Hill High, 5 from Holroyd High, 4 from Merrylands High, 4 from Birrong Girls High, 2 from Mitchell High, 2 from St Marys Senior High, and one nominee from each of the following school / organisation: Wiley Park Girls High, Birrong Boys High, Strathfield Girls High, Fairvale High, Cabramatta High and Australian Afghan Hassanian Youth Association.

The Awards were presented by Mr Craig Laundy MP (Federal Member for Reid), Ms Julie Owens MP (Federal Member for Parramatta), the Hon. Barbara Perry MP (State Member for Auburn), Dr Renu Narchal (University of Western Sydney) and Ms Tia Roko (ADSi CEO).

Nominees were accompanied by their friends, teachers and family members. All of them were proud to be a part of the momentous day.

Congratulations to the winners listed below,

Community Leadership
Academic Achievement
Creative & Performance Arts
Sporting Achievement

First Place Bashir Yousufi Mahdia Zahidi Gemimah Omari Al Hassan Dauda

Second Place Kirushna Ekamparam Ahmad Javid Ja Seng Roi Lahtaw Adolph Koudakpo

Third Place Angela Omari Lolita Karoomi Abbas Zulqarnain Feda Sawari

Mr Jayaraman Guruswami JP, ADSi Vice Chair also attended this year's celebration.

ADSi thanks the Hon Barbara Perry MP for her donation, the Auburn City Council and other youth service providers for their support.

ADSi thanks all who attended this year's Western Sydney Refugee Youth Awards and wishes to see you in the next year.

Auburn Diversity Services Inc.

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Auburn Diversity Services Celebrated Refugee Week 2014 on 18/06/2014

Press Release 09/14

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Auburn Diversity Services Inc. (ADSi) organised its epic event “Refugee Week Celebration 2014 – Restoring Hope” as part of the national refugee week celebration on Wednesday 18th June at Auburn Park, Auburn.

Community members and groups from refugee and humanitarian backgrounds were the major characters at the Celebration. They demonstrated their talents, skills and dream of hope through music, dance, culture/art work display and interactive activities. Children also enjoyed jumping castle, slides, clown, balloon artist, and many other fun activities. 10 community and government organizations set up information stalls at the event.

This event was run in partnership with Settlement Services International and sponsored by the following organizations:

Silver Sponsors

C3 Church Sydney Ltd. MTC Australia Navitas English NSW Council of Turkish Association

Brown Sponsors

Hazara Women Australia Congolese Community of NSW

Auburn Diversity Services Inc.


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