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MCSCA is recruiting a new manager.  Is it you?

MCSCA’s current Manager, Marguerite Baptiste-Rooke is retiring and MCSCA is seeking a new manager to lead the team and to work with our elected management committee.

The position is part-time, 30 hours/week and located at Multicultural Community Services of Central Australia (MCSCA) in Alice Springs, NT. The manager will work in a reputable, long established community organisation, lead a team which makes a difference in migrants’ lives and in the Alice Springs community and enjoy a family friendly workplace with flexible hours.

Download the application pack here.

Applications close: 3 December 2021

MCSCA Annual General Meeting 2021

This is to advise you of the upcoming Special General Meeting and Annual General Meeting of the Multicultural Community Services of Central Australia.  The detail of the meetings are as follows:

DATE:      Thursday, 25th November 2021

TIME:      Special General Meeting @ 5.20 – 5.50 pm

Annual General Meeting @ 6.00 – 6.45 pm

VENUE: MCSCA Training Room, 5b Wills Terrace, Alice Springs

The Special General Meeting will take place before the AGM to make amendments to the MCSCA Constitution.  For more information about the changes, a copy is available at MCSCA office during working hours Monday – Friday.  Please phone MCSCA on 8952 8776.

Download a membership form if you would like to sign up to be a member of MCSCA before the AGM.  For existing/current MCSCA members you can also renew your membership here.

We hope to welcome you to our office on Thursday 25th November 2021 for the Special General Meeting and AGM.

MCSCA and COVID-19

MCSCA opening hours are  Monday to Friday 9 am to 12pm (closed from 12.15pm to 1.30pm for cleaning) then 1.30pm to 4pm and we have the following rules in place:

1.5 metre physical distancing
Strict hand hygiene
Maximum of 2 hours in the MCSCA office per visitor
One person at a time in the computer room. Book your time 8952 8776.
Maximum time for using a computer is 1 hour

Thank you for helping to keep our community and staff safe. We look forward to welcome you to MCSCA office.

COVID-19 Information

SBS Multilingual Coronavirus Portal, provides accurate and trusted news and information about COVID-19, in more than 60 languages.

Talking Posters in different languages explaining how to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Other useful sites with information in different languages:

Australian Government Department of Home Affairs Website
Northern Territory Government Coronavirus information
Ethnolink online resources –
Australian Government Department of Health Website

Our Programs

Learn more about our range of support services and community initiatives…

Settlement Engagement and Transition Support (SETS)

Multicultural Grant Program

Susumama Playgroup

Facilities for the Multicultural Community

MCSCA Research: Migration Snapshot of the Centre

Big Day Out in Harmony

MCSCA News

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SCAM ALERT

There is a scam text message being circulated claiming from Services Australia (Centrelink).
Additionally, the Services Australia do not send links within emails for security reasons, for more information refer directly to the website.
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SCAM ALERT

There is a scam text message being circulated claiming from Services Australia (Centrelink).
Additionally, the Services Australia do not send links within emails for security reasons, for more information refer directly to the website.

Skills Recognition Centre Services is once again at MCSCA at 5 B Wills Tce.
If you want to compare your overseas qualification at Diploma Level for employment purposes, please contact Richard on 0436 921 527.
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Mask wearing across the NT is now mandatory for all Territorians aged 12 and over.

✅Masks must be worn outside your home when you are unable to maintain a physical distance of 1.5 metres from another person – this includes places like the supermarket, shops, the hairdresser and on public transport.

✅Workers who come into close contact with patrons, or who work in crowded environments will need to wear a mask.

✅Patrons at restaurants, cafes and pubs must wear a mask unless eating or drinking.

✅ Mask must be worn securely over your nose and mouth.

✅ You do not have to wear a mask during vigorous exercise.

Want more info ? Read the CHO's Directive here: bit.ly/3qBsq7w

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