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With the support of our dedicated Employment & Training industry partners and deadly groups like Gidarjil, Byellee Aboriginal Corporate and Taribelang Aboriginal Corporation, PCCC is increasingly able to connect our people with real opportunities on and off country. We are committed to implementing the principals of the PCCC Indigenous Workforce Strategy and promoting career and job opportunities to our membership and broader network.



Family Wellbeing Worker (Identified)

  • Full Time Temporary November 2021
  • Based in Cairns

This position would suit an applicant who has previous experience in providing support and implementing case management approaches with families.

The above is an Identified position. It is a genuine occupational requirement that an Identified position be filled by an Aboriginal person or Torres Strait Islander person, as permitted by and arguable under section 25 of the Queensland Anti-Discrimination Act (1991).

Applicants for the above position will:

  • Demonstrate relevant experience and/or qualifications
  • Possess a current driver’s licence
  • Hold a current Blue Card (for suitability to work with children and young people)

Closing date for applications: 5pm on Monday, 25 January 2021.

For further position description, CLICK THIS LINK


Health Promotion Officer (Male) (Identified)

  • Identified role
  • Based in Mareeba, travel as required
  • Fixed term contract

About the role

The Health Promotion Program Officer will work within the Mulungu’s multidisciplinary team to deliver health programs that compliment our aim of providing culturally appropriate health and wellbeing services to ensure that we are building on the social, emotional, physical and active engagement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in our catchment area by providing a range of active interventions to ‘at risk’ and well population groups.

About you

  • Qualifications of Certificate III or IV in Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care – Community Care or equivalent preferred, or preparedness to undertake relevant VET training.
  • Demonstrated experience working in Healthy Lifestyle or similar Health or Community engagement/development programs, is desirable.

Applications close Monday 11th January, 2021.

For further position description, CLICK HERE


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#6746 Tackling Indigenous Smoking - Health Worker (Identified Position)

Location: This position services Napranum and Mapoon
Status: Full Time Contract up to 30 June 2022

About the Opportunity
Reporting to the Team Leader - Tackling Indigenous Smoking (TIS), this position will support the implementation of the TIS program within Napranum and Mapoon by using a variety of strategies including raising awareness of the health impacts of smoking, passive smoking and quitting pathways. The aim of the program is to integrate TIS services as part of the primary health care function in accordance with the model of care promoting and supporting smoke-free strategies within Apunipima and Cape York communities. This position is suitable for applicants residing in Napranum or Mapoon.

About You
To be successful in this role you will have:

  • Qualifications in Health, Community Development, Community Services and/or relevant experience
  • Experience engaging with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander clients, community members and health professionals
  • Sound interpersonal skills and ability to work with a wide range of clients and local service providers
  • Understanding of the historical and contemporary issues that impact on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their communities, particularly in Cape York
  • Ability to communicate sensitively and effectively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in accordance with community protocols and customs
  • Current Blue Card positive notice or exemption, or willing and able to obtain prior to commencement

Applications close on Wednesday, 27 January 2021.

For further position description and to apply, CLICK HERE.



South East QLD Accor Hotels - Indigenous Identified Expression of Interest

This is your opportunity to join AccorHotels - one of the world's leading hotel operators in over 94 countries with over 4,100 hotels across the globe! This expression of interest registration is to engage people that identify themselves as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander

What you'll need to succeed:

  • Customer service experience is desired but not required
  • An interest in serving others and working with great people is desired
  • A positive attitude with a willingness to learn, grow and adapt to a fast-paced work environment
  • Be committed to developing an ongoing career within the Hospitality industry
  • Be able to communicate with a variety of people
  • Pride in personal presentation is required
  • Must have reliable transport

For further position description, CLICK HERE


Customer Contact and Quality Agent

  • Brisbane based role – Gasworks Newstead Office
  • Suits an experienced finance professional with previous banking experience
  • 12 Month Fixed Term Contract
  • Job Location: Newstead, Queensland, Australia

About the Role

The purpose of the role is to assist with the uplift of the Banks on-going Customer Due Diligence (OCDD) obligations to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements. This customer focused role will involve conducting outbound and inbound calls to ensure individual and non-individual customer details are current in accordance with BOQ's OCDD standards. These roles will also be required to ensure that customers are directed appropriately for the fulfilment of additional banking needs identified during the course of the interactions.

In addition, this role will be required to complete and report on the quality of individual customer KYC onboarding requirements across the BOQ Group.

 About You

  • Graduate qualifications in a relevant field (required)(e.g. Commerce, Business, Law, Mathematics, Economics)
  • Previous experience in a customer service or call-centre
  • Experience working within a financial institution and ensuring regulatory compliance (desirable)        

For further position description and to apply, CLICK HERE


 Fostering Support Worker

  • Permanent, full time opportunity
  • Location: Mount Isa QLD

To be suitable for this position, your qualifications for the role will consist of:

  • Certificate III in Protective Care, Youth or Community Services or equivalent and/or related experience with a willingness to participate in further training;
  • Applied knowledge and understanding of child protection and out-of-home care frameworks;
  • Demonstrated experience in providing training to adults, and providing a range of supports, including behaviour management and stress management strategies

For a further position description and to apply, CLICK HERE

Indigenous Community Sport and Recreation Officer

  • Location: Goondiwindi, QLD
  • Full time, Fixed term (until 30/06/21, possible extension pending future funding in 2021/22 financial year)
  • $24.55 per hour (please note that junior rates may apply)

We are currently seeking an enthusiastic and self-motivated Indigenous Community Sport and Recreation Officer to join our PCYC Goondiwindi Youth Club Indigenous Team. This exciting role will deliver sport and recreational programs to the local community, so if you are passionate about sports and interested in interacting with young people, then we need you!

About You

  • Working With Children Check (Blue Card) No Card, No Start and Restricted Person legislation applies to all applicants
  • Minimum Certificate III in relevant area OR at least 2 years’ experience in a relevant area
  • Understanding or the sport and recreation sector
  • Hold a light rigid driver’s licence and a Restricted Drivers' Authority (or ability to obtain if required)
  • Hold a Working with Children Check/Blue Card (or able to obtain)
  • Hold a current First Aid and CPR certificate (or able to obtain)
  • Please note: All PCYC employees are required to complete a National Police Check upon commencement

For a further position description & to apply, CLICK HERE

Closing Date: 17th Jan 2021


Indigenous Student Support Advisor

We have an exciting opportunity for an Indigenous Student Support Advisor to contribute to our commitment. A full-time, continuing position, this unique role will be based at the Cairns campus. 

  • Part-time (14.5 hours a week)
  • Location: Cairns, QLD

What you will accomplish in the role

Providing pastoral care for all Indigenous students undertaking studies at JCU, you will assist them to resolve any challenges that may be impacting their ability to stay in study. As a key point of contact you will provide ongoing support, guidance and advice through their journey of learning towards a successful outcome.

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Closing Date: 19-JAN-2021


Indigenous Employment Services

  • Dry Indigenous Family Community- Central Northern Territory
  • Assistance with Relocation
  • Heavily Subsidized Accommodation
  • 5 Days Per Week 
  • Multiply Positions - CDP Case Mng, Placement Officer, Activity Supervisor/ Work 4 The Dole


The positions are varied, generally being responsible for engaging CDP participants in meaningful activities and case
management while assisting them to build capacity and skills for future education and employment opportunities while ensuring the successful implementation and delivery of CDP.  Including assessing the needs of disadvantaged job seekers, assisting them to gain sustainable employment by preparing and implementing individualised plans, providing employment skills, training, placement case management plans. 

Desirable Skill Set May Incl -  

  • Relevant Stable Employment History,  
  • First Aid,  3 Recent Checkable Referees of Direct reports 
  • Working With Children Clearance 
  • National Police Clearance 
  • Current Drivers License 

For a further position description & to apply, CLICK HERE


Australian Taxation Office

Indigenous Evergreen Program

The Evergreen program offers entry-level positions in the Australian Public Service (APS) solely for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. You’ll gain experience and develop your professional and technical skills as you:

  • provide customer service from a call centre environment (scheduled phone environment)
  • help taxpayers meet their tax obligations
  • provide business support, and
  • undertake case work

Evergreen Eligibility - To apply for the Evergreen program, you need to meet certain requirements. You must be able to provide written evidence that you:

  • are of Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent
  • identify as an Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander
  • are accepted as an Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander in the community in which you live or have lived
  • are an Australian citizen (section 22 of the Public Service Act 1999 requires APS employees to be Australian citizens).

For a further position description & how to apply, CLICK HERE

Application close at 11.00pm AEDST on 17 January 2021. 



Residential Supervisor (Relocate to Mossman Gorge)

This position is based at the Mossman Gorge Centre (MGC) in Queensland and would be working for the National Indigenous Training Academy (NITA) part of the business.

We are currently seeking a Full Time Residential Supervisor to work with the NITA Operations Manager MGC to plan, manage and implement the delivery of a nationally accredited, high quality, workplace-based training program and related wellbeing support services at MGC that maximises learner outcomes, successful completions and contributes to the strategic goals and objectives of NITA and Voyages.

Essential Qualifications, Experience & Skills:

  • Certificate III in Community Services or similar desirable
  • Current First Aid Certificate and Food Safety Unity of Competency
  • Hospitality experience (highly desirable)
  • Passionate about training and building staff retention
  • Functional expertise designing wellbeing programs
  • Current Manual drivers licence/ MR license an advantage
  • Working with children certification relevant to Queensland

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Click here for a further position description & to apply


Specialist Health | Indigenous Only


This position is regionally based in Queensland in the Bowen Basin supporting our BMA operations. Fly In Fly Out, Drive In Drive Out and residential arrangements will all be considered.

BHP encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people looking to start or continue their career in mining. At BHP we support our people to grow, learn, develop their skills and reach their potential.

BHP are seeking a talented individual to take on several key roles in the BMA Health team with a focus on supporting effective injury management, occupational hygiene, health and wellness.

The filling of these positions is intended to constitute a special/equal opportunity measure under section 8(1) of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth), and s105 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 (Qld).

About you

This role is only open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants. To be successful in the Health Specialist role you will have a genuine desire to help people achieve positive health and wellbeing outcomes; combined with a clear understanding of the role that the resources sector plays in health and wellbeing management of our most important asset – our people.

For a further position description & to apply, CLICK HERE

Job Posting End Date:  22-Jan-2021


Torres Strait Islander Cultural Liaison

Location: WOREE, CAIRNS, QLD, AU, 4870

About the Role

We are looking for a Torres Strait Islander Cultural Liaison to support the implementation of Goodstart’s Reconciliation Action Plans (RAPs) and the further development of cultural safety across Goodstart.

This role is focused on ensuring Torres Strait Islander children, families and Goodstarters experience culturally safe and supportive learning and working environments and to build our connections outside of our centre into the Torres Strait Islander community

*This is an identified Torres Strait Islander position. This role is a full time, permanent position working at our Cairns Head Office*

If you would like a copy of the PD please email Alysse Giudice -

To Apply & Learn More, Click Here


Apprenticeships, Bursaries, Scholarships & Traineeships 2020



Cafe Trainee - Indigenous Opportunity

About the Opportunity 

You will join a small team who are responsible for operating our Café at the Port Central precinct that is visited by our employees, other employees within the Port Community, as well as members of the public. Working away from the CBD has many benefits – we’re keen to make sure that access to wholesome nutritious food and exceptional coffee is one of them!  We’re looking for a passionate individual who is ready to start their hospitality career and work towards gaining a qualification. 

As the Café Trainee, your key responsibilities will include: 

  • Ensuring the café continues to connect personally with its customer base by providing exemplary customer service. 
  • Ensure you always maintain the highest standards of hygiene and cleanliness whilst complying with Industry standards and requirements. 
  • Prepare and serve wholesome food that keeps people coming back for more!   
  • Prepare hot and cold beverages including tea and coffee by following prescribed recipes and preparation techniques for coffee drinks, such as, espresso, espresso lungo, caffe latte, and cappuccino. 
  • Assist with stock inventory, use of EFTPOS/ cash handling in line with all internal processes and policies. 

About you  

 Our ideal candidate will be an energetic, passionate individual, who is motivated by this opportunity. Are you someone that: 

  • Has a learning mindset and ready to start their hospitality career or gain a Certificate III in Hospitality 
  • Has had some experience working in hospitality, however this is not essential  
  • Is an effective communicator both verbal and written, able to provide a friendly manner especially during busy periods 
  • Is open to using technology to communicate menus, daily specials and embrace change 
  • Ability to work in a small team whilst working autonomously 

These roles have been identified for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants as part of an EEO measure. 

For further position description and to apply, CLICK HERE


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Business Administration Traineeship (Cert III)

  • Location: Brisbane QLD
  • Position Status: Fulltime

This is not an identified position; however, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.

Key Outcomes

The Certificate III Business Administration Trainee is responsible for the achievement of the learning outcomes as detailed in the Certificate III Business Administration (BSB30415) qualification.  Specifically, the Business Administration Trainee activities will include: 

  • Data entry and administrative support
  • Scheduling meetings and managing calendars
  • Filing, archiving and records management
  • Ordering stationery and merchandise
  • Inventory monitoring 
  • Support with event management and delivery

Key Criteria

To be considered for the role, candidates must address the following:

  • A person residing or living in Queensland who has completed a minimum of year 12 education
  • Ability to satisfy the First Start Program eligibility criteria
  • Self-starting with the ability take ownership of the role and meet course requirements
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent personal presentation
  • Demonstrated ability to work within a team
  • A strong sense of respect for confidentiality involving participants in our Community and Government programs
  • Candidates who have successfully completed the Beyond the Broncos program will be highly regarded

For further position description and to apply, CLICK THIS LINK

COB Friday 29 January 2021. 


Indigenous Scholarship

About the scholarship 

The scholarship recipient will receive $10,000 paid as a stipend, in four instalments of $2,500 per semester for up to two years, following confirmation of the student’s enrolment after the census date of each semester, commencing semester one in the initial scholarship year. 

The scholarship may contribute to Commonwealth assisted fees or provide a study stipend.  

In addition, you will have the opportunity to undertake paid, ongoing casual work experience as an undergraduate while you complete your study. BMD undergraduates don’t just work in their university holidays, but rather their teams work with students to arrange flexible, ongoing employment that fits in with their study commitments throughout their degree

Scholarship eligibility and details 

To be eligible, students must:

  • be of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent
  • provide written confirmation of their Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander heritage. 
  • maintain a minimum pass grade to continue to receive the stipend.  
  • provide proof or confirmation of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander heritage
  • be studying full-time (minimum of three units per semester), either externally or on-campus. Students can be studying at any Australian university.  
  • be entering their third, or halfway through the third, year of full-time study in an eligible bachelor’s degree in any of the following streams:
    • Civil Engineering
    • Construction Management
    • Environmental
    • Safety
  • As part of the successful student’s acceptance of the scholarship, they must agree to promotion of their award of the BMD Indigenous Scholarship through channels including, but not limited to, social media, mainstream media, website content and publications

For a further position description & to apply, CLICK HERE

Application Closing Date: 5:00pm AEST Friday 5 March, 2020


Indigenous Scholarship Senior Project Officer

The role

This is a dynamic position that delivers case management, scholarship and mentoring support to Indigenous women within a federally funded government project.

The Indigenous Scholarship Senior Project Officer is responsible for a broad range of activities within the Teachers of STEM Initiative (TOSI) Project. This role also holds supervisory responsibilities for a small team of Project Officers within the SSiSTEMIK Pathway program. This position is full time for 12 months with the opportunity to extend dependant on funding. 

About you

  • You will hold a completed Tertiary Degree relevant to the position. A Degree in Education is highly desirable however not essential. A Degree in Social Work, Social Science, Psychology or similar will be considered
  • You can demonstrate your relevant experience within a similar role
  • You work in a methodical and practical manner to provide professional and consistent support to people and this is coupled with your ability to problem solve strategically to enable positive outcomes for participants
  • You have been described as personable, enthusiastic, flexible in your approach and confident when engaging with people from a range of platforms including government and non-government entities
  • You demonstrate great interpersonal skills. This includes your ability to engage in an intelligent way and work collaboratively to remain solutions focused and strengths based when addressing the needs of the participants of the TOSI program
  • Have a passion for continuous learning and development
  • You have demonstrated knowledge and experience implementing ethical applications and are able to deliver projects to meet ethics requirements
  • You will be results driven, able to work quickly without impacting on the quality or integrity of your outputs

Mandatory Requirements

  • Have eligibility to work in Australia
  • Comply with the relevant State or territory requirements for Working With Vulnerable People and Children
  • Current National Criminal History check or ability to obtain
  • Hold a Current Driver Licence

To obtain a position description please contact Rebecca at 

Applications close 5:00pm (AEST) 22 January 2021.



Indigenous Non-Destructive Testing Trainees

Location:Toowoomba & Darling Downs

Work Type: Full Time

We are looking for bright individuals with a strong work ethic who are interested in completing a Certificate III in Engineering - Technical. The successful applicants will complete this traineeship over 12 months while gaining on-the-job experience with an internationally recognised company.

  • Please note that you must be of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent to be eligible for this role

Essential Criteria

  • Drivers Licence
  • Reliable transport
  • White Card
  • Computer literate
  • Commitment to WHS
  • Strong work ethic
  • High attention to detail
  • Good communication skills
  • Be able to work at heights and in confined spaces
  • Be willing to do shift work
  • Be willing to relocate to Dalby, Miles, Chinchilla or Roma

Desirable Criteria

  • Working at heights ticket
  • Confined spaces ticket
  • USI
  • EWP

For a further position description & to apply, CLICK HERE


Indigenous Opportunities | Production Mining Traineeship | Blackwater Mine

BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) is offering two exciting opportunities for Mining Traineeships at our Blackwater Mine Site Operation, Central Queensland. 

About You

We are seeking enthusiastic and motivated individuals wanting to learn new skills and embark on a career within the mining industry; this is an opportunity to be part of something big.

We are eager to engage with people who have a genuine interest in starting a career within Mining, and come from a range of diverse backgrounds. We are looking for adaptable, positive, individuals who are open to exploring the world of mining whilst learning something new every day.

Our successful applicants will possess:

  • A minimum of Sound Achievement in Year 10 Mathematics and English (or equivalent)
  • The ability to maintain high standards of safety, equipment serviceability, housekeeping and compliance with specific tasks and procedures
  • Proven attendance record
  • Good communication skills both written and verbal
  • Motivation to learn and develop new skills
  • The ability to foster a teamwork atmosphere within the work group
  • A strong commitment to ensuring a safe and health workplace
  • The following criteria must be met to be considered for these opportunities:
  • Hold a valid Provisional or Open “C” class driver’s license (manual preferred)
  • An overriding commitment to health, safety, environment responsibility and sustainable development
  • Must have your own accommodation in Blackwater or nearby townships for the duration of the Traineeships
  • Strong commitment to your own wellbeing and wellbeing of others

For a further position description & to apply, CLICK HERE



Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Traineeship Program

Department of Housing and Public Works

Traineeship availability varies by region and will be in the following disciplines:

  • Business Administration
  • Community Services
  • Information, Digital Media and Technology
  • Social Housing

Traineeships will be available in the following regions:

  • Central Queensland (Bundaberg, Maryborough)
  • Northern Queensland (Cairns, Mackay, Townsville, Thursday Island, Northern Peninsula Area)
  • South East Queensland (Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast)
  • South West Queensland (Ipswich, Toowoomba)

A combination of full-time and school-based traineeships are available.

CLICK HERE to view position descriptions and how to apply.


Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care Traineeship

Position Title: Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care 

Qualification Type: Traineeship

Location: Roma

Mode: School-based

Expected Duration: 12 months

This is an identified position in accordance with the equal opportunity measure under section 105 of the Anti-discrimination Act 1991.

Position Overview:

The purpose of this Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Traineeship in Roma is to provide the successful applicant with the opportunity to develop skills and knowledge through completing on the job working experience and training with an employer whilst completing a nationally recognised course of training through a registered training organisation.

Position Requirements:

To fulfil the requirements of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Traineeship with Golden West Apprenticeships you will: - Abide by the terms and conditions of the Training Contract. - Complete Golden West Apprenticeships inductions. - Perform work in a satisfactory manner. - Commit to and complete the Training Plan in the timeframe allocated by completing theory based assessments and demonstrating skills through competency based assessments to the best of your ability. - Comply with registration relevant to your field of work, in particular the Further Education and Training Act and the Work Health and Safety Act.

For a further position description and too apply, CLICK HERE.


Conservation and Land Management Work Skills Traineeships

Location: Roma

Mode: Full-time

Expected Duration: 6 months

These traineeships are full-time for 18-22 weeks’ duration and aim to provide an ongoing cultural education and promotion space for the Aboriginal and broader communities. The successful applicants will take part in a project developed to provide key infrastructure to support long term caring for country activities, training opportunities for young Aboriginal people in Conservation and Land Management and development of cultural tourism and educational programs. This will include the Roma Refuse Site Enhancement Project with landscaping, gardening, vegetation enhancement and irrigation systems.

View full position description and too apply, CLICK HERE.


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Uniting Care Traineeship Opportunities

To meet the needs of our ever-increasing workforce and to continue our ongoing commitment to Reconciliation and meaningful employment opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people UCQ have developed an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Traineeship program. The program supports individuals who have a passion for community and health services to gain practical on-the-job training in areas spread across our organisation. Our traineeships are supported by formal training and qualifications through a Registered Training Organisation and will provide you with ongoing mentorship to assist you in achieving a long-term career within your chosen field. If successful in a traineeship with UnitingCare Queensland you will be supported in a culturally safe environment with mentors who will guide you in your traineeship journey.

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MRAEL Apprenticeships      

With over 100 Apprenticeship and Traineeship opportunities listed, the Australian Apprenticeship Support Network is a great resource.  To view the full list of current apprentice and trainee vacancies Follow this link.............






BUSY At Work is an established and trusted not for profit organisation providing career opportunities to job seekers through apprenticeship, employment and community programs. Our reputation as leading providers of apprenticeship services, job services, Indigenous employment programs, school based programs, mature aged worker programs and disability employment who meet the needs of industry, is second to none.

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East Coast Apprenticeships is a proud traditional Group Training Organisation that employs Apprentices and Trainees in all industry areas. We place our Apprentices and Trainees with successful companies where they learn their selected trade. East Coast Apprenticeships are a community-based not for profit organisation that services Host Employers and Job Seekers looking to obtain Apprenticeships and Traineeships all over Queensland.





   MEGT has been supporting employers, apprentices, trainees, job seekers and students for 35 years.

We provide quality employment and training solutions that make a positive difference to our community.

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Employment & Training Links



Yalga-Binbi Institute  Yalga-Binbi

Get your training off to a great start at Yalga-Binbi Institute (YBI) Bundaberg and Gladstone. PCCC Works very closely with YBI and we're looking forward to more training opportunities becoming available through 2019.

For more information contact or call (07) 4159 5276


Some other links and opportunities

Indigenous Employment Australia 

Indigenous Careers Portal

Karlka Recruiting Group

Telstra Indigenous Employment Site




• Sound level of literacy and numeracy skills, applicants may be required to undertake pre-employment literacy and numeracy tests
• Sound numeracy, keyboard, telephone technique, written and verbal communication skills
• Demonstrated strong work ethic and reliability
• Ability to work in multi-disciplinary teams as well as autonomously
• Following regulations and safety procedures and providing assistance to others when necessary
• Year 12 Certificate of Education.
• Must be able to pass a police check

Apprentice Engineering Tradesperson (Electrical) - (Identified)

Senior Project Officer (CQ)

Apprenticeship Type

Full Time

Apprenticeship Type

Full Time

Medical Receptionist

Business Administration Traineeship (Identified Position) Corporate Services

Torres Strait Islander Cultural Liaison

Part time - 14.5 hours per week
Part time - 14.5 hours per week

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