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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 promotion.


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Cadet Designer & Undergraduate Engineer 

Location: Gladstone, QLD

Click here to view Cadet Designer Position Description      

Click here to view Undergraduate Engineer Position Description        

The cadet designer position is ready for a quick start, so any immediate feedback / applicants are very welcome!

Note: Preference is to fill these position with PCCC / BGGGTB Traditional Owners.

To apply

Please contact us to apply on 07 4167 0037 or email


Clinical Psychologist


Location: Cairns, Qld

About the Opportunity
As Clinical Psychologist you will provide paediatric psychological services to schools within remote communities across Cape York, in a multidisciplinary team environment. This is a FIFO position from Cairns, and you will be provided with accommodation and a travel allowance of up to $113 per day. 

To be successful in this role you will have:

  • A relevant qualification from a registered tertiary institution, registration with the Australian Health Practice Registration Authority (AHPRA) and possession of a current annual licence certificate
  • Demonstrated high level knowledge and skills in evidence based therapeutic interventions for children, families and communities with complex needs
  • Demonstrated experience in undertaking successful interventions with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities
  • Understanding of the historical and contemporary issues that impact on Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people and their communities, particularly in Cape York
  • Ability to communicate sensitively and effectively with Aboriginal and/or 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

For further information and to apply, CLICK HERE 

Closing date: Thursday, 17 June 2021 


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Case Worker - Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander - Male Opportunity

Location: Townsville, Qld

Open Minds is an expanding and innovative not-for-profit organization providing community based re-entry support. The Northern Region Community Re-Entry Service Team (CREST) provides information & referral support, complex case management and parole support services to individuals in the Townsville Correctional Complex and post release in the Community.  

Job tasks and responsibilities

  • Provide information, referral and case work support
  • Develop, implement and review individual re-entry plans which are responsive to the individual client needs, achievement of goals and to promote their success post release
  • Identify and assist in locating resources and support services that facilitate community integration including accommodation, substance abuse, physical/mental health, work/education/training, social, cultural and spiritual support
  • Establish stakeholder relationships that encourage co-case work support
  • Data Management using QCS Database
  • Monthly Key Performance Indicator Reports

For further information and to apply, CLICK HERE 


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Project/Portfolio Admin (Indigenous Identified)

Location: Brisbane, Qld

This opportunity is only open to those that identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander

 Your duties and responsibilities will include but will not be limited to:

  • Development and distribution of project documentation as required by the Project team
  • Assist your direct manager with portfolio management
  • Responsible for the co-ordination of meetings as required by the Project Leadership Team, which includes; scheduling, room reservation, minutes, development & distribution of meeting agenda and documentation
  • Compiles reports, presentations and other documents as required, in line with Brand Standards
  • Establish and maintain confidential records, correspondence and related material
  • Undertaking office coordination activities such as the distribution of mail, purchasing and invoicing
  • Responsible for arranging travel (domestic and international for delivery teams including flights, accommodation and transportation as required

For more information and to apply, CLICK HERE 


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Teacher Aide (Identified) - Rockhampton State High School

Location: Rockhampton, Qld

As the Teacher Aide you will have responsibility for the following:

  • Assisting teachers and students with sporting activities and with school excursions
  • Communicating effectively and displaying high level of interpersonal skills to function as an effective team member
  • Development of activities which promote productive partnerships between individual and group members of the community, under the relevant teacher or other staff member responsible for the indigenous portfolio
  • Maintaining anecdotal records on students for use in reviewing student's development
  • Displaying confidentiality, tact, reliability and sensitivity to students and their families
  • Assisting in the supervision of education activities, under the direction of a teacher (for example, a bush tucker garden)
  • Assisting teaching staff with playground/bus supervision
  • Literacy and Numeracy duties that may include support for teachers in providing learning materials for students at risk, working with small groups as well as individual students and use of computers when working with students
  • Working with teachers and the community to promote and develop an understanding of the Australian Curriculum's Cross-curriculum priority - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures. The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures priority provides opportunities for all students to deepen their knowledge of Australia by engaging with the world's oldest continuous living cultures

For more information and to apply, CLICK HERE


NDIS Engagement Officer - ATSI identified role

Location: Cairns, Qld

Mulungu is an Aboriginal Community Controlled organisation focused on providing holistic services to improve health and wellbeing outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

About the role

The purpose of the position is to identify and engage with A&TSI people with disability and their representatives.  Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to help participants who require additional assistance to access the NDIS and use their plan.

The NDIS Engagement Officer will work with people to: 

  • connect them to NDIS resources
  • support and information in their community
  • help families build knowledge, skills and confidence related to NDIS
  • and guide them through the access and planning processes for the NDIS
  • The position will work closely with the Local Area Coordinator to connect and build informal and natural supports, provide assistance with the NDIS planning process and plan implementation

For further information and to apply, CLICK HERE 

Closing date: 9am, Tuesday 22nd June, 2021


Community Engagement & Development Officer (identified)

Location: Townsville, Qld

An exciting opportunity has been made available for a Community Engagement & Development Officer to join our team. 

Each day will be distinct however your key areas of responsibility will be:

  • Provide support, advice, and input to ensure that marketing and communications strategies engage the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in which TAIHS operates, including ensuring that there is a focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures in all of TAIHS’ marketing and communications
  • Facilitate the focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture across all organizational activities and programs
  • Assist with the planning of events and activities that facilitate community engagement and feedback, including community events and surveys
  • Work with Executive Management, Organizational Development Officer/s, and relevant managers to ensure culturally appropriate service frameworks are in place across the company
  • Develop and document good working relationships / collaborative partnerships with relevant agencies

For further information and to apply, CLICK HERE 

Closing date: 5pm, 29th June 2021



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Recovery Support Worker Advanced - Indigenous Identified

Location: Brisbane, Qld

The position provides an exciting opportunity to support the aspirations of socially disadvantaged people in the community, Indigenous people in the health care system. Alongside one on one support, the position offers the opportunity to develop and nurture relationships with Indigenous agencies and communities.

Requirements include

  • Four year degree in a human services related field with relevant experience or other tertiary qualification with substantial years of relevant experience and, lived Indigenous experience
  • Proven knowledge related to the delivery of mental health services
  • Proven ability to quickly acquire skills
  • Proven ability to develop collaborative relationships with external stakeholders
  • Proven problem solving and conflict resolution skills
  • Proven ability planning, managing, prioritising and supervising work to achieve team and individual priorities
  • Highly proficient in relation to a range of software applications on office based and mobile technology
  • A strong sense of professional boundaries and integrity
  • Valid driver’s license and access to a registered roadworthy and insured vehicle (minimum third-party property)
  • Undergo criminal history screening and obtain and maintain a valid NDIS Worker Screening Clearance pursuant to the Disability Services Act 2006 (Qld)
  • Willingness and ability to undertake vaccination of preventable diseases (this is not inclusive of the COVID-19 vaccine)

For further information and to apply, CLICK HERE 

Closing date: 7 July 2021



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Ranger Coordinator (Identified role)

Location: Cairns & Far North Qld

The Ranger Coordinator oversees the Rangers ensuring they carry out role duties and activities in support of the Rinyirru (Lakefield) Aboriginal Corporation Directors and the delivery of its responsibilities in the joint management of Rinyirru (Lakefield) National Park (CYPAL), in close consultation with the Directors and QPWS&P.

Key Role Duties

  • Contribute to strategic planning under guidance from the Directors
  • Develop work-plans to ensure Park Activity Agreement obligations are met
  • Lead, mentor and manage the ranger team in daily activities
  • Ensure the annual work plan is achieved through day-to-day work planning and scheduling of ranger activities and projects
  • Weed management
  •  Fencing
  • Pest and feral animal control
  • Cultural heritage preservation
  • Fire management
  • Species /area surveys
  • Waterways management
  • General maintenance
  • Identify and facilitate ranger training and development
  • Lead cultural awareness induction training for rangers, visitors, and QPWS&P
  • Build positive and collaborative working relationships
  • Ensure compliance requirements are being met
  • Maintain and uphold work health and safety requirements

For further information and to apply, CLICK HERE

Expressions of Interest Close: 4:30pm Friday, 2 July 2021

Final Applications Close: 11:59pm Sunday, 4 July 2021


NDIS Support Coordinator Fraser Coast (identified male position)

Location: Hervey Bay, Qld

Are you an experienced Support Coordinator OR you have wanted to break into the industry with excellent track record in your current field looking for a permanent role in a great independent organization? 

About the Role

You will know what the role of Support Coordination under the NDIS is, have passion and skill in delivering outcomes in a person centered practice. This should be demonstrable through your experience, cover letter and at interview.

  • We have flexibility in the role for the right person
  • Be with an employer of choice in a supportive team with excellent opportunities for your career
  • The role is set at SACS award level 4.1 (TPEO) with salary sacrifice available

For further information and to apply, CLICK HERE 


Administration and Finance Officer (Identified)

Location: Brisbane, Qld

Gallang Place is a not-for-profit Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community based organization, providing trauma informed culturally aware healing programs.

We offer our staff:

  • Experience in a leading and well respected Not-For-Profit Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community based organization
  • Ongoing training and professional development provided
  • Salary Sacrifice benefits

Responsibilities and Duties:

This position supports the organization in all areas of reception/administration and finance including but not limited to 

  • Administrative support to staff
  • Maintaining office facilities
  • Managing and directing incoming calls and visitors
  • Assist in the organization of events and meetings
  • Supporting the finance team

For further information and to apply, CLICK HERE 

Closing date: Thursday 17th June 2021 


Team Leader | DFV | Identified Role

Location: Mount Isa, Qld

Key Responsibilities 

  • Based in the Mount Isa office with pre-planned trips to be taken in surrounding Indigenous Communities throughout the Gulf
  • Lead, Develop and Motivate a dedicated and driven team
  • Inspire your team to accomplish goals throughout the Domestic/Family Violence Specialist Services in the region
  • Consistently work to building meaningful relationships with the local communities
  • Provide support and backfill to the on call roster as required
  • Provide monthly formal professional supervision to your direct reports
  • Support and monitor the programs to ensure that funding requirements/targets are met
  • Assist all of your staff to develop case plans and safety plans
  • Provide constructive and regular feedback to your team members
  • Collaborate regularly with internal and external stakeholders

For further information and to apply, CLICK HERE


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Administration Officer (Identified) 

Location: Gold Coast, Qld

The Role

An opportunity has become available for an Administration Officer (Identified) to join Gold Coast Health (GCH) where the focus of our 10 000-strong team is on providing world-class health care to over 550,000 people living in the Gold Coast, and northern New South Wales region of Australia.

You will

  • Complete general administration duties including but not limited to admitting, discharging and transferring patients to and from the unit
  • Complete accurate patient information into Hospital Based Computer Information System (HBCIS), scanning documents into the integrated electronic Medical Record (ieMR) ensuring discharge summaries are efficiently managed
  • Provide effective and cooperative communications by responding appropriately to customer enquiries at reception and within the work area
  • Answer the telephone, patient appointment bookings/rescheduling and cancellations, noting and forwarding messages and using the Outlook email system
  • Manage patient referrals, organize and book outpatient appointments where appropriate

For further information and to apply, CLICK HERE

Closing date: Wednesday 23rd June 2021


Community Field Officer - Australian Bureau of Statistics Position 

  • Temporary (casual) position with working hours across weekdays and weekends.
  • $29.51 per hour (inclusive of 25% loading), plus superannuation.
  • Positions available in various locations around Australia between July - September 2021.

The ABS are looking for people who have experience working with the public, people with a good attitude and willingness to help others and support the community, and people with good attention to detail. Community Field Officer's will help us reach different communities and support the public to complete the Census.


To be eligible for employment, candidates must meet the following requirements:

  • be an Australian Citizen OR have the legal right to work in Australia
  • be 18 years old or over
  • undergo pre-employment screening checks, which may include a police check clearance and health clearance

Click here for further position description and to apply


Indigenous Careers Programs - Community Relations Officer

Location: Brisbane, QLD

The Role

This position is only open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants. The filling of this position is intended to constitute a special/equal opportunity measure under section 8(1) of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth), and the relevant state acts.

This is an exciting opportunity to join Origin’s Energy Supply and Operations Team as a Community Relations Officer providing community engagement support for the delivery of a wide range of Energy Supply and Operations (ES&O) community activities and initiatives.  This position contributes to ensuring Origin’s ES&O businesses are performing at industry leading standards to make sure Origin’s reputation, shareholder, customer, community, and stakeholder expectations are exceeded

To be considered you will have:

  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in a community relations role - Essential
  • Excellent interpersonal, written and spoken communication skills - Essential
  • Proven conflict management skills, ability to influence without authority - Essential
  • Excellent business acumen, demonstrated strong analytical and creative thinking ability - Essential
  • Understanding of energy sector - Desirable
  • Experience in external affairs, communications, or government relations fields - Desirable

For further information & to apply, CLICK HERE.


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Upstream Turnaround Administrator/Technical Assistant

Location: Chinchilla, QLD *relocation assistance available*

About the Role: 

  • Support the Field execution management and Assurance teams in delivery of key activities for annual Turnaround Management Plan.
  • You will need to be keen to 1st of July to allow some overlap with current incumbent.

Click to view Job Description

To apply:

Please contact PCCC Staff Shay & Veronica on 07 4167 0037 or email 


Lead Practitioner - Identified

Location: Brisbane, Qld

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Lead Practitioner will contribute to the creation, design, and implementation of a portfolio of projects focused on implementing evidence-based practice in frontline services for First Nations peoples. This will include embedding common practice frameworks, supervision approaches and a client safe organization within our professional governance framework.

The Role:

  • Develop, implement and regularly review a variety of practice frameworks. Ensure that our work is culturally safe and provides effective responses for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients, families, and communities
  • Develop resources informed by best practice approaches in person-centered practices, knowledge translation, and implementation of cultural practice
  • Design and deliver innovative practices that enhance quality practice standards for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
  • Contribute to the creation and implementation of competency requirements for staff to deliver quality, seamless service delivery for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
  • Purposely analyze numerical data, verbal data, and all other sources of information to drive practice improvement
  • Promote and share best practice and service improvements across the organization, participating in learning opportunities and practice workshops

For further job description and to apply, CLICK HERE 

Closing date: June 18, 2021


Lifestyle Support Worker (Identified)

Location: Townsville, Qld

As a Lifestyle Support Worker you will assist consumers with tasks and activities to build life skills and connect with the Townsville community.

We are looking for outstanding individuals who share our values to support our consumers to enjoy a good, well-rounded and fulfilling life of their choice.

You will bring to the role:

  • a commitment to our values
  • a positive attitude
  • a professional approach

To be considered for this rewarding opportunity you will have:

  • excellent communication skills, with the ability to reach an isolated audience
  • experience working in a team environment
  • ability to obtain First Aid and CPR Certificates
  • a current minimum P2 "C" class Queensland drivers’ license
  • a currently registered, roadworthy, and fully comprehensive vehicle
  • a smart phone with a data plan
  • a current national police check certificate
  • a Positive Notice Working with Children (blue card) with a yellow card exemption (or the ability to obtain upon commencement)

If this sounds like you, please submit your resume and a cover letter outlining your skills and experience and why you are the best person for this role. 

If you would like more information please contact selectability’s HR team on 07 4724 6842



Accident and Emergency Receptionist

Work type: Part time temp

Location: Pindara Private Hospital

We are seeking flexible, highly organised and enthusiastic individuals to join our team as a Receptionist in our Accident and Emergency Department. We currently have two Temporary Part Time 12 month fixed term positions available.

As a member of our busy and fast paced Accident and Emergency Department, you will be responsible for providing comprehensive customer focused service to all areas of the Emergency Centre.

You will also be responsible for all administrative duties within the department and undertake all identified tasks and duties as part of a team that works cooperatively, sharing roles and responsibilities to meet the needs of the customer. Duties may include;

  • Checking in patients and ambulances
  • Cash handling & EFTPOS payments
  • Billing patients and third parties
  • Handling phone and email queries
  • Precise data entry

About You

To succeed in this role you will demonstrate effective communication and interpersonal skills, a result of your strong customer service skills. Your proven ability to work effectively in a team environment and independently as required will also assist you in this role.

You will also bring;

  • Certificate in Medical Terminology – desired
  • Previous experience in hospital mainframe systems – desired
  • Computer literacy, including competent keyboard and Microsoft Office skills
  • Able to complete tasks within designated time frame

The successful applicant will be highly motivated, with great multitasking capabilities and provide a high level of customer service whilst having a primary focus on patient care despite the busy environment.

For further position description and too apply, CLICK HERE.


Apprenticeships, Bursaries, Scholarships & Traineeships 2021

Business Traineeship - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Identified

Location: Mackay, QLD

Work Type: Full-Time

About the Role

  • We are seeking applications for a  Cert III Business Trainee - Operations Administrator to work in our Moranbah Office.  
  • 9-day fortnight 8am to 5pm (with your choice of day off)
  • Must be Local to Moranbah
  • Looking for immediate start date

You will need: 

  • Excellent communication skills (verbal and written)
  • Good computer skills with knowledge of the Microsoft Office programs
  • To be a team player and be able to work well in a team environment
  • Have a can-do attitude and be willing to learn
  • Drivers Licence

CLICK HERE for further position description & to apply.


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Business Administration Traineeship - Indigenous Identified

Location: Gladstone & Central QLD

Work Type: Full-Time

This position provides Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders an opportunity to develop the skills required to  be a successful administrator within the harbour towage industry. As a Trainee, you will complete a Certificate 3 in Business over a 12 month period leading to potential long term employment and additional studies. 

Skills and Experience:

  • Familiar with Outlook Email
  • Strong verbal and written skills
  • Experience (intermediate) with Excel and Word
  • Can work independently and within a team environment
  • Displays an attention to detail, initiative and enthusiastic to learn

This position is Aboriginal identified. To perform this role, it is essential that the person who holds the role be an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person. It is a genuine occupational requirement under section 25 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 that applicants are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders.

Click here for further position description and to apply.

Applications close: Friday, 25th July 2021



Member Relationship Officer - Traineeship

Location: Gladstone, QLD

Work type: Part-Time

About the role

As a Trainee Member Relationship Officer, you will be the first point of contact at The Capricornian, providing exceptional customer service to our Gladstone members.  You will learn how to proactively maintain strong relationships with our members, identify their financial needs and find solutions for them from our suite of products and services.

As our Gladstone and Miriam Vale branches work together to support each other, some travel to Miriam Vale may be required to provide staff relief.

As this is a traineeship, you will complete a Certificate III in Financial Services.

About you

You will thrive as a Trainee Member Relationship Officer by demonstrating:

  • A “Can do” approach to all aspects of your role.
  • Exceptional customer service skills.
  • Excellent communication and conflict resolution skills.
  • A willingness to be actively involved in your local community.
  • High attention to detail.
  • Commitment to a learning environment.
  • Ability to learn and confidently use a range of finance programs.
  • Eagerness to work collaboratively in a team environment.

This opportunity would suit a recent school leaver or anyone looking for a career change.

Click here for further position description and to apply.

Applications close: Sunday 10th June, 2021.



Trainee Administration Officer (Executive Services)

Location: Gayndah, QLD

  • Full-time Maximum-term (1 year)
  • 9 day fortnight
  • Study on the job and attain a Certificate III in Business Administration

This traineeship will allow you to further develop your interpersonal, organisational and communication skills, as well as expose you to a range of essential administrative duties such as:

  • Create documents, e.g. correspondence, reports, presentations and spreadsheets.
  • Assist with calendar bookings, e.g. schedule meetings and book venues.
  • Assist with the coordination and set up of meetings and events.
  • Records management, e.g. ensure inward and outward correspondence, reports, emails are filed according to record management practices.
  • Customer service – answer incoming phone calls, provide over the counter service, process payments, follow up on Customer Service Requests.

Please contact PCCC Staff - Shay & Veronica on 07 4167 0037 or email with support for applications.

Applications close: 5.00pm Friday, 11 June 2021



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Traineeship - F&B, Housekeeper, Reception, Porter) - Ayers Rock Resort, NT

Position Status: Full-time

We are seeking committed Indigenous Australians to join our NITA Traineeship mob at Ayers Rock Resort. You will be provided with all-round support from the team to help you succeed. You don't need any work experience, only a passion to better yourself and a commitment to our 12-month program.

Upon successful completion of the Traineeship, there will be opportunities to explore future employment with Voyages or its partners in roles across Food and Beverage, Housekeeping, Kitchen, Front Office or Porter.

About You:

To be selected for this exciting program you will be:

  • Aged between 18 and 25 years at the time of the program commencement
  • Of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent
  • Able to move to Ayers Rock Resort in the Northern Territory for the duration of the traineeship
  • Career-driven with a desire to learn and succeed in the Hospitality industry
  • Courageous, adventurous and team-spirited

For further information & to apply, CLICK HERE.

OR for other available positions with Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia, CLICK HERE.



Event Traineeship

Location: Brisbane, Qld 

Position Status/Type: Full-time

Qualifications & experience

  • Unemployed culturally and linguistically diverse job-seekers
  • Does not hold a Diploma, Bachelor or higher than a Certificate I In Business
  • Residency Criteria applies
  • Not receiving income support and/or assistance from
  • Not participated in any Skilling Queenslanders for Work program

Tasks & responsibilities

  • Willing to take on new challenges
  • Adaptable, responsible, hardworking
  • Team Player
  • 18 weeks full-time work 
  • Experience in graphic design, events planning and management, social media, or work health & safety (preferred)
  • From culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds

For further information and to apply, CLICK HERE.


Traineeship - Electronics & Communications Technician

We currently have 2 qualified technicians and are looking to grow our workforce by employing a full-time trainee.

  • This position is ideal for someone who has recently finished high school.
  • No experience is required however we are looking for someone with a genuine interest in electronics, audio visual or IT who is not scared to get their hands dirty.
  • This traineeship is designed to be completed over 2 years however could be completed in a shorter period of time based on the successful applicants ability to learn.
  • The successful applicant must be experienced in using hand tools and be prepared to get their hands dirty as we climb through roofs and under houses running cables on a daily basis.


  • A genuine interest in electronics, audio visual or IT
  • Experience with hand tools (eg. cordless drills, hammer, pliers)
  • Must be physically fit and able to work in confined spaces.
  • Drivers licence (you will be regularly required to drive a company vehicle)
  • Must be prepared to travel to Brisbane for some training courses
  • Most importantly a great attitude

For further information and too apply, CLICK HERE




Postal Services Indigenous Traineeship | Part Time

  • Work 25 hours per week
  • Gain a nationally recognised Certificate III in Customer Engagement
  • 12-month employment contract

*Please note that you must identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent to be eligible for this role*.

The Opportunity:

This rewarding entry level opportunity is designed to give you practical on the job experience whilst receiving paid study leave to obtain a nationally recognised Certificate III in Customer Engagement.

As a Postal Services Officer you will be involved in a range of areas from completing transactions and providing solutions for customers, through to implementing merchandising activities.

This position is a 12-month traineeship contract, working part-time hours from Monday to Friday. National traineeship wages and conditions apply.


  • Must be able to lift to 16kg of mail and stand on a repetitive basis
  • Be flexible for additional hours, changing shift times and changing locations
  • Ability to provide high quality customer service in a fast-paced environment
  • Have excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Must satisfactorily pass a pre-employment assessment including a drug and alcohol test

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




Location: Bundaberg, Qld - Kepnock

The Opportunity

The Careers in Care Traineeship Intake will provide you with an essential Enhanced Induction with a Host Employer and the opportunity to complete a Traineeship in Individual Support (Certificate III) while working in the sector.

We are seeking applicants who meet the following criteria:

  • Genuine commitment to a career in this industry – imperative!
  • Passion and commitment to a career in the Disability Care Sector
  • Registered, fully insured vehicle with current licence. (Minimum of a Provisional P1 Licence)
  • Current Resume including all courses & qualifications you have previously completed

(Important – if you have completed a Certificate III or higher since leaving school you may not be eligible for this traineeship)

This is a career where you must be committed and available to work weekends, public holidays and evenings including split shifts.

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

Closing Date: 28/07/2021


Business Admin Trainee

Location: Bundaberg, QLD

Job Type: Full-time

During the Business Administration Traineeship, you will be working full-time minimum 38 hours per week while studying a Certificate III in Business Administration.

Applicants will ideally meet the following criteria:

  • Be eligible to complete a traineeship

  • Be well presented, enthusiastic, reliable, and punctual

  • Be motivated with a mature positive attitude

  • Be able to handle challenging customers

  • Driver’s license (minimum of provisional) and own transport essential


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

Closing Date: 11/07/2021


Location: Bundaberg, QLD

Job Type: Full-time

During the Stonemasonary Apprenticeship, you will be working full time 38 hours per week while studying a Certificate III in Stonemasonary (Monumental/Installation).

Applicants will ideally meet the following criteria:

  • Be eligible to complete and commit to a 4-year apprenticeship
  • Be well presented, enthusiastic, reliable and punctual
  • Be motivated with a positive attitude
  • Be physically fit as there is some heavy manual handling tasks
  • Have excellent mathematical knowledge & skills
  • Drivers licence and own reliable transport


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

Closing Date: 16/06/2021



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




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.

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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.

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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.

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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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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


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Indigenous Careers Portal

Karlka Recruiting Group

Telstra Indigenous Employment Site


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