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Employment & Training

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.

 

Child and Family Support Worker (Identified)

Location: Jamboree Heights, QLD

Position Status/Type: Permanent

About the role

In this rewarding role within our Families Together Intensive Family Support Service, you will work alongside families and co-ordinate service delivery to improve the safety and well-being of children and young people. Your daily duties will be varied and challenging, but in essence will include: Conducting risk and needs assessment and providing advice and referrals using a case management model.

  • Collaborating with Local Level Alliance and other key stake holders and working therapeutically with families placed in the program;
  • Providing direct in-home support services to families, including after-hours and on-call services on a rotational basis as required.

You will play a lead role in the development, co-ordination, ongoing review and evaluation of a single case plan. You will perform this effectively through collaboration with the family, key community members and other service providers, ensuring it is based on assessment information, is strengths based, client focused, holistic and trauma informed.

About you

This is an identified position within Churches of Christ in Queensland. To perform this role it is essential that the person who holds the position be an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person. You exude warmth and positivity, and effortlessly build lasting relationships that foster growth and development. Well-developed communication skills are part of your expansive repertoire and you liaise comfortably with a range of internal and external stakeholders.

As a master multi-tasker, you are adept at juggling priorities without compromising on quality. You have comprehensive knowledge of legislative and service requirements and readily foster a culture of compliance.

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

  • A recognised qualification in child and family welfare/ social work/ psychology/ social sciences or a related discipline;
  • Demonstrated practical knowledge of working with children and families exhibiting complex and multiple support needs;
  • Proven ability to effectively and sensitively engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strat Islander People, coupled with a strong understanding of cultural and societal issues that impact upon them.

Importantly, you will be someone who closely aligns with our organisational values of: Unconditional Love, Continual Innovation, Mutual Trust and Wise Stewardship.

For a further position description and too apply now, FOLLOW THIS LINK.

Applications close: Monday 30 September 2019

 

 

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Officer

Location: Bundamba, QLD

About the role

In this newly created role your primary goal will be to support and deliver culturally appropriate engagement practice within all Children, Youth and Families programs across the region. You will be responsible for identifying, maintaining and supporting local relationships and partnerships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people including children, young people and families, communities, elders and organisations. Your days will be diverse and challenging but your key everyday tasks will include:

  • Project managing the development and implementation of a regional community engagement action plan, incorporating community leaders and the service sector to support and connect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, young people and families;
  • Providing local level advice and consultancy on cultural matters including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander protocols, history and contemporary issues relevant to the communities;
  • Contributing to the provision of culturally sensitive services and a culturally safe working environment through consultation and engagement with local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, employees and organisations;

About you

This is an identified position within Churches of Christ in Queensland. To perform this role it is essential that the person who holds the position be an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person.

Empathy is second nature to you, and you are compassionate toward all people. You have a welcoming disposition that renders you capable of forming positive relationships that foster growth and development.

You have cultural capability and knowledge that inspires teams to achieve shared goals and work towards positive outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. With well-developed communication skills you liaise comfortably with a range of internal and external stakeholders.

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

  • Qualification in child and family welfare, or a behaviour science and/or relevant experience;
  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the historical and contemporary issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people;
  • Proven ability to effectively and sensitively engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, coupled with a strong understanding of cultural and societal issues that impact upon them;

Importantly, you will be someone who closely aligns with our organisational values of: modelling unconditional love; behaving with integrity; and being good stewards.

For a further position description and too apply, FOLLOW THIS LINK.

Applications close: Applications will be assessed as they are received

 

 

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Generalist Health Worker, Mental Health and Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Service, Yarrabah

Position Status/Type: Permanent/Full-time

Workplace Location: Cairns Region, Far North Qld

Purpose of the Role

To participate in the delivery of mental health care services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to ensure services received are considerate of the cultural needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people accessing the Yarrabah Mental Health Service.

  • This role is designated as Indigenous Identified.  Under s.25 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 (Qld), it is a genuine occupational requirement for the incumbent to be an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person.  To allow the panel to confirm that you are eligible to be considered for this Indigenous Identified role, the panel may either:

    - accept your written assertion that you are of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent; or

    - obtain from you, as part of your formal application, documentary evidence attesting to your Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent.  Full details and a Statutory Declaration is available here: https://www.forgov.qld.gov.au/documents/guideline/evidence-attribute-aboriginal-andor-torres-strait-islander-identified-roles

  •  It is a condition of employment for the employee in this role to be, and remain, vaccinated against or non-susceptible to the following Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPDs) during their employment: Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR), Varicella (chicken pox) and Pertussis (whooping cough). Existing staff engaged prior to 1 July 2016 (and have not had a break in service) are not subject to this new condition of employment unless they are moving from one Hospital and Health Service to another Hospital and Health Service within Queensland). Existing staff that have previously submitted this evidence since 1 July 2016 will not be required to resubmit.

  • It is a condition of employment for the employee in this role to be vaccinated against or not susceptible to Hepatitis B. Proof of vaccination or non-susceptibility is a condition of employment for all staff (new and existing) who have direct contact with patients or who in the course of their work may be exposed to blood/body fluids or contaminated sharps.

  • It is strongly recommended that you complete the VPD Evidence Form and prepare your documents prior to meeting with the selection panel; however you will only be required to supply the evidence if you are the preferred applicant. If you are the preferred applicant, your application for employment will not be successful unless you comply with this Queensland Health policy. Further information and Evidence Forms can be found at https://www.health.qld.gov.au/employment/work-for-us/dept-of-health/pre-employment/vaccinations/providing-evidence

Documents - Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below:

To apply now, FOLLOW THIS LINK.

Closing Date: 30th September 2019

 

 

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Food and Beverage Purchasing Officer

Work type: Permanent - Full Time
Location: Rockhampton
Categories: Hospitality & Tourism

This is an exciting opportunity to join our Onboard Service team based in Rockhampton as a Food and Beverage Purchasing Officer. Experience with inventory control, costing and stock management will be highly regarded. The purpose of the position is to procure quality food and beverage supplies for the Rockhampton Store in a timely and cost effective manner.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Provide food and beverage sourcing in a timely manner in accordance with identified usage, availability and costing information. Make recommendations to relevant stakeholders including communication of product specifications.
  • Supervise the running of the Rockhampton Store including stock management and inventory control.
  • Analyse, determine and predict levels of stock required on a weekly basis from product usage reports and trends and order accordingly with an emphasis on cost containment.
  • Manage the payment of invoices of all food and beverage products and review, resolve and authorise invoice variations using applicable computer systems up to the delegated expenditure authority assigned to this position.
  • Audit all food and beverage reports, requisitions and invoices for completeness and accuracy and schedule deliveries in a timely manner to minimise excessive inventories of stock.
  • Liaise and negotiate with contractors and vendors for the provision of supplies to the Rockhampton Store that is cost effective while ensuring a high quality of supplies provided.
  • Undertake monthly stock takes of all food and beverage products within On Board Services.
  • Contribute to the daily maintenance of food safety systems and assist in ensuring that Workplace Health and Safety (WH&S) and food safety requirements are adhered to by catering staff, contractors and vendors.

This is a permanent full-time opportunity with an annual salary of approximately $78,000.00 + Superannuation. This role requires you to be available from Monday-Friday standard business hours.

As Queensland Rail is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace, we encourage women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, people from non-English speaking backgrounds, and members of other diverse groups to apply.

For a further position description and to apply, FOLLOW THIS LINK.

Please submit a resume and covering letter outlining your relevant experience by 5pm Monday the 23rd of September 2019.

 

 

Project Officer - 6 Month Contract (Identified Position)

  • Location: Brisbane
  • Job Type: Contract or Temp
  • Reference No. 3003317

Job Description:

First Grade is currently working with the Healing Foundation to source a Project Officer to work with them on a 6 month contract, specifically working on the Redress Scheme.

The role is an identified position and is only open to Australians of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage and is based at Cannon Hill in Brisbane's eastern suburbs.

Under the guidance of the Programs Deputy Director, you will be responsible for the the following:

  • Establish and maintain strong, effective and culturally appropriate relationships with communities and contracted parties
  • Supports team awareness of healing orientated values with staff, stakeholders and communities
  • Provide support and manage relationships with key Redress Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stakeholders including survivor advocacy groups, counselling and support services
  • Shares relevant information from stakeholders to better inform processes across the National Redress Scheme
  • Works directly with hard to reach community organisations, and to provide information and remove barriers to their engagement with the National redress Scheme
  • Will be required to hold yearly training sessions for National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander support services which aim to reduce trauma
  • Attend stakeholder and government conferences each month regarding the Redress Scheme

If successful with your application you will be well rewarded with attractive working conditions, an opportunity to progress your career with an organisation that is dedicated to helping create a better future for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.

For more information or to be considered for this position, please send a copy of an up to date CV to Dan at First Grade on daniel.wilson@firstgrade.com.au

 

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) Liaison Officer

Location: Southport, Qld

  • Part-Time or Full-time position (to be negotiated with a suitable candidate)
  • New position to headspace Southport/Lives Lived Well
  • Enjoy benefits that include salary packaging and 5 additional paid leave days
  • Based near the Broadwater Parklands with plenty of outdoor space to enjoy

About the role

At Lives Lived Well, we are looking for an enthusiastic ATSI Liaison Officer who will facilitate the development of headspace Southport as a culturally safe environment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people.

In addition, the position will:

  • Provide advice on ATSI issues and service development opportunities
  • Facilitate relationships with key partner agencies on the Gold Coast
  • Directly engage & support ATSI Young People to access headspace service

This is an ongoing role with support from a highly experienced Partnerships Manager and a community services team.

The base salary range for this role is $34.05 - 36.64 per hour + super (9.5%) + salary packaging to increase your take home pay by $6 000 per annum.

The position is an identified Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander position. Applicants must be of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent. Exemption is claimed under Section 14d of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977.

If you are interested in the role, the ideal candidate will have:

  • Experience working with & within local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
  • Experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people with mental health, AOD and other health issues &/or qualifications in social work with a youth-related focus
  • Understanding of relevant public health, human rights frameworks, advocacy networks, and social health issues for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people
  • Demonstrated experience leading the development of youth social group programs
  • Excellent communication skills, with highly developed interpersonal, coaching, and consultative skills
  • Drivers Licence
  • Blue Card (or able to apply)

Closing Date: Monday 30th September

For a further position description and to apply, FOLLOW THIS LINK.

For more information about the role please contact, via email recruitment@llw.org.au

 

 

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GAZ - APS2 - Outer Islands Torres Strait - Border Monitoring Officer - Affirmative Measures

Location: QLD

Period of Vacancy: Up to 3 years

Number of Vacancies: 2.00

Applications close: Friday 11 October 2019 at 4:00PM - AEST. Late applications will not be accepted.

Who can apply:

We are seeking to fill vacancies with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people.

The filling of this vacancy is intended to constitute an affirmative measure under section 8(1) of the 'Racial Discrimination Act 1975'. This vacancy is only available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people.

About the role:

The Department’s Border Monitoring Officers are responsible for overseeing the immigration movement of Traditional Visitors within the Torres Strait Protected Zone between Australia and Papua New Guinea.  They implement the ‘free movement’ provisions as defined by the Torres Strait Treaty in combination with the Migration Act 1958, managing the customary flow of people to conduct traditional activities, checking the identity of travellers and ensuring arrivals and departures occur at designated landing places.

Our ideal candidate:

The Australian Border Force is looking for people who have the capacity to work closely with island Councillors as well as the local community to manage the traditional flow of people and report on any other movements in the region. BMOs play an important role in border protection.

Specific duties/responsibilities:

All roles require:

  • Monitor the traditional movement of people and goods under the Torres Strait Treaty to ensure the integrity of the Treaty
  • Maintain accurate records of Traditional Visitor (TV) movements
  • Liaise regularly with the Island Regional Council and Prescribed Bodies Corporate (PBC) and attend and speak at community meetings as the department’s representative
  • Support the wider BMO network including backfilling or working on other islands as required
  • Conduct the duties of a Department of Agriculture (DoA) Officer under the Letter of Exchange (LoE) arrangement (training will be provided).
  • Provide accurate and timely reports to the Torres Strait District Office
  • Comply with and report on work health and safety regulations and practices
  • Experience in the use of Microsoft products such as Word, Outlook and Excel will be an advantage.

Role requirements/qualifications:

  • Desirable: Current drivers licence

For a further position description and how to apply, FOLLOW THIS LINK.

 

Driver/ Vending Machine Replenish - Aboriginal identified

Location: Mackay, QLD

Position type: Casual

This is an Indigenous- identified position. Applicants must be of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander decent (pursuant to Section 14 (d) of the Anti-discrimination act.

Your responsibilities will include but not limited to:

  • Travelling to multiple client sites
  • Vending Machine and VMI management including implementing scanning solutions.
  • Identify and promoting opportunities for improvement and service
  • Maintain the stores and keep all areas clean
  • Provide a high level of onsite customer service

The successful applicant will display the following attributes:

  • Face to face customer service or retail experience with warehousing knowledge ideally within the Industrial wholesale industry.
  • A strong customer service background.
  • Strong communication skills with the ability to build long term relationships with customers
  • Ability to work unsupervised and demonstrated reliability.
  • Strong attention to detail and time management skills
  • A valid driver’s vehicle license.

In your application can you please advise if you identify of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent

Experience:

  • managing stock: 1 year (Preferred)
  • customer service: 1 year (Preferred)
  • delivery driving: 1 year (Preferred)

Licence:

  • Drivers Licence (Preferred)

CLICK 'APPLY NOW' LINK FOR APPLICATION FORM

 

Employment Consultant - Indigenous

Location: Strathpine, QLD

We have an opportunity for an Employment Consultant / Indigenous Specialist to join a highly established team in North Brisbane. This role will involve looking after our Indigenous caseload of Jobseekers and will be based at our Strathpine site.

This role would ideally suit someone who can demonstrate their ability to create employment opportunities for our Indigenous caseload.

Core duties of this role include:

  • Case management of Jobseekers
  • Local Representative at Indigenous community groups and stakeholder meetings
  • Work with a team including Employer Account Managers and Post Placement Support Officers to assist you with your outcomes
  • Engage in networking activities to strengthen relationships with local business and community groups to create employment opportunities for jobseekers
  • Working to placement targets and KPI's

Skills and Experience:

  • Reverse marketing and cold calling experience
  • Case management experience of Indigenous Jobseekers desirable
  • Proven ability working to targets and KPI's
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Strong administration and compliance capabilities

You must be eligible to work in Australia, have a current driver’s licence and a comprehensively insured vehicle. You will be required to undergo a criminal history check and be able to complete a Working with Children check.

Please note you may be required to do a digital interview (Hirevue) as part of this process.

Aboriginal and/Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply

For a further position description and to apply, FOLLOW THIS LINK.

 


Customer Service Assistant (Trade Supplies) | Aboriginal identified

Location: Townsville, Qld

  • Australian industry Leader in Safety and Hardware products
  • Company Uniform supplied + Great company Incentives
  • Townsville location, Full time hours

This is an Indigenous- identified position. Applicants must be of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander decent (pursuant to Section 14 (d) of the Anti-discrimination act.

Reporting to the Branch Operations Manager, you will be responsible for:

Your responsibilities will be:

  • Act as a first point of contact for sales enquiries at the trade counter
  • Customer service both Face to Face and on the phone
  • Process customer orders and quotes
  • Pick, pack and despatch customer orders (freight management)
  • Maintaining stock levels on shelves
  • Actively participate to ensure a safe working environment for all

To be successful in this role, you will have:

  • Professional personal presentation and good communication skills.
  • Have a proactive and positive attitude
  • A desire to learn and share knowledge
  • Customer service or warehousing experience (would be valued)

In your application can you please advise if you identify of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent

Experience:

  • Retail: 1 year (Preferred)
  • customer service: 1 year (Preferred)
  • PPE gear or industrial supplies: 1 year (Preferred)

CLICK 'APPLY NOW' LINK FOR APPLICATION FORM

 

 

Support Worker - Cultural (Identified)

This role is responsible for the support and guidance of Foster Carers and staff to improve their knowledge and awareness of the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people. We aim to respond in a holistic way that considers family, spiritual, community and individual needs to achieve better outcomes.

  • This is a part time role, working four days per week on a twelve-month contract.

It is a genuine occupational requirement of this role to identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, under S25 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 (Qld).

Skills & Experience

Having a real connection to culture, you will be passionate about supporting both young people and those who care for them to increase their knowledge and understanding.  To join our team you will also need to display the following:

  • Demonstrated knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and a commitment to the development of meaningful connections for children to their family, community, country & culture
  • Experience in supporting vulnerable children & families and a professional understanding of the impact statutory systems can have
  • Act as an ambassador for cultural unity – providing mentorship, guidance, training and advice to non-Indigenous carers and staff to assist in the development of their cultural understanding
  • Being an engaged team member – working across multiple programs with a range of management, staff and external stakeholders
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills with a ‘can do’ attitude and proactive approach to problem solving and successful outcomes
  • Strong time management and ability to work to deadlines effectively – including completing case notes and documentation as required

For a further position description and too apply, FOLLOW THIS LINK.

Applications close Thursday 26th September 2019

 

 

Youth Worker (Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander) - Milton

  • Part time position | Working across the Brisbane region
  • Competitive hourly rate and access to salary packaging | Starting rate $29.77
  • Hope & Healing bonus of $300 in recognition for completing all 10 modules prior to starting your first day

Ideally, we are seeking candidates that have experience working with children and young people that display complex and challenging behaviours as well as children with dual mental health and disability diagnosis.

Key Responsibilities

  • Form and maintain professional, nurturing relationships with children and young people by building trust through visible interest and active engagement
  • Act as an appropriate adult role model, seeking to engage young people in purposeful activities aimed at developing life skills and self-worth
  • Support the involvement of family and where applicable, facilitate family visits/connection and the promotion of positive family relationships with children and young people, to suit individual needs
  • Promote and encourage positive relationships with peers and other persons significant to the child/young person
  • Assist the child/young person to participate as full as possible in making decisions about the activities undertaken 
  • Provide daily care, supervision and transport to children and young people in our care guided by the CARE practice model.
  • Support the routines of children and young people through assisting and supervising transitions, such as wake-up, bedtime, personal care routines, completion of chores and laundry, meals, meal preparation, recreational activities, homework supervision and assistance.
  • Demonstrate an empathetic understanding of complex trauma, incorporating this understanding into everyday interactions, as well as responding to pain-based behaviour in a sensitive, trauma-informed way.

Skills & Experience

  • Either hold and maintain; or be actively working towards a Certificate IV in Child, Youth and Family Intervention (Residential Care) or a recognised relevant qualification. If working towards a recognised relevant qualification, the qualification must be attained by no later than 30 June 2020.
  • Valid unrestricted Australian drivers licence.
  • Valid Senior First Aid Certificate and CPR Certification.
  • Complete Hope and Healing Framework Foundations prior to commencement

Successful candidates will be required to clear probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check (where relevant to the role).

Highly Regarding - Experience working in the OOHC/Residential Care

Please note: our residential services in Brisbane run a 24/7 roster model and the successful candidates will be required to work weekends, sleepovers, and public holidays.

Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible as applications may be reviewed prior to the closing date; and as such the closing date is subject to change without notice. 

Current application closing date is the 26th September 2019.

For a further description and how to apply, Follow This Link.

 

Cleaners - Indigenous Identified Positions

  • Location: Brisbane, QLD
  • Job Type: Contract or Temp
  • Reference No. 4426531

Job Description:

First Grade is a majority owned Indigenous organisation. We currently have immediate opportunities for Indigenous workers who want to work in the Cleaning Services industry.

We are seeking enthusiastic and motivated cleaners to work in a high paced and busy environment in the Brisbane CBD.

To be successful with your application for this role you must:

  • Be enthusiastic and interested to work in the cleaning and maintenance industry
  • Able to work up to 38 hours a week (some weekends may be involved)
  • Have a positive and friendly attitude to ensure customer satisfaction

Please note applicants will be subjected to a police check.

For a further position description and to apply for this position, FOLLOW THIS LINK.

 

Customer Service Officer - Aboriginal Identified

  • Join an Australian Industry leader in Industrial and Safety products
  • 6 weeks paid training, Full time
  • Townsville location, salary package $50,375

This is an Indigenous- identified position. Applicants must be of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander decent (pursuant to Section 14 (d) of the Anti-discrimination act.

Your key responsibilities include:

  • Assist customers via telephone or email by recommending the best product or services to match their needs
  • Inform customers of new product range and services where applicable
  • Understanding customer’s sales history and proactively identifying requirements
  • Ensure customer requests are actioned in a timely manner within allocated timeframes
  • Take ownership in continuing and cultivating all customer interactions

To be the successful candidate, you will demonstrate:

  • Experience in a high volume call centre environment
  • Outstanding customer service skills
  • High attention to detail
  • Demonstrated problem solving skills
  • Clear communication is essential

Experience:

  • Administration: 1 year (Preferred)
  • customer service: 1 year (Preferred)
  • call centre: 1 year (Preferred)

Licence:

  • Drivers Licence (Preferred)

In your application can you please advise if you identify of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent

CLICK 'APPLY NOW' LINK FOR APPLICATION FORM

 

Underground Mining Operators - Indigenous Identified

We are currently recruiting for multiple underground roles to be based in the Tanami desert region of the Northern Territory, these roles are for Aboriginal or Torres Strait Individuals.

Benefits:

  • Weekly pay
  • Superannuation on all hours
  • FIFO Perth/Brisbane/ Alice Springs/Darwin

Roles available:

  • All Rounder experience in Sandvik gear - 421 twin boom jumbo, solo and rig) / Caterpillar
  • Charge-up crew members
  • Nippers
  • Long hole Drillers
  • Paste Service Crew
  • Service Crew
  • 2/1 Roster - Days/Nights.

About you:

  • Current Drivers Licence
  • Ability to obtain a National Police Clearance
  • Ability to pass a pre-employment medical
  • Safety conscious

The position/s will only be open to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants. The filling of this position/these positions is intended to constitute a special/equal opportunity measure under section 8(1) of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth), s 51 of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 (WA).

Click on the APPLY NOW link to submit your application.

 

 

Community Development Officer Indigenous

Location: Blackwater, Central Queensland or negotiable across CHRC region.

This position is being offered on a permanent part time basis with approx. 21.75 hours per week (3 days)

About the Role

The Community Development Officer Indigenous role is responsible for working with the wider community, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and council staff to facilitate and deliver the Reconciliation Action Plan.

Responsibilities of the Role:

  • Service Delivery. Assist with the successful delivery of council’s community planning, development and engagement activities consistent with Central Highlands 2022 Community Plan, Corporate Plan, Operational Plan, Reconciliation Action Plan and other strategic documents and as required by relevant legislation.
  • Community Development. Using an asset-based approach, undertake community needs assessments and coordinate Council’s Indigenous Community Development initiatives and events as outlined in the Reconciliation Action Plan.
  • Community Planning. Lead Council’s Reconciliation Action Planning and assist with facilitating, implementing and reporting to ensure Indigenous peoples have a voice.
  • Community Engagement. Undertake community engagement and communications planning, facilitate activities and reporting for Council’s Reconciliation Action Plan.
  • Advocacy. Advocate for the Indigenous community to other levels of Government, relevant organisations and institutions about the needs of the community, funding requirements and other social impacts using an evidence-based approach

Pre-Employment Checks

To be appointed to a permanent position, you must be an Australian citizen, or have permanent residency status, or a visa permitting you to work in Australia permanently. If you have a visa permitting you to work temporarily in Australia, you may be appointed to a temporary or casual position, providing the work complies with the conditions of your visa.

The pre-employment checks relevant to this position include:

  • Right to Work in Australia
  • Medical Assessment including Drug & Alcohol testing.
  • Working with Children Blue Card or willingness and eligibility to obtain.
  • Reference checks

Central Highlands Regional Council will arrange these checks for the preferred candidate following interview.

For a further position description and too apply, Follow This Link.

 

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Indigenous Head Ranger

  • Mount Isa
  • Immediate start
  • 9/5 Roster

The Myuma Group is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and Traditional Owners of the Lake Eyre Basin are strongly encouraged to apply. This is a full time position and applicants must identify as Indigenous.

Key Responsibilities and Selection Criteria

  • Planning activities for the Mt Isa team, with colleagues and traditional owners, to achieve the aims of the Ranger Program and implement DAC’s strategic priorities.
  • Developing work project plans and keeping within program budgets.
  • Supervising on-ground activities that deliver environmental, cultural heritage and conservation outcomes.
  • Assuming overall responsibility for:
  • Supervising staff to support compliance with health and safety processes
  • Ensuring the work plan is achieved through day-to-day work planning, scheduling and coordination
  • Coordinating the Ranger team day to day activities
  • Developing and maintaining strong relationships with key stakeholders
  • Mentoring and team development, including ongoing capacity-building for team members
  • Managing Ranger assets, ensuring equipment and assets are purchased, checked, maintained and repaired in accordance with policies and procedures.
  • Working with traditional owners, pastoralists, local government and community groups to achieve ‘caring for country’ outcomes and raise awareness of the importance of looking after country.

To be eligible for this position, you must:

  • Identify as Indigenous.
  • Have a strong interest to work on country, sometimes after hours and often away from home for extended periods of time.
  • Be able to work to comply with safe work practices.
  • Hold at a minimum a current C class manual driver's licence.
  • Hold a Blue Card, or be eligible to obtain one.
  • Be physically fit and able to pass a medical test.
  • Be a reliable, responsible and professional communicator and team player.
  • Hold formal qualifications in a relevant field; at a minimum Certificate III Conservation and Land Management, Natural Resource Management or Environmental Studies.

For further information about the role please contact hr@myuma.org.au

Too Apply Now, Follow This Link.

 

Indigenous Chef

Location: Toowoomba, Qld

THE ROLE OF CAMP CHEF

  • We are looking for enthusiastic, self-motivated qualified chef's to work out in our mobile and fixed camps.
  • Our chefs work FIFO (fly in, fly out) a 2 weeks on, 2 weeks off roster (the perfect lifestyle roster!), out in remote oil and gas sites in the Surat basin. You will be cooking for the rig crew and any extra guests in the camps.
  • In the camp kitchen you will generally be working autonomously doing 11-12 hours shifts, you will be responsible for managing the kitchen and will be responsible for cooking, food prep, cleaning, assisting with ordering, and more.
  • The beauty of our roster is that you work hard for 2 weeks straight and then come home for 2 weeks straight to relax and do whatever you would like in your spare time! Whether that is spending time with family, getting stuck into your hobbies, travelling or taking extra casual work. Our chefs really love the fact that they have the flexibility to do whatever they want with their lives half the year!

WHAT'S REQUIRED FOR THE ROLE?

  • Certificate III in Commercial Cookery or equivalent - Must be attached to your application (if overseas qualification or older Australian qualification official verification must be provided also)
  • Commitment and Initiative
  • Ability to work autonomously
  • Strong time management skills
  • An open manual Drivers Licence (Car or Higher)
  • Current First Aid and CPR certificate (this is not essential on application)

The successful candidate will be required to undertake a full medical including drug and alcohol screen, and pass Police checks. Easternwell is committed to the safety of all their employees. Our goal is to ensure everyone goes home safe and sound every day.

This is an Indigenous- identified position. Applicants must be of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander decent (pursuant to Section 14 (d) of the Anti-discrimination act.

For a further position description and too apply, Follow This Link.

 

 

Forklift Operator / Labourers - Indigenous Opportunities

About the Roles
We currently have a number of opportunities for genuine hardworking individuals. The successful candidates will be responsible for completing day to day labouring duties associated with the manufacturing of pre-cast concrete products.

Available Opportunities

  • Forklift operator with experience handling large heavy objects on rough surfaces (non warehouse)
  • Steel fixers / Reo welders
  • General Labourers

Skills & Experience

  • MUST be reliable with a positive attitude and good work ethic
  • Experience working in civil construction / production pre-cast
  • MIG Welding experience would be highly regarded
  • Previous experience building / setting up concrete moulds would be highly regarded
  • A genuine desire to learn and work hard will outweigh previous experience
  • Must have reliable transport and current drivers licence
  • Demonstrated commitment to safety
  • Ability to work 8- 12 hour shifts
  • QLD Construction White / Blue Card
  • Ability to pass a Pre-Employment Medical / Dug & Alcohol
  • 2 contactable work referees
If this sounds like an opportunity that you would be interested in please apply now and attach an updated resume with all relevant tickets, licenses and certificates.

 

 

Custodial Correctional Officer

Queensland Corrective Services is a top-tier forward thinking public safety agency, committed to the humane containment, supervision and rehabilitation of offenders. Every day, our work makes Queensland a safer place to live and work. 

This talent pipeline is open for candidates to register their interest as a Custodial Correctional Officer (CCO) throughout Queensland, to assist Queensland Corrective Services (QCS) identify potentially suitable applicants for employment opportunities at any time of the year.

If deemed suitable, your details will remain in the Custodial Correctional Officer - Talent Pipeline and you will be contacted further by QCS Recruitment at the time an opportunity arises. QCS Recruitment will request your participation in a recruitment and selection process to further determine suitability for employment.

Position Status/Type: Permanent/Full-time

Workplace Location: Brisbane Inner City,Brisbane - North,Brisbane - South,Brisbane - East,Brisbane - West,North West Qld,Cairns region,Wide Bay,Far North Qld,Townsville region,Rockhampton region,Sunshine Coast,Ipswich region.

About the Role

As a Custodial Correctional officer, you will play a vital role in making the state of Queensland a safe place to live. You will be tasked with securing prisoners and assisting in their rehabilitation. Your challenge is to help them return home with a greater respect for our laws and a willingness to positively contribute to their communities.

To thrive in the job, you will need energy, empathy and resilience. We are not concerned if you've been a tradie, an accountant, a hairdresser or a teacher - we want Custodial Correctional Officers with life skills. We want officers who communicate well and can find common ground with anyone.

What skills & experience do you need? No previous experience in a similar role, or any particular qualifications are required to be successful in this position. We know that a good Custodial Correctional Officer comes from a variety of backgrounds and as such, we encourage people from all different races, genders and cultural backgrounds to apply.

Please see role description for further information

Documents - Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below.

Before you submit an application, please refer to the CCO Applicant Guide for more detailed information about the opportunity.

For a confidential discussion about the Custodial Correctional Officer Talent Pipeline, please contact QCS Recruitment.

Too Apply Now, Follow This Link.

Closing Date: 27 Nov 2019 -  Applications to remain current for twelve months

 

 

Indigenous Housekeepers

Location: Toowoomba or Brisbane (dependent on camp location)

Job Type: Full-time

Are you of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander decent, and currently seeking employment in hospitality and catering at one of our Surat Basin Camp sites?  Would you like the opportunity to work for an exciting global organisation? Ask us how we can help you to find a job that fits your skills and abilities and offers the opportunity to advance your career prospects.

This position will only be offered to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants and is an equal opportunity measure under Section 105 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991. 

THE ROLE OF HOUSEKEEPER

  • We are looking for enthusiastic, self-motivated housekeeper to work out in our mobile and fixed camps. 
  • Our housekeepers work FIFO (fly in, fly out) 2 weeks on, 2 weeks off roster (the perfect lifestyle roster!), out in remote onshore oil and gas sites in the Surat and Cooper basin. 
  • Reporting to the Camp Manager, Easternwell Housekeepers are responsible for providing professional catering and housekeeping operations
  • In the camp you will generally be working autonomously doing 11-12 hours shifts, you will be responsible for the entire cleaning of bedrooms and bathrooms, full laundry cycle, general cleaning and housekeeping duties in the camp, driving and delivering 2 meals throughout the day to the rig and much more.

WHAT'S REQUIRED FOR THE ROLE?

  • Previous commercial cleaning experience (preferred) 
  • Commitment and initiative
  • Ability to work autonomously
  • Strong time management skills
  • An open manual Drivers Licence (Car or Higher)
  • Current First Aid and CPR certificate (this is not essential on application)

APPLY NOWIf you believe that you meet the above criteria, have the required qualities and want to work for a company who values its employees, please click the 'apply' button now!

PLEASE NOTE: This position is FIFO from Toowoomba or Brisbane (dependent on camp location), we require the successful person to reside locally as travelling to the point of hire is your responsibility.  Easternwell arrange for you to get to site from one of the points of hire.  Due to the large number of applications we receive in relation to this position, we are only able to contact applicants that are shortlisted.

The successful candidate will be required to undertake a full medical including drug and alcohol screen, and pass Police checks. Easternwell is committed to the safety of all their employees.  Our goal is to ensure everyone goes home safe and sound every day. 

 

 

Child Safety Support Worker 

Location: Townsville, QLD

The Youth Worker position is responsible for the delivery of services which include out of home care in safe and stable accommodation, it also will work towards the identified goals of each young person as set out by the Department of Children Services. The successful worker will be someone with the flexibility to work short and long shifts and at times covering for other team members. The shifts will be a variety of tasks such as personal care, domestic care, shopping, transport and social support.]

To join our team, you must have the following requirements:

  • Minimum Certificate 4 in a recognised area (must be working towards or have a completed recognised qualification)
  • Completed Hope and Healing Framework Foundation Training - this will be supplied by Wellways on induction
  • First Aid Certificate
  • Drivers Licence and your own vehicle
  • Personal Care experience
  • Experience in community care
  • Practical, active and caring personality
  • Police clearance - not less than 6 months old
  • Blue & Yellow card (Current)

How to apply

To apply and to download a copy of the position description please visit our careers website & enter ref code: 4567166.

Applications Close: 03 Nov 2019

 

 

Registered Nurse (RN Medic)| Casual I Full-time

Registered Nurse (RN Medic) | Curtis Island |

Hours of Work: 0600 to 1800 (1-hour ferry ride from Gladstone)

Salary: $615.42 per day

Position Overview

The RN Medic will provide a range of primary health care & occupational health management on the Shell Project at Curtis Islands. We are seeking Registered Nurses that can do a range of activities including responding to medical emergencies and will be responsible to:

· Primary Health Care / Injury & Illness Management

· Fitness to Work (FTW) Assessments

· Drug & Alcohol Testing

· Health & Wellness Promotion

· Compliance with Clinical Governance Frameworks, providing evidenced based, client focused and transparent health services, that demonstrates advanced clinical nursing care and comprehensive decision making

· Develop and maintain professional working relationships with all key stakeholders

· Actively participate in compliance, assurance and continuous improvement activities.

· Assist to develop, implement, manage and regularly assess the site staff induction program.

· Assist to review of Fitness to Work Medicals and monitor participants under RTW programs.

For a further position description and too apply, follow this link.

For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Melissa Broers on (02) 6203 9500

 

Registered Nurse (RN Medic) I Part Time I Casual

Registered Nurse (RN Medic) I Chinchilla |

Hours of Work: 0700 to 1700

Salary: $473.40 per day

Position Overview

The RN Medic will provide a range of primary health care & occupational health management on the Shell Project at Chinchilla. We are seeking Registered Nurses that can do a range of activities including responding to medical emergencies and will be responsible to:

• Responding to medical emergencies

• Primary Health Care / Injury & Illness Management

• Fitness to Work (FTW) Assessments

• Drug & Alcohol Testing

• Health & Wellness Promotion

To apply: Please send your CV and a cover letter outlining your suitability for the role to recruitment@aspenmedical.com

For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Melissa Broers on (02) 6203 9500

 

Apprenticeships & Traineeships 2019

 

Business Administration Trainee - Indigenous Identified Role

Location: Brisbane Central Business District QLD

Are you looking to forge a career in Business? WPC Group has an exciting opening for a Business Administration Trainee to join a Government department in the heart of Brisbane CBD.

Duties:

  • Administration duties: data entry, ordering of stationary, organising meetings
  • Assisting office staff: assisting in the preparation of presentations, taking minutes in meetings, processing complaints
  • Engagement with community: working closely with Indigenous communities, coordinating events

Benefits:

  • Working in a corporate setting within a Government department
  • Full-time, Monday – Friday work week
  • Centrally located, within a short walk to public transport, food and entertainment
  • 12 month traineeship, with Certificate III in Business Administration upon completion
  • Fee free training
  • Specialised training delivered on-site by a leading training provider
  • As well as receiving Indigenous mentoring, a dedicated mentor from WPC Group will support and guide you through your traineeship

About you:

  • Identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander
  • Keen interest in Business and Administration
  • Strong communication and people skills
  • Attention to detail and well-presented
  • Basic understanding of Microsoft applications
  • Previous customer service experience is beneficial but not essential

The successful applicant must be of Australian Indigenous background (Aboriginality is a genuine occupational qualification and is authorised by section 89 of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010).

 For a further position description and to apply, FOLLOW THIS LINK.

 

Civil Construction Traineeship

Location: Gold Coast, Qld

Applicants must have a desire to work in the construction industry with a focus on rehabilitation of roads and road furniture. The traineeship is a paid position whilst gaining a nationally recognised qualification - Certificate II in Civil Construction - Road Construction Maintenance. As this Traineeship is within a busy fast paced environment, you must possess a 'Can Do' attitude and have a strong work ethic with a passion to work outdoors. Experience or awareness of working near traffic and civil construction is desirable.

What we can offer you during your traineeship:
  • Learn to Construct and Rehabilitate Roads and Road Furniture
  • Plan and organise work
  • Carry out measurements and calculations
  • Read, interpret plans & specifications
  • Communicate in the workplace
  • Use hand and power tools
  • Control the work methods to ensure that construction work is carried out in an efficient and compliant manner
  • Comply with safety procedures to maintain a safe work environment and to ensure compliance with Workplace Health and Safety Legislation
  • Ongoing coaching, mentoring and support to complete a Nationally recognised qualification - Certificate II in Civil Construction - Road Construction Maintenance
  • Fantastic pay rates
  • Annual Leave, Sick Leave and Public Holiday pay apply with this position
  • Potential career in the industry
Mandatory requirements:
  • Must identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander
  • OHS Construction White Card essential prior to commencement
  • Motivated and willing to learn
  • Reliable and have a positive attitude
  • Drivers Licence and reliable transport essential
  • Construction or General labouring experience desirable
  • Flexible to work days and nights
  • Strong commitment to complete Traineeship
  • Must be a self-starter and demonstrate initiative
Highly desirable requirements:
  • Experience or awareness of working near traffic and civil construction is desirable
  • Passion for 'hands on work' and enjoys the outdoors.
  • Competent numeracy & literacy skills
  • Completed year 10 High School Certificate
  • Proven experience in outdoor Labouring desirable
  • Proven experience working within a team environment
  • Commitment to complete theory/written and practical components of the qualification
Location: Applicants must live on the Gold Coast to be considered for this opportunity. Prior to an offer of employment a pre-employment medical examination 'fit for work' (including passing a drug and alcohol screen) is required.
To apply now, FOLLOW THIS LINK.

 

 

Business Administration Trainee

ATW are seeking Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander candidates for a Business Administration Traineeship position.

Position Summary: If you’re looking for the perfect entry to many career pathways, a qualification in Business Administration may be for you!

Location: Brisbane, QLD

Work Type: Full time (Average 38 hours per week)

Traineeship duration: 12 months

Key Responsibilities

  • Carry out administrative, reception, client assistance, customer service and complaints handling processes plus information handling and processing tasks
  • Involvement in activities such as mail handling/distribution, accounts payable/receivable, creation of documents and spread sheets, electronic presentations, storage and retrieving of electronic information, document and records management
  • Use office equipment and implements including computers, photocopier, filing systems, binding stapling and fastening machines, communications/phone systems
  • Workplace housekeeping tasks
  • Complete appropriate documentation and recording information on computerised programs
  • Carry out theory and practical assessment tasks in a workplace situation/training centre
  • Communicate and interact with others in workplace and training centre environments, may include customer interaction
  • Follow induction processes and codes of conduct.

Note: The responsibilities outlined are not exhaustive; the position summary is intended to capture the broad extent of this role.

Skills and Knowledge:

– Strong interpersonal skills
– Excellent listening and communication skills
– Sound knowledge in Microsoft Office
– Higher School Certificate or similar qualification

How to Apply

Please send your resume to admin@atw.org.au along with your contact details.

 

 

Hospitality Traineeship x 10 positions (Townsville)

This is a paid Traineeship in Hospitality business for 18 weeks and based in Townsville.

Position Overview

Carry out tasks related to hospitality (including housekeeping, food and beverage, customer service, events and functions, administration etc.) under supervision consistent with learning progression. Complete learning and assessment outcomes required for the traineeship, whilst undertaking a Certificate I in Hospitality training program.

Key Responsibilities

  • Provide service support to the workplace supervisor;
  • Consistently offer professional, friendly engaging service;
  • Assist customers/guests in an informative and helpful way;
  • Follow Host Employer policies, procedures and service standards;
  • Develop a knowledge of Food and Beverage products and promotions;
  • Follow all safety and sanitation policies and procedures when handling food and beverage;
  • Take and deliver customer orders whilst providing excellent customer service;
  • Prepare set ups for tables and/or rooms, ensure cleanliness;
  • Following cash handling procedures as directed;
  • Assist other departments wherever necessary and maintain good working relationships;
  • Carry out administrative, receptionist, client assistance, information handling and other processing tasks if required or directed;
  • Maintain any records in a neat and orderly manner to ensure ease of locating documents, reports and other paperwork and identity improvements to current systems and practices;
  • Complete requested tasks and prioritise own tasks to meet appropriate deadlines to a high standard;
  • Respond to all general enquiries in a professional and friendly manner;
  • Running general errands as well as other general administrative duties if directed;
  • Provide professional and friendly customer service to ensure positive feedback is received;
  • Have input into de-briefs at staff meetings to discuss the ways in which processes could be amended if any difficulties occurred;
  • Workplace housekeeping tasks.

To be successful you must possess:

  • Responsible and reliable;
  • Ability to work as part of a team;
  • Ability to follow instructions, positive attitude, excellent grooming standards;
  • Flexibility to respond to a range of different work situations;
  • Ability to meet the eligibility requirements for the Skilling Queenslanders for Work (SQW) Program.

Application:

Forward your application addressing the selection criteria (no more than 2 pages) with a current resume by close of business Saturday 28th September 2019.

For a further position description and too apply, Follow This Link.

 

 

Indigenous Cadet

This cadetship provides the opportunity for Indigenous people to acquire tertiary education to effect senior management positions within CEQ and the wider community.

This cadetship offers a combination of study and the opportunity to apply new learnings through work placement.

CEQ is seeking:

  • A person undertaking an undergraduate degree who is interested in a career at CEQ; or
  • A recent school leaver who is interested in a career with CEQ and wants to complete university studies by external programs. 
  • A person undertaking an undergraduate degree and is interested in working on a part time basis with CEQ

Inclusions of the program:

  • Financial assistance to help you complete your degree
  • Paid employment for work undertaken
  • Working entitlements in accordance with the relevant industrial instruments
  • Work rotations through CEQ departments including Finance, Human Resources, Merchandising, Operations and Logistics in the Cairns office
  • Support from rotation team leaders and a dedicated program leader
  • Permanent employment options 
  • Job diversity

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply

Applications for the cadetship close on 30 September 2019 

For further position description and too apply, Follow This Link.

 

 

                                Too see available vacancies, follow this link.

 

 

                                                                                                                           

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.

 Traineeship Flyer...

 Traineeship Application...

 

 

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.

Follow this link.....

 

 

                 

 

   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.

Follow this link.....

 

Employment & Training Links

 

 Young, Black and Proud Scholarships

What is Young, Black & Proud? (Closed for this round)

Young, Black and Proud Scholarships are for our young mob who want to get further in sport, the arts or achieving academically (school, uni or TAFE).

It's easy as 1,2,3..

1. Jump online or get us to send you the info pack and the application form.

2. Fill out all the info and make sure you sign it or if you're under 18, get you're mum,dad or guardian to sign it.

3. send your application to helloyoungmob@atsichsbrisbane.org.au or mail to:

YBPS Coorddinator

PO BOX 8112

Woolloongabba QLD 4102

YBPP Flyer April 2019 -FOLLOW THIS LINK

 

 

 

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 compliance.manager@gidarjil.com.au or call (07) 4159 5276

 

Some other links and opportunities

Indigenous Employment Australia 

Indigenous Careers Portal

Karlka Recruiting Group

Telstra Indigenous Employment Site

 

Community Education Counsellor (Identified)
Community Education Counsellor (Identified)
Police Liaison Officer/Senior Police Liaison Officer
Police Liaison Officer/Senior Police Liaison Officer
Police Liaison Officer/Senior Police Liaison Officer
Police Liaison Officer/Senior Police Liaison Officer
Police Liaison Officer/Senior Police Liaison Officer

04/08/2019
04/08/2019

Applications Close: 15 Aug 2019

Program Facilitator - Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander - Identified
Program Facilitator - Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander - Identified
Program Facilitator - Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander - Identified
Program Facilitator - Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander - Identified

 

St George Bank

NSW, QLD, SA, WA, ACT

  • School Based Traineeship
  • Full Time Traineeship

 

St George Bank

NSW, QLD, SA, WA, ACT

  • School Based Traineeship
  • Full Time Traineeship

BUPA

Availability across all of Australia

  • School Based Traineeship

 

Westfield (Scentre Group)

QLD, SA, VIC

  • School Based Traineeship

 

Outreach Health Worker - Maternity (Identified)
Outreach Health Worker - Maternity (Identified)

School Based Trainee
School Based Trainee
School Based Trainee
School Based Trainee

Customer Service Assistant (Trade Supplies) | Aboriginal identified
Customer Service Assistant (Trade Supplies) | Aboriginal identified
Customer Service Assistant (Trade Supplies) | Aboriginal identified
Customer Service Assistant (Trade Supplies) | Aboriginal identified
Customer Service Assistant (Trade Supplies) | Aboriginal identified

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How We Became PCCC

Background to the formation and registration of the PCCC Native Title Claimant Application, and the roles and responsibilities of PCCC entities.

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What Programs are Available

Upcoming programs and forms to help the PCCC People, including such things as Funeral, Education and Elderly Assistance.