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Indigenous Job Opportunities - Including Brisbane, Townsville, Mackay & Greater QLD

As the PCCC Trust has well-established relationships with many of the large regional employers across the footprint of PCCC Country. Several of these agreements include commitments to maximise the participation of PCCC People in employment and training opportunities created by these organisations.

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About this Opportunity

  • Casual
  • School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Sciences
  • CQUniversity – Work from home / online
  • Casual rates apply

We are currently accepting expressions of interest from qualified teachers with relevant industry experience in the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care field for the following positions:

  • Teacher (Contact)
  • Tutor
  • Casual Content Writer/Expert
  • Casual Marker 

Please note this vacancy is a casual pool. Your expression of interest will remain valid until 31 December 2023. You will only be contacted if appropriate casual work becomes available whilst your application is active.

Position Requirements

  • Desirable TAE40116 - Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or a Diploma or a higher-level qualification in adult education.
  • Certificate IV in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care Practice or higher relevant qualification
  • AHPRA registration as an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioner
  • Relevant Industry experience.

Applications close 11:59pm, Sunday, 30 June 2024

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Location: Gladstone region 
Classification: Environment & Conservation

Role Overview

The First Nations Fire Volunteer will work as part of a team to undertake a range of activities associated with delivering cultural burns on Council reserves. The volunteer will assist in the planning, and preparation of sites and the implementation of Traditional Burns on Council controlled land.

First Nations nationality is an essential requirement for this role. 

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Position status: Permanent
Position type: Full-time
Occupational group: Psychology, Counselling & Social Work
Workplace Location: Sunshine Coast
Closing date: 28-Oct-2024
Yearly salary: $68327 - $86705
Fortnightly salary: $2619.00 - $3323.40

Child Safety Officers are responsible for delivering statutory child protection services including assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelines. Child Safety Officers work in teams (often multi-disciplinary) based in Child Safety Service Centres covering specific geographical areas in various locations across Queensland.

Key duties and responsibilities

  • Deliver accountable and collaborative integrated child protection services that respect the culture and context of each child, young person, family and community in accordance with departmental policies and procedures, statutory responsibilities, and the child protection practice framework.
  • As part of a multi-disciplinary team (which may include representation from other agencies), undertake high quality strengths-based child protection practice. Including assessment, intervention, casework and case management.
  • Participate and contribute productively as a team member to form culturally appropriate, professional working relationships with colleagues, stakeholders, including children, young people and families, Non-Government Organisations (NGOs), and other service providers.
  • Foster a culture and philosophy of quality frontline service delivery based on collaboration, cooperation, commitment to excellence and professional ethics.
  • Maintain quality case records in accordance with departmental case management requirements.
  • Participate and contribute to a culture of continuous learning, training and professional development, to ensure practice knowledge and skills are contemporary and evidence-based.
  • Draw on demonstrated provisional expertise in one or more disciplinary areas in order to undertake more complex and/or demanding workloads and/or provide coaching, advice and support to less experienced Child Safety Officers (when appropriate).

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Position status: Permanent
Position type: Flexible full-time
Occupational group: Health - Health Service Support
Workplace Location: Central West Qld
Closing date: 30-Jun-2024
Fortnightly salary: $2722.20 - $2910.80

The position is responsible for the prevention, early detection, and management of health problems for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The role will entail service delivery from designated primary clinic locations and outreach services, under limited supervision, as required.

It is a condition of employment for this role for the employee to be, and remain, vaccinated against measles, mumps, rubella, varicella, hepatitis B, pertussis and influenza during their employment.

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  • Position status: Permanent, Temporary, Casual
  • Position type: Full-time
  • Occupational group: Primary Industry & Environment
  • Workplace Location: Brisbane Inner City, Brisbane - North, Brisbane - South, Brisbane - East, Brisbane - West, North West Qld, Cairns region, Toowoomba region, Far North Qld, Townsville region, Mackay region, Rockhampton region, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Central West Qld, South West Qld
  • Closing date Ongoing
  • Yearly salary $61476 - $65306
  • Fortnightly salary $2356.40 - $2503.20'

QPWS are currently recruiting for several Ranger positions across Queensland, including Indigenous Identified roles (section 25 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991, QLD).

Five (5) positions in Central Queensland for immediate fill:

  • Byfield National Park
  • Blackdown Tablelands National Park (Indigenous identified role)
  • Rockhampton
  • Eungella National Park
  • Slade Point (Mackay).

Embark on a career with Queensland Parks and Wildlife Services and Partnerships (QPWS&P). As a Queensland Park Ranger, you'll contribute to conserving Queensland's protected areas and biodiversity, with a strong focus on respecting First Nations peoples' cultural values.

  • Parks and Wildlife Employees Award - State 2016, Ranger, $2,256 - $2,396 per fortnight, plus superannuation contributions of up to 12.75% of your annual salary.
  • For those working in specific regional locations, we provide additional allowances such as Restricted Area and District allowances.
  • Diverse and impactful roles managing and conserving Queensland's protected areas.
  • Varied responsibilities, from fire management to land conservation, making each day unique and fulfilling.
  • Opportunities for career progression and development; as you grow within QPWS&P, unlock new pathways and opportunities for personal and professional advancement.

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CQID is experiencing enormous organisational growth across all services and seeking suitable candidates for a range of positions. 

  • Team Leader Family Wellbeing (FWB) – Woorabinda  FT
  • Strong Family Culture Case Facilitators- Emerald
  • Foster & Kinship Care Placement Officers – Rockhampton
  • Connected Beginnings Community Engagement Officer – Hervey Bay
  • Connected Beginnings Connections Officer – Hervey Bay
  • Casual Staff  Positions for the Mimosa Creek Healing Centre – Woorabinda
  • Next Step Plus Case Workers  – Bundaberg, Hervey Bay
  • Semi – Independent Living Service – (SILS) –  Case Workers
  • Manager, Residential /Sils Services

Desirable Skills and Attributes 

  • Qualifications and experience relating to the particular role are required
  • Demonstrated personal qualities, such as professionalism, personal initiative, creativity and good judgement, working both within a team and autonomously
  • Competent in use of Microsoft Office software
  • Self-starter, motivated and able to self-manage work tasks Physical ability to undertake job responsibilities

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  • $40 - $50/hr
  • Bundaberg

About the opportunity: 

Reporting to the Program Service Leader, this leadership role is primarily focused on supporting the day-to-day operations of the residential program and building capacity within our team of youth workers. 

We are looking for a dynamic leader to take on the role of Senior Youth Worker based in Bundaberg. In this role with DCC, the Senior Youth Worker plays a critical role in providing high-quality care and developmental support to young people aged 12 to 17 within residential programs. This role involves direct care duties, supervision of Youth Workers, and operational support to ensure program efficiency and compliance with DCC's mission and care standards.

As a 'Worker' under the Work Health & Safety Act 2011, the Senior Youth Worker must:

  • Take reasonable care for their own health and safety and that of others.
  • Adhere to all DCC’s WHS Policies & Procedures and complete mandatory training.
  • Comply with reasonable directives from DCC regarding health and safety practices.

Role Requirements: 

  • Proven experience in Non-Family-Based Care, with a strong understanding of child protection and out-of-home care principles.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead and develop staff, fostering a collaborative and effective team environment.
  • Excellent organisational, time management, and communication skills, with the ability to manage multiple priorities simultaneously.
  • Commitment to continuous professional development and adherence to ethical practices and regulatory standards.
  • Required to undergo probity checks including criminal record checks, working with children checks, and any other relevant licensing requirements.

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  • $40 - $50/hr
  • Rockhampton

About the opportunity: 

Reporting to the Program Service Leader, this leadership role is primarily focused on supporting the day-to-day operations of the residential program and building capacity within our team of youth workers. 

We are looking for a dynamic leader to take on the role of Senior Youth Worker based in Bundaberg. In this role with DCC, the Senior Youth Worker plays a critical role in providing high-quality care and developmental support to young people aged 12 to 17 within residential programs. This role involves direct care duties, supervision of Youth Workers, and operational support to ensure program efficiency and compliance with DCC's mission and care standards.

As a 'Worker' under the Work Health & Safety Act 2011, the Senior Youth Worker must:

  • Take reasonable care for their own health and safety and that of others.
  • Adhere to all DCC’s WHS Policies & Procedures and complete mandatory training.
  • Comply with reasonable directives from DCC regarding health and safety practices.

Role Requirements: 

  • Proven experience in Non-Family-Based Care, with a strong understanding of child protection and out-of-home care principles.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead and develop staff, fostering a collaborative and effective team environment.
  • Excellent organisational, time management, and communication skills, with the ability to manage multiple priorities simultaneously.
  • Commitment to continuous professional development and adherence to ethical practices and regulatory standards.
  • Required to undergo probity checks including criminal record checks, working with children checks, and any other relevant licensing requirements.

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  • $40 - $50/hr
  • Toowoomba

About the opportunity: 

Reporting to the Program Service Leader, this leadership role is primarily focused on supporting the day-to-day operations of the residential program and building capacity within our team of youth workers. 

We are looking for a dynamic leader to take on the role of Senior Youth Worker based in Bundaberg. In this role with DCC, the Senior Youth Worker plays a critical role in providing high-quality care and developmental support to young people aged 12 to 17 within residential programs. This role involves direct care duties, supervision of Youth Workers, and operational support to ensure program efficiency and compliance with DCC's mission and care standards.

As a 'Worker' under the Work Health & Safety Act 2011, the Senior Youth Worker must:

  • Take reasonable care for their own health and safety and that of others.
  • Adhere to all DCC’s WHS Policies & Procedures and complete mandatory training.
  • Comply with reasonable directives from DCC regarding health and safety practices.

Role Requirements: 

  • Proven experience in Non-Family-Based Care, with a strong understanding of child protection and out-of-home care principles.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead and develop staff, fostering a collaborative and effective team environment.
  • Excellent organisational, time management, and communication skills, with the ability to manage multiple priorities simultaneously.
  • Commitment to continuous professional development and adherence to ethical practices and regulatory standards.
  • Required to undergo probity checks including criminal record checks, working with children checks, and any other relevant licensing requirements.

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  • $40 - $50/hr
  • Ipswich

About the opportunity: 

Reporting to the Program Service Leader, this leadership role is primarily focused on supporting the day-to-day operations of the residential program and building capacity within our team of youth workers. 

We are looking for a dynamic leader to take on the role of Senior Youth Worker based in Bundaberg. In this role with DCC, the Senior Youth Worker plays a critical role in providing high-quality care and developmental support to young people aged 12 to 17 within residential programs. This role involves direct care duties, supervision of Youth Workers, and operational support to ensure program efficiency and compliance with DCC's mission and care standards.

As a 'Worker' under the Work Health & Safety Act 2011, the Senior Youth Worker must:

  • Take reasonable care for their own health and safety and that of others.
  • Adhere to all DCC’s WHS Policies & Procedures and complete mandatory training.
  • Comply with reasonable directives from DCC regarding health and safety practices.

Role Requirements: 

  • Proven experience in Non-Family-Based Care, with a strong understanding of child protection and out-of-home care principles.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead and develop staff, fostering a collaborative and effective team environment.
  • Excellent organisational, time management, and communication skills, with the ability to manage multiple priorities simultaneously.
  • Commitment to continuous professional development and adherence to ethical practices and regulatory standards.
  • Required to undergo probity checks including criminal record checks, working with children checks, and any other relevant licensing requirements.

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  • Bundaberg, QLD

About the opportunity: 

Deadly Communication Connections are looking for a dynamic leader to take on the role of Senior Youth Worker based in Ipswich. In this role with DCC, the Senior Youth Worker plays a critical role in providing high-quality care and developmental support to young people aged 12 to 17 within residential programs. This role involves direct care duties, supervision of Youth Workers, and operational support to ensure program efficiency and compliance with DCC's mission and care standards. As a 'Worker' under the Work Health & Safety Act 2011, the Senior Youth Worker must:

  • Take reasonable care for their own health and safety and that of others.
  • Adhere to all DCC’s WHS Policies & Procedures and complete mandatory training.
  • Comply with reasonable directives from DCC regarding health and safety practices.

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  • Ipswich, QLD

About the opportunity: 

Deadly Communication Connections are looking for a dynamic leader to take on the role of Senior Youth Worker based in Ipswich. In this role with DCC, the Senior Youth Worker plays a critical role in providing high-quality care and developmental support to young people aged 12 to 17 within residential programs. This role involves direct care duties, supervision of Youth Workers, and operational support to ensure program efficiency and compliance with DCC's mission and care standards. As a 'Worker' under the Work Health & Safety Act 2011, the Senior Youth Worker must:

  • Take reasonable care for their own health and safety and that of others.
  • Adhere to all DCC’s WHS Policies & Procedures and complete mandatory training.
  • Comply with reasonable directives from DCC regarding health and safety practices.

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  • Child Welfare, Youth & Family Services (Community Services & Development)
  • Government - State (Government & Defence)
  • Full time
  • Remuneration value up to $47,405 p.a.

Your opportunity:

  • Provide lived experience support to consumers of the Alcohol and Other Drugs Services (AODS) that promotes self awareness and growth for the reduction of, or recovery from the use of harmful substances.
  • Provide intentional AOD Peer Support and model self defined recovery strategies that support the assessment, intervention and referral of consumers utilising AOD support services for care, harm minimisation support and recovery.
  • Provide consumers with education, information, referrals and support from personal experience of recovery and of utilising mental health services and non-government agencies.

Under 25s of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 (Qld), it is a genuine occupational requirement for the incumbent to have a personal lived experience of harmful, disruptive substance use and/or addiction and recovery. This is the skill set of lived experience required for this role.

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  • Brisbane QLD
  • Full time
  • Part-time, 6 meetings per annum
  • Members can be located nationally
  • 5 Year Term

Eligibility & Appointment Terms

The Reef Authority First Nations Member must be a First Nations person with significant knowledge or experience of First Nations matters relating to the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.

The position is a part-time statutory appointment for a fixed term of up to five years. The position is eligible for reappointment.

The appointment will be made by the Governor-General, on the recommendation of the Minister for the Environment and Water, following a merit-based selection process.

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  • Fixed Term (until 31.03.2025), Part Time (0.6 FTE – 43.5 hrs/fortnight)
  • Educational Quality and Integrity Directorate
  • CQUniversity Bundaberg or Mackay 
  • Higher Education Worker Level 4
  • Total Remuneration $49,368 to $52,144 pa (including salary of $41,716 to $44,062 plus 17% superannuation and leave loading)

Position Requirements

You will have exceptional customer service, interpersonal and organisational skills, and the ability to quickly acquire knowledge of university policies and procedures and develop skills in using our information systems.

Applications Close: 11:59pm, Sunday, 2 June 2024

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Powerlink | Connecting Queenslanders

Work type: Permanent - Full Time

This position is intended to improve the under-representation of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples in the electrical transmission industry and as such will only be open to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants. The filling of this position is intended to constitute a special measure under section 8(1) of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth), and section 105 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 (QLD). Providing employment opportunities for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait islander peoples is an important part of our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).

In this role, you'll play a vital part in building bridges and promoting positive relationships between our procurement function and First Nations businesses. You will also lead the development and implementation of Powerlink's modern slavery program of works, ensuring compliance with relevant legislation and fostering ethical sourcing practices.

You will also;

  • Own and implement the Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) procurement commitments
  • Identify, analyse, and make recommendations to improve Powerlink's procurement approach to engaging First Nations businesses
  • Educate the business on the Queensland Indigenous Procurement Policy (QIPP) and identify and communicate opportunities for procurement from First Nations businesses
  • Produce reports demonstrating spend, locations, or other relevant data relating to Powerlink's engagement with First Nations businesses
  • Lead the development and implementation of Powerlink's modern slavery program of works, ensuring compliance legislation
  • Drive engagement with key internal and external stakeholders to develop strategies for addressing modern slavery risks

Position Requirements

You will have exceptional customer service, interpersonal and organisational skills, and the ability to quickly acquire knowledge of university policies and procedures and develop skills in using our information systems.

Applications Close: 11:59pm, Sunday, 2 June 2024

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Position status: Fixed Term Temporary
Position type: Flexible full-time
Occupational group: Marketing, PR & Communication
Workplace Location: Brisbane Inner City
Closing date: 28-May-2024
Fortnightly salary: $4711.70 - $5045.40
Job duration: 01/07/2024/ to 30/06/2025 with possible extension

Are you passionate about shaping Queensland's future and increasing cultural awareness? The Path to Treaty team is looking for a Principal Communication and Engagement Officer (AO7) to join their dynamic team. If you have strategic communication, campaign, issues management, and project delivery skills and experience, we want to chat with you!

Click here to view position description and apply. Application close May 28, 2024.

Work type: Permanent (Full-Time)

Location: Bundaberg

Categories: Employment Services

Are you passionate about shaping Queensland's future and increasing cultural awareness? The Path to Treaty team is looking for a Principal Communication and Engagement Officer (AO7) to join their dynamic team. If you have strategic communication, campaign, issues management, and project delivery skills and experience, we want to chat with you!

Click here to view position description and apply.

Application close May 28, 2024.

  • Bundaberg, Bundaberg & Wide Bay Burnett QLD
  • Dental (Healthcare & Medical)
  • Part time
  • $24 – $28 per hour + Benefits

ABOUT THE POSITION:

IWC have an exciting opportunity for a Dental Assistant to join their team.
The Dental Assistant may also be required to cover Reception duties and Sterilisation as required.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Patient care and management.
  • High standards of infection control.
  • Maintaining a clean and safe clinical environment.
  • Process and organize lab jobs and x-rays.
  • Previous experience in a dental practice environment is essential.
  • Proficient in keyboard skills and basic knowledge of MS Word and Excel and at least one Dental software program.

Acknowledgement

In loving memory of all our ancestors, we acknowledge their fight and their hard work to get recognition of our country and for us to be standing here today.