Bungree is currently seeking a Full Time Aboriginal Employment Support Officer to support clients addressing and building on identified barriers to education, training, employment and to assist clients to achieve identified goals through case management.
Certificate III Community Services, equivalent and/or relevant experience
Experience attained through previous appointments, in the Adult Education, Training and Employments sectors
Demonstrated experience in Case Management and achieving targeted outcomes
Excellent interpersonal and negotiating skills
Ability to work independently as well as part of a team
Thorough understanding of the Adult Education, Training and Employment sectors as they relate to Aboriginal people.
Ability to prioritise work load in order to meet outcomes
Sound written and oral communication skills
Current Drivers Licence
Confirmation of Aboriginality
National Criminal History Record Check
Working with Children’s Check
This is an identified position under Section 9A of the NSW Anti-Discrimination Act 1977.
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Permanent Part Time – 21 hours per week (3-year project)
San Remo Neighbourhood Centre (The Epicentre) is seeking an Aboriginal Community Development Worker to lead a three-year community development project.
The broad aim of the project is to promote cultural awareness across and within the local Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal community, people and organisations. To activate cultural spaces and build on existing strengths and networks within the local Aboriginal community. To encourage and support Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people and services to learn, create and embed culture in our local community.
This position will include planning, developing, coordinating, implementing and evaluating a range of community/social initiatives. The worker will be based at the Epicentre working in the Aboriginal Garden-Ngaliya Dhuluga’ which means, “you, I and we in the middle”.
The Aboriginal Community Development Worker will be responsible for the provision of research, activities and programs that increase local Aboriginal identity that is proactive and has a strong and positive cultural voice which will be carried forward after the life of the project.