The Ngadju Native Title Aboriginal Corporation is committed to ensuring that Ngadju people are given the best possible opportunities to gain meaningful employment.
This is achieved within the corporation, further afield and integral with the many companies with whom we seek compensation agreements.
The Ngadju Benefits Management System (BMS) provides up to $750,000 annually to Ngadju people to assist them in this regard.
We welcome expressions of interest from Independence Group NL employees for our current vacancies.
All applicants (internal and external) will be considered based on their skills, experience and qualifications in relation to the role requirements.
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Exploration Geologists – Various Experience Levels – Exploration
Exploration Logistics Coordinator – Exploration
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To view all current vacancies and to apply for a position, please use our vacancies portal at BigRedSky.
Bus Driver Norseman, WA
Ngadju Native Title Aboriginal Corporation is the governing body responsible for the management of native title and the provision of services to the Ngadju people, the traditional land owners of the Ngadju native title determination area which extends in the south east of Western Australia covering an area in excess of 120,000 square miles.
As part of improving its focus on member services, the Corporation is seeking to engage a Bus Driver to be based in Norseman WA. Reporting to the Business Manager, this is a hands-on role in which you will be responsible for providing transport for Ngadju people to various appointments, events and meeting around the Norseman / Kalgoorlie area. The successful applicant will be responsible for care, maintenance and security of the Bus, including, but not limited to:
- Keeping the Bus clean and tidy;
- Undertaking regular routine checks (oil, water, tyre pressure etc);
- Ensuring the bus is serviced as required under its operating manual; and
- Maintaining a log book.
A competitive remuneration package will be available.
The successful candidate will possess:
- A client focused approach, with demonstrated experience in a similar role
- A highly organised approach with the ability to manage competing priorities
- Excellent oral communication
- F Class Drivers Licence (mandatory)
- A strong work ethic and ability to work as part of a team
In addition to the above, the successful applicant will be required to undertake the following prior to commencing employment:
- First aid training
- Police check
- Working with children check
Applicants must address the selection criteria and provide a resume outlining qualifications and experience.
To obtain the Applicant Job Pack (including Selection Criteria), please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications Close: 5pm WST 3 August 2018
PCYC Youth Worker, Kalgoorlie WA
Kalgoorlie PCYC is looking for a dedicated and passionate Youth Worker to join their team on a part-time basis to help run the “Safe Space” program.
About the WA PCYC
Established in Western Australia in 1941, The Federation of Western Australian Police and Community Youth Centre (WA PCYC) is a not-for-profit organisation that creates opportunities for young people through the delivery of two broad youth services: development (intervention) programs and recreational activities. We manage in excess of 50 PCYC Centres, Blue Light and Police Ranger Units throughout metropolitan and regional Western Australia, as well as a camp facility.
These positions will involve helping to run the Safe Space at Kalgoorlie PCYC. These programs are designed to provide a safe place for at risk youth to be, and to provide them with help and support to overcome some of the challenges they may face in their lives.
As a Youth Worker, you will be required to assist at risk youth through engaging with and providing assertive and intensive support to the youth who may have mental health illnesses or issues. You will be working in conjunction with the Program Coordinator and as well as supervising 2 trainee youth workers during the delivery of the program. This position will require you to display a capacity to engage with and empower at risk youth.
We are looking for Youth Workers who will:
- Encourage and facilitate the engagement of participants on our programs and accessing them to other available community services
- Build and establish a rapport with our participants and provide appropriate referral when needed
- Assist in the monitoring and development of programs on an ongoing basis
- Demonstrated knowledge and experience working with and engaging at risk youth
- Certificate IV in Youth Work or Community Services and/or extensive work related experience
- Ability to develop and facilitate social, recreation activity programs which proactively ‘engage’ young people
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- A valid C Class Manual driving license (an LR license would be a definite advantage)
- Current Senior First Aid Certificate (a willingness to obtain)
- Working with Children Check (ability to obtain)
- National Police Clearance (ability to obtain)
- Employer contribution superannuation into a fund of your choice
- Access to generous salary packaging arrangements
- Access to discounted Corporate Health Insurance
- Professional development opportunities
- Flexible working arrangements
- Flexible leave arrangements
Please email your resume with expression of interest to: email@example.com
Vocational Training Employment Centre
We welcome expressions of interest from the Ngadju community for the Vocational Training Employment Centre.
The VTEC (Vocational Training Employment Centre) operates in conjunction with all the Wirrpanda Foundation programs, with the support and involvement of local Aboriginal communities and their leaders. VTEC aims to connect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander job seekers to guaranteed job opportunities as well as provide the support necessary to maintain continuous employment.
Please visit the Wirrpanda Foundation for more information.