'Keeping Our Generations Growing Strong'
A rewarding opportunity has become available for a motivated community minded professional to work within an organisation with the vision of improving quality of life for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Based in Cairns
Under the direction of the Manager, the Wellbeing and Community Care Coordinator is responsible to effectively lead, develop and support the delivery of the Family Violence Prevention (FVP) and Social and Emotional Wellbeing (Wellbeing) services to provide support and assistance towards the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals, and family members.
The successful applicant will hold a tertiary qualification in human services and/or at least 5 years demonstrated equivalent level of experience and expertise in the delivery of services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
To be eligible for interview, applicants must respond to the selection criteria in the position description and provide certified copies of any relevant qualifications.
Applicants for a specified position must have an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person who is recognised and accepted in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community; provide a written reference to support their ability to meet selection criteria 1 and 4.
Applicants who do not provide this reference will not be considered.
Benefits of working with Wuchopperen:
- Commitment to professional development
- Generous salary sacrifice benefits
- 5 Weeks annual leave pro rata
- Private Health Care Corporate Rate
- 11.5% Superannuation Contribution
Applicants for the above position will:
- Demonstrate relevant experience and/or qualifications
- Possess a current driver’s licence
- Possess, or be eligible for, a Blue Card (for suitability to work with children and young people)
- Consent to a broader criminal history check, where relevant
Please download the Position Description for more information.
Closing date for applications: Monday 22 April 2019
Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.