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Job Vacancy: Project Officer, Pirru Thangkuray (Tuggerah Lakes)

Pirru Thangkuray – AECG Services

Expression of Interest
PROJECT OFFICER – PIRRU THANGKURAY
Location: Tuggerah Lakes

The NSW Aboriginal Education Consultative Group Inc. (NSW AECG) is seeking expressions of interest for a Project Officer to join the Pirru Thangkuray team, with the aim to meet the Premiers Priority: to increase the proportion of Aboriginal students attaining year 12 by 50% by 2023, while maintaining their cultural identity.

Type of Employment: Full time – 35 hours per week
Annual Salary: $72,800 Gross plus Superannuation

Requirements of the Position:
• Aboriginality
• A paid Working with Children’s Check and National Police Check (Probity)
• Current Driver’s License
• Evidence of double vaccination
• Effective Oral and written Communication skills
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team
• Demonstrated skills to engage and work across a variety of stakeholders
• Understanding of Education and working with Aboriginal students in High School
• Able to facilitate and deliver Cultural Engagement programs.
• Demonstrated ability to deliver goal setting strategies
• Knowledge of the Aboriginal Community
• Understanding and knowledge of community, government and non-government service providers
and support programs.

The successful applicant will work across a targeted number of schools within the Tuggerah Lakes area. The Project Officer will be an employee of the NSW AECG INC. and will work in collaboration with the Pirru Thangkuray (Dream Strong) Cultural Engagement and Goal Setting Team

Note: NSW AECG Inc. considers that being Aboriginal is a genuine occupational qualification
under s 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW).

For further information contact: Troy Freeburn Project Coordinator, on 0428 957 607

APPLICATIONS DUE: 20th May COB
EOI Dreaming Strong (Tuggerah Lakes)

Job Vacancy: Project Officer, Pirru Thangkuray (Mount Druitt)

Pirru Thangkuray – AECG Services

Expression of Interest
PROJECT OFFICER – PIRRU THANGKURAY
Location: Mount Druitt

The NSW Aboriginal Education Consultative Group Inc. (NSW AECG) is seeking expressions of interest for a Project Officer to join the Pirru Thangkuray team, with the aim to meet the Premiers Priority: to increase the proportion of Aboriginal students attaining year 12 by 50% by 2023, while maintaining their cultural identity.

Type of Employment: Full time – 35 hours per week
Annual Salary: $72,800 Gross plus Superannuation

Requirements of the Position:
• Aboriginality
• A paid Working with Children’s Check and National Police Check (Probity)
• Current Driver’s License
• Evidence of double vaccination
• Effective Oral and written Communication skills
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team
• Demonstrated skills to engage and work across a variety of stakeholders
• Understanding of Education and working with Aboriginal students in High School
• Able to facilitate and deliver Cultural Engagement programs.
• Demonstrated ability to deliver goal setting strategies
• Knowledge of the Aboriginal Community
• Understanding and knowledge of community, government and non-government service providers
and support programs.

The successful applicant will work across a targeted number of schools within the Mount Druitt area. The Project Officer will be an employee of the NSW AECG INC. and will work in collaboration with the Pirru Thangkuray (Dream Strong) Cultural Engagement and Goal Setting Team

Note: NSW AECG Inc. considers that being Aboriginal is a genuine occupational qualification
under s 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW).

For further information contact: Troy Freeburn Project Coordinator, on 0428 957 607

APPLICATIONS DUE: 20th May COB
EOI Dreaming Strong (Mt Druitt)

Job Vacancy: Project Officer, Pirru Thangkuray (South Coast)

Pirru Thangkuray – AECG Services

Expression of Interest
PROJECT OFFICER – PIRRU THANGKURAY
Location: Tuggerah Lakes

The NSW Aboriginal Education Consultative Group Inc. (NSW AECG) is seeking expressions of interest for a Project Officer to join the Pirru Thangkuray team, with the aim to meet the Premiers Priority: to Increase the proportion of Aboriginal students attaining year 12 by 50% by 2023, while maintaining their cultural identity.

Type of Employment: Full time – 35 hours per week
Annual Salary: $72,800 Gross plus Superannuation

Requirements of the Position
• Aboriginality
• A paid Working with Children’s Check and National Police Check (Probity)
• Current Driver’s License
• Evidence of double vaccination
• Effective Oral and written Communication skills
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team
• Demonstrated skills to engage and work across a variety of stakeholders
• Understanding of Education and working with Aboriginal students in High School
• Able to facilitate and deliver Cultural Engagement programs.
• Demonstrated ability to deliver goal setting strategies
• Knowledge of the Aboriginal Community
• Understanding and knowledge of community, government and non-government service providers
and support programs.

The successful applicant will work across a targeted number of schools within the South Coast
area. The Project Officer will be an employee of the NSW AECG INC. and will work in collaboration with the Pirru Thangkuray (Dream Strong) Cultural Engagement and Goal Setting Team

Note: NSW AECG Inc. considers that being Aboriginal is a genuine occupational qualification
under s 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW).

For further information contact: Troy Freeburn Project Coordinator, on 0428 957 607

APPLICATIONS DUE: 20th May COB

EOI Dreaming Strong South Coast

 

 

Job Positions: Language and Culture Educators, NSW AECG Inc.

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The NSW AECG Inc. is seeking interested Aboriginal peoples to be employed as part of an exciting team. We need enthusiastic Language and Culture experts/educators for the Aboriginal Languages & Culture Nests in the following Language groups:

Bundjalung          Dunghutti
Gamilaraay          Gomeroi
Gumbaynggirr     Paakanjti
Wiradjuri              Yuwaalaraay

For further information or if you are interested in joining our team, please contact us at  "> or email "> – Manager, Aboriginal Languages & Culture Nests.

 

 

 

FLOOD RESOURCES & INFORMATION

Aboriginal residents and Aboriginal businesses in LGAs declared as disaster areas may be eligible for assistance from the NSW Government. Routine communications provide access to services such as financial assistance for immediate needs, mental health support and more, see below for resources. Service NSW customer care specialists are available to help flood-affected customers with services and support on 13 77 88 for information on assistance available.

The Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation (ILSC) have released the 2022 East Coast Emergency Response Grants Program to support Indigenous corporations:
https://www.ilsc.gov.au/home/news/2022-east-coast-floods-emergency-response-grant-program/

There continues to be a number of updates to the disaster relief and support services. If you have been impacted, you may be eligible for Disaster relief assistance and support from the NSW Government. Information continues to be updated with current information and guidelines regularly on the Disaster Assistance Finder online tool:

Outreach, volunteering and how you can help:

  • GIVIT are working with government agencies and local communities to manage offers of donated items, services and funds for people impacted by floods across parts of NSW. https://www.givit.org.au/storms-and-flooding.
  • For financial donations, consider the Red Cross Flood Appeal – https://www.redcross.org.au/floodsappeal/
  • If you would like to donate to the Lismore Flood Appeal – information can be found at https://lismore.nsw.gov.au/flood-2022-information
  • For those looking to volunteer in flood affected areas, please contact your local SES branch for more information on how you may be able to assist.

Job Vacancy: Aboriginal Cultural Educator, NSW AECG Inc.

We’re looking for a highly motived well organised person to join our team. If you believe this is you, then we’d love to hear from you!

Position:          Aboriginal Cultural Educator

Location:         Stanmore, Sydney NSW 2048 – or by negotiation

Salary:             Remuneration package valued up to $100,000.00 per annum based on demonstrated and proven experience. Includes employer’s contribution to superannuation.

Employment:  A two-year contract will be offered to the successful candidate, with the possibility of an extension.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Design and deliver NSW AECG Inc. cultural education programs to the NSW Department of Education (DOE) staff.
  • Design and deliver NSW AECG Inc. professional cultural education and development programs contracted to the NSW Department of Community and Justice.
  • Design and deliver NSW AECG Inc. cultural education programs to government and non-government agencies, stake holders and service providers.
  • Support the NSW AECG Inc. Aboriginal Language and Culture Nests.
  • Provide cultural teaching, advice, and support services to DOE schools and non-government schools requiring NSW AECG guidance and input in implementing cultural education programs.
  • Support the NSW AECG’s Inc. cultural advocacy initiatives as required.

POSITION CRITERIA:

  • Aboriginality
  • Have sound knowledge of the NSW AECG, it’s governance structures and core objectives
  • Sound knowledge of issues affecting Aboriginal education and training within  Aboriginal communities.
  • Demonstrated understanding of the NSW AECG Cultural Education programs
  • Demonstrated time management and organisational skills with experience meeting tight deadlines and reporting requirements
  • Experience in working across a diverse range of Aboriginal and non- Aboriginal community groups and organisations.
  • High level Information Technology, oral and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated negotiation, liaison, and interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated and proven facilitation skills
  • Ability to monitor budgets
  • Full COVID vaccinations
  • NSW Driver’s License and ability to travel within NSW and interstate as required
  • A current NSW Working with Children Check clearance for paid employment & National Criminal History Check or willingness to obtain.
    JOB NOTES:
    The qualification of Aboriginality is authorised by the NSW AECG Inc. in accordance with part 9A, Anti-Discrimination Act, 1977.

Please forward your expression of interest which addresses all the position criteria along with your resume to: Catherine Trindall, NSW AECG President.
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Due by COB – Friday, 29th April 2022
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Job Vacancy: Program Manager, Connecting to Country

The NSW Aboriginal Education Consultative Group Inc. (NSW AECG) is looking for a highly motived well organised person to join our team.

Position:          Connecting to Country – Program Manager

Location:         Stanmore, Sydney NSW 2048 – or by negotiation

Salary:             Remuneration package valued up to $100,000.00 per annum based on demonstrated and proven experience. Includes employer’s contribution to superannuation.

Employment:  A two-year contract will be offered to the successful candidate, with the possibility of an extension.

POSITION CRITERIA: 

  • Aboriginality
  • Have sound knowledge of the NSW AECG Inc. governance structures, core  objectives and knowledge of issues affecting Aboriginal education and training within Aboriginal communities.
  • Demonstrated understanding of the NSW AECGs Connecting to Country program
  • Demonstrated time management and organisational skills with experience meeting tight deadlines and reporting requirements.
  • Experience in working across a diverse range of Aboriginal and non- Aboriginal community groups and organisations.
  • High level information technology, oral and written communication
  • Demonstrated negotiation, liaison and interpersonal
  • Supervisory experience
  • Ability to monitor budgets
  • Full COVID vaccinations
  • NSW Driver’s License and ability to travel within NSW and interstate as
  • A current NSW Working with Children Check clearance for paid employment & National Criminal History Check or willingness to obtain.

The successful applicant will work in partnership with key and major stakeholders including all of the NSW AECG networks and where necessary, Coalition of Peak Organisations (CAPO), Government, non-government and independent organisations.

Please forward your expression of interest which addresses all the position criteria along with your resume to: Catherine Trindall, NSW AECG President. 
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Due by COB – Friday 29TH April 2022
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Job Vacancy: Project Officer, Pirru Thangkuray

The NSW Aboriginal Education Consultative Group Inc. (NSW AECG) is seeking expressions of interest for a Project Officer to join the Pirru Thangkuray team, with the aim to meet the Premiers Priority: to Increase the proportion of Aboriginal students attaining year 12 by 50% by 2023, while maintaining their cultural identity.

Location: Mount Druitt
Type of Employment: Full Time – 35 hours per week
Salary: $72,800 Gross plus Superannuation

Requirements for the Position

  • Aboriginality
  • A paid Working with Children’s Check and National Police Check (Probity)
  • Current Driver’s License
  • Evidence of double vaccination
  • Effective Oral and written Communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Demonstrated skills to engage and work across a variety of stakeholders
  • Understanding of Education and working with Aboriginal students in High School
  • Able to facilitate and deliver Cultural Engagement programs.
  • Demonstrated ability to deliver goal setting strategies
  • Knowledge of the Aboriginal Community
  • Understanding and knowledge of community, government and non-government service providers and support programs.

The successful applicant will work across a targeted number of schools within the Mount Druitt area. The Project Officer will be an employee of the NSW AECG INC. and will work in collaboration with the Pirru Thangkuray (Dream Strong) Cultural Engagement and Goal Setting Team.

For further information contact: Troy Freeburn – Project Coordinator, on 0428 957 607

To apply for this position 

  1. A written Expression of Interest of no more than 2 pages, outlining your background, skills and experiences in relation to the requirement of the position as above.
  2. Include the names and phone numbers of 2 referees.
  3. Forward expression of interest to:

Applications due: Friday 8th April 2022 COB
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Job Vacancy: Project Officer, Pirru Thangkuray

The NSW Aboriginal Education Consultative Group Inc. (NSW AECG) is seeking expressions of interest for a Project Officer to join the Pirru Thangkuray team, with the aim to meet the Premiers Priority: to Increase the proportion of Aboriginal students attaining year 12 by 50% by 2023, while maintaining their cultural identity.

Location: Macquarie Network/ Dubbo
Type of Employment: Full Time – 35 hours per week
Salary: $72,800 Gross plus Superannuation

Requirements for the Position

  • Aboriginality
  • A paid Working with Children’s Check and National Police Check (Probity)
  • Current Driver’s License
  • Evidence of double vaccination
  • Effective Oral and written Communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Demonstrated skills to engage and work across a variety of stakeholders
  • Understanding of Education and working with Aboriginal students in High School
  • Able to facilitate and deliver Cultural Engagement programs.
  • Demonstrated ability to deliver goal setting strategies
  • Knowledge of the Aboriginal Community
  • Understanding and knowledge of community, government and non-government service providers and support programs.

The successful applicant will work across a targeted number of schools within the Dubbo area. The Project Officer will be an employee of the NSW AECG INC. and will work in collaboration with the Pirru Thangkuray (Dream Strong) Cultural Engagement and Goal Setting Team.

For further information contact: Troy Freeburn – Project Coordinator, on 0428 957 607

To apply for this position 

  1. A written Expression of Interest of no more than 2 pages, outlining your background, skills and experiences in relation to the requirement of the position as above.
  2. Include the names and phone numbers of 2 referees.
  3. Forward expression of interest to:

Applications due: Friday 8th April 2022 COB
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Job Opportunity: Policy Officer at NESA

Job Opportunity: Full-Time Position (Aboriginal Identified) as a Policy Officer for the NSW Education Standards Authority in the Sydney Region / Sydney City area.

Reporting to the Principal Policy Officer the Policy Officer coordinates and undertakes policy development, providing analysis and advice, to contribute to the strategic integration and coordination of Aboriginal Education policy across NESA divisions and directorates. In collaboration with other NESA Aboriginal staff and senior executives, the role assists with coordination and delivery of NESA’s Commitment to Aboriginal Education and NESA’s Reconciliation Action Plan. The role also contributes to stakeholder engagement processes and other organisation-wide projects.

The Policy Officer will perform their core work functions in accordance with relevant NESA policies, procedures and guidelines, consulting with the Principal Policy Officer, Aboriginal Education.

Click on the link for further info:
https://iworkfor.nsw.gov.au/job/policy-officer-aboriginal-identified-305428

Position closes 1st April 2022. To apply for this role, you need to submit an application online via http://www.iworkfor.nsw.gov.au or contact Paul Berwick on 02 9367 8157 for any questions or further information.

Acknowledgement of Country

The NSW AECG Inc. acknowledges and pays respect to the Traditional Owners of this nation. We also acknowledge past, present and emerging Elders  and the continuation and celebration of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Please note: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples should also be aware that this website may contain images or names of people who have passed away.