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Expression of Interest for Aboriginal Career and Leadership Development Program 2022

The Aboriginal Career and Leadership Development Program (ACLDP) facilitates career and leadership development for high potential Aboriginal peoples in the NSW public sector who aspire to leadership roles.

 

The Aboriginal Career and Leadership Development Program has a strong focus on the intersection between Aboriginal leadership and public sector leadership, and equips participants with the capabilities to be effective people managers and leaders. The 12 month program will commence in February 2022. The program starts with the NSW Government Hogan 360 and includes four individual coaching sessions, the opportunity to learn with your peers and with people leaders from other cohorts. It also includes self-directed modules for you to complete at a time that best suits you.

Interested? 

  1. Please read the detail below to determine your eligibility
  2. Chat with your manager about your interest in applying
  3. Request an application form (link below). Once received, fill out all the required fields
  4. Ask your manager to fill out the manager fields and then send through to the "> by 17th October.

Please note: places are strictly limited and your placement in the program is not guaranteed. Successful nomination into the program will be determined based upon eligibility and merit.

There are 2 streams to the ACLDP, the People Manager Stream for Grades 7/8 – 9/10 (or equivalent) and the Pathway to Senior Executive Stream Grade 11/12 (or equivalent) which prepare participants to transition to senior leadership roles.

Suitable candidates in the People Manager and Pathway to Senior Executive stream include those who are

  • high potential Aboriginal staff who are self-directed, highly motivated and committed 
  • in ongoing employment in substantive roles or minimum 18-month temporary roles from Grades 7/8-9/10 (or equivalent); or
  • in ongoing employment in substantive roles or minimum 18-month temporary 11/12 (or equivalent) roles, and
  • demonstrating leadership capabilities in their current role and want to make a difference in the NSW public sector.

For further details regarding the program please visit the Leadership Academy website.

 

If you have any queries, please email "> call Jacqui Shepherd on 02 7814 1778. 

Re-advertised: Community Engagement Officer and Policy Officer Positions

Re-Advertised:

Community Engagement Officer and Policy Officer Positions

Community Engagement Officer (Identified Position)

NSW Aboriginal Education Consultative Group Inc
Tamworth & North West NSW
Community Services & Development
Indigenous & Multicultural Services
$95,059 – $115,020 – 12 Months Contract
Full time

Community Engagement Officer (Identified position): 12-month temporary position. This is an Identified position under Section 14 (d) of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977.

Download the position statement: Community Engagement Officer (Identified Position)

To apply, please send a 2-page (max) cover letter with a 5 page (max) Resume to Catherine Trindall at ">

Applications close COB Wednesday 13th October 2021. No late applications will be accepted.


NSW AECG Inc Policy Officer

NSW Aboriginal Education Consultative Group Inc
Sydney
CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs
Community Services & Development
Indigenous & Multicultural Services$95,059 – $115,020 – 12 Months Contract
Contract/Temp

Applications from Aboriginal people are strongly encouraged.

Download the position statement: NSW AECG Inc Policy Officer

To apply, please send a 2-page (max) cover letter with a 5 page (max) Resume to Catherine Trindall at ">

Applications close COB Wednesday 13th October 2021. No late applications will be accepted.

 

 

Online YarnUp with the Aboriginal Languages Trust

 

The Aboriginal Languages Trust invites Aboriginal community members to participate in a series of online yarning sessions about language revitalisation in NSW. We’re asking our communities to help guide and inform the work of the Trust.

Their Strategic Plan will set the work to be carried out for communities over the next five years. We invite community members from each region to come, share and tell us how we can support your language aspirations.

Register

 Please choose one focus region to attend and visit alt.nsw.gov.au to register.

Registration closes COB Friday 8 October. Register for your chance to win a Trading Blak pack containing goodies from selected Blak businesses.

 Find out more at alt.nsw.gov.au or email ">

YarnUp focus regions and dates are:

·       North Coast – Wednesday 13 October

·       Hunter Central Coast – Thursday 14 October

·       Greater Sydney – Friday 15 October

·       New England North West – Monday 18 October

·       llawarra South East – Wednesday 20 October

·       Binaal Billa Central West – Thursday 21 October

·       Murdi Paaki – Friday 22 October

Spread the word

The Aboriginal Languages Trust are keen to ensure widespread community engagement and would appreciate the Online YarnUp information being shared with as many community members as possible.

Below is an A4 flyer regarding the YarnUps for further community distribution.

DOWNLOAD FLYER

 

 

NAISDA Dance College Applications

Do you know a young First Nations person with a passion for dance and culture? Perhaps someone thinking about their next step in the performing arts?
NAISDA Dance College is currently taking online applications for its 2022 intake of passionate and determined Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dancers and performing artists aged 16 to 26. Applications for next year’s full-time training close on 1 November 2021. For more info, head to https://naisda.com.au/audition-for-naisda/

High School Program Team at CareerTrackers

This school holidays, September 28-30th the High School Program Team at CareerTrackers are hosting an amazing event for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in years 9-12.
The National Indigenous Online Career & University Expo will be hosted via GatherTown and is a fun interactive event for mob to find out info about post school education and professional career pathways, plus link with mob right across the country.
Please register your interest here https://www.careertrackers.org.au/registration/

2022 Nominations Open – NSW Women of the Year Awards

Nominate an extraordinary, everyday woman

The search is on! Do you know the next NSW Woman of the Year?
Nominations are open for the 2022 NSW Women of the Year Awards, which celebrate extraordinary, everyday women from all walks of life.

Nominate Now!

What are the Award categories?

  • NSW Woman of Excellence
  • NSW Aboriginal Woman of the Year
  • Aware Super NSW Community Hero of the Year
  • NSW Young Woman of the Year
  • NSW Regional Woman of the Year
  • The One to Watch Award, supported by the Advocate for Children and Young People.

The Premier’s Award for NSW Woman of the Year is selected by the Premier from the winners of the above categories.

Nominations close at 11.59pm on Friday 17 September 2021.

When will the winners be announced?

The winners will be announced at the NSW Women of the Year Awards ceremony on 9 March 2022.
Fore more information, email ">

EOI: Project Officer for Bundjalung and Gumbaynggirr Culture Nests

Project Officer: Bundjalung Language and Culture Nest | 35 hours p/week

The NSW AECG is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) from Bundjalung community members to work on projects to progress Bundjalung language teaching and learning. The position will be based within the Bundjalung Nation at Lismore.

Suitable applicants will have:

  • IT, Communication and administrative skills
  • Suitable applicants will also have sound demonstrated knowledge of Cultural Protocols and community connections for working across the diverse Bundjalung Nation
  • Suitable applicants will have their WWWC and probity or the willingness to obtain it
  • Must identify and be acknowledged and respected as being of Aboriginal descent
  • Have a working knowledge and understanding of Bundjalung Language and Culture
  • A current NSW Driver’s Licence is essential

Completed EOI forms will need to be received by COB Friday, August 27 2021.

For an EOI form and further information contact Desmond Barton on either:
Phone: 0417 497 091 or
Email: ">


Project Officer: Gumbaynggirr Language and Culture Nest | 35 hours p/week

The NSW AECG is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) from Gumbaynggirr community members to work on projects to progress Gumbaynggirr language teaching and learning. The position will be based within the Gumbaynggirr Nation at Nambucca.

Suitable applicants will have:

  • IT, Communication and administrative skills
  • Suitable applicants will also have sound demonstrated knowledge of Cultural Protocols and community connections for working across the diverse Gumbaynggirr Nation
  • Suitable applicants will have their WWWC and probity or the willingness to obtain it
  • Must identify and be acknowledged and respected as being of Aboriginal descent
  • Have a working knowledge and understanding of Gumbaynggirr Language and Culture
  • A current NSW Driver’s Licence is essential

Completed EOI forms will need to be received by COB Friday, August 27 2021.

For an EOI form and further information contact Desmond Barton on either:
Phone: 0417 497 091 or
Email: ">