Field Officer

Winun Ngari Employment Services, Clarendon Street, Derby WA, Australia

About the Role

As Field Officer, you will engage clients in meaningful CDP activities to build capacity and skills for future employment opportunities, recording attendance and investigating non-attendance collaboratively with dedicated client officers and other relevant staff members.


Field Officer duties include but are not limited to processing daily time sheets and ensuring daily client's attendance is accurately accounted for in CDP activities in assigned communities, assist in conducting non-attendance investigation and ways to re-engage in collaboration with clients, client officer and area manager, ensure clients are issued with protective equipment, uniforms and further equipment which is fit for purpose.

Requirements

Field officers engaging with clients are required to submit and provide the following documentation:

  • Working with Children Check

  • National Police Clearance

  • Driver's License

  • COVID 19 certificate

Willing to undertake a Pre employment Drug and Alcohol test

about the company

Winun Ngari Aboriginal Corporation (WNAC) is the largest Community Development Provider for remote Aboriginal communities in the West Kimberley. In addition to serving communities in and around Derby, we provide services to remote communities located along the Gibb River Road, and Looma (including surrounding communities) including the town site of Derby.


Through Winun Ngari Employment Services (WNES) pre-employment services, job-seekers build a resume, identify work-pathways, access training, participate in supervised work-experience and are assisted in finding employment. WNES offers job-seekers a broad range of flexible CDP activities to increase their skills and contribute to their community.


WNES pre and post employment services work with job-seekers to identify and overcome specific barriers preventing them from gaining and remaining in employment.

Please email your cover letter and resume to:
careers@winunngari.org.au