About the Role
As s Financial Capability Worker you will deliver Money Management services to clients, develop and produce workshop reports, assist with development and implementation of the local reference group and facilitate the development of a client action plan and budget. Other duties include performing administrative duties, occasional outreach trips and undertake projects as directed by the Program Manager.
As a Financial Capability Worker you will be required to provide the following documentation:
Working with children check
National police clearance
Resume and Cover letter
Pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol test
Desired qualifications, or willing to receive training:
Certificate III Community Services
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.
West Kimberley Money Management Service (WKMMS) was set up by Winun Ngari in Derby in January 2009. The core aim of this service is to provide assistance to people in financial difficulty by helping them to address their financial problems, make informed choices and build longer-term capability to budget and manage their money. The program currently services both the Derby township and remote communities in the West Kimberley through and established outreach program.
Please email your cover letter and resume to: