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Job Vacancies

(as of Wednesday 21st October 2020)





Aboriginal Health Worker Practitioner or Registered Nurse, Vacancy ID# 2290148483

The Derby Aboriginal Health Service (DAHS) is a dynamic Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service in the magnificent Kimberley region of Western Australia. DAHS are seeking a dedicated professional who is registered with AHPRA as an Aboriginal Health Worker Practitioner or Registered Nurse. You will have appropriate skills and experience in the delivery of comprehensive primary health care in a clinical setting within the organisation. The successful applicant should have a relevant qualification and or experience in Primary Health Care. All applications are to be in writing and should address the selection criteria. DAHS provide primary health care to Derby and surrounding communities. DAHS are also a part of a Kimberley network of Aboriginal Health Services with professional support services. In return for your hard work and commitment to the role, you will be rewarded with an attractive remuneration package based on skills and experience plus the following: Annual Gross Salary is dependent on qualifications with other benefits.

CLOSING DATE: 06.11.2020

Casual Youth Support Officer, Vacancy ID# 2290134260

Come be a part of creating a stimulating and positive environment for the development of young people… We are currently seeking passionate and keen casual Youth Support Officers to join our Derby Youth Services Team. If you are enthusiastic and a have a gusto for increasing youth involvement in programs and events, then we want you! Reporting to the Senior Youth Officer, you will be one of our valuable Youth Support Officers in Derby that provides essential support services to our local young people. You will support the team to establish and promote a model of accessible and meaningful youth participation in an effort to improve outcomes for young people. We are looking for Youth Support Officers who can provide positive leadership and supervision. We want people with life skills, who can communicate well, remain calm under pressure, and want to work with young people to help them make good life choices in their future. Job Requirements: Ability to obtain a Working with Children Check, pass a National Police Clearance, and hold a Class C Manual Drivers Licence. If this sounds like you, please apply by sending a current copy of your resume, and a cover letter outlining why you want to work with Youth and what skills and fun factor you would bring to the service! CLOSING DATE: 24.10.2020

Client Officer, Vacancy ID # 2288867689

Client Officer required to deliver employment services as a primary point of contact for individual clients (job seekers) through their client journey from assessment, access to the system, job plan collation, mutual obligation monitoring, identification of employment opportunities and post placement support, coordinating relevant local support services in lifting barriers to employment, identifying professional client aspirations and upskilling clients to increase their employability. Must have 3+ years experience in Customer Service, Current Drivers Licence is essential as Remote Outreach visits are required. National Police Clearance (must produce within one-month of starting), Working with Children's Check and Drug & Alcohol testing. Skills Required: Understanding and awareness of the cultural, social, and economic factors that affect Aboriginal communities. Intermediate to advanced Microsoft Office skills (Word, Excel, Outlook), including the ability to process comprehensive information on computers and online platforms. Experience in or understanding of employment and/or community service programs. Demonstrated customer service skills in empathy, problem solving, listening. Strong self-management skills in personal responsibility, stress management and time management. To Apply: Please submit applications with current CV. START: ASAP. CLOSING DATE: TBA

Community Liaison Officer, Vacancy ID# 2290098867

Emama Nguda Aboriginal Corporation (ENAC) is a not-for-profit, Indigenous Community-based, and managed charitable organisation governed by a Board, all of whom are elected by members of the organisation. ENAC has been operating in the Derby/Malarabah Region for the past 25yrs. We are currently seeking empowered, dedicated, and supportive individual to work alongside male partner as a Casual Female Community Liaison Officer to assist in managing and maintaining cultural appropriateness amongst community engagement. To be successful, you MUST possess: Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; Excellent time management and organisational skills; Excellent ability to engage with local community members and stakeholders; A strong eye for detail; Current Drivers Licences, National Police Clearances. "To meet the service needs and cultural sensitivities of the targeted group, Emama Nguda Aboriginal Corporation considers that being Aboriginal or a Torres Strait Islander is a genuine occupational requirement for this position as provided for under s 50d of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 (W.A). Accordingly, female indigenous candidates are strongly encouraged to apply." To Apply: Please send copy of current resume with referees and drivers licence and police clearance. CLOSING DATE: TBA

EOI Housekeepers, Vacancy ID# 2290134449

The Derby Lodge is seeking suitable applicants for position as Housekeepers. Must be reliable and committed. Preferably with previous skills and experience. Hours: Casual. Salary: TBA. Start: ASAP

To Apply: Please send through resumes. CLOSING DATE: TBA

Executive Assistant, Vacancy ID# 2290148234

The Derby Aboriginal Health Services (DAHS) is a dynamic Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service in the magnificent Kimberley region of Western Australia. We are seeking employment for an Executive Assistant, to assist with the administrative responsibilities within the organisation for the Chief Executive Officer. The successful applicant should have a relevant qualification and/or experience in administration or a willingness to undertake training to obtain the required qualifications. This position is full time, and all applications are to be in writing and should address the selection criteria. DAHS provide primary health care to Derby and surrounding communities. DAHS are also part of a Kimberley network of Aboriginal Health Services with professional support services. In return for your hard work and commitment to the role, you will be rewarded with an attractive remuneration package based on skills and experience plus the following: An excellent package is offered which includes some of the following: Annual Gross Salary $63,000.00 on the Modern Award – Grade 3 Level 2 with other Allowances with other benefits. CLOSING DATE: 06.11.2020

General Hand, Vacancy ID# 2290133874

The General Hand will be responsible for providing and maintaining a high standard of cleanliness, hygiene and comfort in all common areas and facilities of the Derby Aboriginal Short Stay Accommodation Service (DASSA), liaise with the Manager and Service and Administration Coordinator if there are any cleaning issues that may need to be addressed with guests. You will also be an active team member in coming up with ideas that can enhance the service delivery of the DASSA. JOB REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to work morning, evening, and weekend shifts. Must hold a Current ‘C’ class Drivers Licence, National Police Clearance (obtained within the last 6 months)

TO APPLY: Address Selection Criteria and submit current resume. CLOSING DATE: TBA

Homeless Support Worker, Vacancy ID# 2290133343

Centacare Kimberley Association Inc has been contracted by the Western Australian Department of Child Protection to deliver the National Partnership Agreement on Homelessness (NPAH) Rough Sleeper Program in the Broome Region. This service aims to engage with people who are homeless and/or sleeping rough in the area to ensure their social health and wellbeing needs are being met. This program also aims to support eligible clients to obtain and then maintain long term stable accommodation. To achieve these objectives Housing Support Workers, coordinate the Homeless Breakfast, engage with eligible people and work with a broad range of community services to meet client needs. The Homeless Support Worker will support a coordinated response to homelessness with communities, agencies, and service staff. Case Manage and coordinate housing support for people who are homeless. Act as liaison and planning support person for individuals using the service. Liaise and network with other agencies to provide a holistic approach for client support. Make recommendations and assist in formulating new policy within the agency. Ensure cultural issues are incorporated into service delivery. Provide case management and support services under the direction of the Manager. Contribute positively to Centacare Kimberley’s Support Services Team.

Must be able to provide a National Police Clearance, WWCC and current C class Drivers Licence. JDF available, selection criteria to be address along with CV. Salary: TBC. CLOSING DATE: TBA

Mail Sorter, Vacancy ID# 2290043225

Derby Licensed Post office are looking for a casual Mail sorter to join the awesome team. About the job: We are looking for a team member who is willing to learn how to sort the mail Monday to Friday. This would entail sorting letters and placing into the right PO Box, scanning, carding & putting away anywhere between 100 – 300 parcels a day. Answering the hatch and handing out parcels to customers. All training will be providing on site. Must be able to provide a National Police Clearance no more than 6 months old (we can help the right applicant supply this). Must be able to work at a fast pass and be on your feet for a full shift. Must be available from 8.50am – 2pm/5pm. Must be able to follow direction from management and senior staff members. Must be willing to work independently, as well as with the team. Must be able to show respect and understanding to fellow team members as well as customers. If you think you are the right person for the job, would like to do something a little different that can lead into a full-time position. CLOSING DATE: TBA

Medical Receptionist, Vacancy ID# 2290147924

The Derby Aboriginal Health Services (DAHS) is a dynamic Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service in the magnificent Kimberley region of Western Australia. We are seeking employment for a Medical Receptionist to assist with providing administrative responsibilities within the organisation. The successful applicant should have a relevant qualification and or experience in Medical Reception or a willingness to undertake training. All applications are to be in writing and must address the selection criteria. DAHS provide primary health care to Derby and surrounding communities. DAHS are also part of a Kimberley network of Aboriginal Health Services with professional support services provided by Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Service. An excellent package is offered which includes some of the following: Annual Gross Salary $55,952.00 on the Modern ACCHS Award-Administration Grade 1 Level 1 with other benefits. CLOSING DATE: 06.11.2020

Multi-Skilled Carer x4, Vacancy ID# 2289810994

Multi-skilled carers required for direct care provision to our frail and elderly residents, personal care tasks, hoisting of residents and other duties as directed with the core values and guiding principle of Juniper. Job requirements: Ability to obtain a police clearance and a senior first aid certificate. To apply: Please submit a covering letter expressing your interest with a copy of your CV. CLOSING DATE: 31.10.2020

Tackling Indigenous Smoking (TIS) Educator, Vacancy ID# 2290148381

The Derby Aboriginal Health Service (DAHS) is a dynamic Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service in the magnificent Kimberley region of Western Australia. We are seeking employment for a Tackling Indigenous Smoking (TIS) Educator, to assist and work with other members of the TIS Team: West Kimberley in implementation the TIS Activity Plan across the Derby Region. To support, assist and advocate for clients to access smoking cessation and other health related services across the Derby Region. To work as part of the DAHS team in providing a quality and client focused environment, adhere to DAHS policies and procedures and to be a non-smoking champion in our community. The successful applicant should have a relevant qualification and or experience in Tackling Indigenous Smoking area or a willingness to undertake training to obtain the required qualifications. This position is full time, and all applications are to be in writing and should address the selection criteria. DAHS provide primary health care to Derby and surrounding communities. DAHS are also part of a Kimberley network of Aboriginal Health Services. In return for your hard work and commitment to the role, you will be rewarded with an attractive remuneration package based on skills and experience plus the following: Annual Gross Salary $70,000.00 on the Nurses Award – Grade 5 Level 1 with other benefits. CLOSING DATE: 06.11.2020

Winun Ngari
ABORIGINAL CORPORATION
CONTACT US

t. 08 9191 1877

f. 08 9191 1964

wnacreception@winunngari.org.au

Office: 145 Loch Street, Derby WA 6728
Postal: PO Box 500, Derby WA 6728

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