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Building and maintaining a strong workforce for our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Organisation sector is important for the implementation of the National Agreement on Closing the Gap.

Members of the Coalition of Peaks and the Secretariat regularly have opportunities for passionate and talented people to join their teams, working in the areas of education, employment, health and well-being, justice, safety, housing, land and waters, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages.

Check back regularly to see new opportunities within the Coalition of Peaks to help Close the Gap!

Public Health Manager - Aboriginal Health Council of Western Australia

The Public Health Manager is responsible for operational management and leadership of the Public Health and Continuous Quality Improvement Work Unit, while providing expert clinical governance advice, public health response and continuous quality improvement (CQI) support to Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHS) (Member Services) and key stakeholders with the aim of supporting and improving the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal people in Western Australia.

Senior Policy Advisors - Coalition of Peaks

Join us at the Coalition of Peaks! Senior Policy Advisors provide high level support to the Coalition of Peaks in the management of identified projects including the implementation of the historic National Agreement on Closing the Gap. Our Senior Policy Advisors work closely with Coalition of Peaks Members and Australian governments, conducting research, preparing discussion papers, and writing briefs and submissions relevant to the project.

Immunisation Educator - Aboriginal Health Council of Western Australia

The Immunisation Educator directly reports to the Public Health Manager and is accountable to the Executive Manager Public Health and CQI. This position is primarily responsible for planning, preparing, promoting and delivering the immunisation course as part of the National Immunisation Program. The program is intended to increase the confidence and competency of Aboriginal Health Workers and Practitioners to safely and effectively deliver immunisation services to Aboriginal people.

Eye Health Program Coordinator - Aboriginal Health Council of Western Australia

The Eye Health Program Coordinator directly reports to and is accountable to the Executive Manager Public Health and Continuous Quality Improvement. This position is primarily responsible for planning, preparing, promoting and delivering online and face-to-face eye health training. The Eye Health Training Coordination Program aims to address eye health and preventable blindness by improving the overall Eye Health Systems effectiveness across the Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service (ACCHS) sector in WA.

Public Health Manager - Aboriginal Health Council of Western Australia

The Public Health Manager is responsible for operational management and leadership of the Public Health and Continuous Quality Improvement Work Unit, while providing expert clinical governance advice, public health response and continuous quality improvement (CQI) support to Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHS) (Member Services) and key stakeholders with the aim of supporting and improving the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal people in Western Australia.

Quality and Compliance Officer - Aboriginal Health Council of WA

As the Quality and Compliance Officer, you will report to the Executive Manager – Corporate Services and work in partnership with internal stakeholders to coordinate the organisation’s quality, compliance and governance systems to achieve best practice quality management. This is a critical role within the organisation that is responsible for developing, reviewing and implementing an effective internal quality framework to achieve best practice quality management across the organisation, and will be the subject matter expert, supporting the Executive Management Team to embed the QMS (Logiqc) into the organisation‘s processes, ensuring a strong culture of quality improvement.

Senior Program and Policy Advisor - THRYVE WA - SNAICC National Voice for our Children

The THRYVE WA Senior Program and Policy Advisor will work with the leadership teams within WA’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Early Years services to strengthen their capacity in service delivery and quality outcomes.

Purchasing Officer - Aurora Education Foundation

The Purchasing Officer is responsible for coordinating and performing activities involved in purchasing a diverse range of goods to meet the business needs in particular, Aurora’s multiple programs. The Purchasing Officer is an integral part of the procure-to-pay process in purchasing goods in an efficient and compliant manner.

Administration Officer - Aurora Education Foundation

The Administration Officer is responsible for the coordination and smooth running of the office. This role will perform a wide range of administrative, office and facilities management, reporting and business capability services to support the delivery of the operations management team outcomes.

Finance Officer - Aurora Education Foundation

The Finance Officer supports the organisation by delivering effective and efficient finance transactions and associated reporting for operational and program delivery needs. Work includes Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll, DEXT, program support and general finance activities.

Learning and Curriculum Leader - Aurora Education Foundation

The Curriculum and Learning Leader is a leadership role that has primary responsibility for overseeing, developing and in part, delivering curriculum content for Aurora’s High School Program (HSP).  The position works closely with the HSP National Manager and RISE Manager in the development and implementation of teaching and learning so that HSP is responsive to the academic, vocational and personal development needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander high school participants.

Senior Program and Policy Advisor - THRYVE NSW - SNAICC

The THRYVE NSW Senior Program and Policy Advisor will work with NSW Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Early Years services to strengthen their capacity in service delivery and quality outcomes. This position will provide high quality policy development & programming advice, and advocacy support to represent the interests of these services with sector leaders and broader decision makers, contributing to a more sustainable, high quality and culturally strong early years services system for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children across NSW. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

Administration Officer / Executive Assistant - THRYVE NSW - SNAICC

The Administrative Officer / Executive Assistant will ensure the smooth running of the THRYVE NSW Office: you will provide executive and administrative support to the Director and a small and dynamic team of 4 in total. You will work closely with SNAICC HQ and assist establishing administrative processes. Co ordinating executive travel across NSW for the team, liaise with travel agents and stakeholders to co ordinate resource responses as required.

Aboriginal Sexual Health and BBV Program Officer (Youth) - Aboriginal Health Council of Western Australia

The position is primarily responsible for coordinating an increase in testing and treatment in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in Western Australia through education sessions, and Health Promotion messaging. The Sexual Health and BBVs Program Officer (Youth) will facilitate a program aimed at delivering culturally appropriate education to Aboriginal communities, to increase health literacy and knowledge of STI and BBV prevention, and testing and treatment of STIs and BBVs.

Social and Emotional Wellbeing (SEWB) Pilot Project Officer - Aboriginal Health Council of Western Australia

The Social and Emotional Wellbeing (SEWB) Pilot Project Officer reports to and is directly accountable to the Social and Emotional Wellbeing (SEWB) Pilot Project Coordinator and forms part of the broader Public Health and Continuous Quality Improvement Work Unit. The SEWB Pilot Project Officer is primarily responsible for providing project support to the SEWB Pilot Project Coordinator, undertaking tasks as directed that support and deliver on specific contract deliverables.

Care and Support Ready Project Officer - Aboriginal Health Council of Western Australia

The Care and Support Ready Project Officer directly reports to the Policy and Strategy Manager and is accountable to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and is responsible for supporting Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHS) to become National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and/or aged care service providers. The position will support WA ACCHS to build capacity to become sustainable NDIS and/or aged care service providers, and identify potential and existing integrated care service delivery models that can be piloted in future programs.

National Co-Coordinator - National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services (NATSILS)

This role will be responsible for co-coordinating the national rollout of the legal advisory service for the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability, specifically for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The National Coordinator’s will understand deeply the issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with disabilities. This role will work in partnership with National Legal Aid who are coordinating the other elements of the legal advisory service (for all non-Indigenous people), and other key stakeholders across the disability and legal services sector.

Justice Policy Partnership Policy and Research Administration Officer - National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services (NATSILS)

The National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services (NATSILS) is the national peak representative body for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services (ATSILS) around Australia. Under the National Agreement on Closing the Gap, all Australian Governments and the Coalition of Peaks have agreed to establish Justice Policy Partnerships (JPP) at the national and state and territory levels to progress the commitment to reduce the incarceration rate of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults and young people. The Justice Policy Partnership Secretariat will play a lead role in providing high quality administration and secretariat support services to the NATSILS JPP.

Human Resources Officer - The Healing Foundation

The Healing Foundation is a national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisation that partners with communities to address the ongoing trauma caused by actions like the forced removal of children from their families. In consultation with the Director People & Governance we are looking for a Human Resources Officer to provide proactive HR support to all staff; coordinate the recruitment process, supporting managers with job descriptions, advertising, organising interviews, conducting reference checks, and onboarding new staff; and provide administrative support and guidance for managers.

Senior Project Officer WorkUP Qld - The Healing Foundation

The Healing Foundation is a national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisation that partners with communities to address the ongoing trauma caused by actions like colonisation and the forced removal of children from their families. Reporting to the Senior Manager WorkUP Queensland, the Senior Project Officer WorkUP Qld manages and implements capability-building and action learning initiatives to meet domestic and family violence, sexual assault and women’s health and wellbeing sector needs . 

Senior Project Officers - The Healing Foundation

Senior Project Officers will manage the development and implementation of The Healing Foundation's projects such as Stolen Generations School Resources Kit; Stolen Generations sector support program; Stakeholder and community engagement; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Men's Healing and Violence Prevention framework (MHVPF); Digital stories; and Workforce and capability development.

Redress Lead - The Healing Foundation

Reporting to Director Engagement & Delivery, duties in this role will lead the management of the Territories Redress Scheme (TRS) Support Program 2022-2026, that provides advocacy to survivor participants, their families and services supporting Stolen Generations survivors.