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Community Engagement Manager – Sydney or Newcastle

Targeted Role – Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander candidates

Generation Australia transforms education to employment systems to prepare, place and support people into life-changing careers that would otherwise be inaccessible. They believe that working closely with First Nations communities is crucial to achieving this mission in Australia. They are committed to supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people into Tech, Disability Support and Aged Care roles.

They are seeking a full time/permanent talented Community Engagement Manager to lead this work and establish relationships with First Nations organisations in every state they operate, to ensure they reach and exceed their goal by 2022. This position will also help support their Business Development team more widely in connecting with community organisations and employment service providers to ensure students are connected with their programs.

About you

  • You are energised at the thought of supporting people into employment
  • You have experience working closely with First Nations community organisations and establishing meaningful partnerships
  • You are results driven and comfortable working independently and
  • You have outstanding interpersonal skills and understand how to build relationships that deliver value to all parties
  • You are a persuasive communicator and comfortable presenting to executive level and large groups
  • Most importantly, you believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to have a meaningful, sustainable career
  • Application closing date COB Friday 15 October 2021

How to apply

To find out more information, or to request an application package please contact

Jamie Hardy on email:     talent@aes.org.au      or         Mobile:   0428 523 005

 

 

 

Apprenticeship Opportunities

Diesel Mechanic Apprenticeship – Sydney Location

Targeting Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander candidates

  • Commit to undertake an apprenticeship and be a future qualified Marine Diesel Mechanic
  • Start date in January 2022, workshop-based position in Balmain Shipyard
  • Full on-the-job training provided within a friendly and close-knit team

Are you passionate about the Marine industry and looking for a career path to be a qualified Marine Diesel Mechanic while being part of an iconic public transport institution keeping Sydney moving?

The role

Our client is offering an exciting opportunity for individuals to undertake a recognised Diesel Mechanic apprenticeship located in the Balmain Shipyard. You will be fully equipped to:

  • Assisting and learning from their qualified Trades persons and Engineering Supervisors to continuously maintain and repair our fleet vessels
  • Learning shipbuilding, maintenance and complex repair technique for all mechanical equipment including various diesel engine rebuild and overhauls (Yanmar, Scania, Detroit, Caterpillar, etc.), gearboxes (Twin Disc & ZF), clutches, couplings, bearings, valves, and pumps.
  • General duties include assisting and learning the maintenance and repair of vessel fleet.

What you bring         

Our Diesel Mechanic apprentices all have a high mechanical aptitude, strong commitment and a keen interest in learning and attending trade course requirements

To be successful in this role, ideally, you had studied relevant trade subjects (i.e. metal, engineering, construction, plumbing, fabrication, etc.) earlier during school or ideally have some hands-on experience.

If you are looking for a change of environment and enjoy working with a friendly and welcoming team on a daily basis then this could be the next move for you.

Our client’s values and beliefs

As an equal opportunity employer, they are committed to reflecting the diversity of the communities they serve. We support applications from people representing all diversity groups and ages such as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTI, people with disabilities, religious beliefs, and ethnicity. They also have an uncompromising attitude to the safety of our employees, clients and customers

Interested?

To find out more information, or to request an application package please contact

Jamie Hardy on email:     talent@aes.org.au      or         Mobile:   0428 523 005

Applications close: Monday 11 October 2021, 5pm

 

Plumbing Apprenticeship – Sydney Location

Targeting Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander candidates

  • Commit to undertake an apprenticeship and be a future qualified marine Plumber
  • Start date in January 2022, workshop-based position in Balmain Shipyard
  • Full on-the-job training provided within a friendly and close-knit team

Are you passionate about the Marine industry and looking for a career path to be a qualified Marine Plumber while being part of an iconic public transport institution keeping Sydney moving?

The role

Our client is offering an exciting opportunity for individuals to undertake a recognised Plumbing apprenticeship located in the Balmain Shipyard. You will be fully equipped to:

  • Assisting and learning from their qualified Trades persons and Engineering Supervisors to continuously maintain and repair their fleet vessels
  • Learn shipbuilding, maintenance and complex plumbing systems repair technique.
  • General duties include assisting and learning the maintenance and repair of vessel fleet.

What you bring         

Current apprentices all have a high mechanical aptitude, strong commitment and a keen interest in learning and attending trade course requirements.

To be successful in this role, ideally, you had studied relevant trade subjects (i.e. metal, engineering, construction, plumbing, fabrication, etc.) earlier during school or ideally have some hands-on experience.

If you are looking for a change of environment and enjoy working with a friendly and welcoming team on a daily basis then this could be the next move for you.

Our client’s values and beliefs

As an equal opportunity employer, they are committed to reflecting the diversity of the communities they serve. We support applications from people representing all diversity groups and ages such as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTI, people with disabilities, religious beliefs, and ethnicity. They also have an uncompromising attitude to the safety of their employees, clients and customers.

Interested?

To find out more information, or to request an application package please contact

Jamie Hardy on email:     talent@aes.org.au      or         Mobile:   0428 523 005

Applications close: Monday 11 October 2021, 5pm

 

 

 

National Centre of Indigenous Excellence Ltd | Transparency Portal

Come join the NCIE Fitness & Aquatics team!

Customer Service Officers

NCIE is looking for multiple Customer Service Officers to join our Fitness & Aquatics team.

You have:

  • Excellent customer service experience with a strong sales background,
  • Strong administrative experience,
  • Experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people & communities,
  • Hold a valid CPR Certificate, a current First Aid Certificate along with a current Working with Children Check or ability to obtain

About NCIE

The National Centre of Indigenous Excellence (NCIE) is built on the land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. NCIE builds capabilities and creates opportunities by delivering life-changing programs from our heritage-listed facilities in Redfern, Sydney. Our values are Excellence, Inclusiveness, Integrity and Growth.

We offer:

  • Free on-site gym & pool membership
  • Awards pay rates and conditions
  • A supportive, fun working environment with opportunity for training & advancement

A variety of shifts are available from 6am-9pm, our centre is open 7 days a week.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.

Apply now, send your CV to hr@ncie.org.au – For more info visit ncie.org.au/about/our-jobs/

Health and Fitness Team members

NCIE is looking for multiple Health & Fitness members to join our NCIE Fitness team.

Health & Fitness Team Members are key drivers of excellence and wellbeing in the day-to-day life of the NCIE Fitness Community.

You have:

  • Cert III and IV in Fitness or similar
  • Experience designing and delivering safe fitness programming and a variety of Group Fitness classes.
  • Experience coaching one-to-one personal training clients and delivering on their training goals and
  • Enjoy working in a fun, collaborative and proactive
  • Current CPR & First Aid
  • Hold a valid Working with Children

About NCIE

The National Centre of Indigenous Excellence (NCIE) is built on the land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. NCIE builds capabilities and creates opportunities by delivering life-changing programs from our heritage-listed facilities in Redfern, Sydney. Our values are Excellence, Inclusiveness, Integrity and Growth.

We offer:

  • Free on-site gym & pool membership
  • Awards pay rates and conditions
  • A supportive, fun working environment with opportunity for training & advancement

A variety of shifts are available from 6am-9pm, our centre is open 7 days a week.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.

Apply now, send your CV to hr@ncie.org.au – For more info visit ncie.org.au/about/our-jobs/

 

Aboriginal Liaison Officer

Pyrmont, NSW

12 month role/ 4 days per week

PURPOSE OF THE POSITION

Improve social, cultural and economic outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander residents within our communities, through identifying and engaging with these communities, local networks and service providers and supporting the implementation of City West Housing’s Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan.

NOTE: This is a temporary position for 12 months with an opportunity for extension.

ORGANISATION OVERVIEW

City West Housing (CWH) is an independent not for profit housing provider with a focus on developing and delivering affordable rental housing. We invest in the communities in which we operate, working closely with a range of partners to build stronger communities. We are a Tier 1 registered community housing provider with strong development capability and a commitment to service delivery.

WORKPLACE VALUES

Our values inform the way we work and how we operate our business

Integrity, Compassion, Inclusion and Accountability.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide cultural insight and build cultural awareness across the CWH team through actively engaging with colleagues and sharing knowledge.
  • Identify and develop local partnerships to generate direct social, economic and cultural outcomes for our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander residents.
  • Design, develop and implement initiatives to support CWH’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander residents.
  • Monitor and report on performance within areas of responsibility, including priority initiatives under CWH’s Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan.
  • Work collaboratively across the business to ensure collaborative and sustainable approaches to engagement with CWH’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander residents to support increased, resident satisfaction.
  • Ensure compliance with organisational legal and statutory requirements along with best practice and general duty of care.

For more information and how to apply, contact René McKenzie-Low on email:  recruitment@citywesthousing.com.au