Indigenous Careers at Westpac – Multiple roles across multiple locations

Looking to enhance your career? Westpac is recruiting for several identified roles across the Westpac Group.
* Business Analyst – https://bit.ly/3nTPbAS
* Change Manager – https://bit.ly/3Pi5Olv
* Customer Relations Consultant – https://bit.ly/3Pi5Olv
* Incident Response Consultant – https://bit.ly/3NRN9M9
Westpac are also taking applications from candidates in legal, finance and risk for multiple roles across the bank.
You can apply online or express your interest to Indigenouscareers@westpac.com.au
Westpac will support your journey and help you discover everything you need to know to give your application the best possible chance for success.





(Based anywhere in Australia)

The Aboriginal Employment Strategy (AES) are recruiting an exciting CEO role with National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women’s Alliance (NATSIWA) who is the national peak organisation for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Women throughout Australia. All Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Women over 18 years of age are eligible to become a Member of NATSIWA, once endorsed by the NATSIWA Board.

AES look forward to receiving an application from you for the following vacancy if you have high levels of energy, can work in a small team environment, take on responsibility, have the flexibility to travel interstate, and have commitment to the principles of self-determination for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Women.


The successful applicant will assist the Board with its Strategic Directions and implement its Action Plan to empower Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women to make strong, strategic and effective policy advocacy interventions into issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women. Working with NATSIWA Members and the Board the NATSIWA CEO will bring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women’s voices to both priority issues for the Australian Government and to emerging and hidden issues that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women and communities are facing.


Being Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander is a genuine occupational qualification for these positions as described under Section 14(d) of the Anti-Discrimination Act, 1977.

The successful applicant will require qualifications and/or experience relevant to the position/s and a working knowledge and understanding of the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Women’s’ issues around gender equity and violence against would be an advantage. Salary level between $90,426 to $100,613 and conditions of employment will be negotiated with the successful applicant/s commensurate with qualifications and experience.

The successful candidate must also show proof of vaccination, undergo a National Police Check & Working with Children Check.

For all queries please email talent@aes.org.au for a job package.

Applications close at 11.59pm Sunday 14 August 2022.




Program Manager & Program Coordinator

OCHRE Opportunity Hub – Upper Hunter

Are you passionate about Aboriginal Education and Careers?

We are recruiting for 2 exciting roles that build relationships with local employers and industries to develop opportunities for our students for work placements, traineeships, apprenticeships and mentoring opportunities.

Up for the challenge? We want to hear from you!

Full-Time – Muswellbrook Location

For information about the roles please contact Loretta Roberts on mobile 0458 017 598.

Or to request an application package please email hr@aes.org.au

Application closing Date: 5pm Friday 5 August 2022