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The Lowitja Institute

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government, community-based, government, education, health and law enforcement staff onAboriginal and Torres Strait Islander alcohol and other drugs issues in WA. When and where: 9.30am 12.00pm, at the Holiday Inn City Centre, 778788 Hay Street, Perth. RSVP by Friday 25 November, T; 02 6166 9600, F: 02 6162 2611, E: nidac@ancd.org.au. ******************************************************************* JOBS Indigenous Project Manager, full-time, fixed-term, at the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, The University of Queensland, in Brisbane. The successful appointee will be responsible for supporting a program of research and dissemination that will appropriately assess the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families in Queensland. It is highly desirable that the applicant identifies as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander: <http://www.unijobs.com.au/show.php?title=indigenous_project_manager_54206>. Closing date is 4 November 2011. ========== Researcher to undertake literature review for the Cooperative Research Centre for Remote Economic Participation (CRCREP) for the project Interplay between Employment, Education, Health and Wellbeing for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Remote Areas. The literature review will be undertaken under direct supervision of Dr Sheree Cairney, the CRC-REP Principal Research Leader of the Interplay between Health, Wellbeing, Education and Employmentproject. For the purpose of this research, the literature review aims broadly to contribute theoretically to the identification of variables for data collection and the development of a conceptual framework. Dr Cairneys email address is <sheree.cairney@flinders.edu.au>, W: <www.crc-rep.com>. Closing date is 4 November 2011. ========== Operations Director, in Canberra, at the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Healing Foundation. Applications are invited from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with proven organisational management experience for the Operations Director position, which has been created to provide operational leadership to the Foundation. Reporting to the CEO, and as a member of the senior leadership team, the Operations Director will be responsible for ensuring operational effectiveness and assisting the CEO to ensure that the Healing Foundation achieves the strategic vision of the Board. Key accountabilities will include management of finance and administration, budgeting and reporting activities; developing and managing business systems and processes; liaison with a range of stakeholders including funding bodies and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities; and providing governance support to the CEO and the Board. For more information, please contact Susan Conyers at Watermark Search, T: +61 2 9233 1200, E: <sconyers@watermarksearch.com.au>. ========== Project Officer, full-time or part-time, fixed-term, in Perth. Edith Cowan University is seeking an experienced executive/project officer to be part of our innovative research team. The motivated and organised appointee will berequired to liaise with a variety of external mailto:nidac@ancd.org.au http://www.unijobs.com.au/show.php?title=indigenous_project_manager_54206 mailto:sheree.cairney@flinders.edu.au http://www.crc-rep.com/ mailto:sconyers@watermarksearch.com.au