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The Centralian advocate Fri 4 Oct 2019



The Centralian advocate Fri 4 Oct 2019


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Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Alice Springs; Tennant Creek (N.T.) -- Newspapers; Alice Springs (N.T.) -- Newspapers.; Australia, Central -- Newspapers

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Nationwide News Pty. Limited

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Alice Springs

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46 CLASSIFIEDS FRIDAY OCTOBER 4 2019 CAVE01Z01MA - V1 A rewarding career in Aboriginal health CAAC Want to work with the NTs largest Aboriginal community controlled health service? Current career opportunities at Congress include: All career opportunities at www.caac.org.au/hr $PNQMJBODFBOE"DDSFEJUBUJPO0GGJDFS $MJFOU4FSWJDFT0GGJDFS 5SBOTQPSU0GGJDFS Anglicare NT is a local community organisation that supports people, strengthens communities and advocates for social justice. To see our full range of vacancies and apply online, visit: anglicare-nt.org.au/vacancies Case Manager - Intensive Youth Support Services Based in Alice Springs | (Full Time Fixed Term until 30 June 2020 We are recruiting for a Case Worker to provide culturally appropriate trauma informed intensive case management and practical support for vulnerable young people aged 10 17 years. To be successful you will have: Prior experience in casework and/or providing support to individuals combined with the ability to develop resources and deliver information sessions to individuals and groups. Knowledge of the child protection system and local youth, family & homelessness service system Demonstrated commitment to working respectfully with Indigenous and culturally and linguistically diverse clients, communities and staff. For further information, please contact: Carly Kennedy, Program Manager on 08 8951 8000. Case Manager Moving On Program Based in Alice Springs | Full Time Fixed Term until 30 June 2020 To be successful in this role you will have substantial experience in the application of youth work practice frameworks, youth focused family friendly approaches and community capacity building strategies. To be successful you will have: Diploma in Early Childhood, Community Development or Social work and experience in a community services field. Well-developed ICT, data collection and report writing skills, Ability to network with key stakeholders. For further information, please contact: Dira Horne, Operations Manager Central Australia on 08 8951 8000. Anglicare NT is a Child Safe, Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) organisation. We strongly encourage Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people to apply. All positions require a Working with Children Clearance (Ochre Card), current National History Clearance and Drivers License. Applications close COB 27 September 2019 MEDICAL PANEL MEMBER & SESSIONAL COMMUNITY VISITOR POSITIONS Are you interested in human rights? Are you passionate about the needs of people living with a Disability ? The CVP is looking for a medical practitioner to visit the Alice Springs Mental Health Unit (twice a year) as part of a Panel. The Panel is comprised of a community member, a lawyer and a medical practitioner. The CVP is also looking for a sessional community visitor to visit the mental health unit and the secure care facility periodically. If you are interested and would like to find out more, please ring Claudia Manu-Preston on 08 8999 1451 www.cvp.nt.gov.au All appointments are made by the Minister for Health. Panel members and Sessional Community Visitors must be independent and cannot be contracted by or employees of the NT Department of Health. People with a lived experience of disability, their carers and Aboriginal people are encouraged to apply. Research/Project Officer Cultural Safety and Community Control/Engagement Location: Alice Springs AMSANT is seeking an Aboriginal person to translate cultural and community knowledge to better understand Aboriginal health service needs beyond clinical care. The research will develop, implement and pilot indicators focusing on the NT. With support from an experienced co-researcher and the AMSANT team, this position will lead the work on cultural safety and community engagement but also work across other non-clinical areas such as health promotion. Research skills would be advantageous, but not essential. Contract type Full or part time for up to two years. General salary and benefits depending on skills and experience. Salary An appropriate salary will be negotiated, based on the successful applicants experience and qualifications. Generous salary packaging is also available How to apply Download a copy of the Position Description and selection criteria from www.amsant.org.au or email hr@amsant.org.au for a copy. Your application must address the selection criteria and include your CV, a cover letter and two referees details. Email applications to hr@amsant.org.au For further information Contact Human Resources on (08) 8944 6666. Application closing: COB 18th October 2019 This is an Aboriginal &Torres Strait Islander identified position SENIOR YOUTH JUSTICE WORKER ALICE SPRINGS Be a part of one of Australia's most dynamic, diverse and challenging legal practices. NAAJA provides legal aid for Indigenous people in the Northern Territory, with offices in Darwin, Palmerston, Katherine, Tennant Creek and Alice Springs. We are considered to be a leading Australian Justice Agency and have received both national and Northern Territory awards for our work. NAAJA has an exciting Indigenous Throughcare Program which aims to prevent reoffending by providing culturally relevant intensive pre and post release services for Aboriginal young people and adults. Our staff are motivated, dedicated and do work that matters. NAAJA is seeking a: SENIOR YOUTH JUSTICE WORKER to join our Alice Springs Throughcare team. The right candidate will have: A commitment to social justice principles Experience supporting young people Highly evolved interpersonal and advocacy skills For more information including duty statement and selection criteria, see www.naaja.org.au Applications must be submitted by 20 October 2019 Please note: Applicants for this position must address the selection criteria in their written application. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply Make Mondayitis a thing of the past Find your dream job with Buy Search Sell. Call 13 11 13 Jobs worth getting out of bed for Jobs Community Services & Development

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