Hello, Gunditjmara Aboriginal Cooperative is an equal opportunity employer. When you commence work with us you will be provided with a comprehensive induction, including a copy of our employee handbook and provided with opportunities to meet with everyone within our organisation and gain an insight into how we function as a service provider.
Throughout your time with the Cooperative you will be provided opportunities for professional development, be engaged in our engagement process making through community lunches, staff meetings and team meetings.
You will work within a recognised structure where you report to either a team leader or divisional manager, have access to information on your program funding, KPI’s and outcomes, have a work plan, prepare a monthly report on your progress towards achieving outcomes and engage in reflective practice.
See Current Vacancies Below:
Interested in a true lifestyle GP role? We are recruiting a GP for our community based medical practice, providing culturally sensitive care for Aboriginal families and other residents. Our GPs are well supported by other GPs our great Practice Nurses, Practice Manager and Aboriginal Health Workers and a clinic culture of preventative medicine. Our GPs enjoy having time to develop rapport with patients and doing comprehensive assessments. Onsite services include dental, dietetics, psychology, maternity and optometry clinics. Standard 7.6 hour work day, every day, early finish on Fridays, no weekends or on call work.
No application deadline date. Apply as soon as possible.
Social And Emotional Wellbeing Koori Female Caseworker – an identified position
Gunditjmara Aboriginal Cooperative is in an exciting phase of growth. Our dynamic team at Kepler Street provide a range of high quality community health and social support programs principally to the Aboriginal community and other residents in Warrnambool and surrounding areas. We are currently looking for a Social and Emotional Wellbeing Koori Youth Caseworker to join our expanding team.
About The Opportunity
We are looking for an emerging young leader. Reporting to the Manager, Community Services, you will facilitate healing and improvements in the wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people and their families, affected by past policies and practices of forced removal, using culturally appropriate support and counselling.
What We Are Looking For
-Community knowledge and / or other relevant experience in a professional support role
-Leadership and mentoring for Aboriginal people Case management
This is an Indigenous Identified role only open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The filling of this position is intended to constitute a special measure under section 8(1) of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth), and s12 of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010 (Vic).
Applicants for the above position must be able to demonstrate their relevant experience and/or qualifications and how they meet the essential criteria for the position. Applications close Sunday 10 February 2019. Further information, and applications to Susan Kay 03 5559 1234 or email: susan.kay@gunditjmara .org.au
Application deadline is Sunday 10 February 2019.
Gunditjmara is a Child Safe Organisation