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Aboriginal Program Coordinator

Orange Local Aborogonal Land Council - Orange, NSW

Education, Childcare & Training
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ABORIGINAL PROGRAM COORDINATOR 30HPW Monday to Friday POSITION DESCRIPTION: This position is based within the Orange Local Aboriginal Land Council and is a contracted position of 30HPW, working from M-F until 31/12/2022 subject to further funding this may be extended. The coordinator will lead the "Designing Futures" program, as well as managing and coordinating casual staff. This program aims to meet the specific needs of local children and young people within the local Aboriginal community. The coordinator will work effectively engaging with the local Aboriginal community, Elders group/s, both primary and the secondary schools within Orange. The program is aimed at young people aged 9-15 years to increase their opportunities of continued engagement with school. DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: Build and maintain relationship s with internal and external stakeholders, including Principals and teachers of local primary and secondary schools, staff of existing programs being delivered within school framework etc. Develop and conduct workshops to assist local children and young people to make better choices in their lives and to choose better futures Tailor the program to meet the specific needs of local Aboriginal children and young people Develop and conduct after school activities, a homework help program and a school holiday program. Reporting to the CEO/Business Manager on activities and performance Rostering, supervision, and training of casual team members within program Staff mentoring and training as identified required Contribute to a positive team environment Participate in supervision and performance development and undergo relevant training SELECTION CRITERIA: Aboriginality is a genuine occupational requirement under successful grant funding received by the OLALC from both State and Commonwealth governments. Strong background working with children/young people Strong oral and written communication skills relating to dealing with internal and external stakeholders Demonstrated ability to develop and deliver activities for children and young people Reporting Time management and organisational skills Sound knowledge and understanding of issues affecting Aboriginal people in contemporary society Developing and conducting workshops; demonstrated ability to work with children and young people A current Working with Children's Check and Driver's Licence are required; applicants will also need a National Criminal History check. Exemption is claimed under Section 9A of the NSW Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 The successful applicants will work as part of the existing OLALC multi -faceted team and be eligible for salary sacrificing options to increase the value of take-home pay. Please submit your current resume and responses to the selection criteria to: [email protected]; Closing date: Tuesday 4th May 2021 at 5pm