The Wurli Community Services team aims to achieve better outcomes in early intervention, treatment and management of mental health and other social and emotional wellbeing concerns for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people through an integrated approach in a primary health care setting.
The Connecting Pathways Initiative is a program designed to deliver a holistic healing activity that supports local Aboriginal and Torres Islander women, men, young people, children and their family, including grandparents and carers, who are, or at risk of, experiencing family violence to heal from all forms of family violence.
The role of the Community Activity Officer is responsible for driving clients to activities, and helping to run activities and providing a culturally sensitive approach and assistance to our clients in order to improve their state of holistic well-being.
Applicants must be able to demonstrate:-
- Sound knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander societies and culture, including issues affecting communities
- Current National Police Records Check and Working with Children’s Clearance
- Current Northern Territory Driver’s License
For further details regarding this position please refer to the Position Profile
To apply for this job please submit your online application.
Indigenous and/or Torres Strait Islander persons are encouraged to apply
If you have any queries regarding this position please contact a member of the Human Resource team on 08 8972 9178 or email email@example.com