AboriginalandTorresStraitIslanders

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FAMILY WORKER (ABORIGINAL FAMILIES) Our client, Junaya Family Development Services (...

Posted by Angela Gauci - 11th Feb 20, 05:33 PM

FAMILY WORKER (ABORIGINAL FAMILIES) Our client, Junaya Family Development Services (JFDS), is seeking a qualified and experienced, committed and enthusiastic Caseworker to engage with Aboriginal families in the local community. Junaya Family Development Services is a community organisation located in Blacktown area and provides a range of services for families to assist in strengthening and building capacity.

Family Worker (Aboriginal Families) * PPT 21hpw (3 days/wk)* Blacktown location *...

Posted by Angela Gauci - 25th Nov 19, 07:07 PM

Family Worker (Aboriginal Families) * PPT 21hpw (3 days/wk) * Blacktown location * SCHADS Award Level 4 Our client, Junaya Family Development Services (JFDS), is seeking a qualified and experienced, committed and enthusiastic Caseworker to engage with Aboriginal families in the local community. Junaya Family Development Services is a community organisation located in Blacktown area and provides a range of services for families to assist in strengthening and building capacity.

•Be a part of making a difference in the local...

Posted by Angela Gauci - 24th Mar 17, 04:50 PM

• Be a part of making a difference in the local community • Work across Sydney’s Greater West • Part Time (16 hours over 2 days per week) Your new employer… Our client, Family Worker Training & Development Programme (FWT+DP), is seeking a qualified and experienced professional to join their team in the role of Aboriginal Learning & Development Project Worker.

Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW is hosting a Clinical Update Symposium on...

Posted by Maria Nguyen - 12th May 16, 11:54 AM

Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW is hosting a Clinical Update Symposium on Back Pain Solutions for health professionals on Saturday 18 June 2016. The event aims to help GPs, Allied Health Professionals and other Health Professionals working in pain management to implement more effective care pathways and treatment plans for patients with back pain.

Aboriginal Team Leader (Nabu Team). Position is based in Campbelltown...

Posted by Yvonne Porter - 6th Jan 15, 01:12 PM

Aboriginal Team Leader (Nabu Team). Position is based in Campbelltown. Applications Close Wednesday February 4 2015.: Macarthur Family and Youth Services is recruiting! Aboriginal Team Leader (Nabu Team) THE POSITION – for a full position description and selection criteria see attached document or call Macarthur Family and Youth Services 4620 4667 The Aboriginal Team Leader (Nabu team) position is an integral component of MFYS. The Nabu Team Leader will be responsible for;

NSW Aboriginal Health Fact Sheet 2013: This Fact Sheet provides trend...

Posted by David Bunder - 29th Oct 13, 01:55 PM

NSW Aboriginal Health Fact Sheet 2013: This Fact Sheet provides trend data comparing the health of
Aboriginal people to that of non-Aboriginal people and information
on health services delivery for Aboriginal people at the Local Health
District level. The indicators are part of broader public reporting on
the health of the NSW community, many of which are available
online at Health Statistics NSW (www.healthstats.nsw.gov.au).

ATSI engagement resources: The Aboriginal Capacity Building Project aim was...

Posted by David Bunder - 8th Mar 13, 12:23 PM

ATSI engagement resources: The Aboriginal Capacity Building Project aim was to develop and produce a resource guide with multiple objectives including: Assisting local community service workers to better engage with and develop stronger relationships with local Aboriginal youth Providing a set of cultural protocols which address specific issues relevant to young Aboriginal people living across the inner western suburbs of Sydney Providing an articulated account of how Aboriginal youth and their

Aboriginal Engagement Strategies: This summary is a starting point to...

Posted by David Bunder - 25th Sep 12, 09:49 AM

Aboriginal Engagement Strategies: This summary is a starting point to provide insight into the strategies that may assist services and agencies in working more effectively with Aboriginal children, families, communities and services. It provides a brief overview of a range of strategies from jurisdictions and agencies across Australia.