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Goodradigbee Permanency Support Program (PSP) Transition Project Manager

  • 497454
  • Aboriginal Identified/Targeted Positions
  • Full time closed period contract
  • Lead an exciting project working with Uniting, Goodradigbee and NSW Department of Communities and Justice, supporting the transition of Permanency Support Program services currently held by Uniting, to Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisational delivery.  
  • Full time, closed period contract of 2 years

 

About Goodradigbee  

Goodradigbee Cultural and Heritage Aboriginal Corporation (GCAHAC) is a non-government, not for profit corporation. We are dedicated to delivering cultural appropriate support services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families. Goodradigbee delivers a holistic model that provides whole of person care without discrimination. This includes under pinning social determinants that impact heavily on the health and well-being of individuals and families in our community. GCAHAC also provides advocacy in areas including Housing, Mental health, Centrelink, Schools, Child Safety & Probation & Parole.

 

About the Opportunity 

This role is responsible for leading, resourcing and capacity building to ensure the successful service transition to an Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation (Goodradigbee Aboriginal Cultural and Heritage Corporation) of the Aboriginal Permanency Support Program (PSP) contract for the Greater Western Sydney (GWS) communities.


About You

  • Aboriginality and demonstrated ability in working with Aboriginal people, families and communities in Greater Western Sydney
  • 5 years’ experience working in areas of business development, capacity building, Aboriginal community engagement, project management and people leadership
  • Relevant tertiary qualifications and / or significant experience in project management equating to Recognised Prior learning of same
  • Experience in delivering services in conjunction with community committees  
  • Demonstrated knowledge of the Community Services and Child Protection Sector
  • Policy & procedure writing  
  • Advanced Microsoft Office Skills.
  • Excellent Verbal and Written communication skills

Even Better

  • Research and evaluation skills
  • Small Group Training experience

For more information about what it’s like to be one of over 300  employees within Uniting who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander click here: https://www.uniting.org/community-impact/aboriginal-inclusion

 

The successful applicant will be required to provide appropriate evidence of identity as an Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person as well as satisfactory background checks which may include a national police check, working with children check and references.

For more information contact Gavin Mate - Head of Aboriginal Strategy & Engagement on 0449 149 214.

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