First Nations Educator & Advisor(Identified)
We are seeking a passionate First Nations Educator & Advisor who has the drive and vision to make a difference. This role is working within our Organisational Capability team to support the organisation’s work towards reconciliation. This role works closely with our RAP Committees and provides support and guidance to our committed team members.
This position is offered on a part-time (4 days per week) permanent contract ideally located at our Coolangatta office. Should you be located outside of this region, we are open to remote applications.
- Non-for-profit Salary Packaging (up to the value of $15,899 per annum tax free) and Meal and Entertainment Packaging (up to the value of $2,650 per annum tax free)
- Extensive training, development, and career opportunities (we will support you to complete additional relevant qualifications and certificates)
- Employee Benefit Discount Program “Reward Gateway” (saving you up to $4,000 per annum across hundreds of retailers)
- Private Health Insurance Discount (Medibank)
- Employee Referral Program
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Paid parental leave benefits for eligible employees.
- Providing advice and guidance across the organisation as the Advisor engaging with First Nations communities and team members.
- Support teams to ensure a focus on First Nations social and emotional wellbeing in programs and services.
- Support the organisation and RAP working group members on the Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) development and implementation process.
- Co-design and develop appropriate Cultural training to build the capability of the organisation.
- Facilitate Cultural training where appropriate.
- Provide First Nations insight into issues and policy positions to support an inclusive workforce.
- This a First Nations identified position. Applicants must identify as an Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person.
- Knowledge and understanding of the historical and contemporary issues affecting First Nations people.
- Extensive experience in First Nations community engagement and/or development.
- Experience in working on a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).
- Experience in implementing programs to support First Nations communities.
As a not-for-profit, you can rest assured knowing that we’re always giving right back to those who need it most. We actively seek to include, welcome and value the unique contributions of all people. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from cultural and linguistically diverse backgrounds, and people with disability.
We’re also highly invested in the safety of our team members, with a thorough COVID-safe plan and mandatory vaccinations for all client-facing employees. If you would like to discuss accessibility requirements, preferred communication methods or other possibilities please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
When successful, you will be required to undertake a national police check and provide evidence of your right to work in Australia.
Feros Care acknowledges and pays respect to the Traditional Custodians of this land on which we work.