Our vision is that people, everywhere in our community, will experience the power of inclusion through relationships, voice and action.
Our mission is to assist people to reach their potential through innovative and people-focused services.
Our values celebrate inclusiveness and opportunity. Our five core values are Accountability, Equity, Innovation, Integrity and being Participant and young-people focused.
The OOHC Aboriginal Program Coordinator sits in the Foster Care department of Challenge Community Services and reports directly to the OOHC Program Manager.
The OOHC Aboriginal Program Coordinator is responsible for implementing program related initiatives to enhance the services provided to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people, their families and carers in Challenge Foster Care.
The role involves the implementation and outcome monitoring of various cultural related projects, providing consultation and support to ensure Challenge is meeting funding and accreditation requirements, the development and delivery of training to staff, carers and stakeholders, contributing to the development of OOHC related policy and procedures and driving various OOHC related initiatives.
The role requires someone who is able to work autonomously to deliver outcomes specific to this position, whilst being a part of a broader, dynamic team responsible for various projects and training portfolio’s.
This role requires travel across New South Wales.
The role of OOHC Aboriginal Program Coordinator is suited to an individual who has the following experience and attributes:
How to apply
When applying, please ensure you include a cover letter, resume and address the essential criteria as part of your application.
To apply and view the position description please click on the 'apply now' button below or visit our website: www.challengecommunity.org.au
Confidential enquiries can be made by contacting
This is an identified position.
Challenge Community Services is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and welcomes applications from people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds.