- Regional NSW > Nambucca Heads
- Job posted on: 20th Apr 2022
- Applications close:
Uniting’s ‘Future Horizon’s Strategy seeks to maximise our impact by designing, piloting and providing new solutions for some of our communities most pressing challenges. Our goal is to transform unjust social structures and we see social innovation as an important means for achieving positive change. The Aboriginal Families Together is one of our key Uniting social innovation projects.
This role is a part time (3 days per week), closed period contract until 30 June 2023.
As the Co Design Specialist for this project, you will have the opportunity to work with two of our teams in regional communities (Nambucca Heads & Dubbo) to co-design a community owned solution that will keep Aboriginal families together. You will be an integral member of the Aboriginal Families Together project team, working closely with the Project Coordinator and both field communities who have developed deep connections with the community through the provision of playgroups and family support services. Specifically you will;
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families are represented in this program more broadly. Appropriate cultural knowledge and understanding is important to deliver effectively in this role. This is a targeted position and applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged.
Employment with Uniting is subject to satisfactory background checks which include a National Police Check and Reference Check.
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For more information contact Tammy Pararajasingham – Head of Social impact on 0412 355 603 or firstname.lastname@example.org, using the subject line: Co-design Specialist - Aboriginal Projects - Nambucca Heads / Dubbo enquiry via EthicalJobs.
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