- Job posted on: 7th Jun 2021
- Applications close:
You must be of Aboriginal descent to be considered for this position as per section 50D of the Equal Employment Opportunity Act 1984.
Yorgum was established in 1991 by a group of Aboriginal women, some of whom worked in women’s refuges, who were concerned about the lack of appropriate counselling support for Aboriginal people experiencing spiritual, emotional and psychological pain. They founded a service with a ‘healing’ approach rather than an ongoing, crisis-driven ‘patch-up’ approach.
Yorgum offers all Aboriginal people and their families autonomous, community based healing services that are culturally secure, trauma-informed and work within an Aboriginal Family Worldview.
This position is responsible for conducting family research related to family history tracing for clients affected by Stolen Generation policies and practices.
To be considered for the role, you will be able to demonstrate the following experience and abilities:
Yorgum is committed to the protection of children and young people.
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Only short listed applicants will be contacted.