What to include in your application
Your application must include:
- Up to date resume or CV
- Cover letter
- Current referee details of 3 recent referees
- Your statement of claims addressing all of the selection criteria
Eligibility: This is an Aboriginal Identified position
This position involves undertaking training and skills development, working primarily with Waltja’s media and art team and also assisting other Waltja programs, and being a willing and proactive part of the Waltja team.
This position supports the delivery of Waltja’s Aged and Disability programs, supporting Aboriginal elders and people with disability to engage positively in community and cultural life, and to access appropriate services.
The community development worker – Aged and Disability will be based in Alice Springs with regular travel to the designated communities (out of Alice Springs 3-5 days in a week, 3 weeks in every 4).
1 position (25hrs) for 6 month period of training on the job and with a training mentor. This position will require regular bush work alongside other program areas with 2 weeks out of 4 on community for 3-5 days each trip with some day trips.
To work within a specific program area to gain skills, knowledge and qualifications that will improve project development, support and training to remote community services.
Working at Waltja
Waltja is a community based Aboriginal Organisation, based in Alice Springs, working across the Central Desert Region. Waltja supports the development and management of innovative and appropriate services in remote communities.
- Successful job applicants will have a 3 month probation period.
- Salary sacrifice is available after the probation period is completed.
- Waltja staff are required to undertake a police check and hold a current Ochre Card.
- Positions identified as Aboriginal Identified are as per section 57 of the Anti Discrimination Act 1996(NT).
- Aboriginal people are also encouraged to apply for all other positions.
- Waltja is smoke free in the workplace and on the job