About the Job

The purpose of this role is to develop and deliver workshops that inspire the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and encourage healthy lifestyle choices. Talking About Tobacco Use (TATU) is a part of a National Health Campaign funded by the Federal Department of Health aimed at Tackling Indigenous Smoking (TIS). The work of TATU includes smoke-free education workshops, health promotion, workplace programs and training.

This role is offered on a full-time, fixed-term basis.

About You

This job is for an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person with experience in community engagement or health promotion. You will have strong communication skills and experience in developing and maintaining relationships with a wide variety of stakeholders, enabling you to develop and deliver engaging workshops for children, young people and workplaces.

Download and read the Position Description.

About the NCIE

The National Centre of Indigenous Excellence Ltd (NCIE) is a not-for-profit social enterprise. We build capabilities and create opportunities for young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples by delivering life-changing programs from our heritage-listed facilities in Redfern.

The NCIE offers:

  • Attractive salary packaging
  • Free on-site gym & pool membership
  • Our values are Excellence, Inclusiveness, Integrity and Growth

To Apply

Submit your CV and a cover letter addressing the selection criteria to jobs@ncie.org.au.

Please state the job title “Program Facilitator & Development Officer – TATU” as the subject of your email.

Enquiries: Jaimi-Leigh Faulkner, Programs & Services Manager,
JL.Faulkner@ncie.org.au.

Closing date for applications is by close of business, Wednesday 2 January 2019.