Exciting opportunity to work in NCIE’s Talking About Tobacco Use (TATU) program!
We are currently looking for a Talking About Tobacco Use (TATU) Program Coordinator to develop and deliver compelling workshops that inspire our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community partners and promote healthy life choices.
TATU is part of the national Tackling Indigenous Smoking (TIS) campaign, funded by the Federal Department of Health.
- Design and maintain TATU workshops, presentations and props, ensuring that TATU content is relevant and in line with TIS key messages.
- Conduct research to keep smoking and health statistics up-to-date and find new and creative methods of education.
- Ensure robust data collection, analysis, monitoring, evaluating and reporting of program outcomes.
- Manage TATU and community program event logistics, stakeholder management and service delivery.
- Deliver workshops in carefully planned modes, timeframes and locations.
- Evaluate data to inform program delivery and design.
- Completion of or progress towards a tertiary qualification in relevant field, such as Education, Health Promotion or Public Health.
- Extensive equivalent on-the-job experience in community engagement or health promotion work or similar industry.
- Strong knowledge of preventative health practices and demonstrated experience in delivering culturally appropriate health initiatives to communities.
- Highly developed communication skills to effectively facilitate and negotiate significant outcomes.
- Experience in developing and maintaining effective networks, alliances and relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and organisations.
- Highly developed computer, research, analysis and report writing skills.
- Employment will be subject to a National Police Clearance and the ability to get a NSW Working with Children Check clearance is essential.
- Possession of a valid driver’s licence is essential.
The National Centre of Indigenous Excellence Ltd (NCIE) is built on the land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. NCIE builds capabilities and creates opportunities by delivering life-changing programs from our heritage-listed facilities in Redfern, Sydney.
We offer attractive NFP salary packaging and a free on-site gym & pool membership for employees.
To apply: Submit your resume and a one page cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. The subject title of your email should be “TATU Program Coordinator Application”. Applications close Monday 28 September.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are highly encouraged to apply.