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Wunan News News & Updates from the field
Feb 13 2019
Wunan are seeking expressions of interest from job seekers who would like to be drafted into a casual pool of support workers. The casual pool would be utilised in Wunans social programs including Family Support and Wellbeing, Child & Parent Centres, Parent and Community Engagement located in Halls Creek, Kununurra or Wyndham. The successful applicant must have: A current Working with Children Check (WA) National Police Clearance Valid Driver licence Relevant previous experience working with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people How to Apply: Please submit a comprehensive resume and a cover letter to humanresources@wunan.org.au.  Ensure your application clearly addresses your suitability for the position according to the selection criteria in the Position Description. View our full Position Description HERE.   Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. Closing Date: 15 March 2019     Read More.
Topic: Jobs
Dec 14 2018
Lyndon Brandy joined the Jobs and Skills Centre, Broome at the end of September 2018. Lyndon has come from a background in Youth Justice and is looking forward to growing his skills and knowledge in Employment Services and Career Development.   Read More.
Topic: Wunan
Dec 14 2018
In November, SWTP Coordinator Karen Andrew attended the 2nd National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Suicide Prevention Conference and the 2nd World Indigenous Suicide Prevention Conferences, held back to back in Perth.   Read More.
Dec 14 2018
Six KEEP students in Term 4 2018 graduated from Year 12. Four of the students were at Pacific Hills Christian College and resided at the Dural Boarding Home in Sydney. Two students graduated in Perth: one from Clontarf Aboriginal College (residing at the Mt Lawley Boarding Home) and one from Belmont City College (residing at the Kewdale Boarding Home).   Read More.
Topic: Education
Dec 14 2018
Broome JSC and RTO Progressive Training – SEE Program (Skills for Education and Employment) worked together over a two-week period, hosting six workshops focussed on employability skills.   Read More.
Topic: Employment
Dec 14 2018
Karl Chulung is a young Indigenous man local to the town of Kununurra. After recently returning and looking to make the town. His home base again, Karl approached the Wunan JSC, Kununurra in order to utilise their services in developing a resume and gaining employment.   Read More.
Topic: Employment