Aboriginal people succeeding through ability, opportunity and reward for effort
Wunan News News & Updates from the field
Aug 26 2019
Wunan Foundation are a 100% Indigenous owned for for profit organisation based in Kununurra WA. Wunan’s purpose is to ensure that Aboriginal people in the East Kimberley enjoy the capabilities and opportunities necessary to make positive choices leading to independent and fulfilling lives. Essentially, to have dreams and a real chance of achieving them. To achieve this, Wunan has developed initiatives in strategic priority areas such as education, employment, family and child support services, financial wellbeing, housing and governance. Wunan seeks a person who has a positive attitude and commitment to its social change and economic participation mission with the following skills/expertise; Ability to develop strong relationships with Communities Ability to be self-motivated and work independently, within a team environment Possess strong communication skills and be able to work with outside agencies Would demonstrate a high degree of administration and organisational skills including computer literacy; requirements would include data entry […]   Read More.
Topic: Jobs
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.     Read More.
Topic: Jobs