OPPORTUNITY TO JOIN THE TEAM AT THIRRILI: NATIONAL INDIGENOUS POSTVENTION ADVOCATES
Are you an Allied Health Professional looking for a new and challenging role – providing support to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander individuals, families and communities? Then look no further.
Thirrili Ltd delivers the National Indigenous Postvention Service across Australia and has taken a national leadership role in the provision of suicide postvention support and assistance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals, families and communities. Thirrili is a not for profit, Aboriginal controlled organisation and operates from a strengths-based approach.
Thirrili employs a dedicated team of professionals to provide support across all states and territories. They provide flexible working arrangements, including salary packaging opportunities and are also able to be flexible in their approach in terms of employment arrangements, including consultancy and fee for service options.
OPPORTUNITY TO JOIN THE TEAM: NATIONAL INDIGENOUS POSTVENTION ADVOCATES
There are multiple vacancies across all jurisdictions. The National Indigenous Postvention Advocates (NIPa) act as a local response contact point for critical incident needs, and as required, leads local critical responses to suicide and other traumatic incidents involving death. Work includes provision of practical support to individuals, families and communities and supporting colleagues attending incidents.
- be an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person
- hold qualifications or relevant experience in the strengthening of health, cultural, social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities
- Able to demonstrate and provide evidence in statements addressing the Selection Criteria
INTERESTED? LIKE TO KNOW MORE?
Contact Angela Threlfall (firstname.lastname@example.org) for a copy of the Position Description and Selection Criteria.
To discuss these opportunities in more detail contact Rachael Schmerl (Rachael.S@thirrili.com.au) or by calling 0418 482 060.
August 19, 2020
Posted by: Renae Kilmister