CQID Girls’ Young Achiever’s program

Kaitlin Moss has put together a program for Indigenous girls that is running this weekend.  Girls should be aged between 14 – 17. Knowing Kaitlin it will be a great program and opportunity for our kids to have fun, do something healthy and positive for themselves and hopefully inspire them to make good choices and set their sights on some goals for themselves.

The program starts with an overnight camp.  All food is provided.  Program will include some rugby league and fitness training, including some light weights training and guest speakers.

Give her a call on 4920 0000 or 0499 461 496 if you have any girls that would like to be involved.

CQID Girls Young Achievers Program

Trivia night flyer/Sponsorship

Please find attached the Young Achievers Trivia night fundraiser information that is being held by our U13 parents to assist in the NZ tour.  Think about getting together a table of friends work collegues to come along for a night of fun and frivolity.

There will also be an auction of sporting Memorabilia to assist with fund raising for the tour.

Details of the night:

Date:  Friday 19th June 2015

Time:  Bar open from 6.30p with Trivia starting at 7p.

Tables:  Only 34 tables available.  6 persons per table.

Cost is $50 PER TABLE IF PAID AT LEAST 1 WEEK BEFORE THE NIGHT or $10 per person if paid on the night ($60 per table).

Sharon Gill is taking table bookings, so even if payment is to come later ring or text Sharon on 0457995390 with yours or your friends table name so that you don’t miss out.  As this is a night where consuming alcohol is part of the event, we do ask that primary school children are not included in table numbers or brought to the event.

I have also attached sponsorship prospectus as well as letter re Young Acheiver’s tour for your perusal.   I hope you can support this great initiative.

Jason Field |  General Manager
Central Queensland Indigenous Development Ltd|

CEIC Building 26, CQUniversity, Rockhampton Qld 4700. PO Box 98, CQ University, North Rockhampton Qld 4701

Young Acheivers tour letter sponsorshipx

Young Acheivers Tour 2015 Sponsorship Prospectus

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FKC Vacanacies

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Foster and Kinship Care Service are looking for people to fill 3 vacancies

2 x Placement Support and Assessment Officers

1 x Administration Officer

PSO Advertisment

Position: Housing Outcome Broker outreach night shift position

The closing date of the application is the 06th of June 2013.

The interviews will be held at the CQID office building 26 CQ University on the 10th of June 2013. The successful applicants will be notified by a phone call prior to the interviews.
The commencement date will be the 12th June 2013.

The position – sacs award level 4.1 part-time 25 hours per week. The level of your qualification will determine your award rate.

Applicants will need to apply with a cover letter followed by their resume. Applications can be faxed to 49200010, Emailed to me marioviti@cqid.com.au or dropped in at the Office – CQID Building 26 CQ University.

PD can also be picked up at the CQID office – Building 26 CQ University or emailed to their private email address.

Minimal requirements – current open drivers licence and a current Blue Card.

All application will be held in confidence.

Mario Viti | HOS Manager.
Central Queensland Indigenous Development Ltd|
CQID Building 26,
PO Box 98, CQUniversity, Rockhampton Qld 4701

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Placement Support Service (Foster and Kinship Care service)

Hello everyone

I hope you all have had a great Christmas and New Year.

I would like to let everyone know that I have now commenced employment with CQID as Manager of the Placement Support Service (Foster and Kinship Care service). The Placement Support Service is funded to recruit, train, and support foster and kinship carers to care for a our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children who require out of home care. As you may be aware, in Qld around 37% of all children in care are Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander. Our children who are placed in care are not always placed with family or other Indigenous families. Many children are placed with non Indigenous carers (Most of whom do a great job). Our aim as a Placement Support Service is to place as many children as we can with approved Kinship carers. Our target is to place 75% of our children with suitable members of their families. If we cannot find a suitable family member to care for a child/ren, we aim to then locate another suitable Indigenous family to care for them. I believe this is an achievable goal and will be of great benefit to our children in care.

If you are considering becoming a foster or kinship carer, or you know someone who is interested in becoming a carer, please do not hesitate to contact one of the Placement Support Services team. We are constantly recruiting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to train as Foster and Kinship carers and provide a very valuable service. Our staff will walk you through the entire process of becoming a carer and support you during the assessment phase to help make it as comfortable for you.

My team and I look forward to meeting with anyone who would like to know more about our service or just for a catch up. Please don’t hesitate to contact us.

I look forward to working with you all.

Kind regards
Shea Taylor
Manager
Foster and Kinship Care
CEIC Building 26, Darumbal Road
PO Box 98, CQUniversity, North Rockhampton Qld 4701