Recruitment Training and Assessment Officer position available Anglicare

Recruitment Training and Assessment Officer

Full time – fixed term contract 6 months

The Recruitment, Training & Assessment Officer is responsible for the recruitment, training and assessment of suitable foster and kinship carers within the greater Rockhampton region.  The Recruitment, Training & Assessment Officer will complete thorough and complex initial assessments of potential foster carers to determine their capacity to meet the standards of care and will work  in collaboration with other Foster, Kinship & Intensive care team members to identify and deliver training to ensure supportive and stable placements for children in out of home care are attained by increasing their understanding of the complexities of trauma and provision of out of home care.

How to apply

To apply please read our Applicant Information Guide, Employment Application Form andPosition Description.

Complete your application, referring and responding to the Selection Criteria located within the Position Description.  Submit this along with a cover letter, current resume and completed Application for Employment Form.  Only complete applications lodged by the closing date will be considered.

For more information contact Sharon on (07) 4927 8200 or email

Applications close Monday 30 May 2016

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ORIC Recruitment Assistance


ORIC Recruitment Assistance (ORA) offers recruitment assistance to corporations registered under the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006 (CATSI Act) to fill vacant senior positions.

The Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations (ORIC) aims to help corporations operate in an effective, efficient, sustainable and accountable manner. The ORA program encourages best practice and aims to build capacity by helping corporations recruit and keep suitable senior staff.
Who can apply?

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations registered with ORIC that are looking to fill senior positions are eligible to apply for ORA.
Assistance for corporations through ORA

ORIC can help with all steps in the recruitment process, including:

§ developing the job package
§ advertising the position
§ vetting applicants
§ the interview process
§ preparing the Recruitment Panel Selection Report.

Corporations remain responsible for all decisions in the recruitment process, including who to recruit and negotiating salary packages. ORIC only provides assistance and guidance in the process, it does not make any decisions on behalf of individual corporations.
How to apply

Step 1. Read the ORA guidelines. Description: Description: Description: pdfPDF, 48KB

Step 2. Fill in the ORA application form and have a director sign the declaration. Description: Description: Description: pdfPDF, 69KB

Step 3. Attach relevant documents to the application. (Complete section 4 of the application form if the corporation has not yet lodged its current year annual reports)

Step 4. Send the application form and relevant documents to ORIC. The address is on the application form. On receipt of an application ORIC will contact the corporation. If a corporation’s application is approved ORIC will assign a case manager to work with the corporation. The corporation will need to sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with ORIC about how ORA works.
What does ORA cost?

ORIC will provide the service to eligible corporations free of charge. However, the successful corporations will be expected to meet all the costs of recruiting and advertising.
Any questions about applying for ORA?

If you wish to discuss the ORA program further please phone Roseanne Mirto or Luba Neiden-Bach on free call 1800 622431 (not free from mobiles) or email

Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations
,PO Box 2029, Woden ACT 2606 ||’Toll free: 1800 622 431 || ||ABN: 36 342 015 855

Trainee Carpentry Position Yeppoon

We are currently recruiting for an employer who is looking for some candidates for a trainee carpentry position based in Yeppoon. They must been highly motivated, reliable and keen to learn, preferably with some experience in construction with a white card, drivers licence and own transport. Mature aged is fine.

Please contact me asap on the details below if you are interested.

Kristie Soto | Business Development Officer/Training & Employment Co-ordinator |
Tel: (07) 5313 8600
Mob: 0403 497 019

DEEWR – Indigenous Australian Government Development Program (IAGDP) Recruitment, Applications open 12 April 2012

The IAGDP is an employment and development initiative administered by the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) on behalf of partnering Australian Public Service (APS) Agencies. The aim of the IAGDP is to increase the representation of Indigenous Australians in the APS by providing work experience and professional development.

To enable the department to attract as many suitable applicants as possible, please forward on to your networks, friends and family who may be interested.

The IAGDP offers eligible candidates:

• Ongoing (permanent) employment, initially at an APS 3 level;
• A Diploma qualification; and
• Access to additional structured learning and development courses.

Upon successful completion of the program (including the Diploma qualification), participants are advanced to an APS 4 level and will continue to work with their home agency.

In 2012, participants will complete a Diploma qualification which may include:

• Contract Management
• Project Management
• Community Capacity
• Information and Communication Technology

To learn more about what the program offers please visit us online at: email: phone: (02) 6240 3737.
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