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Social Worker/Psychologist | Social and Emotional Wellbeing Team | NT
Curis Recruitment, Alice Springs Area, Darwin Region, Alice Springs, ...
Curis Recruitment is proud to partner with this fantastic aboriginal health service in the Northern Territory to find them an experienced Social Worker or Psychologist to join the Social and Emotional Wellbeing team. This role is perfect for you if you love adventure, love working in remote areas, want to make a difference to a community in need AND all while earning fantastic money and paying no rent The position: Permanent full time position Accommodation provided on site Vehicle access provided during work hours and for rostered days off Return flights provided Salary of between $75,000 and $85,000 depending on experience and qualifications As the Social and Emotional Wellbeing Social Worker or Psychologist you will work as a member of the SEWB program team which includes psychologists, community support workers, social workers and a Registered Nurse. As a team you will provide social and emotional wellbeing services to community members. At times you will work under the supervision of the Medical Officer and/or the Clinic Manager. At other times you will be required to work with limited assistance. You will be required to travel by 4WD vehicle to provide services to remote outstations. As part of your position you will plan, implement and evaluate local wellbeing and support programs and help to embed good social and emotional wellbeing practices into the community. To be eligible for this position you must: Have experience in, and a commitment to, community development. Understanding of vicarious trauma, including self-care Familiarity of working in a remote community or setting where flexibility and extensive travel is required. Demonstrated case management experience with families and children. Demonstrated ability to develop good working relationships across a range of sectors and in a variety of settings. An understanding of the Social And Emotional Wellbeing Framework Current AASW/AHPRA registration Current Drivers Licence with the ability to drive a manual vehicle If you would like to receive the full job description or to apply please forward your CV to elissacuris.com.au and a consultant will be in touch within 24 hours. Alternatively please call us on 02 9188 3989 to discuss the position further. If you are a Social Worker or Psychologist ready for a fantastic adventure where you will truly help a community in need then this is for you Apply Now to find out more.
Financial Counsellor
Scout Talent, Alice Springs Area, Darwin Region, Alice Springs, ...
Are you passionate about supporting Aboriginal People to improve their financial and social wellbeing? Join a dedicated not-for-profit and act as a first point of contact to provide financial support and education. Enjoy a salary circa $84,000 - $88,000 (inclusive of leave loading) plus super, relocation assistance, 6 weeks leave, attractive salary sacrifice options & more Based in Alice Springs with 2 weeks in every 4 travelling to the APY Lands About MoneyMob Talkabout MoneyMob Talkabout is a not-for-profit organisation currently undergoing a period of unprecedented growth, both in size and opportunity, supported by their dedication to delivering a range of financial and community support programs with and for people in remote Indigenous communities. Their Money Hub in the APY Lands, which has operated since 2012, provides a one-stop-shop for local community members to interact with the broader economy in a safe and supportive environment. Teams also visit other communities in South Australia from Pipalyatjara to Indulkana providing services on an outreach basis. MoneyMob is one of the agencies that helped spearhead the campaign that resulted in the second largest corporate penalty in the history of Australian consumer law for conduct by a private organisation against disadvantaged people. You can read more about that case and MoneyMob's influence here . MoneyMob's Managing Director Carolyn Cartwright was recently awarded the Financial Counselling Australia Chair's Special Recognition Award for Outstanding Contribution to Financial Counselling. MoneyMob Talkabout is also actively committed to being an Aboriginal run and led service. About the Opportunity Due to a period of rapid growth, MoneyMob Talkabout now has an opportunity for a Financial Counsellor to join their team based in Alice Springs, NT on a full-time fixed term contract until 30th of June 2023 with extension subject to funding, with two weeks outreach travel to various communities within the APY Lands per month. Reporting to the Financial Wellbeing Team Leader, you will be responsible for assisting and supporting clients with their ability to deal with and manage their debt, and where possible, advocating on behalf of them to achieve better outcomes. Your day to day duties will include, but will not be limited to: Assisting those who are unable to pay their bills or are at imminent risk of doing so; Helping people address their financial problems and supporting their employment readiness through advocating, client education and negotiation; Supporting clients financial management skills development; Providing clients with referrals for other support, and actively involving clients in case planning; and Adopting a person-centred approach to empower people to move towards their personal goals. To view the full position description, please click here. For a confidential discussion about the position, please contact Robyn Eyears - Community Service and Practice Manager on (08) 8953 2410. About You To be considered for this position you must either have or be enrolled to complete, a Diploma of Financial Counselling , as well as demonstrable experience in the community sector, in any capacity, working with vulnerable peoples and/or remote communities. As an experienced professional, you will bring with you high level administrative and time management skills. You will be adept at keeping up with the changing regulatory landscape and advocating for client outcomes. Over and above the financial responsibilities involved, you will demonstrate a community-focused willingness to learn and grow within the role, developing the additional skills, empathy and cultural competency necessary to assist and understand client needs in remote communities. Furthermore, your ability to maintain strong self-awareness and a high level of reflective practice and self-care to be able to handle the challenges of working and living in remote communities will be key to your success. We encourage you to read more about our organisation's values here , to see if they align with your personal values. Please Note: This position requires frequent travel via 4WD vehicle from Alice Springs to APY lands, spending two weeks out of every month living away from home. To be eligible for consideration, you must hold a current manual Driver's License and be able to drive 4WD vehicles independently on remote roads. Employment will also be subject to a National Police Clearance and Working with Children check. About the Benefits This is an incredible opportunity to bring your passion, experience and willingness to learn to a dedicated not-for-profit organisation supporting some of the most remote communities in Australia . Whilst a financial counselling experience is preferred, this is a great opportunity for students to enjoy meaningful work and be supported in the continuation of your financial counselling studies , while working in a unique, highly varied environment In return for your hard work and dedication, you will receive an attractive remuneration circa $84,000 - $88,000 (inclusive of leave loading) plus super and salary sacrificing options, and a GREAT range of additional benefits to help you enjoy life within the local community including: Relocation Assistance; 6 weeks annual leave; Employee Assistance Program; $500 annual wellbeing payment; 5 days mandated annual breaks (mini-break); Training/education opportunities; and External professional supervision and support if needed. You will also be welcomed into a friendly and passionate team, with comprehensive support from colleagues and management, and ongoing opportunities for career development and advancement. Alice Springs and the APY Lands Although traditionally regarded as a small, dusty town with a few rustic buildings, Alice Springs today offers all of the shopping, sight-seeing and entertainment facilities of a modern urban town, and is home to a thriving arts community and a wealth of adventure opportunities. In addition to its rich history and diverse cultural heritage, you can explore the local sports teams, photography, camping, hiking, motorsports, desert-racing and more, whilst benefiting from the relaxed country atmosphere, fantastic weather and internationally-renowned environment. The Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands covers over 103,000 square kilometres of remote South Australia, near the tri-state border. Home to around 3000 people of Aboriginal descent over seven main communities and seventeen homelands, the land was returned to the traditional owners in 1981. The area itself is a vital part of Aboriginal desert culture, with many people there identifying the history and basic laws of human existence as largely being written in the land. To help support financial empowerment within an expanding not-for-profit organisation - Apply Now
Financial Counsellor
Scout Talent, Newcastle Region, New South Wales, Alice Springs, ...
Are you passionate about supporting Aboriginal People to improve their financial and social wellbeing? Join a dedicated not-for-profit and act as a first point of contact to provide financial support and education. Enjoy a salary circa $84,000 - $88,000 (inclusive of leave loading) plus super, relocation assistance, 6 weeks leave, attractive salary sacrifice options & more Based in Alice Springs with 2 weeks in every 4 travelling to the APY Lands About MoneyMob Talkabout MoneyMob Talkabout is a not-for-profit organisation currently undergoing a period of unprecedented growth, both in size and opportunity, supported by their dedication to delivering a range of financial and community support programs with and for people in remote Indigenous communities. Their Money Hub in the APY Lands, which has operated since 2012, provides a one-stop-shop for local community members to interact with the broader economy in a safe and supportive environment. Teams also visit other communities in South Australia from Pipalyatjara to Indulkana providing services on an outreach basis. MoneyMob is one of the agencies that helped spearhead the campaign that resulted in the second largest corporate penalty in the history of Australian consumer law for conduct by a private organisation against disadvantaged people. You can read more about that case and MoneyMob's influence here . MoneyMob's Managing Director Carolyn Cartwright was recently awarded the Financial Counselling Australia Chair's Special Recognition Award for Outstanding Contribution to Financial Counselling. MoneyMob Talkabout is also actively committed to being an Aboriginal run and led service. About the Opportunity Due to a period of rapid growth, MoneyMob Talkabout now has an opportunity for a Financial Counsellor to join their team based in Alice Springs, NT on a full-time fixed term contract until 30th of June 2023 with extension subject to funding, with two weeks outreach travel to various communities within the APY Lands per month. Reporting to the Financial Wellbeing Team Leader, you will be responsible for assisting and supporting clients with their ability to deal with and manage their debt, and where possible, advocating on behalf of them to achieve better outcomes. Your day to day duties will include, but will not be limited to: Assisting those who are unable to pay their bills or are at imminent risk of doing so; Helping people address their financial problems and supporting their employment readiness through advocating, client education and negotiation; Supporting clients financial management skills development; Providing clients with referrals for other support, and actively involving clients in case planning; and Adopting a person-centred approach to empower people to move towards their personal goals. To view the full position description, please click here. For a confidential discussion about the position, please contact Robyn Eyears - Community Service and Practice Manager on (08) 8953 2410. About You To be considered for this position you must either have or be enrolled to complete, a Diploma of Financial Counselling , as well as demonstrable experience in the community sector, in any capacity, working with vulnerable peoples and/or remote communities. As an experienced professional, you will bring with you high level administrative and time management skills. You will be adept at keeping up with the changing regulatory landscape and advocating for client outcomes. Over and above the financial responsibilities involved, you will demonstrate a community-focused willingness to learn and grow within the role, developing the additional skills, empathy and cultural competency necessary to assist and understand client needs in remote communities. Furthermore, your ability to maintain strong self-awareness and a high level of reflective practice and self-care to be able to handle the challenges of working and living in remote communities will be key to your success. We encourage you to read more about our organisation's values here , to see if they align with your personal values. Please Note: This position requires frequent travel via 4WD vehicle from Alice Springs to APY lands, spending two weeks out of every month living away from home. To be eligible for consideration, you must hold a current manual Driver's License and be able to drive 4WD vehicles independently on remote roads. Employment will also be subject to a National Police Clearance and Working with Children check. About the Benefits This is an incredible opportunity to bring your passion, experience and willingness to learn to a dedicated not-for-profit organisation supporting some of the most remote communities in Australia . Whilst a financial counselling experience is preferred, this is a great opportunity for students to enjoy meaningful work and be supported in the continuation of your financial counselling studies , while working in a unique, highly varied environment In return for your hard work and dedication, you will receive an attractive remuneration circa $84,000 - $88,000 (inclusive of leave loading) plus super and salary sacrificing options, and a GREAT range of additional benefits to help you enjoy life within the local community including: Relocation Assistance; 6 weeks annual leave; Employee Assistance Program; $500 annual wellbeing payment; 5 days mandated annual breaks (mini-break); Training/education opportunities; and External professional supervision and support if needed. You will also be welcomed into a friendly and passionate team, with comprehensive support from colleagues and management, and ongoing opportunities for career development and advancement. Alice Springs and the APY Lands Although traditionally regarded as a small, dusty town with a few rustic buildings, Alice Springs today offers all of the shopping, sight-seeing and entertainment facilities of a modern urban town, and is home to a thriving arts community and a wealth of adventure opportunities. In addition to its rich history and diverse cultural heritage, you can explore the local sports teams, photography, camping, hiking, motorsports, desert-racing and more, whilst benefiting from the relaxed country atmosphere, fantastic weather and internationally-renowned environment. The Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands covers over 103,000 square kilometres of remote South Australia, near the tri-state border. Home to around 3000 people of Aboriginal descent over seven main communities and seventeen homelands, the land was returned to the traditional owners in 1981. The area itself is a vital part of Aboriginal desert culture, with many people there identifying the history and basic laws of human existence as largely being written in the land. To help support financial empowerment within an expanding not-for-profit organisation - Apply Now
Other (Banking, Superannuation & Finance) - Scout Talent
Scout Talent, Alice Springs Area, Darwin Region, Alice Springs, ...
Are you passionate about supporting Aboriginal People to improve their financial and social wellbeing? Join a dedicated not-for-profit and act as a first point of contact to provide financial support and education. Enjoy a salary circa $84,000 - $88,000 (inclusive of leave loading) plus super, relocation assistance, 6 weeks leave, attractive salary sacrifice options & more Based in Alice Springs with 2 weeks in every 4 travelling to the APY Lands About MoneyMob Talkabout MoneyMob Talkabout is a not-for-profit organisation currently undergoing a period of unprecedented growth, both in size and opportunity, supported by their dedication to delivering a range of financial and community support programs with and for people in remote Indigenous communities. Their Money Hub in the APY Lands, which has operated since 2012, provides a one-stop-shop for local community members to interact with the broader economy in a safe and supportive environment. Teams also visit other communities in South Australia from Pipalyatjara to Indulkana providing services on an outreach basis. MoneyMob is one of the agencies that helped spearhead the campaign that resulted in the second largest corporate penalty in the history of Australian consumer law for conduct by a private organisation against disadvantaged people. You can read more about that case and MoneyMob's influence here . MoneyMob's Managing Director Carolyn Cartwright was recently awarded the Financial Counselling Australia Chair's Special Recognition Award for Outstanding Contribution to Financial Counselling. MoneyMob Talkabout is also actively committed to being an Aboriginal run and led service. About the Opportunity Due to a period of rapid growth, MoneyMob Talkabout now has an opportunity for a Financial Counsellor to join their team based in Alice Springs, NT on a full-time fixed term contract until 30th of June 2023 with extension subject to funding, with two weeks outreach travel to various communities within the APY Lands per month. Reporting to the Financial Wellbeing Team Leader, you will be responsible for assisting and supporting clients with their ability to deal with and manage their debt, and where possible, advocating on behalf of them to achieve better outcomes. Your day to day duties will include, but will not be limited to: Assisting those who are unable to pay their bills or are at imminent risk of doing so; Helping people address their financial problems and supporting their employment readiness through advocating, client education and negotiation; Supporting clients financial management skills development; Providing clients with referrals for other support, and actively involving clients in case planning; and Adopting a person-centred approach to empower people to move towards their personal goals. To view the full position description, please click here. For a confidential discussion about the position, please contact Robyn Eyears - Community Service and Practice Manager on (08) 8953 2410. About You To be considered for this position you must either have or be enrolled to complete, a Diploma of Financial Counselling , as well as demonstrable experience in the community sector, in any capacity, working with vulnerable peoples and/or remote communities. As an experienced professional, you will bring with you high level administrative and time management skills. You will be adept at keeping up with the changing regulatory landscape and advocating for client outcomes. Over and above the financial responsibilities involved, you will demonstrate a community-focused willingness to learn and grow within the role, developing the additional skills, empathy and cultural competency necessary to assist and understand client needs in remote communities. Furthermore, your ability to maintain strong self-awareness and a high level of reflective practice and self-care to be able to handle the challenges of working and living in remote communities will be key to your success. We encourage you to read more about our organisation's values here , to see if they align with your personal values. Please Note: This position requires frequent travel via 4WD vehicle from Alice Springs to APY lands, spending two weeks out of every month living away from home. To be eligible for consideration, you must hold a current manual Driver's License and be able to drive 4WD vehicles independently on remote roads. Employment will also be subject to a National Police Clearance and Working with Children check. About the Benefits This is an incredible opportunity to bring your passion, experience and willingness to learn to a dedicated not-for-profit organisation supporting some of the most remote communities in Australia . Whilst a financial counselling experience is preferred, this is a great opportunity for students to enjoy meaningful work and be supported in the continuation of your financial counselling studies , while working in a unique, highly varied environment In return for your hard work and dedication, you will receive an attractive remuneration circa $84,000 - $88,000 (inclusive of leave loading) plus super and salary sacrificing options, and a GREAT range of additional benefits to help you enjoy life within the local community including: Relocation Assistance; 6 weeks annual leave; Employee Assistance Program; $500 annual wellbeing payment; 5 days mandated annual breaks (mini-break); Training/education opportunities; and External professional supervision and support if needed. You will also be welcomed into a friendly and passionate team, with comprehensive support from colleagues and management, and ongoing opportunities for career development and advancement. Alice Springs and the APY Lands Although traditionally regarded as a small, dusty town with a few rustic buildings, Alice Springs today offers all of the shopping, sight-seeing and entertainment facilities of a modern urban town, and is home to a thriving arts community and a wealth of adventure opportunities. In addition to its rich history and diverse cultural heritage, you can explore the local sports teams, photography, camping, hiking, motorsports, desert-racing and more, whilst benefiting from the relaxed country atmosphere, fantastic weather and internationally-renowned environment. The Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands covers over 103,000 square kilometres of remote South Australia, near the tri-state border. Home to around 3000 people of Aboriginal descent over seven main communities and seventeen homelands, the land was returned to the traditional owners in 1981. The area itself is a vital part of Aboriginal desert culture, with many people there identifying the history and basic laws of human existence as largely being written in the land. To help support financial empowerment within an expanding not-for-profit organisation - Apply Now
Other (Banking, Superannuation & Finance) - Scout Talent
Scout Talent, Bathurst-Orange Region, New South Wales, Alice Spr ...
Are you passionate about supporting Aboriginal People to improve their financial and social wellbeing? Join a dedicated not-for-profit and act as a first point of contact to provide financial support and education. Enjoy a salary circa $84,000 - $88,000 (inclusive of leave loading) plus super, relocation assistance, 6 weeks leave, attractive salary sacrifice options & more Based in Alice Springs with 2 weeks in every 4 travelling to the APY Lands About MoneyMob Talkabout MoneyMob Talkabout is a not-for-profit organisation currently undergoing a period of unprecedented growth, both in size and opportunity, supported by their dedication to delivering a range of financial and community support programs with and for people in remote Indigenous communities. Their Money Hub in the APY Lands, which has operated since 2012, provides a one-stop-shop for local community members to interact with the broader economy in a safe and supportive environment. Teams also visit other communities in South Australia from Pipalyatjara to Indulkana providing services on an outreach basis. MoneyMob is one of the agencies that helped spearhead the campaign that resulted in the second largest corporate penalty in the history of Australian consumer law for conduct by a private organisation against disadvantaged people. You can read more about that case and MoneyMob's influence here . MoneyMob's Managing Director Carolyn Cartwright was recently awarded the Financial Counselling Australia Chair's Special Recognition Award for Outstanding Contribution to Financial Counselling. MoneyMob Talkabout is also actively committed to being an Aboriginal run and led service. About the Opportunity Due to a period of rapid growth, MoneyMob Talkabout now has an opportunity for a Financial Counsellor to join their team based in Alice Springs, NT on a full-time fixed term contract until 30th of June 2023 with extension subject to funding, with two weeks outreach travel to various communities within the APY Lands per month. Reporting to the Financial Wellbeing Team Leader, you will be responsible for assisting and supporting clients with their ability to deal with and manage their debt, and where possible, advocating on behalf of them to achieve better outcomes. Your day to day duties will include, but will not be limited to: Assisting those who are unable to pay their bills or are at imminent risk of doing so; Helping people address their financial problems and supporting their employment readiness through advocating, client education and negotiation; Supporting clients financial management skills development; Providing clients with referrals for other support, and actively involving clients in case planning; and Adopting a person-centred approach to empower people to move towards their personal goals. To view the full position description, please click here. For a confidential discussion about the position, please contact Robyn Eyears - Community Service and Practice Manager on (08) 8953 2410. About You To be considered for this position you must either have or be enrolled to complete, a Diploma of Financial Counselling , as well as demonstrable experience in the community sector, in any capacity, working with vulnerable peoples and/or remote communities. As an experienced professional, you will bring with you high level administrative and time management skills. You will be adept at keeping up with the changing regulatory landscape and advocating for client outcomes. Over and above the financial responsibilities involved, you will demonstrate a community-focused willingness to learn and grow within the role, developing the additional skills, empathy and cultural competency necessary to assist and understand client needs in remote communities. Furthermore, your ability to maintain strong self-awareness and a high level of reflective practice and self-care to be able to handle the challenges of working and living in remote communities will be key to your success. We encourage you to read more about our organisation's values here , to see if they align with your personal values. Please Note: This position requires frequent travel via 4WD vehicle from Alice Springs to APY lands, spending two weeks out of every month living away from home. To be eligible for consideration, you must hold a current manual Driver's License and be able to drive 4WD vehicles independently on remote roads. Employment will also be subject to a National Police Clearance and Working with Children check. About the Benefits This is an incredible opportunity to bring your passion, experience and willingness to learn to a dedicated not-for-profit organisation supporting some of the most remote communities in Australia . Whilst a financial counselling experience is preferred, this is a great opportunity for students to enjoy meaningful work and be supported in the continuation of your financial counselling studies , while working in a unique, highly varied environment In return for your hard work and dedication, you will receive an attractive remuneration circa $84,000 - $88,000 (inclusive of leave loading) plus super and salary sacrificing options, and a GREAT range of additional benefits to help you enjoy life within the local community including: Relocation Assistance; 6 weeks annual leave; Employee Assistance Program; $500 annual wellbeing payment; 5 days mandated annual breaks (mini-break); Training/education opportunities; and External professional supervision and support if needed. You will also be welcomed into a friendly and passionate team, with comprehensive support from colleagues and management, and ongoing opportunities for career development and advancement. Alice Springs and the APY Lands Although traditionally regarded as a small, dusty town with a few rustic buildings, Alice Springs today offers all of the shopping, sight-seeing and entertainment facilities of a modern urban town, and is home to a thriving arts community and a wealth of adventure opportunities. In addition to its rich history and diverse cultural heritage, you can explore the local sports teams, photography, camping, hiking, motorsports, desert-racing and more, whilst benefiting from the relaxed country atmosphere, fantastic weather and internationally-renowned environment. The Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands covers over 103,000 square kilometres of remote South Australia, near the tri-state border. Home to around 3000 people of Aboriginal descent over seven main communities and seventeen homelands, the land was returned to the traditional owners in 1981. The area itself is a vital part of Aboriginal desert culture, with many people there identifying the history and basic laws of human existence as largely being written in the land. To help support financial empowerment within an expanding not-for-profit organisation - Apply Now
Other (Banking, Superannuation & Finance) - Scout Talent
Scout Talent, Illawarra, New South Wales, Alice Springs, NT
Are you passionate about supporting Aboriginal People to improve their financial and social wellbeing? Join a dedicated not-for-profit and act as a first point of contact to provide financial support and education. Enjoy a salary circa $84,000 - $88,000 (inclusive of leave loading) plus super, relocation assistance, 6 weeks leave, attractive salary sacrifice options & more Based in Alice Springs with 2 weeks in every 4 travelling to the APY Lands About MoneyMob Talkabout MoneyMob Talkabout is a not-for-profit organisation currently undergoing a period of unprecedented growth, both in size and opportunity, supported by their dedication to delivering a range of financial and community support programs with and for people in remote Indigenous communities. Their Money Hub in the APY Lands, which has operated since 2012, provides a one-stop-shop for local community members to interact with the broader economy in a safe and supportive environment. Teams also visit other communities in South Australia from Pipalyatjara to Indulkana providing services on an outreach basis. MoneyMob is one of the agencies that helped spearhead the campaign that resulted in the second largest corporate penalty in the history of Australian consumer law for conduct by a private organisation against disadvantaged people. You can read more about that case and MoneyMob's influence here . MoneyMob's Managing Director Carolyn Cartwright was recently awarded the Financial Counselling Australia Chair's Special Recognition Award for Outstanding Contribution to Financial Counselling. MoneyMob Talkabout is also actively committed to being an Aboriginal run and led service. About the Opportunity Due to a period of rapid growth, MoneyMob Talkabout now has an opportunity for a Financial Counsellor to join their team based in Alice Springs, NT on a full-time fixed term contract until 30th of June 2023 with extension subject to funding, with two weeks outreach travel to various communities within the APY Lands per month. Reporting to the Financial Wellbeing Team Leader, you will be responsible for assisting and supporting clients with their ability to deal with and manage their debt, and where possible, advocating on behalf of them to achieve better outcomes. Your day to day duties will include, but will not be limited to: Assisting those who are unable to pay their bills or are at imminent risk of doing so; Helping people address their financial problems and supporting their employment readiness through advocating, client education and negotiation; Supporting clients financial management skills development; Providing clients with referrals for other support, and actively involving clients in case planning; and Adopting a person-centred approach to empower people to move towards their personal goals. To view the full position description, please click here. For a confidential discussion about the position, please contact Robyn Eyears - Community Service and Practice Manager on (08) 8953 2410. About You To be considered for this position you must either have or be enrolled to complete, a Diploma of Financial Counselling , as well as demonstrable experience in the community sector, in any capacity, working with vulnerable peoples and/or remote communities. As an experienced professional, you will bring with you high level administrative and time management skills. You will be adept at keeping up with the changing regulatory landscape and advocating for client outcomes. Over and above the financial responsibilities involved, you will demonstrate a community-focused willingness to learn and grow within the role, developing the additional skills, empathy and cultural competency necessary to assist and understand client needs in remote communities. Furthermore, your ability to maintain strong self-awareness and a high level of reflective practice and self-care to be able to handle the challenges of working and living in remote communities will be key to your success. We encourage you to read more about our organisation's values here , to see if they align with your personal values. Please Note: This position requires frequent travel via 4WD vehicle from Alice Springs to APY lands, spending two weeks out of every month living away from home. To be eligible for consideration, you must hold a current manual Driver's License and be able to drive 4WD vehicles independently on remote roads. Employment will also be subject to a National Police Clearance and Working with Children check. About the Benefits This is an incredible opportunity to bring your passion, experience and willingness to learn to a dedicated not-for-profit organisation supporting some of the most remote communities in Australia . Whilst a financial counselling experience is preferred, this is a great opportunity for students to enjoy meaningful work and be supported in the continuation of your financial counselling studies , while working in a unique, highly varied environment In return for your hard work and dedication, you will receive an attractive remuneration circa $84,000 - $88,000 (inclusive of leave loading) plus super and salary sacrificing options, and a GREAT range of additional benefits to help you enjoy life within the local community including: Relocation Assistance; 6 weeks annual leave; Employee Assistance Program; $500 annual wellbeing payment; 5 days mandated annual breaks (mini-break); Training/education opportunities; and External professional supervision and support if needed. You will also be welcomed into a friendly and passionate team, with comprehensive support from colleagues and management, and ongoing opportunities for career development and advancement. Alice Springs and the APY Lands Although traditionally regarded as a small, dusty town with a few rustic buildings, Alice Springs today offers all of the shopping, sight-seeing and entertainment facilities of a modern urban town, and is home to a thriving arts community and a wealth of adventure opportunities. In addition to its rich history and diverse cultural heritage, you can explore the local sports teams, photography, camping, hiking, motorsports, desert-racing and more, whilst benefiting from the relaxed country atmosphere, fantastic weather and internationally-renowned environment. The Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands covers over 103,000 square kilometres of remote South Australia, near the tri-state border. Home to around 3000 people of Aboriginal descent over seven main communities and seventeen homelands, the land was returned to the traditional owners in 1981. The area itself is a vital part of Aboriginal desert culture, with many people there identifying the history and basic laws of human existence as largely being written in the land. To help support financial empowerment within an expanding not-for-profit organisation - Apply Now
Financial Counsellor
Scout Talent, Bathurst-Orange Region, New South Wales, Alice Spr ...
Are you passionate about supporting Aboriginal People to improve their financial and social wellbeing? Join a dedicated not-for-profit and act as a first point of contact to provide financial support and education. Enjoy a salary circa $84,000 - $88,000 (inclusive of leave loading) plus super, relocation assistance, 6 weeks leave, attractive salary sacrifice options & more Based in Alice Springs with 2 weeks in every 4 travelling to the APY Lands About MoneyMob Talkabout MoneyMob Talkabout is a not-for-profit organisation currently undergoing a period of unprecedented growth, both in size and opportunity, supported by their dedication to delivering a range of financial and community support programs with and for people in remote Indigenous communities. Their Money Hub in the APY Lands, which has operated since 2012, provides a one-stop-shop for local community members to interact with the broader economy in a safe and supportive environment. Teams also visit other communities in South Australia from Pipalyatjara to Indulkana providing services on an outreach basis. MoneyMob is one of the agencies that helped spearhead the campaign that resulted in the second largest corporate penalty in the history of Australian consumer law for conduct by a private organisation against disadvantaged people. You can read more about that case and MoneyMob's influence here . MoneyMob's Managing Director Carolyn Cartwright was recently awarded the Financial Counselling Australia Chair's Special Recognition Award for Outstanding Contribution to Financial Counselling. MoneyMob Talkabout is also actively committed to being an Aboriginal run and led service. About the Opportunity Due to a period of rapid growth, MoneyMob Talkabout now has an opportunity for a Financial Counsellor to join their team based in Alice Springs, NT on a full-time fixed term contract until 30th of June 2023 with extension subject to funding, with two weeks outreach travel to various communities within the APY Lands per month. Reporting to the Financial Wellbeing Team Leader, you will be responsible for assisting and supporting clients with their ability to deal with and manage their debt, and where possible, advocating on behalf of them to achieve better outcomes. Your day to day duties will include, but will not be limited to: Assisting those who are unable to pay their bills or are at imminent risk of doing so; Helping people address their financial problems and supporting their employment readiness through advocating, client education and negotiation; Supporting clients financial management skills development; Providing clients with referrals for other support, and actively involving clients in case planning; and Adopting a person-centred approach to empower people to move towards their personal goals. To view the full position description, please click here. For a confidential discussion about the position, please contact Robyn Eyears - Community Service and Practice Manager on (08) 8953 2410. About You To be considered for this position you must either have or be enrolled to complete, a Diploma of Financial Counselling , as well as demonstrable experience in the community sector, in any capacity, working with vulnerable peoples and/or remote communities. As an experienced professional, you will bring with you high level administrative and time management skills. You will be adept at keeping up with the changing regulatory landscape and advocating for client outcomes. Over and above the financial responsibilities involved, you will demonstrate a community-focused willingness to learn and grow within the role, developing the additional skills, empathy and cultural competency necessary to assist and understand client needs in remote communities. Furthermore, your ability to maintain strong self-awareness and a high level of reflective practice and self-care to be able to handle the challenges of working and living in remote communities will be key to your success. We encourage you to read more about our organisation's values here , to see if they align with your personal values. Please Note: This position requires frequent travel via 4WD vehicle from Alice Springs to APY lands, spending two weeks out of every month living away from home. To be eligible for consideration, you must hold a current manual Driver's License and be able to drive 4WD vehicles independently on remote roads. Employment will also be subject to a National Police Clearance and Working with Children check. About the Benefits This is an incredible opportunity to bring your passion, experience and willingness to learn to a dedicated not-for-profit organisation supporting some of the most remote communities in Australia . Whilst a financial counselling experience is preferred, this is a great opportunity for students to enjoy meaningful work and be supported in the continuation of your financial counselling studies , while working in a unique, highly varied environment In return for your hard work and dedication, you will receive an attractive remuneration circa $84,000 - $88,000 (inclusive of leave loading) plus super and salary sacrificing options, and a GREAT range of additional benefits to help you enjoy life within the local community including: Relocation Assistance; 6 weeks annual leave; Employee Assistance Program; $500 annual wellbeing payment; 5 days mandated annual breaks (mini-break); Training/education opportunities; and External professional supervision and support if needed. You will also be welcomed into a friendly and passionate team, with comprehensive support from colleagues and management, and ongoing opportunities for career development and advancement. Alice Springs and the APY Lands Although traditionally regarded as a small, dusty town with a few rustic buildings, Alice Springs today offers all of the shopping, sight-seeing and entertainment facilities of a modern urban town, and is home to a thriving arts community and a wealth of adventure opportunities. In addition to its rich history and diverse cultural heritage, you can explore the local sports teams, photography, camping, hiking, motorsports, desert-racing and more, whilst benefiting from the relaxed country atmosphere, fantastic weather and internationally-renowned environment. The Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands covers over 103,000 square kilometres of remote South Australia, near the tri-state border. Home to around 3000 people of Aboriginal descent over seven main communities and seventeen homelands, the land was returned to the traditional owners in 1981. The area itself is a vital part of Aboriginal desert culture, with many people there identifying the history and basic laws of human existence as largely being written in the land. To help support financial empowerment within an expanding not-for-profit organisation - Apply Now
Other (Banking, Superannuation & Finance) - Scout Talent
Scout Talent, South Coast NSW Region, New South Wales, Alice Spr ...
Are you passionate about supporting Aboriginal People to improve their financial and social wellbeing? Join a dedicated not-for-profit and act as a first point of contact to provide financial support and education. Enjoy a salary circa $84,000 - $88,000 (inclusive of leave loading) plus super, relocation assistance, 6 weeks leave, attractive salary sacrifice options & more Based in Alice Springs with 2 weeks in every 4 travelling to the APY Lands About MoneyMob Talkabout MoneyMob Talkabout is a not-for-profit organisation currently undergoing a period of unprecedented growth, both in size and opportunity, supported by their dedication to delivering a range of financial and community support programs with and for people in remote Indigenous communities. Their Money Hub in the APY Lands, which has operated since 2012, provides a one-stop-shop for local community members to interact with the broader economy in a safe and supportive environment. Teams also visit other communities in South Australia from Pipalyatjara to Indulkana providing services on an outreach basis. MoneyMob is one of the agencies that helped spearhead the campaign that resulted in the second largest corporate penalty in the history of Australian consumer law for conduct by a private organisation against disadvantaged people. You can read more about that case and MoneyMob's influence here . MoneyMob's Managing Director Carolyn Cartwright was recently awarded the Financial Counselling Australia Chair's Special Recognition Award for Outstanding Contribution to Financial Counselling. MoneyMob Talkabout is also actively committed to being an Aboriginal run and led service. About the Opportunity Due to a period of rapid growth, MoneyMob Talkabout now has an opportunity for a Financial Counsellor to join their team based in Alice Springs, NT on a full-time fixed term contract until 30th of June 2023 with extension subject to funding, with two weeks outreach travel to various communities within the APY Lands per month. Reporting to the Financial Wellbeing Team Leader, you will be responsible for assisting and supporting clients with their ability to deal with and manage their debt, and where possible, advocating on behalf of them to achieve better outcomes. Your day to day duties will include, but will not be limited to: Assisting those who are unable to pay their bills or are at imminent risk of doing so; Helping people address their financial problems and supporting their employment readiness through advocating, client education and negotiation; Supporting clients financial management skills development; Providing clients with referrals for other support, and actively involving clients in case planning; and Adopting a person-centred approach to empower people to move towards their personal goals. To view the full position description, please click here. For a confidential discussion about the position, please contact Robyn Eyears - Community Service and Practice Manager on (08) 8953 2410. About You To be considered for this position you must either have or be enrolled to complete, a Diploma of Financial Counselling , as well as demonstrable experience in the community sector, in any capacity, working with vulnerable peoples and/or remote communities. As an experienced professional, you will bring with you high level administrative and time management skills. You will be adept at keeping up with the changing regulatory landscape and advocating for client outcomes. Over and above the financial responsibilities involved, you will demonstrate a community-focused willingness to learn and grow within the role, developing the additional skills, empathy and cultural competency necessary to assist and understand client needs in remote communities. Furthermore, your ability to maintain strong self-awareness and a high level of reflective practice and self-care to be able to handle the challenges of working and living in remote communities will be key to your success. We encourage you to read more about our organisation's values here , to see if they align with your personal values. Please Note: This position requires frequent travel via 4WD vehicle from Alice Springs to APY lands, spending two weeks out of every month living away from home. To be eligible for consideration, you must hold a current manual Driver's License and be able to drive 4WD vehicles independently on remote roads. Employment will also be subject to a National Police Clearance and Working with Children check. About the Benefits This is an incredible opportunity to bring your passion, experience and willingness to learn to a dedicated not-for-profit organisation supporting some of the most remote communities in Australia . Whilst a financial counselling experience is preferred, this is a great opportunity for students to enjoy meaningful work and be supported in the continuation of your financial counselling studies , while working in a unique, highly varied environment In return for your hard work and dedication, you will receive an attractive remuneration circa $84,000 - $88,000 (inclusive of leave loading) plus super and salary sacrificing options, and a GREAT range of additional benefits to help you enjoy life within the local community including: Relocation Assistance; 6 weeks annual leave; Employee Assistance Program; $500 annual wellbeing payment; 5 days mandated annual breaks (mini-break); Training/education opportunities; and External professional supervision and support if needed. You will also be welcomed into a friendly and passionate team, with comprehensive support from colleagues and management, and ongoing opportunities for career development and advancement. Alice Springs and the APY Lands Although traditionally regarded as a small, dusty town with a few rustic buildings, Alice Springs today offers all of the shopping, sight-seeing and entertainment facilities of a modern urban town, and is home to a thriving arts community and a wealth of adventure opportunities. In addition to its rich history and diverse cultural heritage, you can explore the local sports teams, photography, camping, hiking, motorsports, desert-racing and more, whilst benefiting from the relaxed country atmosphere, fantastic weather and internationally-renowned environment. The Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands covers over 103,000 square kilometres of remote South Australia, near the tri-state border. Home to around 3000 people of Aboriginal descent over seven main communities and seventeen homelands, the land was returned to the traditional owners in 1981. The area itself is a vital part of Aboriginal desert culture, with many people there identifying the history and basic laws of human existence as largely being written in the land. To help support financial empowerment within an expanding not-for-profit organisation - Apply Now
Financial Counsellor
Scout Talent, Goulburn Region, New South Wales, Alice Springs, N ...
Are you passionate about supporting Aboriginal People to improve their financial and social wellbeing? Join a dedicated not-for-profit and act as a first point of contact to provide financial support and education. Enjoy a salary circa $84,000 - $88,000 (inclusive of leave loading) plus super, relocation assistance, 6 weeks leave, attractive salary sacrifice options & more Based in Alice Springs with 2 weeks in every 4 travelling to the APY Lands About MoneyMob Talkabout MoneyMob Talkabout is a not-for-profit organisation currently undergoing a period of unprecedented growth, both in size and opportunity, supported by their dedication to delivering a range of financial and community support programs with and for people in remote Indigenous communities. Their Money Hub in the APY Lands, which has operated since 2012, provides a one-stop-shop for local community members to interact with the broader economy in a safe and supportive environment. Teams also visit other communities in South Australia from Pipalyatjara to Indulkana providing services on an outreach basis. MoneyMob is one of the agencies that helped spearhead the campaign that resulted in the second largest corporate penalty in the history of Australian consumer law for conduct by a private organisation against disadvantaged people. You can read more about that case and MoneyMob's influence here . MoneyMob's Managing Director Carolyn Cartwright was recently awarded the Financial Counselling Australia Chair's Special Recognition Award for Outstanding Contribution to Financial Counselling. MoneyMob Talkabout is also actively committed to being an Aboriginal run and led service. About the Opportunity Due to a period of rapid growth, MoneyMob Talkabout now has an opportunity for a Financial Counsellor to join their team based in Alice Springs, NT on a full-time fixed term contract until 30th of June 2023 with extension subject to funding, with two weeks outreach travel to various communities within the APY Lands per month. Reporting to the Financial Wellbeing Team Leader, you will be responsible for assisting and supporting clients with their ability to deal with and manage their debt, and where possible, advocating on behalf of them to achieve better outcomes. Your day to day duties will include, but will not be limited to: Assisting those who are unable to pay their bills or are at imminent risk of doing so; Helping people address their financial problems and supporting their employment readiness through advocating, client education and negotiation; Supporting clients financial management skills development; Providing clients with referrals for other support, and actively involving clients in case planning; and Adopting a person-centred approach to empower people to move towards their personal goals. To view the full position description, please click here. For a confidential discussion about the position, please contact Robyn Eyears - Community Service and Practice Manager on (08) 8953 2410. About You To be considered for this position you must either have or be enrolled to complete, a Diploma of Financial Counselling , as well as demonstrable experience in the community sector, in any capacity, working with vulnerable peoples and/or remote communities. As an experienced professional, you will bring with you high level administrative and time management skills. You will be adept at keeping up with the changing regulatory landscape and advocating for client outcomes. Over and above the financial responsibilities involved, you will demonstrate a community-focused willingness to learn and grow within the role, developing the additional skills, empathy and cultural competency necessary to assist and understand client needs in remote communities. Furthermore, your ability to maintain strong self-awareness and a high level of reflective practice and self-care to be able to handle the challenges of working and living in remote communities will be key to your success. We encourage you to read more about our organisation's values here , to see if they align with your personal values. Please Note: This position requires frequent travel via 4WD vehicle from Alice Springs to APY lands, spending two weeks out of every month living away from home. To be eligible for consideration, you must hold a current manual Driver's License and be able to drive 4WD vehicles independently on remote roads. Employment will also be subject to a National Police Clearance and Working with Children check. About the Benefits This is an incredible opportunity to bring your passion, experience and willingness to learn to a dedicated not-for-profit organisation supporting some of the most remote communities in Australia . Whilst a financial counselling experience is preferred, this is a great opportunity for students to enjoy meaningful work and be supported in the continuation of your financial counselling studies , while working in a unique, highly varied environment In return for your hard work and dedication, you will receive an attractive remuneration circa $84,000 - $88,000 (inclusive of leave loading) plus super and salary sacrificing options, and a GREAT range of additional benefits to help you enjoy life within the local community including: Relocation Assistance; 6 weeks annual leave; Employee Assistance Program; $500 annual wellbeing payment; 5 days mandated annual breaks (mini-break); Training/education opportunities; and External professional supervision and support if needed. You will also be welcomed into a friendly and passionate team, with comprehensive support from colleagues and management, and ongoing opportunities for career development and advancement. Alice Springs and the APY Lands Although traditionally regarded as a small, dusty town with a few rustic buildings, Alice Springs today offers all of the shopping, sight-seeing and entertainment facilities of a modern urban town, and is home to a thriving arts community and a wealth of adventure opportunities. In addition to its rich history and diverse cultural heritage, you can explore the local sports teams, photography, camping, hiking, motorsports, desert-racing and more, whilst benefiting from the relaxed country atmosphere, fantastic weather and internationally-renowned environment. The Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands covers over 103,000 square kilometres of remote South Australia, near the tri-state border. Home to around 3000 people of Aboriginal descent over seven main communities and seventeen homelands, the land was returned to the traditional owners in 1981. The area itself is a vital part of Aboriginal desert culture, with many people there identifying the history and basic laws of human existence as largely being written in the land. To help support financial empowerment within an expanding not-for-profit organisation - Apply Now