Employment​ Vacancies

Winda-Mara Aboriginal Corporation is seen as a leading Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation in Victoria’s South West. 

Winda-Mara was registered in 1991 and through good governance and management, the Corporation has been able to respond to growth over the several years.
 
Winda-Mara currently has 4 vacancies.


Health and Wellbeing Trainee (Heywood Based)

Winda-Mara is looking for an Expression of Interests for our Heywood based Health and Wellbeing Trainee position.

This position will learn all aspects of the Health and Wellbeing program (mental health and alcohol and other drugs) and also undertake a certificate relevant to the role.

This position is full-time and contracted for 24 months. 
 


Kinship Care Trainee (Heywood Based)

Winda-Mara is looking for an Expression of Interests for our Heywood based Kinship Care Trainee position.

This position will learn all aspects of the Kinship Care area. Kinship Care is working with carers, and clients to ensure placement is established, supported and monitored for clients who are unable to live with their parents. This position will also support contact visits between the clients and their parents and extended family members.

This position is full-time and contracted for 24 months.


Winda-Mara’s Trainee positions are identified as an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander role pursuant to the ‘special measures’ provision at Section 8 of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth))



Closing date for the above Positions  : Monday 14th June 2021 at 5:00pm


Family Violence & Orange Door Access Point Team Leader  

The primary purpose of the position is to provide day-to-day coordination and support a team of highly skilled family violence and child wellbeing workers who collectively will provide screening, assessment, triage and response functions to all incoming referrals for women, and women with children through an Integrated Practice Framework, including child wellbeing and working with perpetrators.

The Team Leader will be supervising and supporting a multi-disciplinary team in support of The Orange Door and Winda-Mara. The Team Leader will supervise staff from other agencies that sit within The Orange Door and give direction as required and support staff to make thorough and in-depth risk assessments for women, men and children. They will also be required to co-ordinate and implement Winda-Mara’s Therapeutic family violence programs as termed in the funding agreements.

This position is full-time and contracted for 24 months.



Closing date for the above Position: Monday 21st June 2021 at 5:00pm


Aboriginal Family Violence Practitioner - Orange Door 

The purpose of this position is for the Aboriginal Family Violence Practitioner to work collaboratively within the Orange Door’s integrated model to ensure cultural safety and practices are at the forefront while providing a service to community. This position will be required to complete intake, assessments and provide appropriate referrals for women, men and children needing assistance due to family violence.



Closing date for the above Position: Monday 28th June 2021 at 5:00pm

Updated Wednesday 9th June 2021.