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• Join a growing not-for-profit organisation
• $104,092 – 112,576 + 11% super & generous salary packaging benefits
• Full time 12 month contract

About Us

Children’s Ground is working to create an environment where families realise their aspirations for the next generation of children to be free from trauma and suffering, enjoy equity and safety, be able to grow into adulthood happy and healthy, and have agency over their social, cultural, political and economic life.

About the Job

The Coordinator Health Promotion will work within a small multi-disciplinary team to deliver the
Children’s Ground Family Health and Wellbeing Framework. You will provide support to the Head of
Health with some team leadership responsibilities while also contributing to daily health promotion
program delivery on country and in community. The role will be responsible for supporting the team
to work alongside families in the development and implementation of individual and family health
plans, creating and delivering responses to population health needs with the local community.

About You

We are seeking an Indigenous candidate who has experience in health promotion and experience or
the ability to lead, mentor and support staff. It will require someone with high level administrative
skills for data collection, reporting, report writing and generally good all-round systems knowledge.
A current drivers license and the ability to work on country with community is essential.

How to Apply

Please apply via SEEK and upload your current resume and a two-page pitch.

Your pitch should tell us more about who you are, your mob, what you are passionate about, what interests you about the role and why you may be a good fit for Children’s Ground and this position, along with your current resume.

Selection Criteria in the position description will guide how to frame your pitch and will provide information about the content of an interview.

Preferred candidate will be required to undergo a National Police Check and obtain an NT Ochre Working with Children Check card.

Applications will close 2 April 2024.

This is an Indigenous First Nations identified role and an occupational requirement of the position.

Position Description

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