Employment Pathway Advisor
Only one dwelling is assigned to this role and that of Community Projects Mentor. Couples are encouraged to apply.
Ashburton Aboriginal Corporation (AAC) is a not-for-profit Aboriginal organisation with Head Office in Tom Price, WA. Our mission is to establish and maintain an environment that benefits people through the creation of culturally appropriate employment and enterprise opportunities, and the provision of education and training services throughout the Pilbara. Our footprint extends across much of the vast Pilbara region, and we have been successfully supporting the development of opportunities for Aboriginal people in the region for many years.
The Employment Pathways Advisor is an integral role the high performance and service priorities of the Community Development Programme (CDP) by working in partnership with job seekers to obtain vocational and non-vocational skills required to assist them in securing and sustaining meaningful employment.
Using a strengths-based assessment approach the Employment Pathways Advisor will coach individual job seekers to develop and navigate pathways into work or other support where applicable with all case management support documented as required.
The role also supports the development and implementation of pre-employment strategies, delivered through a flexible case management model, that focus on achieving both social outcomes and sustainable employment.
The Employment Pathway Advisor will be expected to contribute to meeting, and exceeding, established benchmarks and performance indicators, thereby ensuring the sustainability of the organisation.
The Community Development Program (CDP) is administered by the federal government’s National Indigenous Australian’s Agency (NIAA). CDP assists eligible job seekers in remote locations build employable skills while contributing to their community.
Pivotal to the role is an ability to travel throughout the region and work on-site in remote locations in order to ensure equitable services provided to communities and individual jobseekers.