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Disabilities Counsellors

KSGAC is a not-for-profit community based organisation.

We deliver a number of programs targeted towards First Generation Stolen members and their descendants in the picturesque Kimberley Region.

KSGAC Board and staff adhere to the values of the Credo and Nolan Principals which is the basis of our organisation.

About the Role

The Disability Royal Commission was established in April 2019 in response to community concern about widespread reports of violence against, and the neglect, abuse and exploitation of, people with disability.

Hearing from people with disability, families, support people, organisations and the broader community helps the Royal Commission understand the extent and the impact of violence, neglect, abuse and exploitation against people with disability.

The Royal Commission acknowledges that coming forward and sharing their experience is a big step and has put services in place to support people with disability, their families and carers.

KSGAC has been engaged by the Department of Social Services to provide free, trauma informed, culturally appropriate targeted Counselling support to First Nations Peoples with a disability, their families and carers.

The delivery of these services will be primarily in person with differing delivery methods.

To deliver this program we are looking for suitable team members (one in the West Kimberley Region and one in the East Kimberley Region) that have a tertiary qualification in Psychology, Social work or another relevant discipline.

For JDF and selection criteria please contact:

Applications close: 5pm 29th June 2020

Link-Up Caseworker
A position exists for a Link-Up Caseworker located in Broome.
The Kimberley Stolen Generation Aboriginal Corporation is a community owned and controlled organisation that consists of members of the Stolen Generations and their families from the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The corporation offers activities, projects, and services that acknowledge the experiences of members of the Stolen Generations and help them come to terms with it. The corporation has a Link-Up Service that organises family reunification and other reunions and activities for people of the Stolen Generation across the Kimberley. KSGAC also provides support services to victims of Institutional Child Sexual Abuse through the Redress Scheme.
The role of Link-Up Caseworker is to undertake family history research and arrange for family, gravesite and/or back to country reunions, as well as to provide support to Stolen Generation members and KSGAC clients. Travel is required throughout the Kimberley region and, at times, to other States/Territories.
This position is subject to funding via the National Link-up program through the National Indigenous Australians Agency.
How to apply
To obtain the selection documentation and application processes, please request a copy of the Applicant’s Job Pack by email:
Should you require any further information regarding the position, please contact Sunny Liebermann on (08) 9193 6502 or 1800 830 338.
Applications close: COB Monday 20th July 2020