Case Manager – POOL

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Winun Ngari Aboriginal Corporation

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Case Manager - POOL

Job ID: 10081
Job Views: 14
Location: Derby
Post Code: 6728
Category: Community Services
Employment Type: Full-time
Posted: 04/04/2024


This is a unique chance to take on a rewarding role, making a real difference in remote Aboriginal communities.

About Winun Ngari Aboriginal Corporation

​Winun Ngari Aboriginal Corporation (WNAC) is the largest community development provider for remote Aboriginal communities in the West Kimberley.

Job Requirements:

Our Vision

Winun Ngari Aboriginal Corporation (WNAC) is dedicated to ensure Indigenous communities in the West Kimberley continue to have a purpose to live, being healthy, educated, employed, living on their land and practicing their culture. As an organisation WNAC values are focused around 8 strategic goals; to strengthen culture, look after country, improve educational outcomes, create sustainable employment, improve housing conditions, improve health outcomes, enhance finance and enhance organisational capability.

The CDP is a community-oriented program that prepares job seekers for work while contributing to the goals of the community. Through the CDP the aims of the broader community can be realised, and local issues can be addressed through the development and application of local solutions, while supporting the job seeker to realise their goals and aspirations.

About the Role

Reporting to the Derby Team Leader, your primary role will be to provide integrated case management to participants in the Community Development Programme (CDP). This will involve engaging your caseload of CDP participants, developing job plans, providing ongoing support to CDP participants, and completing associated IT processes for your caseload.

Selection Criteria 

To be considered for this position:

  • Ability to work autonomously and can multi-task.
  • Demonstrate strong interpersonal and communication skills both oral and written.
  • Strong computer skills, use of Microsoft applications including Word and Excel.
  • Ability to complete both internal and external reporting requirements.
  • Track record of managing strong relationships with local and regional stakeholders in areas of Youth and Community.
  • Ability to be adaptive and flexible in approach showing a high level of initiative.
  • Experience working with Aboriginal people (desirable).

How to Apply:

To be considered for this position you must be a local resident (or willing to live locally), hold a WA driver’s license, Police Clearance and a WA Working with Children’s card or ability to obtain one.

To apply: Send a resume and cover letter addressing the position requirements as detailed in the Job Description (4 pages max) and 2 current referees (essential)


For a full job description please contact the HR Dept on email

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