- Community Partners
- Intern Resources
We work to create meaningful career pathways aligned with our student’s passion. Our purpose is to create opportunities that inspire excellence, which is about developing our students into future industry and community leaders so they can become the next generation of Indigenous leaders.
Our offices are currently based in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. Together, our team are working with 1,356 students, 108 employment partners and 37 different universities.
Our role is to support our students to excel in the 3 pillars; university, their internship and community. Our main goal is to support students to graduate from university and obtain an opportunity to enter graduate employment which we are achieving at an 89% success rate – this means more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander professionals leading the way in corporate Australia.
The NSW/ACT Program Manager will have the responsibility to lead a passionate team of 11 Student Advisors based in Sydney to ensure high quality and a never-ending focus on developing future leaders.
This is an opportunity for you to blend your strong sense of purpose with a work ethic that delivers clear results.
You will make a tangible difference in people’s lives, contribute to measurable social impact and embrace the notion of organisation before self.
We are looking for an outstanding leader of people. Someone with a track record of achievement working through complex issues in a high pace environment
Advisors are responsible for delivering the CareerTrackers program by engaging students to boost their progress at university, their internship and in our community.
The Advisor role is diverse, delivering activities, events, training and support throughout the calendar year.
You will have awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and be a role model for students in the program.
You will be exposed to our unique partnerships with corporate Australia, universities and community organisations.
CareerTrackers delivers learning and development initiatives to all staff, and conducts regular check-ins to ensure you’re career goals are being supported.
This role will suit someone who is resilient, detail orientated and comes to work every day with a positive attitude.
To find out more or submit an application please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All applications must include a CV and cover letter outlining your interest in the role and what you can bring to the team.