Current Vacancies

NGATANWAAR

(Welcome)

 

Work in an appreciative and supportive environment, that offers generous remuneration – including tax savings and additional leave where you will achieve real and meaningful outcomes that positively affect our community.

Established in 1979, Gunditjmara Aboriginal Cooperative’s vision is simple: “Empower the individual the family wins, Empower the family the community wins, Empower the community our culture wins”. Our team of dedicated professionals work together to achieve this outcome, as evidenced in our latest audit where we received two rare commendations in Workforce Development and Diversity & Cultural Safety. Put simply, this is a great and highly supportive place to work.

We strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.

Gunditjmara means ‘belonging to person’ and the Gunditjmara Nation, in what is now south-western Victoria, shares the borders to the west with the Peek Whurrong and further with the Buandig peoples, to the north with the Jardiwadjali and Djab Wurrung peoples, and to the East with the Kirrae Whurrong people.

Gunditjmara were traditionally river and lake people, with Framlingham Forest, Lake Condah and the surrounding river systems being of great importance to us both economically and spiritually.

Please download and read the requirements for working with Gunditjmara Aboriginal Cooperative for more information

 

Woorook/Goodbye

 

Greg Reiffel

Manager People & Culture

Our History