Kinchela Boys Home Aboriginal Corporation

Applications Closing: Friday, February 14, 2020 - 17:00

We are looking for a passionate individual to join our team as Coordinator. In this role you will positively engage with service delivery staff and our broad group of members to ensure high levels of service, well planned events and smooth operations. Some travel across Sydney and NSW will be a requirement of this position.

The Coordinator is responsible for:

  • Oversight, planning and organising KBHAC programs, activities and events, under the direction of the KBHAC CEO;
  • Understanding and applying a survivor led, trauma informed and healing aware approach to all KBHAC activities
  • Supporting and implementing the principles of a survivor-led organisation through engagement and supervision
  • Working positively with team members, KBH survivors and their families and descendants and other external stakeholders
  • Undertaking operational (including financial) and administrative duties;
  • Assisting with communications and advocacy
  • Oversight of reporting and technology requirements

KBHAC offers a flexible, supportive and friendly work environment and an attractive remuneration package including salary packaging options.

The position is a full-time role (38 hours per week).
The salary is under SCHADS award Level 7 (approx. $92,800 - $94,800 + 9.5% superannuation.

This is an Aboriginal identified position. Aboriginality is a genuine qualification for this position and is authorised by section 14a of the Anti-Discrimination Act, 1977.

Category: Administration & Support, Business Development, Care & Support Work, Community Development
Field: Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander, Community, Management and Operations
Employment basis: Full-time
Job Location: Sydney CBD, Inner City Sydney
About us

Kinchela Boys Home Aboriginal Corporation (KBHAC) is a survivor led Aboriginal community controlled organisation established to help restore and reconstruct the identity, dignity and integrity of Aboriginal men who were forcibly removed from their families and put into the Kinchela Boys Home (KBH), and to address the intergenerational trauma that adversely impacts on the lives of the men’s families and descendants.

KBHAC has developed a unique survivor led approach to its governance and healing described as:
Survivor led – an approach to organisational governance and practice built on and informed by the guidance and unique insights offered by survivors and which, contributes to the social and emotional wellbeing of survivors, their communities and cultures. The KBH survivors own their stories and healing, leading from a place of self-determination.

Position details
Other Information:

Successful candidates are required to complete pre-employment screening including a National Police Check and a Working With Children check.

Position Description: Download position description
How to apply

If you are interested in this rewarding and challenging opportunity please email an application addressing the selection criteria in the Position Description and your CV to

Date posted: 10 January 2020

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