Pangula Mannamurna is located in Mount Gambier, the land of the Boandik people. Culture and language are being revitalized, and our name Pangula Mannamurna comes from the Bunganditj language. Pangula means place where a Doctor or Healer can be found and Mannamurna means joining hands. Together Pangula Mannamurna is a place where you would find Healing and where we work in partnership with others to address health and wellbeing issues. Pangula Mannamurna is contributing to strengthening Aboriginal culture across the region the Healing Circles work.
- Project officer roles
Type of vacancy:
Salary and conditions:
Two days per week.
You will be providing high quality coordination of the program requirements for the Novel Interventions to address Methamphetamine use in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities (NIMAC) program.
Contact person and how to apply:
To find out more about the position contact Danielle Burford on 08 8724 7270 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Must have a current National Police certificate and Department for Human Services Working with children clearance, or the ability to obtain.
A minimum of two years relevant experience in coordinating community development programs is required.