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NAAJA provides legal aid for Indigenous people in the Northern Territory, with offices in Darwin, Palmerston, Katherine, Tennant Creek and Alice Springs.
We are considered to be a leading Australian legal service and have received both national and Northern Territory human rights awards for our work. We are committed to providing quality representation for our clients and bringing about long-term change in the justice system. Our staff are motivated, dedicated and doing work that really matters.
Kunga Stopping Violence Program are seeking a CASE MANAGER to join our team. The position will be based in Alice Springs.
NAAJA Throughcare aims to reduce repeat offending by supporting Aboriginal people through the delivery of strengths-based case management service provision. The Case Manager will provide intensive case management support to Kunga Program participants both within the correctional setting and the community, including complex cases, in compliance with Kunga Program policies and procedures.
The Case Manager will represent NAAJA and the Kunga Program to the highest standard, working collaboratively, completing referrals, attending stakeholder meetings, workshops and forums.
The successful applicant will have a commitment to social justice principles, experience providing support to people in contact with the criminal justice system, and a proven ability to identify system issues and advocating for their clients.
This position offers attractive employment benefits including:
- Hours of Work: 37.5 hours per week, 8:00 – 4:30 Monday to Friday
- Salary/Wages: PSO 4.4 $87,757
- Salary packaging options
- 6 weeks annual leave per year with leave loading
- Annual airfare
- Remote allowance
How to apply:
Written applications must address the selection criteria and be submitted to [email protected]
To obtain the Duty Statement and Selection, please refer to https://www.naaja.org.au/get-involved/careers/
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.