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    The Wirrpanda Foundation is looking for Deadly Sista Girlz mentors who want to create positive change for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls in their local community.
    Now is the time to join the expanding Deadly Sista Girlz program at the following delivery sites:
    Broome, WA
    Kwinana, WA
    Maddington, WA
    Midland, WA
    Northam, WA

    We believe in empowering and enabling our mentors/coordinators to be the decision makers and design their program delivery with the ultimate purpose of building proud young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls with good spirit (liyaan).

    Job Summary
    The successful applicants will be a mentor, alongside a Wirrpanda Foundation Coordinator, and deliver the Deadly Sista Girlz Program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls between the ages of 10-18 years.
    They will have the opportunity to build upon partnerships within the community and run programs, workshops, meetings, and mentor the participants in a one-on-one setting.
    They will also be required to assist teachers and principals at their delivery site with any issues regarding school attendance, behaviour, health and wellbeing, sorry business and any culturally sensitive topics.
    The role offers extensive training opportunities and support to the successful applicants with course content developed by the Foundation over the past 8 years.
    Skills and experience

    To be suitable for this role you will need to demonstrate the following work related requirements:
    ⦁ Be able to work unsupervised and within a small team
    ⦁ Be disciplined, organised and honest
    ⦁ Have established connections to the local Aboriginal community
    ⦁ Obtain a ‘C’ class driver’s licence
    ⦁ Demonstrate organisational and time-management skills
    ⦁ Have high-level communication skills, both verbal and written
    ⦁ Be pro-active and have the ability to show initiative
    ⦁ Have a sound knowledge of general office procedures
    ⦁ Have the ability to work with children of varying ages.

    Lindal Rohde-Operations Manager
    08 9242 6700

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