Opportunities

 

Invitation to attend 2019 Indigenous Nationals in Perth

Join hundreds of Indigenous tertiary students and staff from universities all around Australia to compete across four core sports; basketball, netball, touch football and volleyball.

If you are interest in attending please email Wirringka@unisa.edu.au by no later than Thursday, 21 March 2019

 

Graduate Opportunity: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) Graduate Program 2020

Are you an Aboriginal student and in your last year of study? Thinking about your next steps after uni?

Apply now for the DFAT Graduate Program in 2020, and gain work experience within a variety of Government and industry sectors.

For further information and how to apply, please contact recruitment@dfat.gov.au or head to dfat.gov.au/careers/indigenous-programs
for more opportunities. Graduate positions with DFAT are based in Canberra.

Applications close Monday 25 March 2019

Indigenous Programs @ DFAT Brochure

 

Graduate Opportunity: SAAB Graduate Program 2020

As a Saab Australia Gradate, you will be provided with the opportunity to build a lifelong career, within a large global organisation. Through our hands on, supportive and structured Graduate Program we will assist you with your transition from university to work life, enabling you to successfully kick-start your exciting new career.

Based in Adelaide, South Australia; Saab Australia’s Graduate program will give you the opportunity to work alongside experienced engineers, to deliver world leading and innovative projects. You will be exposed to several areas within the business through structured rotations, and develop your skills and knowledge through complex projects and work assignments.

We are currently seeking Engineering Graduates specialising in the following disciplines, to join our growing business:

  • Electrical/Electronics
  • Computer Systems
  • Software
  • Mechatronics

Applications close Friday 5 April 2019

Find out more and Apply

 

Job Opportunity: AIME - Lead Mentor UniSA

We are a dream factory for those who haven’t had the chance to dream before. Our vision is to end inequality through education. We know that to change the world, we have to change the way it works. We are mentors for a fairer world. AIME builds a bridge between the powerful and the powerless. This bridge connects disadvantaged youth with mentors who open doors to opportunity. At its heart, AIME is an organisation fuelled by love and the power of human connection, and that’s why it works. Do you have the drive to work at pace & hustle every step of the way? A imagination to bring big ideas to life? A playful heart to light up kids lives? A pigheadedly positive attitude? If yes to all of the above then this place is for you.

Applications close ‎8‎:‎53‎am Tuesday 9‎ April 2019

Apply

 

South Australian Population Health Survey

Would you like to earn $20 for 20 minutes of your time?

Open to all Aboriginal persons/students in South Australia.


More information

 


 

Events

'River of Life' film screening

Where: Mercury Cinema, 13 Morphett Street

When: 1.00 - 2.00pm, Friday 29 March

Admission: Free (RSVP essential)

The Martuwarra/Mardoowarra - Fitzroy River is an iconic, heritage listed river system at a crossroad, with diverse and conflicting visions for its future. The film River of Life Martuwarra/Mardoowarra gives voice to Aboriginal people and showcases our deep intergenerational relationship with our sacred ancestral being, Yoongoorrookoo the Rainbow Serpent. This globally unique living water system continues to be protected by Aboriginal people, who continue to maintain these natural assets for sustaining life and livelihoods. Knowledge and practices are handed down by Traditional Owners from past generations for current and future generations.

The film is a set of interviews which provide perspective and invite discussion on how ongoing Aboriginal cultural/natural capital can continue in contemporary land/water management practices for the National and Aboriginal Heritage Listed Martuwarra/Mardoowarra and be led by Aboriginal people, in partnership with Friends of the Martuwarra/Mardoowarra.

The screening of 'River of Life' is a supplemental event to the National Water Forum 2019

 

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