Karadi Aboriginal Corporation are seeking Expressions of Interest for the role of Men’s Support Worker

Our dream man is creative, shows initiative, is looking to work 2-3 days a week but knows that community work involves some outside hours work and is cool with that, works fantastic in a team environment and doesn’t mind getting his hands dirty.

He will support the wellbeing of Aboriginal men and their families through this program including but not limited to supporting and advocating for them at relevant appointments, providing an holistic and culturally appropriate space within the men’s shed and facilitate on country activities around the state.

He will have great knowledge of the Tasmanian Aboriginal Community, the ability to meet deadlines, write reports and input client data, a current unrestricted drivers licence, a current police check or working with vulnerable people check or be willing to have one.

If this sounds like you (or at least a little bit) and your interested, please send your resume and expression of interest briefing us on your fabulous fit to the role to Rachel Dunn CEO at rdunn@karadi.org.au by COB Friday 24th November or call the office on 62723511 for more information.

Click here to view upcoming activities and events!

If you are interested in becoming a member download THIS form or please call in to the office and fill out a membership application.

Karadi is a place for Aboriginal men and women, their families and community members. 

It provides
community care services, a resource centre and works for the promotion and empowerment of Aboriginal
community and their families.

Karadi creates an environment that promotes growth and enhances our well-being through learning and
growing together at the grass roots level with the Community.

Karadi Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide resources, education and support to Aboriginal women, their families and
community in an accessible and equitable manner.

Karadi Vision Statement

Our vision is to be the leading provider of culturally appropriate services to Aborigines in Tasmania.

Karadi Values Statements

To be responsive and accountable

To be aware of community needs

To adopt a process of continuous improvement

To value the unique Tasmanian Aboriginal heritage

To maintain the highest ethical standards

To be respectful and empowering