About the role:

As an Indigenous trainee, you’ll help us to service the needs of our people and improve the quality of their lives ang get to feel good about what you do every day.

It’s a fun, people focused environment where they’ll be support and a focus on your career development.

You’ll start off learning all there is to know about BDAC and the services we offer and how we lead the way.

Learning the various roles that make our services tick, you’ll help out with reception and administration, get the chance to sink your teeth in to special projects, research and communications to upskill your career pathway.

We pride ourselves in providing career pathways for young Indigenous people and we’ll help you to achieve a Certificate III in Business Administration.

It’s a great way to add new strings to your bow and launch your career. It’s okay to dare to dream and we’ll help you make your dreams reality.

About you:

It goes without saying that you’re a people person, and a team player.

You’re organised and cool under pressure and will bring your best professional self to work each day.

You’ll challenge your self to learn and try new things and be willing to push yourself and strive to achieve great things.

Kind and caring, you’ll be polite and respectful to staff and our community with a positive outlook.

About us:

At BDAC we provide an Aboriginal Service of Excellence. We provide the best of care and services for the Dja Dja Wurrung (Jarra) people and all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living on Jarra country.

Our goal is to provide better health outcomes for our people, improved quality of life and be a lead agency in providing employment and career pathways.

This offers incredible opportunities for you to grow and to make a difference.

At BDAC you’ll be part of an inspiring, happy, helpful and united team. We’re collaborative and support each other to achieve our goals and we celebrate our shared success.

We want you to share your ideas, skills and experience and help make positive change. At BDAC we’re innovators, challengers and you’ll love what you do and bring your best self to work.

Why us:

Apart of all the good feels you’ll get from making a difference you’ll also get the following when you join the team:

Wellbeing – Employee Assistance Program, flu vaccinations and health checks

Financial – salary sacrificing, 

Diversity – attract, retain and develop super talented people from all walks of life

Put your hat in the ring

If this role sounds like you, then all you need to do is answer the key selection criteria questions below and send us a copy of your resume to [email protected] by 11th August 2021, 5pm. 

  • Do you Identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander?
  • Are you Eager to learn and complete a Business Administration traineeship
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively as part of a team
  • Must be able to maintain confidentiality and privacy
  • How do you prioritise work and meet timeframes?
  • Strong verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills
  • What are you're computer skills including Word, Excel, Powerpoint?

Should an applicant be the preferred candidate, background checks (Police check, reference check and Working with Children Check) will be completed prior to the candidate’s employment being confirmed.

For more information about these Traineeship position check out the position description or contact our human resources team on (03) 5442 4947 or [email protected] 

Please note: This is an Aboriginal Designated Position, classified under 'special measures' of section 12 of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010. Only Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are eligible to apply