• Enhance the lives of Indigenous people & members of the stolen generation
  • Further develop best practice service delivery models
  • Brisbane based, state-wide responsibilities

Link-Up Queensland delivers confidential and culturally sensitive research, reunion and
counselling services to adult Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who have been separated from their families and communities through adoption, fostering, removal or institutionalisation. As a result of increased client demand for its services

Link-Up is currently experiencing significant growth in reunions, healing initiatives and educational programs.

In this hands-on yet strategic role you will build on the recent successes by Link-Up
to assist Indigenous people to achieve reunification. Reporting to an engaged board
and with the support of an excellent team you will continue the implementation of
the existing organisational strategy whilst planning for the next five years. You will
further deepen the partnership with government bodies, Indigenous communities
and other service providers to achieve organisational goals.

Your outstanding leadership skills combined with a strong sense of social justice
will provide you with an excellent platform from which to lead. Your ability to
develop and maintain a network of diverse stakeholders to enhance service
delivery and client referral pathways is essential. You also have a track record in
managing finances and ideally have formal qualifications in social sciences,
humanities or finance and business.

Link-Up Queensland is an equal opportunity employer and non-Indigenous people are encouraged to apply.

Please contact Richard Green or Louise Furlong on 07 5530 8066 or send a detailed covering letter and resume to cv@ngorecruitment.com quoting #31118.