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Goal Indigenous Services create employment opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. We strive to provide Indigenous people secure, long-term economic independence within their communities. To make this happen, we bring together passion and leadership in communities with the national capacity and respected experience of the CGH Group, allowing us to reliably supply large scale projects, services and workforce requirements.

People

We help get the right people into the right jobs and to keep them there.

Services

We provide many services that support jobseekers, workers and employers.

Projects

We have the capacity to deliver a range of complete projects and services.

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Set yourself on the path to personal and professional success by asking these 5 questions at the end of a job interview. 

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Set yourself on the path to personal and professional success by asking these 5 questions at the end of a job interview.

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23 hours ago
Goal Indigenous Services proudly celebrates National NAIDOC Week, and recognises the history, culture, and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, one of the oldest, continuous living cultures on earth. 

To learn more about events going on in your local Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander communities and stay up-to-date on the latest news, visit the National NAIDOC site, here ⬇️
https://www.naidoc.org.au/news

#NAIDOC2022

Goal Indigenous Services proudly celebrates National NAIDOC Week, and recognises the history, culture, and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, one of the oldest, continuous living cultures on earth.

To learn more about events going on in your local Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander communities and stay up-to-date on the latest news, visit the National NAIDOC site, here ⬇️
www.naidoc.org.au/news

#NAIDOC2022
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3 days ago
Our ultimate goal is simple: provide as many employment opportunities for Indigenous people as possible. If youre looking for recruitment solutions for your organisation or project, we can help! 

Speak to our expert team today ⬇️ https://www.goalis.com.au/services/looking-for-people/#contact-us

Our ultimate goal is simple: provide as many employment opportunities for Indigenous people as possible. If you're looking for recruitment solutions for your organisation or project, we can help!

Speak to our expert team today ⬇️ www.goalis.com.au/services/looking-for-people/#contact-us
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6 days ago
A new history resource, called Aboriginal Change Makers, will prompt students to consider Victorian history through the eyes and experiences of Indigenous people who fought against long odds to keep their culture and language alive.

https://www.theage.com.au/politics/victoria/how-students-will-be-taught-victorian-history-through-aboriginal-eyes-20220601-p5aqb2.html

A new history resource, called Aboriginal Change Makers, will prompt students to consider Victorian history through the eyes and experiences of Indigenous people who fought against long odds to keep their culture and language alive.

www.theage.com.au/politics/victoria/how-students-will-be-taught-victorian-history-through-aborigi...
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1 week ago
For more than two years, the Indigenous mountain Wollumbin and one of Australia’s most popular walking tracks, has been missing a pivotal element – walkers. Now, the NSW government faces a delicate balancing act as it considers the future of this sacred place.

https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2022/jun/05/the-next-uluru-hikers-and-aboriginal-elders-await-decision-on-closure-of-wollumbin-summit

For more than two years, the Indigenous mountain Wollumbin and one of Australia’s most popular walking tracks, has been missing a pivotal element – walkers. Now, the NSW government faces a delicate balancing act as it considers the future of this sacred place.

www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2022/jun/05/the-next-uluru-hikers-and-aboriginal-elders-await-...
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2 weeks ago
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Xavier Clarke

Goal Indigenous Services is an initiative of Managing Director, Xavier Clarke. Xavier is a well-respected Larrakia and Amrreamo/Marritjavin (Daly River region) man and former AFL footballer, now head coach of the Territory’s own NT Thunder.

Xavier’s passion is coaching, and through this, helping people achieve their goals on and off the sporting field. He uses this passion, drive and leadership skills to work for change and positive outcomes for Indigenous people, and Goal Indigenous Services is the practical embodiment of this vision.

Xavier also sits on the AFL Indigenous Advisory Council, the AFL Women’s Advisory Group, and is an Ambassador for White Ribbon.

Goal set themselves apart from all others in the recruitment sector, by taking a considered, measured and process driven approach to recruitment for both candidate and client. The team at Goal took the time to gain a detailed understanding of my expectations as well as my future career aspirations and as a result I am now in a role that I thoroughly enjoy.

LOUSYNDA JEFFREY