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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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Goal Indigenous Services WA in partnership with our client Stork Technical Services, is very excited to welcome two new Indigenous NDT trainees Aaron & Ky into our business.

Both graduated this year, completing the Process Plant Operations Program training at their school’s onsite Training Centre.

Aaron and Ky have now started their first week at the Stork Kwinana Operations, and are excited to get into the practical applications of their studies, as well as ongoing learning at TAFE in 2022. 

Welcome and congratulations!

Goal Indigenous Services WA in partnership with our client Stork Technical Services, is very excited to welcome two new Indigenous NDT trainees Aaron & Ky into our business.

Both graduated this year, completing the Process Plant Operations Program training at their school’s onsite Training Centre.

Aaron and Ky have now started their first week at the Stork Kwinana Operations, and are excited to get into the practical applications of their studies, as well as ongoing learning at TAFE in 2022.

Welcome and congratulations!
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Meet Tony, hes been with Goal since March this year.  We asked him what he thought of Goal so far Its a great workplace with a friendly, great supportive team and full of opportunities. If youd like to join Tony check out our website for upcoming opportunities  https://www.goalis.com.au/jobs/

Meet Tony, he's been with Goal since March this year. We asked him what he thought of Goal so far "It's a great workplace with a friendly, great supportive team and full of opportunities". If you'd like to join Tony check out our website for upcoming opportunities www.goalis.com.au/jobs/ ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago
Today is R U OK DAY?  Ask your mob, your way, R U OK?

Today is R U OK DAY? Ask your mob, your way, R U OK? ... See MoreSee Less

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R U Ok day is tomorrow. If someone you know is doing it tough, they won’t always tell you. Sometimes it’s up to us to trust our gut instinct and ask someone who may be struggling with life “are you OK?”, in our own way. vimeo.com/577491150 ... See MoreSee Less

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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